Lexium 15 Catalog

Lexium 15 Catalog
Motion control
Lexium 15
Catalogue
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Lexium 15 offer
b Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 2
b Servo motor/servo drive combinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4
Lexium 15 servo drives
b Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 8
b Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 10
b Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 14
b Characteristics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 24
b References
v Servo drives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 28
v Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 29
b Options
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Communication buses and networks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 30
SERCOS card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 38
I/O extension card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 39
Braking resistors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 43
Additional EMC input filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 45
Line chokes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 46
Motor chokes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 47
b Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 48
b Schemes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 50
b Motor starters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 62
b Mounting and installation recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 64
TSX CAY and TSX CSY motion control modules
b Selection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 66
b TSX CAY motion control modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 71
b TSX CSY motion control modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 81
BDH servo motors
b Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 82
b Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 84
b References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 130
b Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 134
b Options
v Holding brake, sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 138
v GBX planetary gearboxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 143
b Sizing of servo motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 146
BSH servo motors
b Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 148
b Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 150
b References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 178
b Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 182
b Options
v Holding brake, sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 186
v GBX planetary gearboxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 190
b Sizing of servo motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 192
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Presentation
Presentation
The compact dimensions of the Lexium 15 servo drive combined with the wide range
of power ratings and power supplies available make it the ideal solution to meet the
application requirements of all kinds of machinery.
This range is designed to control the torque, speed and/or position of BSH and BDH
servo motors.
These motor-drive units are designed for high-performance applications requiring
highly precise and dynamic position monitoring algorithms.
Lexium 15 servo drives
Lexium 15 LP, 15 MP and 15 HP servo drives
Applications
The Lexium 15 range of servo drives is designed to meet the requirements of the
following types of application:
b Single axis:
The integrated position indexer in Lexium 15 servo drives makes it possible to control
the operation of a single axis.
b Master/slave:
Operation in electrical shaft mode synchronizes the movement of several axes.
There are numerous communication bus and network connection possibilities
available for both these types of application, including CANopen, Fipio, Modbus Plus
and Profibus DP, all enabling integration into a distributed automation architecture.
For multi-axis applications, you can also add:
b A Motion Controller axis card (r), which extends the operating capabilities of
Lexium 15 servo drives to include applications requiring complex synchronization of
several axes (cam profile, cut on-the-fly, etc.)
b A SERCOS option card, which, when connected to TSX CSY motion control
modules on a Premium PLC, means that Lexium 15 servo drives can meet the
performance requirements of complex applications.
Single axis application
Operating modes
Lexium 15 servo drives feature a large number of operating modes:
b Conventional adjustment modes:
v Homing
v Manual
b Position control operating modes:
v Point-to-point mode
v Motion tasks
v Electronic gearing
b Speed operating mode:
v Speed regulation
b Torque operating mode:
v Torque control
Configuration and setup
Unilink setup software is used to configure and adjust the parameters of Lexium 15
servo drives.
Multi-axis application
r Available: 1st quarter 2007
Functions:
pages 14, 82 and 148
Characteristics:
pages 24, 84 and 150
References:
pages 28, 130 and 178
Dimensions:
pages 48, 134 and 182
Schemes:
page 50
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BSH and BDH servo motors
BSH and BDH servo motors are synchronous three phase motors.
They feature an integrated sensor, which can be a Resolver (BDH servo motor only)
or a Hiperface® SinCos absolute encoder.
They can be supplied with or without a parking brake.
BSH 1001, BSH 1401 servo motors
Two ranges of motors are offered to meet specific application requirements:
b BSH servo motors satisfy the demands for dynamics and high-performance
b BDH servo motors satisfy the demands for compactness and adaptability
BSH servo motors: Dynamics and high-performance
Thanks to their new winding technology based on salient poles, BSH servo motors
are compact and offer a high power density.
The rotor's low inertia and the slight notching effect make it possible to meet
the demands of both precision and dynamics.
BDH 0701, BDH 1882 servo motors
The dynamics are enhanced by the fast sampling time of the Lexium 15 servo drive
control loops:
b 62.5 µs for the current loop
b 250 µs for the speed loop
b 250 µs for the position loop
BDH servo motors: Compactness and adaptability
The design of the windings based on salient poles has been optimized for BDH
servo motors to achieve one of the best torque/size ratios available on the market.
This compactness is available across 7 different flange sizes and, when combined
with various measuring systems, offers optimum adaptability when designing your
machines.
Lexium 15: A Telemecanique branded
servo motor offer
Functions:
pages 14, 82 and 148
Characteristics:
pages 24, 84 and 150
References:
pages 28, 130 and 178
Dimensions:
pages 48, 134 and 182
Schemes:
page 50
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Lexium 15 LP servo drives
LP servo drive/servo motor combinations
Lexium 15 LP servo drive/BDH or BSH servo motor combinations
Servo motors
Lexium 15 LP servo drives
BDH
BSH
Max.
(IP 54 or IP 67) (IP 40 or IP 65) speed
Supply voltage 200…240 V three-phase
Supply voltage 208…480 V three-phase
LXM 15LD28M3
LXM 15LU60N4
LXM 15LD10N4
LXM 15LD17N4
10 A
1.5 A
3A
6A
BDH 0401B
rpm
8000
LXM 15LD13M3 LXM 15LD21M3
Continuous output current (RMS)
3A
6A
0.18/0.61 Nm
BDH 0402C
8000
0.31/1.08 Nm
BDH 0403C
8000
0.41/1.46 Nm
BSH 0551P
6880
0.5/1.4 Nm
BSH 0551T
8000
0.5/1.4 Nm
BDH 0582C
8000
BDH 0582E
8000
0.84/2.34 Nm
0.87/2.42 Nm
BSH 0552M
6160
BSH 0552P
5920
0.9/2.7 Nm
BSH 0552T
8000
0.9/2.54 Nm
BDH 0583C
8000
BDH 0583D
8000
BDH 0583F
8000
BSH 0553M
4880
BSH 0553P
8000
0.5/1.4 Nm
0.9/2.25 Nm
0.9/2.26 Nm
1.13/3.2 Nm
1.16/3.58 Nm
1.16/3.58 Nm
1.18/3.52 Nm
1.3/3.5 Nm
1.3/4.2 Nm
1.3/3.87 Nm
8000
BDH 0584C
1.38/3.94 Nm
BSH 0701T
8000
1.4/3.19 Nm
BSH 0701P
4880
1.41/2.66 Nm
BDH 0584D
8000
1.41/4.4 Nm
BDH 0584F
8000
BDH 0701C
8000
BDH 0701E
8000
BDH 0702C
5120
BDH 0702D
7760
BDH 0702H
8000
BDH 0703C
3840
BDH 0703E
6480
BDH 0703H
6630
BDH 0841C
5280
BDH 0841E
6000
BDH 0841H
6000
1.4/3.19 Nm
1.4/2.91 Nm
1.41/2.66 Nm
1.41/4.4 Nm
1.42/4.46 Nm
1.15/3.34 Nm
1.2/3.24 Nm
2.00/5.74 Nm
2.04/6.51 Nm
2.04/6.51 Nm
2.1/5.36 Nm
2.71/7.83 Nm
2.79/8.55 Nm
2.79/8.55 Nm
2.88/7.35 Nm
1.95/5.12 Nm
2.02/5.33 Nm
2.02/5.13 Nm
2.06/4.78 Nm
BSH 0702M
4960
BSH 0702P
8000
2.12/5.63 Nm
BSH 0702T
8000
2.12/5.45 Nm
BSH 0703P
8000
2.83/9.28 Nm
BSH 0703T
8000
2.2/5.63 Nm
2.2/4.85 Nm
2.12/4.47 Nm
2.83/7.71 Nm
2.83/7.38 Nm
0.18/0.61 Nm
The 1st value corresponds to the continuous torque on stopping. The 2nd value corresponds to the peak torque on stopping.
Selection example:
The servo motor BDH 0401B
combined with servo drive LXM 15LD13M3 meets the requirements of applications needing a maximum of 0.18 Nm
continuous torque on stopping, 0.61 Nm peak torque on stopping and 8000 rpm mechanical speed.
Functions:
pages 14, 82 and 148
Characteristics:
pages 24, 84 and 150
References:
pages 28, 130 and 178
Dimensions:
pages 48, 134 and 182
Schemes:
page 50
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Lexium 15 LP servo drives
LP servo drive/servo motor combinations
Lexium 15 LP servo drive/BDH or BSH servo motor combinations (continued)
Servo motors
Lexium 15 LP servo drives
BDH
BSH
Max.
(IP 54 or IP 67) (IP 40 or IP 65) speed
rpm
3000
BDH 0842C
BSH 1001P
3780
BSH 1001T
6000
BDH 0842E
5640
BDH 0842G
6000
BDH 0842J
6000
BDH 0843E
4140
BDH 0843G
6000
BDH 0843K
6000
BSH 1002P
6000
BSH 1002T
5340
BDH 0844E
3480
BDH 0844G
6000
BDH 0844J
4980
BDH 1081E
4200
BDH 1081G
6000
BDH 1081K
6000
BSH 1003M
2640
BSH 1003P
3060
BDH 1082E
2580
BDH 1082G
3960
BDH 1082K
3660
BSH 1004M
Supply voltage 200…240 V three-phase
Supply voltage 208…480 V three-phase
LXM 15LD13M3 LXM 15LD21M3
Continuous output current (RMS)
3A
6A
LXM 15LD28M3
LXM 15LU60N4
LXM 15LD10N4
LXM 15LD17N4
10 A
1.5 A
3.35/9.37 Nm
3A
6A
3.39/7.08 Nm
3.39/6.19 Nm
3.39/8.5 Nm
3.42/9.72 Nm
3.42/9.41 Nm
3.53/9.56 Nm
3.53/8.66 Nm
3.56/7.56 Nm
4.7/11.7 Nm
4.8/13.2 Nm
4.8/11.68 Nm
4.9/9.02 Nm
5.8/14.79 Nm
5.8/12.13 Nm
5.5/11.59 Nm
5.76/14.1 Nm
5.88/16.1 Nm
5.88/13.97 Nm
6/12.18 Nm
4.7/10.71 Nm
4.75/10.82 Nm
4.75/10.82 Nm
4.9/9.22 Nm
7.76/15.19 Nm
8.34/18.08 Nm
8.43/19.51 Nm
8.43/19.51 Nm
8.6/16.9 Nm
2400
BDH 1083G
3000
BDH 1083K
2820
BDH 1084G
2460
BDH 1084K
2280
BDH 1382G
2880
BDH 1382K
2700
BDH 1383G
1920
BDH 1383K
2000
7.76/22.95 Nm
7.8/19.69 Nm
9.31/19.8 Nm
9.31/29.87 Nm
11.4/25.8 Nm
11.6/22.9 Nm
14.3/31.7 Nm
14.4/28.1 Nm
11.9/25.6 Nm
12.2/22.7 Nm
16.5/38.4 Nm
16.8/31 Nm
3.35/9.37 Nm
The 1st value corresponds to the continuous torque on stopping. The 2nd value corresponds to the peak torque on stopping.
Selection example:
The servo motor BDH 0842C
combined with servo drive LXM 15LU60N4 meets the requirements of applications needing a maximum of 3.35 Nm
continuous torque on stopping, 9.37 Nm peak torque on stopping and 3000 rpm mechanical speed.
Functions:
pages 14, 82 and 148
Characteristics:
pages 24, 84 and 150
References:
pages 28, 130 and 178
Dimensions:
pages 48, 134 and 182
Schemes:
page 50
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Lexium 15 MP servo drives
MP servo drive/servo motor combinations
Lexium 15 MP servo drive/BDH or BSH servo motor combinations
Servo motors
Lexium 15 MP servo drives
Supply voltage 208…480 V three-phase
BDH
(IP 54 or IP 67)
BSH
(IP 40 or IP 65)
BDH 0842J
BDH 0843K
BDH 0844J
BDH 1081K
BSH 1003P
BDH 1082K
BDH 1082M
BSH 1004M
BSH 1004P
BSH 1004T
BDH 1083K
BDH 1083M
BDH 1083P
BSH 1401M
BSH 1401P
BSH 1401T
BDH 1084K
BDH 1084L
BDH 1084N
BDH 1382K
BDH 1382M
BDH 1382P
BDH 1383K
BDH 1383M
BDH 1383N
BSH 1402M
BSH 1402P
BDH 1384K
BDH 1384L
BDH 1384P
BDH 1385K
BDH 1385M
BDH 1385N
BSH 1403M
BSH 1403P
BDH 1882K
BDH 1882M
BDH 1882P
BSH 1404M
BSH 2051M
BDH 1883M
BDH 1883P
BDH 1884L
BDH 1884P
Max.
speed
rpm
6000
6000
4980
6000
6000
3660
5160
2400
4800
4080
2820
4000
5700
2360
4000
3920
2280
3000
4260
2700
6000
5220
2000
5760
6000
2360
4000
3120
4260
6000
2820
3840
5160
2200
4000
2220
3060
4500
2040
2200
2280
3360
1740
5520
LXM 15MD28N4
LXM 15MD40N4
Continuous output current (RMS)
10 A
14 A
3.56/7.56 Nm
4.9/9.02 Nm
6/12.18 Nm
4.9/9.22 Nm
7.8/19.69 Nm
7.8/23.17 Nm
8.6/16.9 Nm
8.6/16.7 Nm
9.31/34.17 Nm
9.31/25.7 Nm
9.31/33.83 Nm
9.31/21.04 Nm
11.6/22.9 Nm
11.4/22.1 Nm
LXM 15MD56N4
20 A
11.4/22.2 Nm
11.1/26 Nm
11.1/23.33 Nm
11.1/23.33 Nm
11.1/23.33 Nm
14.4/28.1 Nm
14.1/27.28 Nm
14.1/25.5 Nm
12.2/22.7 Nm
12.2/22.8 Nm
12.3/23.2 Nm
16.8/31 Nm
17/31.4 Nm
17/34.8 Nm
19.5/47.5 Nm
19.5/39.33 Nm
19.5/47.5 Nm
20.8/41.2 Nm
21/41.9 Nm
20.4/40.2 Nm
24.8/46.8 Nm
25/47.6 Nm
24.3/50.2 Nm
27.8/71.67 Nm
27.8/57.32 Nm
29.7/59.4 Nm
30/59.8 Nm
33.4/82.32 Nm
36/68.33 Nm
42/80.7 Nm
29.4/58.4 Nm
33.4/95 Nm
36/68.33 Nm
41.6/79.4 Nm
53/108 Nm
52.5/106 Nm
3.56/7.75 Nm
The 1st value corresponds to the continuous torque on stopping. The 2nd value corresponds to the peak torque on stopping.
Selection example:
The servo motor BDH 0842J
combined with servo drive LXM 15MD28N4 meets the requirements of applications needing a maximum of 3.56 Nm
continuous torque on stopping, 7.56 Nm peak torque on stopping and 6000 rpm mechanical speed.
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Lexium 15 HP servo drives
HP servo drive/servo motor combinations
Lexium 15 HP servo drive/BSH servo motor combinations
Servo motors
Lexium 15 HP servo drives
Supply voltage 208…480 V three-phase
BSH
(IP 40 or IP 65)
BSH
BSH
BSH
BSH
BSH
BSH
2051M
2051P
2052M
2052P
2053M
2053P
Max. speed
rpm
2200
3500
2190
3000
2190
3000
LXM 15HC11N4X
Continuous output current (RMS)
40 A
36/68.33 Nm
36/82 Nm
65/200 Nm
65/118.54 Nm
90/227.18 Nm
LXM 15HC20N4X
70 A
65/200 Nm
65/193.45 Nm
90/300 Nm
90/202.96 Nm
36/68.33 Nm
The 1st value corresponds to the continuous torque on stopping. The 2nd value corresponds to the peak torque on stopping.
Selection example:
The servo motor BSH 2051M
combined with servo drive LXM 15HC11N4X meets the requirements of applications needing a maximum of 36 Nm
continuous torque on stopping, 68.33 Nm peak torque on stopping and 2200 rpm mechanical speed.
Functions:
pages 14, 82 and 148
Characteristics:
pages 24, 84 and 150
References:
pages 28, 130 and 178
Dimensions:
pages 48, 134 and 182
Schemes:
page 50
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Lexium 15 LP, 15 MP and 15 HP servo drives
An offer tailored to your needs
The Lexium 15 range of servo drives combined with BSH and BDH servo motors
constitutes an offer that is perfectly tailored to the requirements of your applications.
Lexium 15 LP, 15 MP and 15 HP servo drives
This offer covers a wide range of supply voltages and power ratings.
In order to keep costs down and ensure ease of adaptation to different applications,
the Lexium 15 range of servo drives comprises 3 models:
b Lexium 15 LP servo drives:
v 200…240 V single phase, 0.9 kW to 1.2 kW (LXM 15LDppM3)
v 200…240 V 3-phase, 1 kW to 3.4 kW (LXM 15LDppM3)
v 208…480 V 3-phase, 1.1 kW to 4.3 kW (LXM 15LpppN4)
b Lexium 15 MP servo drives:
v 208…480 V 3-phase, 5.7 kW to 11.4 kW (LXM 15MDppN4)
b Lexium 15 HP servo drives:
v 208…480 V 3-phase, 22.3 kW to 42.5 kW (LXM 15HCppN4X)
Lexium servo motors:
b BSH servo motors (see pages 178 to 181):
v Nominal torque: from 0.5 Nm to 90 Nm
v Nominal speed: from 1500 to 8000 rpm
b BDH servo motors (see pages 130 to 133):
v Nominal torque: from 0.18 Nm to 53 Nm
v Nominal speed: from 1000 to 8000 rpm
BSH 0701 servo motor
BSH 1401 servo motor
The Lexium 15 motion control offer also includes GBX planetary gearboxes. Easy to
mount and lubricated for life, these gearboxes are available in 12 reduction ratios,
ranging from 3:1 to 40:1. GBX gearboxes are economical and are designed for high
inertia applications.
Lexium 15 servo drives comply with EN 50178, IEC/EN 61439-1, IEC/EN 60204-1,
EN 292 and IEC/EN 61800-3 international standards, and carry UL (USA) and
cUL (Canada) approvals, and e marking.
BDH 0701 servo motor
BDH 1081 servo motor
A complete unit
The Lexium 15 motion control offer integrates functions and components that are
usually external. This enables users to maintain particularly compact dimensions and
makes it easier to integrate the servo drive in enclosures or machines.
Electromagnetic compatibility, EMC
The incorporation of class A EMC filters in Lexium 15 LP and Lexium 15 MP
servo drives makes it easier to install machines and render them compliant for e
marking, while being very economical.
Lexium 15 HP servo drives are designed without an EMC filter. Filters, available as
an option, can be installed by the customer to reduce the level of emissions, see
pages 44 and 45.
Safety
The Lexium 15 servo drive is incorporated in the safety system of installations. It
integrates the “Power Removal” safety function which prevents accidental starting of
the servo motor. This function complies with:
b Machinery standard EN 954-1 category 3 for Lexium 15 LP servo drives
b Machinery standard EN 954-1 category 1 for Lexium 15 MP and Lexium 15 HP
servo drives
The “Power Removal” safety function describes the wiring of your safety circuits. The
diagrams on pages 50 to 59 show wiring that complies with standard EN 954-1
categories 1, 2, 3 or 4.
Braking
Lexium 15 LP and Lexium 15 MP servo drives integrate a resistor as standard, which
does away with the need to use an external braking resistor in most applications.
Lexium 15 HP servo drives are designed without an integrated braking resistor.
Braking resistors are available as an option.
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Lexium 15 LP, 15 MP and 15 HP servo drives
Premium PLC
523441
Control and interfaces
Communication bus or network
Lexium
15
Lexium
15
Lexium
15
The Lexium 15 multifunction servo drive range can be controlled in a number of
ways:
b The programming of motion tasks in its integrated position indexer provides an
economical, dynamic solution (10 ms response time and +/- 1 ms “jitter”) for your
single axis applications
b A wide range of position feedback possibilities for Lexium 15 servo drives (A/B
incremental encoder; SSI, EnDat®, Hiperface®, etc, absolute encoders) provides,
with no additional option card, infinite openness for simple master/slave applications
or those which require the use of an external encoder.
In addition to the above possibilities for controlling the Lexium 15 servo drive, there
is a wide range of option cards. The additional I/O card and communication cards
enable you to get the best from your machine.
The Lexium 15 servo drive also integrates more conventional control functions such
as a pulse/direction input and two ± 10 V analog reference inputs in order to adapt
to all types of axis control cards.
BSH or BDH
servo motor
BSH or BDH
servo motor
BSH or BDH
servo motor
Example of an architecture
The SERCOS option card extends the control possibilities of the servo drive even
further, enabling it to meet the requirements of complex multi-axis applications.
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Simplicity
Integration
Its high level of integration, compact size and the ability to mount it side by side
enable the size of enclosures to be reduced.
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Setup
Using the SinCos Hiperface® encoder on BSH and BDH servo motors, the Lexium
15 servo drive automatically receives data from the servo motor. The parameters of
the motor do not need to be set manually.
The Unilink software graphic interface guides you through the configuration of each
of the parameters of your axes.
The ability to program motion tasks enables fast configuration of machines. Simply
enter the data of the various sequences of the application and set the parameters of
the movement sequencing.
Lexium 15 LP and 15 MP servo drives:
mounting the option card
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With its Oscilloscope and Bode Diagram functions, the Unilink software can be used
for accurate setting of the various servo drive filter parameters for optimum machine
control.
Options
The Lexium 15 servo drive can take one of the following option cards 1:
b Communication cards, see pages 30 to 37
b SERCOS card, see page 38
b I/O extension card, see page 39
1
External options can be used with the Lexium 15 servo drive:
b Braking resistors, see pages 40 to 43
b Additional EMC input filters, see pages 44 and 45
b Line chokes, see page 46
b Motor chokes, see page 47
Lexium 15 HP servo drive:
mounting the option card
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Motion control applications
The Lexium 15 servo drive integrates the CANopen protocol as standard.
It is also possible to connect to other communication buses and networks by
adding an option card:
b Fipio
b Modbus Plus
b Profibus DP
For applications requiring fast synchronization of axes, the Lexium 15 servo drive
can be connected to a SERCOS module using its option card.
This type of architecture provides a high-performance response to four types of
application:
b Applications with independent servo drives
b Applications with independent axes controlled by controller
b Applications with master/slave operation
b Applications with coordinated axes
Applications with independent servo drives
Bus/network
MT1
MT2
Start Motion Task 0 axis 1
Start Motion Task 0 axis 2
Start Motion Task 1 axis 1
Start Motion Task 3 axis 2
Axis 1
SP1
KP
KV
KT
KP
KV
KT
MTn
MT1
MT2
Axis 2
SP2
MTn
Servo drive in motion task mode
The “Motion Tasks” (MT) for each Lexium 15 servo drive are managed using simple
motion task activation/deactivation commands (start, stop, etc.) from the controller.
Note: Typical number of servo drives controlled: 16
Applications with independent axes controlled by controller
Axis 1
SP1
KV
KT
KP
KV
KT
Bus/network
MT1 motion parameters
(position, speed, acceleration)
KP
MT1 motion parameters
(new position, speed,
acceleration)
Axis 2
SP2
Servo drive in motion task mode
The controller synchronizes the “Motion Tasks” (MT) commands executed in each
Lexium 15 servo drive.
Note: Typical number of servo drives controlled: 4 to 8
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Motion control applications (continued)
Applications with master/slave operation
TSX CAY
Process
PLC
I/O
Parameters/
diagnostics
Path
Axis 1
KP
KT
KV
PLC
program
Motion control module
Servo drive in analog reference mode
Axis 2
KT
KV
Servo drive in analog reference mode
The Lexium 15 servo drive with analog reference is used with the TSX CAY 2p/33/4p
motion control module (with Premium platform).
The KP position loop is executed in the automation platform TSX CAY control module.
It is configured and adjusted using PL7 Junior/Pro or Unity Pro programming software.
The KV speed loop and KT torque loop of the Lexium 15 are configured and adjusted
using Unilink software.
The motion program, which defines the paths, is in the Premium platform application
program. The position and speed setpoints are calculated by the motion control
module.
Note: Typical number of servo drives controlled: 2 to 4
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Motion control applications (continued)
Applications with coordinated axes
TSX CSY
Process
PLC
I/O
Parameters/
diagnostics
Parameters/
diagnostics
Path
Axis 1
KP
KV
KT
PLC
program
SERCOS motion control
module
Servo drive in SERCOS position indexer mode
Parameters/
diagnostics
Parameters/
diagnostics
Axis 2
Path
KP
KV
KT
Servo drive in SERCOS position indexer mode
Parameters/
diagnostics
Parameters/
diagnostics
Axis 3
Path
KP
KV
KT
Servo drive in SERCOS position indexer mode
The Lexium 15 servo drive equipped with the AM0 SER 001V000 SERCOS option
card is used with the TSX CSY 84/85 and TSX CSY 164 motion control modules
(with Premium platform).
The KP position loop, KV speed loop and KT torque loop of the
Lexium 15 servo drive are configured and adjusted using Unilink software.
The motion program, which defines the paths, is in the Premium platform application
program. The position setpoints are calculated by the motion control module
(position mode).
The motion control module can also calculate the speed reference (speed mode) or
the current reference (torque mode). These two modes can be accessed with the
assistance of Schneider Electric application services.
Note: Typical number of servo drives controlled: 2 to 16
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Motion control applications (continued)
Debugging
Unilink, PL7 Junior/Pro and Unity Pro software provide simple solutions for
debugging motion control applications.
In the context of programming applications with independent servo drives, Unilink
software makes the programming of motion tasks and the configuration of your
network architecture easier.
It can be used to adjust the following communication bus and network parameters:
b The address of each of the master controller's slave servo drives
b The transmission speed
b The network monitoring parameters
This software also provides access to the debugging and diagnostics screens
specific to each communication bus and network.
On the PLC side, in addition to these services there are screens specific to the PL7
Junior/Pro and Unity Pro software for debugging and diagnostics of communication
buses and networks:
b Access to CanOpen Motion Function Blocks under Unity Pro
b Fipio, Modbus Plus and Profibus DP service screens under PL7 Junior/Pro or
Unity Pro.
In the context of programming applications with master/slave operation or
applications with coordinated axes, the Unilink software can be used to adjust the
control parameters of each of the axes.
On the PLC side, the position parameters are accessed via PL7 Junior/Pro or
Unity Pro software using the parameter screens of the TSX CAY and TSX CSY
motion control modules.
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Overview of the functions of Lexium 15 servo drives
Lexium 15 servo drives integrate numerous operating modes, enabling them to be
used in a wide range of industrial applications.
These functions include:
b Conventional adjustment modes:
v Homing
v Manual
b Operating modes:
v Position control:
- Point-to-point
- Motion tasks
- Electronic gearing
v Speed control:
- Speed control according to an acceleration ramp
- Instantaneous speed control
v Torque control:
- Torque control
Each of these operating modes is available offline and/or via the communication
buses and networks.
Offline
The servo drive parameters are defined using Unilink configuration software.
Movements are then controlled by:
b The position indexer integrated in the servo drive by programming motion tasks
b Analog signals (± 10 V) (14 resolution bits)
b RS 422/485 signals (pulse/direction or A/B signals)
In this mode, limit switches and homing switches are not managed by the
servo drive.
Via communication buses and networks
All the servo drive parameters and those associated with the operating modes can
be accessed via the communication buses and networks, in addition to access via
the Unilink configuration software.
The following table shows, for each of the operating modes, the type of control and
the available sources of setpoint values.
Operating
mode
Control
Via
Offline
communication
buses and
networks
Transmission of the setpoint
value
Adjustment modes
Homing
Communication buses and
networks or Unilink software
Communication buses and
networks, Unilink software,
encoder signals, pulse/direction or
A/B signals
Manual
Operating modes
Point-to-point
Communication buses and
networks
Communication buses and
networks or Unilink software
Encoder signals, pulse/direction or
A/B signals
Communication buses and
networks
Motion tasks
Electronic gearing
Speed control
according to an
acceleration ramp
Instantaneous speed
control
Torque control
Analog input or communication
buses and networks
Analog input or communication
buses and networks
Functions available
Functions not available
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Adjustment modes
Homing mode
Before performing a movement, a homing operation must be carried out.
Homing consists of associating an axis position with a known mechanical position.
This position then becomes the reference position for any subsequent movement of
the axis.
Homing is carried out by:
b Either searching for a reference sensor
b Or one servo motor revolution with a “Zero marker”
b Or immediately writing the actual position register (forced homing)
Homing with search for reference sensor
There are 5 possible types of homing with search for reference sensor:
b Homing on - limit switch, “NSTOP”
b Homing on + limit switch, “PSTOP”
b Homing on reference contact “REF” with initial movement in negative direction of
rotation
b Homing on reference contact “REF” with initial movement in positive direction of
rotation
b Homing on the mechanical limit of the axis
These homing movements can be performed with or without taking the “Zero marker”
pulse into account.
Limit
switch
NSTOP
Reference
contact
REF
Limit
switch
PSTOP
M
Negative
mechanical
limit
Positive
mechanical
limit
1
2
Application
ACCR
+ VREF
DECR
3
1
– VREF
Speed diagram
Example of a homing movement on “NSTOP” limit switch with “Zero marker”.
1 Start point of the homing movement
2 New homing point of the movement
3 Zero marker
ACCR: homing acceleration ramp
DECR: homing deceleration ramp
VREF: homing speed
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Adjustment modes
Homing mode (continued)
Homing on one servo motor revolution with a “Zero marker”
Homing on one revolution consists of setting the “Zero marker” point as the new
reference point.
90˚
2
0˚
1
90˚
180˚
3
0˚
180˚
270˚
270˚
1 Start point of the homing movement
2 Zero marker
3 New homing point of the movement
Forced homing
Three types of forced homing are possible:
b Simple forced homing: the current position of the servo motor is set as the new
reference point, and the following error is lost
b Forced homing without loss of following error: the actual position of the
servo motor is set as the new reference point, and the following error is retained
b Forced homing on SSI encoder: this is simple forced homing specific to SSI
encoders. When the application is started, the position is read in the encoder and set
as the new reference point.
M
M
M
1
2000 Inc
0
“2000”
3
2
“0”
0
2400 Inc
Operating mode with forced homing
After power-up, the position value is 0.
1 Start towards the home point: the motor is positioned using a relative movement
of 2000 increments.
2 Forced homing to value 0 by writing the actual position expressed in user units.
3 Initiation of a command to move 2400 increments to the absolute position. The
final position is 2400 increments (4400 increments if forced homing has not been
performed).
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Adjustment modes
Manual mode
This mode enables an axis to be moved manually when the speed and motion tasks
operating modes are selected. The movement is performed continuously at a
constant speed as long as this mode is activated. Various parameters such as
acceleration, movement speed and deceleration are used to configure manual
mode.
This adjustment mode can be configured via communication buses and networks or
via Unilink software.
Example
1
“MJOG” bit
0
t
Speed
VJOG
1
2
t
Adjustment of the machine in manual mode
1 The acceleration ramp can be configured via the “ACCR” parameter
2 The deceleration ramp can be configured via the “DECR” parameter
On a rising edge of the “MJOG” bit, a movement is made according to the
acceleration ramp “ACCR” up to manual movement speed “VJOG”.
On a falling edge of the “MJOG” bit, the movement speed decreases according to the
deceleration ramp “DECR”.
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Operating modes
Point-to-point mode
This mode, also referred to as PTP (Point To Point), is used to move the axis from a
position A to a position B. The movement can be:
b Absolute: this consists of expressing position B in relation to a home position.
The axis must have previously been referenced.
b Relative: in this case the movement is performed in relation to the current position
of the axis (A).
The movement is performed according to acceleration, deceleration and speed
parameters.
Setpoint value
The setpoint values are transmitted via the communication bus or network.
Software
limits
Target
position
Limitation
Speed
setpoint
Limitation
Movement
generator
Actual motor speed
Maximum
speed
Acceleration
Deceleration
Point-to-point operating mode
Possible applications
A motion controller for coordinated axes or a PLC can manage several axes
controlled via fieldbus. This mode is often used in material handling, automated
inspection, etc.
Motion tasks mode
This mode is used for programming the parameters required for making rapid
movements. It is used for absolute or relative axis movements, from a point A to a
point B in accordance with a predefined movement (in this mode, point A can be
entered on the fly). Then, from point B to another point C, in accordance with another
movement.
The movement is performed according to selected acceleration, deceleration and
speed parameters.
It is also possible to choose the type of sequencing for these two movements, as well
as the required profile (Trapeze or Sinus2).
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Motion tasks mode (continued)
Examples of motion tasks
The movement performed below is made up of 4 motion tasks:
b Motion task 1 is used to move from the home point O to point A in 100 ms following
a Sinus2 speed profile. The axis remains in position for 100 ms.
b Motion task 2 is used to move from the point A to point B in 200 ms following a
trapezoid speed profile. The axis remains in position for 50 ms.
b Motion task 3 is used to move from point B to point C in 200 ms following a
negative trapezoid speed profile. The movement is then linked directly to the next
task.
b Motion task 4 moves the axis from point C to home point O in 200 ms following a
Sinus2 speed profile which has a very high deceleration component (smooth
approach to home position O).
Position (mm)
3000
B
2500
2000
C
A
1500
1000
500
O
0
0
O
100
MT1
Speed (mm/s)
200
In
position
300
MT2
400 450 500
600 650 700
800 850 900
MT3
MT4
In
Time
(ms)
position
300
MT2
400 450 500
600 650 700
800 850 900
Time
In
MT3
MT4
(ms)
position
0,015
0,01
0,005
0
– 0,005
– 0,01
0
100
MT1
200
In
position
Example of a movement performed using 4 motion tasks
Electronic gearing mode
In this mode a master/slave relationship is established between a number of
Lexium 15 servo drives or between a Lexium 15 servo drive (slave) and an external
motion controller (master).
This mode can handle 5 types of control signal:
b External or simulated A/B encoder
b Pulse/direction signals
b EnDAT encoder
b Hiperface® encoder
b External or simulated SSI encoder
This relationship can be assigned a fixed or variable ratio. The ratio and direction of
operation parameters can be accessed statically via Unilink software, and
dynamically via the communication bus or network.
Position, speed and
current control
Pulse/direction
M
3a
Number of revolutions
––––––––––––––––
Number of lines
Electronic gearing operating mode
Possible applications
This mode is used in material handling, conveying or sectional production line
applications, as well as in the fields of plastics and fibers.
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Operating modes
Speed control according to acceleration ramp mode
In this operating mode, the speed setpoint is applied according to an
acceleration/deceleration ramp that can be adjusted using parameters. The speed
setpoint can be modified during the movement. Torque limiting is also possible.
Setpoint value
The setpoint value is transmitted via the communication bus or network.
Speed profile
Speed
setpoint
Actual motor
speed
Limitation
Max. speed
Acceleration
Deceleration
Speed control according to acceleration ramp operating mode
Instantaneous speed control
In this mode the Lexium 15 servo drive can be used with a motion controller with
analog output. It is suitable for all other high performance speed control
requirements.
Setpoint value
The setpoint value is transmitted via analog input 1 (AI1+/AI1-), the communication
bus or the network. Analog input 2 (AI2+/AI2-) can be used to limit the torque or
speed, or for precise adjustment of the setpoint.
Speed control
operating mode
Analog input
(± 10 V)
Scaling
Position, speed
and torque
control
Parameters
Analog input
(± 10 V)
M
3a
Scaling
Current
limiting
Activation of
limiting
Encoder emulation output
Scaling
RS 422 I/O Mode
Instantaneous speed control operating mode
Use with analog output motion controller
The axis position feedback can be provided to the motion controller by the Encoder
emulation output (X5) on the Lexium 15 servo drive.
Possible applications
b Material handling
b Cutting to length
b Winding and unwinding applications
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Operating modes
Torque control mode
This mode, which can be added onto the other modes, is used in machine phases
where torque control is crucial.
Setpoint value
The setpoint value is transmitted via analog input 1 (AI1+/AI1-), the communication
bus or network. Analog input 2 (AI2+/AI2-) can be used to limit the current.
The position of the servo motor is transmitted to the motion controller by the encoder
emulation output (X5) on the Lexium 15 servo drive.
Torque control
operating mode
Analog input
(± 10 V)
Position, speed
and torque
control
Scaling
Parameters
Analog input
(± 10 V)
M
3a
Scaling
Speed
limiting
Activation of
limiting
Encoder emulation output
Scaling
RS 422 I/O Mode
Torque control operating mode
Possible applications
b Car assembly applications (tool fixing machine)
b Special machines
Other functions
It is possible to activate other functions for setting operating parameters via logic I/O,
the communication bus or network, or Unilink software.
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
Automatic start
Programming of emergency stop sequences (categories 0, 1 or 2)
Position register for controlling logic outputs
Switching commands on the fly
Starting motion tasks
Signaling the end of movement by logic inputs
Starting a series of ASCII commands on a logic input edge
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Lexium 15 motion control
Presentation,
functions
1
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Unilink software
Presentation
Unilink software for PC is a tool for configuring Lexium 15 servo drive operating
parameters.
Its simple, easy-to-follow graphic interface helps to reduce setup costs.
Example of parameter setting with Unilink software
It incorporates various functions for the setup phases, such as:
b Parameter setting
b Advanced adjustment of the various control loops
b Programming motion tasks
b Supervision
This software is available in two versions, for configuring Lexium 15 LP servo drives
(Unilink L) and Lexium 15 MP/15 HP servo drives (Unilink MH). It is supplied with the
servo drive as standard.
Functions
Example of adjusting the speed loop with Unilink software
Parameter setting
Unilink software can be used to configure:
b The servo drive parameters such as the supply voltage, the breaking resistance,
the ID, the address of the drive on the network, etc
b BDH and BSH servo motors:
v Automatically, using the motor parameters stored in the memory of the SinCos
Hiperface® absolute encoder
v Simply, using the Unilink software's motor database, which contains the
parameters of all the servo motors sold by Schneider Electric
b The parameters of third party servo motors by simply entering motor parameters
such as the type of position sensor, the maximum speed, the minimum and maximum
motor currents, etc
b Operation in simple master/slave mode by setting the parameters of the
incremental (A/B) or SSI absolute encoder emulation output, the encoder input and
pulse/direction input
b The functions associated with the logic and analog I/O, such as capture of position
registers, control of motion tasks or speed, torque and coupling ratio adjustment in
the context of electronic gearing type applications.
Sophisticated adjustment of the various control loops
Unilink software can be used to access the following control loop parameters:
b Torque control. The motor database that can be accessed via Unilink software is
used to automatically configure the KT gain of the current loop for optimum regulation
of the motor torque.
b Speed control. Provides access to the KV gain parameters of the speed loop, as
well as to the parameters of the internal PID controller. Other service parameters
such as maximum speed, overspeed threshold, acceleration and deceleration ramps
and the emergency stop deceleration time can also be accessed.
b Position control. In integrated position indexer operating mode, the software can
be used to optimize the adjustment of the KP gain of the position loop.
With its Oscilloscope and Bode Diagram functions, Unilink software simplifies the
optimization of these control loops.
Oscilloscope function
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Lexium 15 servo drives
Unilink software
Functions (continued)
Programming of motion tasks
For each motion task, Unilink software can be used to set the parameters for the type
of speed profile, the position to be reached and the setpoint speed.
These motion tasks can be absolute, relative in relation to a known position or
relative in relation to a position register.
The sequencing of the motion tasks can be direct, delayed or triggered by a logic
input.
Example of programming a motion task
Supervision
When the axis is set up, the Unilink software Monitor can be used to supervise the
speed, temperature, current, voltage, position and following error parameters that
allow the user to check that the application is operating correctly.
Setup and connection
Preparation of the configurations
Unilink software can be used on its own for configuring the Lexium 15 servo drive.
The configurations can be saved, printed, etc.
Unilink
software
Online mode
In online mode, it is possible, using the RS232 link, to load the parameters of the
Lexium 15 servo drive in the PC and vice versa.
It is also possible to supervise the correct operation of the Lexium 15 servo drive and
the communication buses and networks in offline mode.
LEX 15
Lexium 15
PC/Lexium 15 servo drive connection
PowerSuite
For easier setup of applications requiring other types of servo drives (Lexium 05) or
variable speed drives (Altivar), Unilink can be launched via the PowerSuite software
workshop (1).
(1) This function is available from version 2.40 r of PowerSuite.
r Available 4th quarter 2006
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Lexium 15 servo drives
Environmental characteristics
Conformity to standards
Lexium 15 servo drives have been developed to conform to the strictest levels of
international standards and the recommendations relating to electrical industrial
control equipment (IEC, EN), including:
b EN 50178, IEC/EN 61439-1, IEC/EN 60204-1 for low voltages
b IEC/EN 60204-1, EN 292 for machine safety
b IEC/EN 61800-3 for EMC immunity and conducted and radiated emissions
IEC/EN 61800-3, environment 2
IEC/EN 61000-6-1 level 3
IEC/EN 61000-6-2 level 3
EN 61800-3, environments 1 and 2, categories C2 and C3
EN 55011 class A group 1, IEC/EN 61800-3 category C2 for cable lengths < 10 m
EN 55011 class A group 2, IEC/EN 61800-3 category C3 for cable lengths 10…50 m
IEC/EN 61800-3 category C3
EMC immunity
EMC conducted and
radiated emissions LXM 15Lppppp
LXM 15MDppN4
LXM 15HCppN4X
Product certification
With additional EMC filter (1):
b EN 55011 class A group 1, IEC/EN 61800-3 category C3
The servo drives are e marked in accordance with the European low voltage
(73/23/EEC) and EMC (89/336/EEC) directives
UL (USA), cUL (Canada)
Degree of protection
IP 20
Vibration resistance
According to IEC/EN 60068-2-6:
1.5 mm peak to peak from 10…57 Hz
1 gn from 57…150 Hz
4 gn for 22 ms according to IEC/EN 60028-2-27
Degree 2 according to IEC 60664-1
e marking
Shock resistance
Maximum ambient pollution
LXM 15Lppppp
LXM 15MDppN4
LXM 15HCppN4X
Degree 2 according to EN 60204 and EN 50178
Environmental conditions
IEC 60721-3-3 class 3C1
Relative humidity
According to IEC 60721-3-3, class 3K3, 5…85%, without condensation
Ambient air
temperature
around the
device
Operation
LXM 15Lppppp
°C
LXM 15MDppN4
LXM 15HCppN4X
°C
Storage
Type of cooling
°C
LXM 15LD13M3
LXM 15LU60N4
LXM 15LD21M3, LD28M3
LXM 15LD10N4, LD17N4
LXM 15MDppN4
LXM 15HCppN4X
Maximum operating altitude
Natural convection
Fan
m
Operating position
Maximum permanent angle in relation to the
normal vertical mounting position
0…40 without derating
40…55 with derating of the motor output current by 2.5% per additional °C
0…45 without derating
45…55 with derating of the motor output current by 2.5% per additional °C
- 25…+ 70
0…1000 without derating
1000…2500 with derating of the motor output current by 1.5% per additional 100 m
10˚ 10˚
(1) See page 45 to check the permitted cable lengths.
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Lexium 15 servo drives
Drive characteristics
Switching frequency
kHz
8
Torque
µs
62.5
Speed
µs
250
Position
µs
250
Voltages
V
Frequency
Inrush current
Neutral connection
Hz
A
Input voltage
V
Input current (no-load)
A
200 - 15%…240 + 10% single phase for LXM 15LDppM3
200 - 15%…240 + 10% 3-phase for LXM 15LDppM3
208 - 10%…480 + 10% 3-phase for LXM 15ppppN4, LXM 15HCppN4X
50 - 5%…60 + 5%
Internal limitation
Compatible with TN and TT connection. For IT connection, an isolation transformer
must be used on the power supply, see page 61
24…28
20…30 for LXM 15D13M3, LXM 15LU60N4 used with a servo motor without brake
2.5
1 for LXM 15D13M3, LXM 15LU60N4 used with a servo motor without brake
y 5%
Control loop characteristics
Electrical power characteristics
Power supply
24 Vc external
power supply (1)
Ripple
Output voltage
Maximum 3-phase voltage equal to line supply voltage
Electrical isolation
Between power and control (inputs, outputs, sources)
Connection characteristics (power supply, braking resistor, DC bus and motor terminals)
Servo drive terminals
Maximum wire size
and tightening torque of
power supply, braking
resistor, DC bus and motor
terminals
R/L1, S/L2, T/L3
(power supply)
PA/+, PC/-, PBi, PBe
(external braking resistor
and DC bus)
U/T1, V/T2, W/T3
(motor)
LXM 15Lppppp
1.5 mm2 (AWG 14)
0.6 Nm
1.5 mm2 (AWG 14)
0.6 Nm
LXM 15MD28N4
1.5 mm2 (AWG 14)
0.5…0.6 Nm
1.5 mm2 (AWG 14)
0.5…0.6 Nm
See characteristics of
VW3 M5 10p Rppp cables,
pages 129 and 176
See characteristics of
VW3 M5 20p Rppp cables,
pages 129 and 177
LXM 15MD40N4, MD56N4
4.0 mm2 (AWG 12)
0.5…0.6 Nm
4.0 mm2 (AWG 12)
0.5…0.6 Nm
LXM 15HCppN4X
25 mm2 (AWG 2)
6…8 Nm
25 mm2 (AWG 2)
6…8 Nm
See characteristics of
VW3 M5 10p Rppp,
VW3 M5 30p Rppp cables,
pages 176 and 177
(1) Please consult our “Interfaces, I/O splitter boxes and power supplies” specialist catalogue.
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Characteristics
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Lexium 15 servo drives
Control signal characteristics
Type of servo drive
Protection
LXM 15Lppppp
Inputs
Outputs
LXM 15MDppN4,
LXM 15HCppN4X
Against reverse polarity
Against short-circuits
Presence of an electrical link on the 0 V c
Electrical link
Relay outputs
Type
Number
Maximum switching capacity
Maximum response time
ms
Relay output, 1 N/O contact
1 (R1A, R1C)
On resistive load (cos ϕ = 1): 0.5 A for 125 V a or 30 V c
4
Logic inputs
Type
Number
Power supply
Sampling period
Positive logic (Sink)
V
ms
Logic inputs conforming to standard IEC 61131-2 type 1
5 including one ENABLE input (LI1, LI2, LI3, LI4)
20…30 c
0.25
1 in normal cycle, 0.05 in fast cycle
State 0 if < 5 V or input not wired
State 0 if < 7 V or input not wired
State 1 if > 11 V
State 1 if > 12 V
V
ms
Inputs for the "Power Removal" safety function
1 (PWR)
2 (PWRI+, PWRI-)
24 c
1.5
20
State 0 if < 5 V or input not wired
State 0 if < 7 V or input not wired
State 1 if > 15 V
State 1 if > 12 V
Safety inputs
Type
Number
Power supply
Response time
Positive logic (Sink)
Logic outputs
V
ms
mA
Logic outputs 24 V c
positive logic (Source)
2 (LO1, LO2)
30 max.
0.25
10
kΩ
ms
±10 V differential analog inputs
2 (AI1+/AI1-, AI2+/AI2-)
14 bits (AI1+/AI1-)
12 bits (AI2+/AI2-)
20
0.0625
0.25
bit
kΩ
ms
–
0
–
–
–
±10 V analog outputs
2 (Analog Out 1, Analog Out 2)
10
2.2
5
Type
Number
Output voltage
Sampling period
Max. breaking current
Logic outputs 24 V c
negative logic (Sink)
1
Analog inputs
Type
Number
Resolution
Input resistance
Sampling period
Analog outputs
Type
Number
Resolution
Output impedance
Response time
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Lexium 15 servo drives
Control signal characteristics (continued)
Type of servo drive
LXM 15Lppppp
LXM 15MDppN4,
LXM 15HCppN4X
Resolver feedback
Voltages
Type
Number
Sensor power supply
Resolver input signals
Resolution
kΩ
Input resistance
Resolver feedback input
1; 9-way female SUB-D connector (X2)
4.75 V a, 35 mA max.
7 V ± 10%
14 bits
24.5
Motor encoder feedback signals
Type
Number
Voltages
Encoder feedback input
1; 15-way female SUB-D connector (X1)
+ 10 V/100 mA
1 VSS with 2.5 V offset
0.5 VSS at 100 kHz
Encoder power supply
SinCos input signals
Pulse/direction, A/B encoder signals
Type
Number
Common mode range
Input frequency
Pulse/direction
A/B signals
V
kHz
MHz
RS 422 and RS 485 link compatible input
1; 9-way male SUB-D connector (X5)
- 7…+ 12
y 100
y 1.5
MHz
RS 422/485 link compatible output
1; 9-way male SUB-D connector (X5)
0 V or 5 V
y 1.5
Output signals for encoder emulation
Type
Number
Logic level
Output frequency
Connection characteristics of the control signal terminals
Servo drive terminals
Maximum wire size and
tightening torque
+24 VDC, 0 VDC
(power supply)
LXM 15Lppppp
LXM 15MDppN4
LXM 15HCppN4X
R1p, LIp, Enable, LOp, PWRp, AIp and
Analog Outp
(I/O)
0.5 mm 2 (AWG 20)
- ; spring terminal
0.5 mm 2 (AWG 20)
0.5…0.6 Nm
0.5 mm 2 (AWG 20)
0.3 Nm
2.5 mm 2 (AWG 14)
- ; spring terminal
2.5 mm 2 (AWG 14)
0.5…0.6 Nm
2.5 mm 2 (AWG 14)
0.3 Nm
Operational safety characteristics
Machine protection
LXM 15Lppppp
LXM 15MDppN4,
LXM 15HCppN4X
“Power Removal” (PWR) safety function, which forces stopping and/or prevents
unintended restarting of the motor, conforming to EN 954-1 category 3
“Power Removal” (PWR) safety function, which forces stopping and/or prevents
unintended restarting of the motor, conforming to EN 954-1 category 1
Characteristics of the communication port
CANopen protocol
Structure
Connector
Network management
Transmission speed
Address (Node ID)
Polarization
9-way male SUB-D
Slave
125 kbps to 1 Mbps
1 to 127, configurable via the terminal or the Unilink software
Impedance line terminators are integrated in the servo drive and are switchable
Services
PDO
Implicit exchange of PDO (Process Data Objects):
- 3 PDO (position control and speed profile modes)
- 1 configurable mapping PDO
Yes
Position control and speed profile modes
Node guarding, heartbeat
Emergency
Profile
Communication monitoring
Description file
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
EDS files supplied on the documentation CD-ROM
These files contain the description of the servo drive parameters
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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105808
Lexium 15 LP, 15 MP and 15 HP servo drives
Lexium 15 LP servo drives
Output currents (1)
Permanent Transient
(RMS)
(RMS
for 2 s)
A
A
Transient
(peak current)
Nominal
power
(1)
Line currents
at U1 (2)
at U2 (2)
Apparent
power
A
kW
A
kVA
A
Reference
Weight
kg
Single phase supply voltage: 200…240 Va (2) 50/60 Hz, with integrated EMC filter
LXM 15LD13M3
3
9
13
0.9
7.7
7.6
1.1
LXM 15LD13M3
2.600
4
9
13
1.2
10.1
9.9
2.4
LXM 15LD21M3
2.600
4
9
13
1.2
10.4
10.1
4
LXM 15LD28M3
2.600
105810
Three phase supply voltage: 200…240 Va (2) 50/60 Hz, with integrated EMC filter
3
9
13
1
4.7
4.6
1.1
LXM 15LD13M3
2.600
6
15
21
2.1
8.8
8.6
2.4
LXM 15LD21M3
2.600
10
20
28
3.4
14
13.7
4
LXM 15LD28M3
2.600
Three phase supply voltage: 208…480 Va (2) 50/60 Hz, with integrated EMC filter
LXM 15MD28N4
1.5
4.5
6
1.1
2.8
2.5
1.2
LXM 15LU60N4
2.700
3
7.5
10
2.1
3.9
4.5
2.5
LXM 15LD10N4
2.700
6
12
17
4.3
6.9
8.2
5
LXM 15LD17N4
2.700
Nominal
power
(1)
Line currents
at U1 (2)
at U2 (2)
Apparent
power
Reference
Transient
(peak current)
A
kW
A
kVA
105812
Lexium 15 MP servo drives
Output currents (1)
Permanent Transient
(RMS)
(RMS
for 2 s)
A
A
A
Weight
kg
Three phase supply voltage: 208…480 Va (2) 50/60 Hz, with integrated EMC filter
LXM 15MD56N4
10
20
28
5.7
9.7
12.6
7
LXM 15MD28N4
4.000
14
28
40
7.9
15.4
17.7
10
LXM 15MD40N4
5.000
20
40
56
11.4
19.9
24.5
14
LXM 15MD56N4
7.500
Nominal
power
(1)
Line currents (3)
at U1 (2)
at U2 (2)
Apparent
power
Reference
Transient
(peak current)
A
kW
A
kVA
Lexium 15 HP servo drives
105813
Output currents (1)
Permanent Transient
(RMS)
(RMS
for 2 s)
A
A
A
Weight
kg
Three phase supply voltage: 208…480 Va (2) 50/60 Hz, without integrated EMC filter (4) (5)
40
80
112
22.3
35
36.6
30
LXM 15HC11N4X
19.500
70
140
198
42.5
60.6
60.9
50
LXM 15HC20N4X
21.000
LXM 15HC20N4X
(1) These values are given for a nominal switching frequency of 8 kHz.
(2) Nominal supply voltage, min. U1, max. U2: 200 (U1)…240 V (U2) or 208 (U1)…480 V (U2).
(3) The line currents are given for a connection with line choke. For a connection without line choke, see page 46.
(4) EMC filters available as an option (see page 45).
(5) When the line supply has a TT or TN load system, a line choke MUST be used (see page 46). For an IT system, see page 61.
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Lexium 15 LP, 15 MP and 15 HP servo drives
Option: Accessories
Accessories
Designation
Backup key
One key needed
per servo drive
Use
Reference
Memory backup device
Saves the servo drive working parameters
Fast servo drive parameter setting without a PC
VW3 M8 701
Weight
kg
–
Connection accessories
Connectors
Designation
535373
Sets of replacement
connectors
1
Use
Reference
Female screw connectors for terminals X0,
X4, X8 and X9 for LXM 15LDppM3
Female screw connectors for terminals X0,
X4, X8 and X9 for LXM 15LpppN4
Female screw connectors for terminals X3,
X7, X8, X0A and X0B for LXM 15MDppN4
Female screw connectors for terminals X3,
X10 for LXM 15HCppN4X
X3,
VW3 M4 501
Weight
kg
–
X3,
VW3 M4 502
–
X4,
VW3 M4 503
–
X4 and
VW3 M4 504
–
Cables
Lexium 15
Lexium 15
Designation
535374
Connection via extension
cables
2
Use
From
Length
Item no.
Reference
m
0.5
2
6
3
1
1
1
2
VW3 M8
VW3 M8
VW3 M8
VW3 M8
Weight
To
Extension cables
Lexium 15
equipped with two 9-way female
SUB-D connectors
Lexium 15
Connection cable
PC serial port
for PC serial port
equipped with two 9-way female
SUB-D connectors
Lexium 15
501 R05
501 R20
501 R60
601 R30
kg
–
–
–
–
Documentation
Designation
Unilink
software
LEX 15
Reference
PC/Lexium 15 servo drive
connection
Simplified installation manual and documentation CD-ROM
–
supplied with the Lexium 15 servo drive
Note: The manuals and quick reference guides for servo drives and servo motors are available on the website:
www.telemecanique.com
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
Lexium 15
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Weight
kg
–
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Communication buses and networks
Presentation
The Lexium 15 servo drive integrates the CANopen communication protocol as
standard (1).
By adding one of the communication cards (available as options), the Lexium 15
servo drive can also be connected to the following communication buses and
networks:
b Fipio bus
b Profibus DP fieldbus
b Modbus Plus network
CANopen machine bus
Premium (2)
CANopen bus
Osicoder
encoder
Osicoder
encoder
ATV 71
Lexium 15
Lexium 15
Quickfit TeSys
The CANopen machine bus is a fieldbus based on CAN lower layers and
components. It complies with standard ISO 11898. With its standard communication
profiles, the CANopen bus provides openness and interoperability with various
devices (drives, motor starters, smart sensors, etc).
The CANopen bus is a multi-master bus, which provides secure, deterministic
access to realtime automation device data. The CSMA/CA type protocol is based on
broadcast exchanges, transmitted cyclically or on event, which ensure optimum use
of the bandwidth. A messaging channel is also used to set the parameters of the
slave devices.
The Lexium 15 servo drive is equipped with a CANopen bus compatible interface as
standard.
The AM0 2CA 001V000 adaptor provides a hardware interface which complies
strictly with the CANopen standard. This adaptor (occupying the slot for the option
card) also has a 9-way male SUB-D connector for connecting a PC terminal.
(1) See characteristics page 27.
(2) Please consult our “Automation platform Modicon Premium and Unity - PL7 software”
specialist catalogue.
Characteristics:
page 27
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Connections,
references
1
1
Communication buses and networks
CANopen machine bus connection components (1)
535609
TSX Micro/Premium
+ TSX CPP 110
Description
Item
no.
Length
m
Reference
Weight
kg
1
0.5
TSX CPP 110
2
–
–
3
–
AM0 2CA 001V000
0.110
CANopen cables (1)
Standard cables, CE marking
Low smoke emission, halogen-free
Flame retardant
(IEC 60332-1)
4
50
TSX CAN CA 50
4.930
100
TSX CAN CA 100
8.800
300
TSX CAN CA 300
24.560
CANopen cables (1)
UL certification, CE marking
Flame retardant
(IEC 60332-2)
4
50
TSX CAN CB 50
3.580
100
TSX CAN CB 100
7.840
300
TSX CAN CB 300
21.870
50
TSX CAN CD 50
3.510
100
TSX CAN CD 100
7.770
300
TSX CAN CD 300
21.700
0.3
TSX CAN CADD 03
0.091
1
TSX CAN CADD 1
0.143
3
TSX CAN CADD 3
0.295
5
TSX CAN CADD 5
0.440
0.3
TSX CAN CBDD 03
0.086
1
TSX CAN CBDD 1
0.131
3
TSX CAN CBDD 3
0.268
5
TSX CAN CBDD 5
0.400
Connection accessories
1
CANopen PCMCIA card
Type III, supplied with cable and junction
box with 9-way male SUB-D connector
9-way female SUB-D connector
not supplied. Provide a 120 Ω - 1/4 W
line terminator
CANopen bus adaptor for Lexium 15
Hardware interface conforming to the
CANopen standard + one 9-way male
SUB-D connector for connecting PC
Includes line terminator
4
2
2
Lexium 15
Lexium 15
Cables
535610
TSX Micro/Premium
+ TSX CPP 110
5
3
3
Lexium 15
3
Lexium 15
105100
Example of connection to CANopen bus via adaptor
AM0 2CA 001V000 3
AM0 2CA 001V000
–
Lexium 15
Example of connection to CANopen bus
1
0.230
Lexium 15
CANopen cables (1)
Cable for harsh environments (2) or
mobile installations, CE marking
Low smoke emission, halogen-free
Flame retardant
(IEC 60332-1)
4
CANopen cables
equipped with two 9-way female SUB-D
connectors
Standard cable, CE marking
Low smoke emission, halogen-free
Flame retardant
(IEC 60332-1)
5
CANopen cables
equipped with two 9-way female SUB-D
connectors
UL certification, CE marking
Flame retardant
(IEC 60332-2)
5
(1) To order other components for connection to the CANopen bus, please consult our
“Automation platform Modicon Premium and Unity - PL7 software”, “Automation platform
Modicon TSX Micro and PL7 software” and “Machines & installations with CANopen”
specialist catalogues.
(2) Harsh environment:
- Resistance to hydrocarbons, industrial oils, detergents, solder splashes
- Relative humidity up to 100%
- Saline atmosphere
- Significant temperature variations
- Operating temperature between - 10°C and + 70°C
Characteristics:
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1
Communication buses and networks
Fipio bus
Presentation
Premium (bus manager)
Lexium 15
Lexium 15
Magelis iPC
Magelis XBT
STB I/O
Fipio bus
AS-Interface
gateway
Micro (Agent)
AS-Interface
Sealed
TBX
Premium (Agent)
ATV 71
The Fipio fieldbus is a standard means of communication between control system
components, and conforms to the World FIP standard.
A Premium PLC (bus manager) can control 127 devices (agents) over a distance of
15 km.
The Fipio bus manager is integrated in the PLC processor.
The Lexium 15 servo drive is connected to the Fipio bus via the AM0 FIP 001V000
communication card.
Other devices can be connected to the Fipio bus such as TSX Micro (1) and
Premium (2) PLCs, Magelis XBT terminals (3), Magelis iPC industrial PCs (3),
Altivar variable speed drives (4) and partner products in the Collaborative
Automation program.
Characteristics of the AM0 FIP 001V000 Fipio card
Structure
Services
Diagnostics
Connector
One 9-way male SUB-D connector
Transmission speed
1 Mbps
Address
1 to 62, configurable via the terminal or the Unilink software
X-Way and Uni-Te services
Read/write access to all Lexium 15 servo drive parameters:
b Operating mode and fault management status data
b Operating mode data
b “Motion Task” movement data (realtime modification of the acceleration, position and speed)
b External position, speed and torque setpoints
b Path status data
b Uploading and downloading of servo drive parameters (128 bytes of data maximum)
Setup service via Unity Pro or
PL7 Junior/Pro software
v Integrated setup screens (presymbolization of objects, handling of double length words,
debugging and diagnostics screens)
v “FDR” (Faulty Device Replacement) service. Restoring the operating context if a drive is
replaced.
Using LEDs
2 LEDs on the card: “ERR” (fault), “COM” (data exchange)
(1) Please consult our “Automation platform Modicon TSX Micro and PL7 software” specialist
catalogue.
(2) Please consult our “Automation platform Modicon Premium and Unity - PL7 software”
specialist catalogue.
(3) Please consult our “Human-Machine interfaces” specialist catalogue.
(4) Please consult our “Soft starters and variable speed drives” specialist catalogue.
Note: See also our “Distributed I/O Advantys STB” and “Momentum automation platform”
specialist catalogues.
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1
Communication buses and networks
Fipio bus connection components with Premium PLC (1)
535571
Premium
Description
Use
Item no.
Reference
Weight
kg
For Lexium 15, all ratings
1
AM0 FIP 001V000
0.140
TSX FP ACC2
0.080
TSX FP ACC12
0.040
TSX FP ACC3
0.090
Card
Fipio card
2
5
3
4
Connection accessories
5
5
3
4
3
D
C
D
6
1
6
2
1 2
Lexium 15 Lexium 15 Lexium 15
D: tap junction connection
C: daisy chain connection
Example of connection to the
Fipio bus
108763
9-way female
SUB-D connector
(zamak)
1
9-way female
SUB-D connector
(polycarbonate, IP 20)
Junction box
(polycarbonate, IP 20)
Equipped with two 9-way
female SUB-D
connectors
Junction box
(zamak, IP 65)
Equipped with one 9-way
female SUB-D
connector
Junction box
(polycarbonate, IP 20)
Fipio line terminators
(sold in lots of 2)
Connection by daisy chain or tap junction,
2
for Premium PLC
Connection of a number of Lexium 15 by
daisy chain
Connection by daisy-chain or tap junction,
2
for Premium PLC
Connection of a number of Lexium 15 by daisy
chain
Trunk cable tap link
3
Also used to connect 2 devices via 9-way
female SUB-D connectors
Trunk cable tap link
Also used to connect 1 device via a 9-way
female SUB-D connector
3
TSX FP ACC4
0.660
Trunk cable tap link
3
TSX FP ACC14
0.120
Fit at the end of each segment
4
TSX FP ACC7
0.020
Use
From
Connectors
TSX FP ACC2/
ACC12
Junction boxes
TSX FP ACC3/
ACC4/ACC14
To
Connectors
TSX FP ACC2/
ACC12
Junction boxes
TSX FP ACC3/
ACC4/ACC14
Item
no.
5
Trunk cables
9.5 mm, 1 shielded twisted
pair 150 Ω
In harsh environments (3),
outdoors, or in mobile
installations (4)
Connectors
TSX FP ACC2/
ACC12
Junction boxes
TSX FP ACC3/
ACC4/ACC14
Connectors
TSX FP ACC2/
ACC12
Junction boxes
TSX FP ACC3/
ACC4/ACC14
5
Drop cables
8 mm, 2 shielded twisted
pairs 150 Ω
In standard environment
(2) and indoors
Connectors
TSX FP ACC2/
ACC12
Junction boxes
TSX FP ACC3/
ACC4/ACC14
6
Cables
Description
Trunk cables
8 mm, 1 shielded twisted
pair 150 Ω
In standard environment
(2) and indoors
523711
AM0 FIP 001V000
TSX FP ACC3
Length
m
100
Reference
TSX FP CA100
Weight
kg
5.680
200
TSX FP CA200
10.920
500
TSX FP CA500
30.000
100
TSX FP CR100
7.680
200
TSX FP CR200
14.920
500
TSX FP CR500
40.000
100
TSX FP CC100
5.680
200
TSX FP CC200
10.920
500
TSX FP CC500
30.000
(1) To order other components for connection to the Fipio bus, please consult our “Automation platform Modicon Premium and
Unity - PL7 software” and “Automation platform Modicon TSX Micro and PL7 software” specialist catalogues.
(2) Standard environment:
- No particular environmental restrictions
- Operating temperature between + 5°C and + 60°C
- Fixed installation
(3) Harsh environment:
- Resistance to hydrocarbons, industrial oils, detergents, solder splashes
- Relative humidity up to 100%
- Saline atmosphere
- Significant temperature variations
- Operating temperature between - 10°C and + 70°C
(4) Mobile installation: cables in accordance with VDE 472 part 603/H:
- Use on a cable-carrier mechanism (cable with minimum 75mm radius of curvature)
- Use on a gantry, provided that operating conditions such as acceleration, speed, length, etc. are adhered to:
Please consult your Regional Sales Office.
- Use on robots or multi-axis applications not authorized
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Communication buses and networks
Modbus Plus network
Presentation
Quantum
Magelis XBT
Premium
Modbus Plus network
ATV 71
Lexium 15
Lexium 15
The Modbus Plus network is a high-performance industrial local area network which
meets the needs of client/server type extended architectures, combining a high data
rate (1 Mbps), simple, low cost transmission media and numerous messaging
services.
The Lexium 15 servo drive is connected to the Modbus Plus network via the
AM0 MBP 001V000 communication card.
Other devices can be connected to the Modbus Plus network such as Quantum (1) and
Premium (2) PLCs, Magelis XBT terminals (3), Altivar variable speed drives (4), etc.
Characteristics of the AM0 MBP 001V000 Modbus Plus card
Structure
Services
Connector
One 9-way female SUB-D connector
Transmission speed
500…1000 kbps
Address
1 to 63, configurable via the terminal or the Unilink software
Messaging
Communication monitoring
Yes, Modbus; point-to-point requests with confirmation: 200 bytes maximum, compatible with
all Modbus subscribers
“Peer Cop”: 9 registers
“Global data”: 18 registers
“Time out” adjustable from 0.01…60 s via the Unilink software
Using LEDs
1 LED on the “COM” card (status)
Periodic variables
Diagnostics
(1) Please consult our “Automation platform Modicon Quantum and Unity” specialist catalogue.
(2) Please consult our “Automation platform Modicon Premium and Unity - PL7 software”
specialist catalogue.
(3) Please consult our “Human-Machine interfaces” specialist catalogue.
(4) Please consult our “Soft starters and variable speed drives” specialist catalogue.
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1
Communication buses and networks
Modbus Plus wiring system
Quantum
8
2
Network # 2
Premium
9
7
8
2
8
9
2
3
9
4
Network # 1
1
9
2
8
5
5
1
9
2
1
9
6
Lexium 15
Lexium 15
Lexium 15
Modbus Plus network connection components (1)
523714
Description
Use
Item no.
Reference
Weight
kg
For Lexium 15, all ratings
1
AM0 MBP 001V000
0.140
2
990 NAD 230 00
0.230
3
990 NAD 230 10
0.650
4
990 NAD 230 11
–
5
AS MBKT 185
0.260
6
NW RR85 001
2.677
7
NW BP85 002
2.813
–
043 509 383
3.000
Card
Modbus Plus card
Connection accessories
Modbus Plus tap (IP 20)
AM0 MBP 001V000
Connection by tap junction
Provides impedance matching when it is
installed at the end of the line (requires
wiring tool 043 509 383)
Modbus Plus
Connection via tap (screw terminals)
junction box
Equipped with an RJ45 connector for
(zamak, IP 65)
connecting a programming or maintenance
terminal. Installed at the end of the line, it
requires 990 NAD 230 11 line terminators
Line terminators
Set of 2 line terminators for
(Sold in lots of 2)
990 NAD 230 10 junction box
Connectors with Modbus Plus Set of 2 connectors for bridge and
terminator (sold in lots of 2) repeater
Modbus Plus
Extension beyond 450 m or up to 64
electrical repeater
subscribers
Modbus Plus bridge with 4
Connection of 4 networks maximum
ports
Wiring tool
Inserting trunk and drop cables in
990 NAD 230 00 tap
Cables
Description
Modbus Plus
trunk cables
Shielded twisted pair with
shielding drain
Use
From
Modbus Plus tap
990 NAD 230 00,
Modbus Plus junction
box 990 NAD 230 10
Item
To
no.
8
Modbus Plus
990 NAD 230 00 tap,
connector with
Modbus Plus
terminator
AS MBKT 185,
Modbus Plus junction
box 990 NAD 230 10
Length
m
30.5
Reference
490 NAA 271 01
Weight
kg
1.833
152.5
490 NAA 271 02
10.135
305
490 NAA 271 03
18.940
457
490 NAA 271 04
30.000
1525
490 NAA 271 06
112.950
Modbus Plus
9
2.4
990 NAD 211 10
0.169
Premium and
990 NAD 230 00 tap
Quantum PLCs,
Modbus Plus bridge
6
990 NAD 211 30
0.459
with 4 ports
NW BP85 002,
Lexium 15 servo drive
(1) To order other components for connection to the Modbus Plus network, please consult our “Automation platform Modicon
Premium and Unity - PL7 software” and “Automation platform Modicon Quantum and Unity” specialist catalogues.
Drop cables
One 9-way male
SUB-D connector and one
stripped end
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Communication buses and networks
Profibus DP fieldbus
Presentation
Other communication network
Lexium 15
Lexium 15
Lexium 15
Premium
Profibus DP network
Repeaters
(3 max.)
STB I/O
ATV 71
With Unity, PL7 and
Sycon software (1)(2)
Profibus DP is a fieldbus for industrial communication.
Profibus DP has a linear bus topology with a master/slave type centralized access
procedure.
The physical link is a single shielded twisted pair, but optical interfaces are available
for establishing star and ring tree structures.
The Lexium 15 servo drive is connected to the Profibus DP fieldbus via the
VW3 M3 306 communication card.
Other devices can be connected to the Profibus DP bus such as Premium (1) and
Quantum (2) PLCs, STB I/O (3), Altivar variable speed drives (4), etc.
Characteristics of the VW3 M3 306 Profibus DP card
Structure
Services
Description file
Connectors
Two 9-way female SUB-D connectors
Transmission speed
9.6 kbps: 1200 m (4800 m with 3 repeaters) to 12 Mbps: 100 m (400 m with 3 repeaters)
Address
1 to 62 (32 Lexium 15 servo drives max., without repeater)
Periodic variables
Type 2 PPO:
b Access to all the movement parameters and diagnostics parameters
(4 PKW words)
b Control and status words
b Access to the various “Motion Task” control words
b External position, speed and torque setpoints
A single gsd file for the whole range is supplied on the documentation CD-ROM or can be
downloaded from the “www.telemecanique.com” website. This file does not contain
descriptions of the servo drive parameters.
(1) Please consult our “Automation platform Modicon Premium and Unity - PL7 software”
specialist catalogue.
(2) Please consult our “Automation platform Modicon Quantum and Unity” specialist catalogue.
(3) Please consult our “Distributed I/O Advantys STB” specialist catalogue.
(4) Please consult our “Soft starters and variable speed drives” specialist catalogue.
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Premium
1
Communication buses and networks
535572
Profibus DP network connection components (1)
Description
Use
Item no.
Reference
Weight
kg
For Lexium 15, all ratings
1
VW3 M3 306
Line terminator connection
2
490 NAD 911 03
–
Intermediate connection
3
490 NAD 911 04
–
Intermediate connection with possibility of
connecting a programming terminal on the
9-way female SUB-D connector
3
490 NAD 911 05
–
Use
Item
no.
Card
Profibus DP card
4
4
3
1
106316
Lexium
15
1
Lexium
15
2
0.140
Connection accessories
Profibus connector
One 9-way male SUB-D
with line terminator
output at 90°
Profibus connector
One 9-way male SUB-D
output at 90°
Lexium Profibus connector
One 9-way male SUB-D
15
and one 9-way female
SUB-D, output at 90°
Cables
Description
Profibus DP
trunk cables
From
Profibus DP
connectors
490 NAD 911 04/05
To
Profibus DP
connectors
490 NAD 911 03/04/
05
4
Length
Reference
Weight
m
100
TSX PBS CA 100
kg
–
400
TSX PBS CA 400
–
(1) To order other components for connection to the Profibus DP network, please consult our “Automation platform Modicon
Premium and Unity - PL7 software” and “Automation platform Modicon Quantum and Unity” specialist catalogues.
522856
VW3 M3 306
490 NAD 911 03
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Option: SERCOS card
1
Presentation
108762
SERCOS (SERiaI COmmunication System) is a communication standard which
defines both an exchange protocol between a motion control module and a number
of servo drives and the connection media. This standard is defined in European
standard IEC/EN 61491.
The SERCOS architecture is totally dedicated to the synchronization requirements
of complex motion control applications. The ring topology of the SERCOS network is
created using optical fibers that provide a very high speed (4 Mbps) and total
immunity in disturbed industrial environments.
This bus also allows application I/O (position encoder, emergency stop, etc.) to be
connected directly to the servo drives, thus reducing connection costs.
AM0 SER 001V000
Characteristics (1)
Topology
Rate
Industrial bus complying with standard EN 61491
Ring connection of servo drives
4 Mbps by default
Medium
Fiber optic cable
Cycle time
2…4 ms depending on the number of axes, see page 76
Maximum number of segments
9…17 depending on the motion control module used, see page 76
Segment length
38 m maximum with plastic fiber optic cable
150 m maximum with glass fiber optic cable
References
Card
Description
SERCOS card
Premium
PLC +
TSX CSYpp
module
(1)
RX
2
TX
Lexium 15
servo drives
1
RX
TX
Item no.
Reference
Lexium 15,
all ratings
1
AM0 SER 001V000
Item no. Length
m
2
0.3
Reference
Weight
kg
0.150
Cables
Description
1
Use for
1
RX
TX
Use
1
RX
TX
Plastic fiber optic
cables fitted
with SMA
connectors
(radius of
curvature:
25 mm min.)
Connecting
Lexium 15
servo drives
equipped with card
AM0 SER 001V000
TX: transmission
RX: reception
SERCOS network ring
990 MCO 000 01
Weight
kg
0.150
0.9
990 MCO 000 03
0.180
1.5
990 MCO 000 05
0.260
4.5
990 MCO 000 15
0.770
16.5
990 MCO 000 55
2.830
22.5
990 MCO 000 75
4.070
37.5
990 MCO 001 25
5.940
(1) Motion control module, see page 81.
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Option: I/O extension card
1
Presentation
105814
Lexium 15 servo drives can be adapted for applications that require the possibility of
control via extended logic I/O by installing an I/O extension card.
This card has 14 logic inputs that can be used for:
b Activating a motion task. The number of this task is coded on 8 bits
(X11A-1…X11A-8). Each input represents one bit.
b Connecting a home position referencing sensor (X11A-9)
b Resetting errors to zero (X11A-10)
b Sequencing the next motion task (X11A-11)
b Activation of manual mode (X11A-12)
b Resumption of a previously interrupted motion task (X11B-1)
b Launching the motion task coded on the first 8 inputs (X11B-2).
AM0 INE 001V000
It also has 8 logic outputs that can be used for:
b Sending the “In position” signal (X11B-3)
b Capturing 6 position registers (X11B-4, X11B-6…X11B10)
b Monitoring the following error (X11B-5)
Electrical characteristics
24 V c external
power supply (1)
Voltage
V
18…36
Current
A
4
Logic inputs
Type
Logic inputs conforming to standard IEC 61131-2 type 1
Number
14 (X11A-1…X11A-12, X11B-1, X11B-2)
Power supply
24 V c, 7 mA
Sampling period
ms
4
Response time
ms
2
Logic state
A
State 0 if < 7 V or input not wired
State 1 if > 12 V
Logic outputs
Type
24 V c logic outputs conforming to standard IEC 61131-2 type 1
Number
8 (X11B-3…X11B-10)
Output voltage
V
24
Response time
ms
10
Max. breaking current
mA
500
Connection characteristics
Type of terminal
Maximum wire size
Power supply
1 mm2 (AWG 17)
Logic I/O
0.5 mm 2 (AWG 20)
References
Description
I/O extension card
Reference
AM0 INE 001V000
Weight
kg
0.180
(1) Please consult our “Interfaces, I/O splitter boxes and power supplies” specialist catalogue.
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Lexium 15 servo drives
Option: Braking resistors
Presentation
Internal braking resistor
A braking resistor is integrated in Lexium 15 servo drives, except LXM 15HCppN4X
servo drives, to absorb the braking energy. If the DC bus voltage in the servo drive
exceeds a specified value, this braking resistor is activated. The restored energy is
converted into heat by the braking resistor.
External braking resistor
For LXM 15HCppN4X servo drives or for applications requiring the servo motor to
perform frequent braking operations, it may be necessary to add an external braking
resistor.
If an external braking resistor is used, the internal braking resistor must be deactivated.
To do this, the shunt between terminals PBe and PBi must be removed and the external
braking resistor connected between terminals PA/+ and PBe.
Two or more external braking resistors can be connected in parallel. The servo drive
monitors the power dissipated in the braking resistor.
Sizing the braking resistor
During braking or deceleration requested by the servo drive, the kinetic energy of the
moving load must be absorbed by the servo drive. The energy generated by
deceleration charges the capacitors integrated in the servo drive.
When the voltage at the capacitor terminals exceeds the permitted threshold, the
braking resistor (internal or external) will be activated automatically in order to
dissipate this energy. In order to calculate the power to be dissipated by the braking
resistor, the user needs a knowledge of the timing diagram giving the motor torques
and speeds according to the time in order to identify the curve segments in which the
servo drive decelerates the load.
Motor cycle timing diagram
These curves are those used in pages 146 and 192 for selecting the size of the
servo motor. The curve segments to be taken into account, when the servo drive is
decelerating, are marked in blue by D i.
Motor speed ni
n3
D1
n2
n1
D2
D3
0
n4
t1 t2 t3
t4
t5 t6 t7 t8 t9
t10
t
t11 t12
T cycle
M3
M2
M1
0
t
M4
M5
Required torque Mi
Characteristics:
pages 42 and 43
References:
page 43
Dimensions:
page 49
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1
Lexium 15 servo drives
Option: Braking resistors
Sizing the braking resistor (continued)
Calculation of the constant deceleration energy
To do this, the user must know the total inertia, defined as follows:
Jt: total inertia
where:
Jt = Jm (motor inertia) + Jc (load inertia). For Jm, see pages 84 to 127 and 150 to
175.
The energy Ei of each segment is defined as follows:
2πn i 2
1
1
2
E i = --- J t ⋅ ω i = --- J t ⋅  ------------
 60 
2
2
Which gives the following for the various segments:
2π [ n 3 – n 1 ] 2
1
E1 = --- J t ⋅  ------------------------------
2

60
2πn 2
1
E2 = --- J t ⋅  -------------1
2
60
2πn 2
1
E3 = --- J t ⋅  -------------4
2
60
where Ei is in joules, Jt in kgm2, ω in radians and ni in rpm.
Energy absorbed by the internal capacitor
The energy absorption capacity Edrive (without using an internal or external braking
resistor) is given for each servo drive on page 42.
In the calculation, only take account of segments Di for which the energy Ei is greater
than the absorption capacities given in the table opposite.
This additional energy E Di must be dissipated in the resistor (internal or external):
EDi = Ei - Edrive (in joules).
Calculation of the continuous power
The continuous power Pc is calculated for each machine cycle:
ΣE Di
Pc = -------------------------T cycle
where Pc is in W, EDi in joules and T cycle in s.
Selecting the braking resistor (internal or external)
Note: This is a simplified selection method. In extreme applications, for example with vertical
axes, this method is inadequate. In this case, please consult your Regional Sales Office.
The selection is carried out in two steps:
1 The maximum energy during a braking procedure must be less than the peak
energy that can be absorbed by the internal braking resistor: EDi < EPk and the
internal braking resistor's continuous power must in turn not exceed: Pc < PPr. If
these conditions are met, the internal braking resistor is adequate.
2 If one of the above conditions is not met, an external braking resistor must be used
to satisfy these conditions.
The value of the external braking resistor must be between the minimum and
maximum values given in the table. Otherwise the servo drive may be subject to
disturbance and the load can no longer be braked safely.
Presentation:
page 40
Characteristics:
pages 42 and 43
References:
page 43
Dimensions:
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
Lexium 15 servo drives
Option: Braking resistors
Characteristics
Braking resistors used with Lexium 15 LP servo drives
Type of servo drive
Supply voltage
Number of phases
Load threshold
Energy absorption of the
internal capacitors
Internal resistor
External resistor
Type of servo drive
Supply voltage
Number of phases
Load threshold
Energy absorption of the
internal capacitors
Internal resistor
External resistor
LXM 15
V
Resistance
Continuous power
Peak energy
Minimum resistance
Maximum resistance (1)
Degree of protection
Vc
Edrive Joule
(Ws)
Ω
PPr W
EPk Joule
(Ws)
Ω
Ω
LXM 15
V
Resistance
Continuous power
Peak energy
Minimum resistance
Maximum resistance (1)
Degree of protection
Vc
Edrive Joule
(Ws)
Ω
PPr W
EPk Joule
(Ws)
Ω
Ω
LD13M3
LD21M3
230
Single phase
400
6.2
66
20
3000
31
95
LU60N4
230
400
Three phase
400
720
24.8
88.1
47
285
IP 65
LD13M3
LD21M3
LD28M3
Three phase
50
47
190
IP 65
91
20
2100
LD28M3
19
57
20
50
47
190
31
95
19
57
480
LD10N4
230
400
480
LD17N4
230
400
480
840
127.3
400
24.8
720
88.1
840
127.3
400
24.8
720
88.1
840
127.3
7000
9000
50
2100
7000
9000
2100
7000
9000
85
768
99
803
38
114
68
265
79
401
31
95
56
177
66
201
480
MD40N4
230
400
480
MD56N4
230
400
480
840
28
400
12
720
46
840
57
400
12
720
46
840
57
16,000
21,000
5000
16,000
21,000
5000
16,000
21,000
28
106
33
120
12
41
21
76
25
86
8
28
14
53
16
60
Braking resistors used with Lexium 15 MP servo drives
Type of servo drive
Supply voltage
Number of phases
Load threshold
Energy absorption of the
internal capacitors
Internal resistor
External resistor
LXM 15
V
Resistance
Continuous power
Peak energy
Minimum resistance
Maximum resistance (1)
Degree of protection
Vc
Edrive Joule
(Ws)
Ω
PPr W
EPk Joule
(Ws)
Ω
Ω
MD28N4
230
400
Three phase
400
720
6
23
33
200
5000
16
57
IP 65
Braking resistors used with Lexium 15 HP servo drives
Type of servo drive
Supply voltage
Number of phases
Load threshold
Energy absorption of the
internal capacitors
External resistor
LXM 15
V
Minimum resistance
Maximum resistance (1)
Degree of protection
Vc
Edrive Joule
(Ws)
Ω
Ω
HC11N4X
230
400
Three phase
400
720
60
150
3
14
IP 20
6
27
480
HC20N4X
230
400
480
840
180
400
120
720
300
840
360
7
30
2
7
3
13
4
17
(1) Values given for braking at nominal motor torque (M0 )
Presentation:
page 40
References:
page 43
Dimensions:
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1
1
Lexium 15 servo drives
Option: Braking resistors
General characteristics
Type of braking resistor
Ambient air temperature
around the device
Operation
Storage
°C
°C
Degree of protection of the casing
Thermal protection
Temperature-controlled
switch
Activation temperature
Max. voltage - max. current
Min. voltage - min. current
Maximum switch resistance
°C
mΩ
VW3 A7 601 Rpp…608 Rpp
0…+ 50
- 25…+ 85
VW3 A7 705, 707
IP 65
Via the servo drive (1)
–
–
–
–
IP 20
Via temperature-controlled switch (2) or
via the servo drive (1)
120
250 V a - 1 A
24 V c - 0.1 A
60
For servo drive
Supplied with connection cable
Connected on a bar, M6
For temperature-controlled switch
–
2.5 mm 2 (AWG 14)
- 25…+ 70
Connection characteristics
Type of terminal
Maximum wire size
VW3 A7 601 Rpp…608 Rpp
VW3 A7 705, 707
External braking resistors
Length
Reference
Weight
of connection
cable
Ω
Ws
Ws
Ws
m
kg
5
45,000 45,000 45,000 –
VW3 A7 707
11.000
10
13,000 8600 7700
0.75
VW3 A7 601 R07
1.420
2
VW3 A7 601 R20
1.470
3
VW3 A7 601 R30
1.620
1000
45,000 45,000 45,000 –
VW3 A7 705
11.000
27
100
3000 1900 1700
0.75
VW3 A7 602 R07
0.630
2
VW3 A7 602 R20
0.780
3
VW3 A7 602 R30
0.900
200
7500 4800 4300
0.75
VW3 A7 603 R07
0.930
2
VW3 A7 603 R20
1.080
3
VW3 A7 603 R30
1.200
400
26,000 17,500 15,500 0.75
VW3 A7 604 R07
1.420
2
VW3 A7 604 R20
1.470
3
VW3 A7 604 R30
1.620
72
100
4500 3000 2700
0.75
VW3 A7 605 R07
0.620
2
VW3 A7 605 R20
0.750
3
VW3 A7 605 R30
0.850
200
10,300 6800 6000
0.75
VW3 A7 606 R07
0.930
2
VW3 A7 606 R20
1.080
3
VW3 A7 606 R30
1.200
400
26,500 17,500 15,500 0.75
VW3 A7 607 R07
1.420
2
VW3 A7 607 R20
1.470
3
VW3 A7 607 R30
1.620
100
100
4500 3000 2700
0.75
VW3 A7 608 R07
0.410
2
VW3 A7 608 R20
0.560
3
VW3 A7 608 R30
0.760
(1) Thermal protection is provided by internal limitation of the servo drive braking power.
(2) The switch should be connected in sequence (used for signalling or controlling the line
contactor).
106005
Value
VW3 A7 602 R pp
Presentation:
page 40
Continuous
power
PPr
W
1000
400
Peak energy EPk
230 V 400 V 480 V
Dimensions:
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Lexium 15 servo drives
Option: Additional EMC input filters
Integrated EMC filter
L1
M1
3
L2
Function
LXM 15LpppM3 and LXM 15ppppN4 servo drives have built-in radio interference
input filters to meet the EMC standard for variable speed electrical power drive
“products” IEC/EN 61800-3, edition 2, category C2 or C3 in environment 1 or 2 and
to comply with the European directive on EMC (electromagnetic compatibility).
L3
LXM 15LDppM3
LXM 15ppppN4
with integrated filter
For servo drive
Maximum motor cable length conforming to
EN 55011, class A, Gr1
EN 55011, class A, Gr2
IEC/EN 61800-3 category C2
IEC/EN 61800-3 category C3
m
m
Single phase supply voltage: 200…240 V a 50/60 Hz
LXM 15LDppM3
10
25,
50 with motor choke
Three phase supply voltage: 200…240 V a 50/60 Hz
LXM 15LDppM3
10
25,
50 with motor choke
Three phase supply voltage: 208…480 V a 50/60 Hz
LXM 15LpppN4
10
LXM 15MDppN4
10
25,
50 with motor choke
25,
100 with motor choke
Additional EMC input filters
Applications
L1
M1
3
L2
L3
An additional EMC filter must be provided for LXM 15HCppN4X servo drives.
This additional input filter is used to meet the requirements of standard IEC 61800-3,
edition 2, category C3 in environment 2.
Additional
EMC filter
LXM 15HCppN4X
Use according to the type of line supply
Use of these built-in or additional filters is only possible on TN (neutral connection)
and TT (neutral to earth) type networks.
The filters must not be used on IT (impedance or isolated neutral) type networks. For
a servo drive with integrated filter (LXM 15LDppM3, LXM 15ppppN4), the filter must
be connected to an LV/LV transformer in order to recreate, on the secondary side, a
TT system (see page 61).
Standard IEC 61800-3, appendix D2.1, states that on IT (isolated or impedance
earthed neutral) type networks, filters can adversely affect the operation of the
insulation monitors. In addition, the effectiveness of additional filters on this type of
line supply depends on the type of impedance between neutral and earth, and
therefore cannot be predicted.
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Lexium 15 servo drives
Option: Additional EMC input filters
Characteristics of drive/additional EMC input filter mounting
Filter type
Conformity to standards
VW3 M4 101
UL 1283
Degree of protection
IP 20
Losses
Maximum nominal voltage
3-phase 50/60 Hz
Max. nominal current
Application, category:
EN 61800-3: 2001-02; IEC 61800-3, Ed. 2
Category C3 in environment 2
W
30
V
480 + 10%
A
42
VW3 M4 102
50
75
Description
Use in industrial premises
Connection characteristics
Maximum wire size
25 mm2 (AWG 2)
References
105816
For servo drive
Maximum motor cable length
conforming to IEC/EN 61800-3,
category C3
m
Reference
Weight
kg
Three phase supply voltage: 208…480 V a 50/60 Hz
LXM 15HC11N4X
100
VW3 M4 101
0.600
LXM 15HC20N4X
100
VW3 M4 102
0.550
VW3 M4 101
Dimensions:
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characteristics,
references
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Lexium 15 servo drives
Option: Line chokes
1
Line chokes
A line choke can be used to provide improved protection against overvoltages on the
line supply and to reduce harmonic distortion of the current produced by
the servo drive.
L1
M1
3
L2
L3
Line choke
LXM 15HCppN4X
The recommended chokes limit the line current. They have been developed in
accordance with standards UL 506 and EN 61558-2-20 (VDE 0570).
The inductance values are defined for a voltage drop between 3% and 5% of the
nominal line voltage. Values higher than this will cause loss of torque.
These chokes should be installed upstream of the servo drive.
Applications
In the context of a TT or TN supply system, it is compulsory to use a line choke with
LXM 15HCppN4X servo drives.
Nota : Do not order if an isolation transformer is used with an IT system.
General characteristics
Type of line choke
Conformity to standards
VW3 M4 301
UL 506, EN 61558-2-20 (VDE 0570)
Voltage drop
Choke
Between 3% and 5% of the nominal supply voltage. Values higher than this will cause
loss of torque.
IP 00
Terminals
IP 20
Degree of protection
VW3 M4 302
Inductance value
mH
0.5
0.4
Nominal current
A
60
75
Losses
W
145
150
Connection characteristics
Maximum wire size
VW3 M4 301, 302
25 mm2 (AWG 2)
109002
References
For servo drives Line current
Line current with
without choke
choke
208 V
480 V
208 V
480 V
A
A
A
A
Three phase supply voltage: 208…480 V a 50/60 Hz
LXM 15HC11N4X 44
52
35
36.6
Reference
VW3 M4 301
9.000
LXM 15HC20N4X 84.4
VW3 M4 302
10.000
83.5
60.6
60.9
Weight
kg
VW3 M4 301
Dimensions:
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characteristics,
references
1
Lexium 15 servo drives
Option: Motor chokes
1
Motor chokes
L1
L2
M1
3
Motor choke
L3
LXM 15
Lppppp,
MDppN4
The motor choke is used to reduce current ripple generated along the power cable.
It enables the servo motor to be operated for motor cable lengths greater than 25 m
(limited to 50 or 100 m depending on the rating).
LXM 15HCppN4X servo drives are designed to allow the use of motor cables up to
100 metres long without the addition of a motor choke.
The motor choke is also used to:
b Protect the servo drive power stage against overvoltages
b Limit ripple to 5% of the nominal current
2 m maxi
d u 25 m
Nota : The servo drive/motor choke connection cable MUST be less than 2 metres long.
Increasing the current absorption of the motor power circuit reduces the maximum rotation
frequency, thus limiting the maximum rotation speed of the servo motor:
b For a 6-pole servo motor, it is limited to 3000 rpm
b For an 8-pole servo motor, it is limited to 2250 rpm
b For a 10-pole servo motor, it is limited to 1800 rpm
In addition, the increase in the leakage current caused by the increase in the length of the
cables makes it necessary to limit the output current to 1 A. It is advisable to use servo motors
with a nominal current greater than 2 A.
General characteristics
Type of motor choke
Degree of protection
Choke
VW3 M5 301
IP 00
Terminals
IP 20
VW3 M5 302
VW3 M5 303
Inductance value
mH
0.9
Maximum current
A
1.5 x nominal current for 60 s
Dielectric strength
V
Between earth and power terminals: 2700 V c
Losses
W
40
VW3 M5 304
0.45
Connection characteristics
Maximum wire size
VW3 M5 301…303
4 mm2 (AWG 10)
VW3 M5 304
6 mm2 (AWG 8)
References
Length of motor
cable
m
25…50
Nominal
current
A
6
Reference
VW3 M5 301
kg
4.500
25…50
10
VW3 M5 302
5.500
LXM 15MD28N4
25…100
10
VW3 M5 302
5.500
LXM 15MD40N4
25…100
14
VW3 M5 303
10.000
LXM 15MD56N4
25…100
20
VW3 M5 304
10.000
535556
For servo drive
LXM 15LD13M3, LD21M3
LXM 15LpppN4
LXM 15LD28M3
VW3 M5 304
Weight
Dimensions:
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1
Lexium 15 LP, 15 MP and 15 HP servo drives
257
279
246
270
LXM 15LD13M3…LD28M3, LU60N4…LD17N4 servo drives
171
51
c (1)
70
LXM 15
LD13M3…LD28M3
LU60N4…LD17N4
(1) With connectors
c
200
230
LXM 15MD28N4…MD56N4 servo drives
305
325
265
=
70
273 (1)
LXM 15
MD40N4
MD56N4
(1) With connectors
LXM 15MD40N4, MD56N4
305
LXM 15MD28N4
275
Common side view
50
=
a
a
100
120
361
345
375 (2)
LXM 15HC11N4X, HC20N4X servo drives
300
215
325 (1)
250
(1) With connectors
(2) 495, with earthing part
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Lexium 15 LP, 15 MP and 15 HP servo drives
Options
Options
Braking resistors VW3 A7 705, 707
u 200
Mounting recommendations
240
u 200
301
u 200
380
484
4xØ9
200
Braking resistors VW3 A7 601Rpp…608Rpp
c
Additional EMC input filters VW3 M4 101, 102
4xØ7
=
= 60 =
H
b2
b
=
b1
b
H
b1
4xØ4,6
c1
80
G
c
a
VW3
A7 602, 605, 608
A7 603, 606
A7 601, 604, 607
b
145
251
257
b1
110
216
216
c
15
15
30
c1
15.5
15.5
–
VW3
M4 101
M4 102
a
60
80
b
355
380
b1
305
300
b2
335
330
c
150
185
4xØ
170
H
G
H
190
a
c
a
Presentation:
pages 40, 44, 46 and 47
a
110
120
H
320
314
b
4xØ8
VW3
M4 301
M4 302
G
35
55
Motor chokes VW3 M5 301…304
255
Line chokes VW3 M4 301, 302
H
98
204
204
H
58
68
Characteristics:
pages 42, 45, 46 and 47
VW3
M5 301
M5 302
M5 303
M5 304
References:
pages 43, 45, 46 and 47
a
70
85
115
115
b
190
190
220
230
c
155
155
190
190
G
130
130
170
170
H
55
70
75
75
Ø
5.5x8
5.5x8
6.5x10
6.5x10
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Lexium 15 servo drives
Advice on use in accordance with the machinery safety
directive
Categories relating to safety according to EN 954-1
The 5 categories of standard EN 954-1 are used to define the necessary system
performance to meet safety requirements.
Categories
B
Basic safety principle
Control system requirements
Selection of components that comply with the Control according to good engineering practice
relevant standards
Selection of components and safety principles Use of tried and tested components and proven safety
principles
1
2
Selection of components and safety principles Test per cycle. The intervals between tests must be
appropriate to both the machine and its application
Structure of the safety circuits
A single fault must not result in loss of the safety function.
The fault must be detected if this is reasonably possible
3
4
Structure of the safety circuits
A single fault must not result in loss of the safety function.
The fault must be detected when or before the safety function
is next invoked.
An accumulation of faults must not result in loss of the safety
function.
Behaviour in the event of a
fault
Possible loss of the safety
function
Possible loss of the safety
function with a lower probability
than in B
Fault detected on each test
Safety function ensured, except
in the event of an accumulation
of faults
Safety function always assured
d
The machine manufacturer is responsible for selecting the safety
category. The category depends on the level of risk factors given in standard
EN 954-1.
Lexium 15 servo drives and standard EN 954-1
The table below shows the safety level obtained according to the type of servo drive,
with the integrated “Power Removal” safety function and associated equipment
(Preventa monitoring module, contactor, etc)
Safety
level
Category B
Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4
Devices required
For Lexium 15
servo drives
–
1 breaking
1 breaking and
1 monitoring
2 breaking (2)
All ratings
All ratings
All ratings
2 breaking and
1 monitoring (2)
All ratings
All ratings
Equipment to be added
Recommended
wiring diagram,
see page
–
–
–
52 and 56
1 breaking device per PWR function with 1 Preventa monitoring module (1) 53 and 57
1
1
1
1
breaking device per PWR function, 1 breaking device per contactor and 54 and 58
Preventa monitoring module (1)
breaking device per PWR function, 1 breaking device per contactor and 55 and 59
Preventa monitoring module (1)
“Power Removal” safety function
The “Power Removal” (PWR) safety function makes it easier to achieve the safety
levels defined above.
The “Power Removal” safety function integrated in Lexium 15 LP servo drives
consists of a PWR logic input, accessed on the X4 connector. Deactivation of this
input in particular initiates locking of the power stage of the servo drive supplying the
servo motor, thus depriving the servo motor of energy (3).
The “Power Removal” safety function integrated in Lexium 15 MP and
Lexium 15 HP servo drives consists principally of an auxiliary relay that is accessed
on the PWRI+ and PWRI- terminals of the X10 connector. When the relay coil is
activated by the control system, this locks the servo drive power stage that supplies
power to the servo motor, thus depriving the servo motor of energy (3).
The anti-start relay contact, accessed on the PWRO1 and PWRO2 terminals on the
X10 connector, enables the application to check the locking command. The state of
the relay contact is monitored constantly by the control system, to check that the
system is working correctly and ensure strict compliance with the machine stop and
locking procedures.
This function is used primarily when the servo motor has to be kept stationary, for
example when personnel need to have frequent access to protected areas in which
machinery is running, for brief periods of time.
Note: The use of Lexium 15 servo drives with the integral “Power Removal” safety function
simplifies the connection diagrams required to comply with standard EN 954-1.
(1) The category of the Preventa safety module must be u the required safety category.
(2) Where there are 2 breaking devices, see also the sections relating to Categories 3 and 4 on
pages 54, 55, 58 and 59.
(3) Vertical axis immobilization can only be obtained by installing a mechanical locking system
(holding brake) on the axes.
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Recommended wiring diagrams complying with
standard EN 954-1
Application with requirement for access to a hazardous area
Presentation
The recommended wiring diagrams on pages 52 to 59 give
an example of an application where access to a hazardous
area needs to be protected (space inside and/or around a
machine in which an operator is exposed to a hazard).
These diagrams apply to Lexium 15 LP, 15 MP and 15 HP
servo drives with integrated “Power Removal” safety
function.
Description of the application
Pressing the "Request for access to protected area" spring
return pushbutton S1 causes the axes to slow down and
stop, and also opens the access door to the protected area
(activation of the latch electromagnet).
Depending on the safety level, if all the safety conditions
are not met:
v Either the line contactor drops out
v Or the access door to the area remains locked
S1: Request for access
After operator intervention, the door closes and pressing
the “Reset” spring return pushbutton enables the axes to
operate again.
Door contact
Reset
Selection criteria for the positions of the breaking contactors
Note: A contactor can be used to break the power either upstream or downstream of the Lexium
15 servo drive, without compromising safety. Mixed breaking, upstream and downstream, is also
possible.
The positions of the contactors should be selected according to how often access to
the hazardous area is required.
Occasional access requests
Breaking via a contactor upstream of the servo drive is recommended.
This type of breaking eliminates any risk of disconnection of the
servo drive/servo motor assembly, which can cause overvoltages (only in the event of
malfunction of the “Enable control system” input).
Frequent access requests
Breaking via a contactor downstream of the servo drive is preferable.
This type of breaking allows the servo drive input power bridge to remain energized,
which enhances the longevity of the servo drive rectifier-filtering stage.
The recommended wiring diagrams on the following pages illustrate the most severe
case corresponding to frequent access requests.
Note: As a general rule, the breaking command for upstream KM contactors is instantaneous.
The command for downstream KM contactors is delayed to allow the axis to come to a controlled
stop (in accordance with parameter “StopMode = 1”).
Categories 3 and 4
The diagrams for categories 3 and 4 on pages 54, 55, 58 and 59 take account of the
widest requirements and thus incorporate double breaking of the control circuit and
the power circuit.
Note: Following specific analysis of machine risks, this redundancy can be limited to the control
circuit alone, and thus can be restricted to simply breaking the power circuit.
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
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1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
Lexium 15 LP servo drives
Recommended wiring diagrams complying with
standard EN 954-1
Category 1 safety level in accordance with EN 954-1
Power circuit of LXM 15Lppppp servo drives
5
3
1
L1 L2 L3
1
Q2 2
3
4
5
6
6
4
2
Q1
A1
KM1
5-X4
Control
circuit
PWR 5
0VDC 4
0VDC 3
+ 24VDC 2
+ 24VDC 1
1
X0
X4
X3
R1A 1
1-X3
R1C 2
2-X3
Enable 12
3
6 W/T3 T/L3 2
S/L2 3
5 V/T2
4 U/T1
R/L1 4
0V
X9
X2
X1
Encoder
feedback
Resolver
feedback
K1
Enable control
system
Q1: magnetic circuit breaker, see page 62
KM1: contactor, see page 62
Control circuit of LXM 15Lppppp servo drives
c 24 V
Emergency
stop
K1
Stop
K1
S1
Door
K2
Turn
on
KM1
K2
1-X3
5-X4
2-X3
Servo drive
Servo drive
OK
0V
KM1
K2
Latch
electromagnet
Timing diagram
Request for access
to protected area
K1
Comments
b Time delay T1 on the K1 relay must be long enough
for the axis to come to a controlled stop.
b Lexium 15 LP servo drive parameters:
v StopMode = 0: Axis performs a freewheel stop
v StopMode = 1: Axis comes to a controlled stop
according to the emergency deceleration ramp
S1
K1
Lexium servo drive
anti-start
PWR
Latch opening
authorized
K2
Latch electromagnet
Door contact
Line contactor
KM1
Lexium servo drive
speed reference
T1 < 300 ms
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
Lexium 15 LP servo drives
Recommended wiring diagrams complying with
standard EN 954-1
Category 2 safety level in accordance with EN 954-1
Power circuit of LXM 15Lppppp servo drives
5
3
1
L1 L2 L3
Q2 2
3
4
5
6
6
4
2
Q1
1
A1
5-X4
Control
circuit
X4
PWR 5
0VDC 4
0VDC 3
+ 24VDC 2
X0
+ 24VDC 1
1
6 W/T3 T/L3 2
X3
R1A 1
1-X3
R1C 2
2-X3
12-X3
Enable 12
3
S/L2 3
5 V/T2
4 U/T1
R/L1 4
0V
X9
X2
X1
Encoder
feedback
Resolver
feedback
Q1: magnetic circuit breaker, see page 62
Control circuit of LXM 15Lppppp servo drives
c 24 V
F1
Request
for access
A1
S1
Door
S13 S11 S31
1-X3
Servo drive
2-X3
OK
S32
S12
Enable control
system
S14
03
13
23
To control system
37
47
57
Y+
Y64
Y74
Y84
K2
K7
K1
K2
K3/K4
K1/K2
K3
K2
K4
XPS AV
A2 Y39
S33
S21
S22
S34
Y40
04
24
14
38
48
58
K2
S1
Reset
12-X3
K2
Servo drive
0V
5-X4
Servo drive
K7
K2
Latch
electromagnet
XPS AV: Preventa safety module, please consult our “Safety solutions using Preventa” specialist catalogue
Timing diagram
Comments
b Time delay Tv on the XPS AV monitoring module
must be long enough for the axis to come to a
controlled stop.
b Lexium 15 LP servo drive parameters:
v StopMode = 0: Axis performs a freewheel stop
v StopMode = 1: Axis comes to a controlled stop
according to the emergency deceleration ramp
Request for access
to protected area
S1
Lexium servo drive
anti-start
PWR
K7
Latch opening
authorized
K2
Latch electromagnet
Door contact
Reset
Lexium servo drive
speed reference
Tv < 300 ms
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1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
Lexium 15 LP servo drives
Recommended wiring diagrams complying with
standard EN 954-1
Category 3 safety level in accordance with EN 954-1
Power circuit of LXM 15Lppppp servo drives
L3
5
3
1
L1 L2
Q2 2
3
4
5
6
6
4
2
Q1
1
A1
5-X4
PWR 5
0VDC 4
0VDC 3
+ 24VDC 2
X0
+ 24VDC 1
1
6 W/T3 T/L3 2
Control
circuit
X4
X3
R1A 1
1-X3
R1C 2
2-X3
12-X3
Enable 12
3
S/L2 3
5 V/T2
4 U/T1
R/L1 4
0V
X9
X2
Resolver
feedback
KM2
X1
Encoder
feedback
Q1: magnetic circuit breaker, see page 62
Control circuit of LXM 15Lppppp servo drives
c 24 V
F1
S21 S11 B1
XPS ATE
K1
S22
13 23
K2
K2
K7
1 2
K1
K1
K2
K4
K3
K3
K2
K4
K4
PE
Y1
S33
Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5
14 24
58 68 78
(Stop1)
K3
K1
K2
(S22)
+
115 V
230 V
A2
Y+
57 67 77
(S12)
T –
S12
(A1-A2)
A1
(4)
Enable control
system
S1
Door
Y88
Y89
Y90
Y91
K2
5-X4
K2
KM2
Reset
Servo drive
1-X3
Servo drive
OK
K2
2-X3
12-X3
Servo
drive
0V
KM2
K7
K2
Latch
electromagnet
XPS ATE: Preventa safety module, please consult our “Safety solutions using Preventa” specialist catalogue
Timing diagram
Comments
b Time delay Tv on the XPS ATE monitoring module
must be long enough for the axis to come to a
controlled stop.
b Lexium 15 LP servo drive parameters:
v StopMode = 0: Axis performs a freewheel stop
v StopMode = 1: Axis comes to a controlled stop
according to the emergency deceleration ramp
Request for access
to protected area
S1
Servo motor
contactor
KM2
K7
Lexium servo drive
anti-start
PWR
Latch opening
authorized
K2
Latch electromagnet
Door contact
Reset
Lexium servo drive
speed reference
Tv < 300 ms
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
Lexium 15 LP servo drives
Recommended wiring diagrams complying with
standard EN 954-1
Category 4 safety level in accordance with EN 954-1
Power circuit of LXM 15Lppppp servo drives
L3
5
3
1
L1 L2
Q2 2
3
4
5
6
6
4
2
Q1
1
A1
5-X4
PWR 5
0VDC 4
0VDC 3
+ 24VDC 2
+ 24VDC 1
1
X0
Control
circuit
X4
X3
R1A 1
1-X3
R1C 2
2-X3
12-X3
Enable 12
3
6 W/T3 T/L3 2
S/L2 3
5 V/T2
4 U/T1
R/L1 4
0V
X9
X2
Encoder
feedback
Resolver
feedback
KM2
X1
Q1: magnetic circuit breaker, see page 62
Control circuit of LXM 15Lppppp servo drives
c 24 V
F1
1-X3
Request
for access
A1
Door
S1
S13 S11 S31
Enable control
system
2-X3
S32
S12
S14
03
13
23
To control system
37
47
57
Y+
Y64
Y74
Y84
K2
K7
K1
K2
K3/K4
K1/K2
K3
K2
K4
XPS AV
A2 Y39
S33
S21
S1
S22
S34
K2
Y40
04
14
24
38
48
Reset
KM2
0V
58
5-X4
K2
Servo drive
12-X3
Servo
drive
KM2 K7
K2
Latch
electromagnet
XPS AV: Preventa safety module, please consult our “Safety solutions using Preventa” specialist catalogue
Timing diagram
Comments
b Time delay Tv on the XPS AV monitoring module
must be long enough for the axis to come to a
controlled stop.
b Lexium 15 LP servo drive parameters:
v StopMode = 0: Axis performs a freewheel stop
v StopMode = 1: Axis comes to a controlled stop
according to the emergency deceleration ramp
Request for access
to protected area
S1
Servo motor
contactor
KM2
K7
Lexium servo drive
anti-start
PWR
Latch opening
authorized
K2
Latch electromagnet
Door contact
Reset
Lexium servo drive
speed reference
Tv < 300 ms
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
Lexium 15 MP and 15 HP servo drives
Recommended wiring diagrams complying with
standard EN 954-1
Category 1 safety level in accordance with EN 954-1
Power circuit of LXM 15MDppN4, LXM 15HCppN4X servo drives
5
3
1
L1 L2 L3
Q2 2
3
4
5
6
1-X10
2-X10
6
4
2
Q1
1
A1
KM1
3-X10
4-X10
PWR+ 4
PWRI– 3
PWRO2 2
X4
PWRO1 1
0VDC 4
0VDC 3
+ 24VDC 2
+ 24VDC 1
4
XOA
Control
circuit
X10
X3
R1A 2
2-X3
R1C 3
3-X3
Enable 15
3
6 W/T3 T/L3 3
S/L2 2
5 V/T2
4 U/T1 R/L1 1
0V
X9
X2
X1
Encoder
feedback
Resolver
feedback
K1
Enable control
system
Q1: magnetic circuit breaker, see page 62
KM1: contactor, see page 62
Control circuit of LXM 15MDppN4, LXM 15HCppN4X servo drives
c 24 V
Emergency
stop
Stop
K1
Door
S1
1-X10
PWRO
K2
2-X10
Turn
on
KM1
K2
2-X3
Servo drive
OK
3-X3
4-X10
3-X10
0V
KM1
PWRI
K2
Latch
electromagnet
Timing diagram
K1
Comments
b Time delay T1 on the K1 relay must be long enough
for the axis to come to a controlled stop.
b Lexium 15 MP and 15 HP servo drive parameters:
v StopMode = 0: Axis performs a freewheel stop
v StopMode = 1: Axis comes to a controlled stop
according to the emergency deceleration ramp
Request for access
to protected area
S1
Servo motor
contactor
KM2
Lexium servo drive
anti-start
PWRI
Latch opening
authorized
K2
Latch electromagnet
Door contact
Reset
Lexium servo drive
speed reference
T1 < 300 ms
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
Lexium 15 MP and 15 HP servo drives
Recommended wiring diagrams complying with
standard EN 954-1
Category 2 safety level in accordance with EN 954-1
Power circuit of LXM 15MDppN4, LXM 15HCppN4X servo drives
Q2 2
3
4
5
6
1-X10
2-X10
6
4
Q1
2
1
5
3
1
L1 L2 L3
A1
3-X10
4-X10
PWR+ 4
PWRI– 3
PWRO2 2
X4
PWRO1 1
0VDC 4
0VDC 3
+ 24VDC 2
+ 24VDC 1
4
XOA
X10
X3
R1A 2
2-X3
R1C 3
3-X3
Enable 15
3
6 W/T3 T/L3 3
S/L2 2
5 V/T2
4 U/T1 R/L1 1
0V
X9
X2
15-X3
X1
Encoder
feedback
Resolver
feedback
Q1: magnetic circuit breaker, see page 62
Control circuit of LXM 15MDppN4, LXM 15HCppN4X servo drives
c 24 V
F1
Request
for access
A1
S1
2-X3
Servo drive
3-X3 OK
Door
S13 S11 S31
Enable control
system
1-X10
To control system
PWRO
S32
S12
S14
03
13
23
37
47
57
Y+
2-X10
Y64
Y74
Y84
K2
K7
K1
K2
K3/K4
K1/K2
K3
K2
K4
XPS AV
A2 Y39
S33
S21
S1
S22
S34
K7
Reset
K2
0V
Y40
04
14
24
38
48
58
K2
4-X10
15-X3
Servo drive
3-X10
K7
PWRI
K2
Latch
electromagnet
XPS AV: Preventa safety module, please consult our “Safety solutions using Preventa” specialist catalogue
Timing diagram
Request for access
to protected area
Comments
b Time delay Tv on the XPS AV monitoring module
must be long enough for the axis to come to a
controlled stop.
b Lexium 15 MP and 15 HP servo drive parameters:
v StopMode = 0: Axis performs a freewheel stop
v StopMode = 1: Axis comes to a controlled stop
according to the emergency deceleration ramp
S1
K7
Lexium servo drive
anti-start
PWRI
Latch opening
authorized
K2
Latch electromagnet
Door contact
Reset
Lexium servo drive
speed reference
Tv < 300 ms
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
Lexium 15 MP and 15 HP servo drives
Recommended wiring diagrams complying with
standard EN 954-1
Category 3 safety level in accordance with EN 954-1
Power circuit of LXM 15MDppN4, LXM 15HCppN4X servo drives
Q2 2
3
4
5
6
1-X10
2-X10
6
4
Q1
2
1
5
3
1
L1 L2 L3
A1
3-X10
4-X10
PWR+ 4
PWRI– 3
PWRO2 2
PWRO1 1
X4
0VDC 4
0VDC 3
+ 24VDC 2
XOA
+ 24VDC 1
4
6 W/T3 T/L3 3
X9
X2
Resolver
feedback
KM2
Control
circuit
X10
X3
R1A 2
2-X3
R1C 3
3-X3
15-X3
Enable 15
3
S/L2 2
5 V/T2
4 U/T1 R/L1 1
0V
X1
Encoder
feedback
Q1: magnetic circuit breaker, see page 62
Control circuit of LXM 15MDppN4, LXM 15HCppN4X servo drives
c 24 V
F1
S1
Door
S21 S11 B1
XPS ATE
K1
PWRO
S22
13 23
K2
K2
KM2
1 2
K1
K1
K2
K4
K3
K2
K4
K2
K3
K4
A2
PE
Y1
S33
KM2
Reset
14 24
Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5
58 68 78
(Stop1)
K3
K1
(S22)
+
115 V
230 V
2-X10
Y+
57 67 77
(S12)
(4)
T –
S12
1-X10
(A1-A2)
A1
Enable control
system
Request for
access
Y88
Y89
Y90
Y91
K2
K2
2-X3
Servo drive
OK
K2
15-X3
4-X10
3-X3
0V
3-X10
KM2
PWRI
K2
Latch
electromagnet
XPS ATE: Preventa safety module, please consult our “Safety solutions using Preventa” specialist catalogue
Timing diagram
Comments
b Time delay Tv on the XPS ATE monitoring module
must be long enough for the axis to come to a
controlled stop.
b Lexium 15 MP and 15 HP servo drive parameters:
v StopMode = 0: Axis performs a freewheel stop
v StopMode = 1: Axis comes to a controlled stop
according to the emergency deceleration ramp
Request for access
to protected area
S1
Contactor
servo motor
KM2
Lexium servo drive
anti-start
PWRI
Latch opening
authorized
K2
Latch electromagnet
Door contact
Reset
Lexium servo drive
speed reference
Tv < 300 ms
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
Lexium 15 MP and 15 HP servo drives
Recommended wiring diagrams complying with
standard EN 954-1
Category 4 safety level in accordance with EN 954-1
Power circuit of LXM 15MDppN4, LXM 15HCppN4X servo drives
Q2 2
3
4
5
6
1-X10
2-X10
6
4
Q1
2
1
5
3
1
L1 L2 L3
A1
3-X10
4-X10
PWR+ 4
PWRI– 3
PWRO2 2
X4
PWRO1 1
0VDC 4
0VDC 3
+ 24VDC 2
XOA
+ 24VDC 1
4
6 W/T3 T/L3 3
X9
X2
R1A 2
2-X3
R1C 3
3-X3
15-X3
X1
Encoder
feedback
Resolver
feedback
KM2
Control
circuit
X10
X3
Enable 15
3
S/L2 2
5 V/T2
4 U/T1 R/L1 1
0V
Q1: magnetic circuit breaker, see page 62
Control circuit of LXM 15MDppN4, LXM 15HCppN4X servo drives
c 24 V
F1
2-X3
Request
for access
A1
S13 S11 S31
Enable control
system
3-X3
Door
S1
1-X10
To control system
PWRO
S32
S12
S14
03
13
23
37
47
57
Y+
2-X10
Y64
Y74
Y84
K2
KM2
K1
K2
K3/K4
K1/K2
K3
K2
K4
XPS AV
A2 Y39
S33
S21
S1
S22
S34
K2
Y40
04
14
24
38
48
58
K2
Reset
KM2
15-X3
Servo drive
4-X10
0V
3-X10
KM2
PWRI
K2
Latch
electromagnet
XPS AV: Preventa safety module, please consult our “Safety solutions using Preventa” specialist catalogue
Timing diagram
Comments
b Time delay Tv on the XPS AV monitoring module
must be long enough for the axis to come to a
controlled stop.
b Lexium 15 MP and 15 HP servo drive parameters:
v StopMode = 0: Axis performs a freewheel stop
v StopMode = 1: Axis comes to a controlled stop
according to the emergency deceleration ramp
Request for access
to protected area
S1
Contactor
servo motor
KM2
Lexium servo drive
anti-start
PWRI
Latch opening
authorized
K2
Latch electromagnet
Door contact
Reset
Lexium servo drive
speed reference
Tv < 300 ms
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
Lexium 15 servo drives
Example of connection of a set of two Lexium 15 MP servo drives and one Lexium 15 LP
servo drive with distribution of braking energy (1) (2)
5
3
1
L3 L2 L1
LXM 15MDppN4
XOA
6
4
2
Q1 (3)
0 VDC
3
6 Q2
2 Q2
+ 24 VDC
(4)
54
1
100…240 Va
A4
A1
LXM 15MDppN4
XOB
XOA
LXM 15LpppN4
XOB
X0
1
1
1
1
4
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
2
4
4
4
4
X4
A3
1
X4
X4
1
2
1
2
1
2
3
4
3
4
3
4
X7
X7
PC/-
PC/-
PA/+
PA/+
X8
(5)
X1
1
PC/-
PC/-
PA/+
PA/+
(5)
(6)
X2
4
X2
2
PC/PA/+
X8
X1
1
3
4
X8
X8
X2
2
Example of Lexium 15
servo drive connection
A2
5
3
4
X9
1
X9
X9
1
2
Sensor
2
Sensor
1
2
Sensor
Additional components required (for the complete references, please consult our “Motor starter solutions - Control and protection components” specialist
catalogue).
Item no.
Designation
A1, A2, A3
Lexium 15 servo drives, see page 28.
For different power ratings, power A1 u power A2 u power A3
A4
Phaseo power supply, please consult our “Interfaces, I/O splitter boxes and power supplies” specialist catalogue.
Q1 (3)
Circuit breaker
Q2
GV2-L circuit breaker rated at twice the nominal current of supply A1
1
Servo motor/servo drive power connection cable, see pages 132 and 180
2
Servo motor/servo drive control connection cable, see pages 133 and 181
(1) The same connection principle is possible for connecting Lexium 15 HP servo drive DC buses in parallel. Please consult your Regional Sales Office.
(2) Only servo drives that have the same supply voltage can be connected on the same DC bus.
(3) Circuit breaker Q1 and the power supply cables must be of sufficient size to provide protection against overloads and short-circuits on each servo drive.
Connectors X0, XOA, XOB limit the line current to 20 A rms. For line currents > 20 A rms, use separate power supplies and protection devices for the servo drives.
(4) On the X4 connector on the main servo drive (A1), check that the sum of the 24 V c power supply currents on the servo drives and the holding brakes (optional)
is y 10 A.
(5) Connectors X7 and X8 limit the DC bus current to 20 A.
(6) Not connected
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
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Lexium 15 servo drives
Connection of Lexium 15 servo drives to installation with IT netural system
(isolated or impedance earthed neutral)
In this type of installation, a 3-phase LV/LV transformer must be inserted in the
supply circuit for the servo drives, which thus allows a TT load system to be
recreated on the secondary side. This diagram, with a secondary star transformer,
thus meets the following requirements:
b Protection of personnel
b Adaptation of the supply voltage
5
3
1
L1 L2 L3
6
4
2
Q1
1w 1v
1v
If a Lexium 15 HP servo drive is connected, inserting an isolation transformer
eliminates the need for a line choke (VW3 M4 3pp).
Primary
Merlin Gerin or Square D 3-phase T1 transformer to be used
The size of the transformers is defined using the following formulae:
T1
b Lexium servo drives with independent power supply (one transformer per
servo drive):
Secondary
T/L3
S/L2
PE
R/L1
Pu = ( 3 × Un × In × K ) × 1,5
where Pu: unit power (kVA), Un: nominal input voltage (V), In: continuous current (A),
K = 0.9: reduction factor for the servo drive, and factor 1.5: factor taking account of
the inrush and peak currents of the servo drives.
Lexium 15
b Lexium servo drives with common power supply (one transformer per
n servo drives):
Connection of a servo drive to an
installation with an IT neutral system
Pm = ( ΣPu ) ⁄ 2
If Pm < Pu of the largest servo drive, take Pm = Pu of the largest servo drive. Where
Pm: usable power (kVA), and Pu: servo drive unit power (kVA). Formula not
applicable for continuous operation (S1 mode).
Selection of Merlin Gerin transformer with 3 x 400 V rms primary voltage
Lexium 15 servo drives with
independent power supply
Required power Pu
Merlin Gerin
Nominal
3-phase LV/LV T1 transformer
transformer
power
to be used
Reference
Lexium 15 servo drives with
common power supply
Power required Pm Reference
LXM 15
LU60N4 LD10N4 LD17N4 MD28N4 MD40N4 MD56N4 HC11N4X HC20N4X
400 V rms (1) kVA
400 V rms (1) kVA
400/400 V rms
kVA
400/400 V rms
1.4
2.5
2.8
4
5.6
6.3
9.4
10
13.1
16
19
20
38
40
66
80
84030
84032
84033
84035
84037
84038
84041
84044
2.5
4
6.3
10
16
20
40
80
160
84030
84032
84033
84035
84037
84038
84041
84044
84047
Selection of Square D transformer with 3 x 460 V rms primary voltage
Lexium 15 servo drives with
independent power supply
Required power Pu
Square D
Nominal
3-phase LV/LV T1 transformer
transformer
power
to be used
Reference
Lexium 15 servo drives with
common power supply
Power required Pm Reference
LXM 15
LU60N4 LD10N4 LD17N4 MD28N4 MD40N4 MD56N4 HC11N4X HC20N4X
460 V rms (1) kVA
460 V rms (1) kVA
460/460 V rms
kVA
460/460 V rms
1.4
–
2.8
–
5.6
7.5
9.4
11
13.1
15
19
20
38
40
66
75
–
–
7T145
HDIT
11T145
HDIT
15T145
HDIT
20T145
HDIT
40T145
HDIT
75T145
HDIT
2.5
4
7.5
11
15
20
40
75
145
(2)
(2)
7T145
HDIT
11T145
HDIT
15T145
HDIT
20T145
HDIT
40T145
HDIT
75T145
HDIT
145T145
HDIT
(1) 3-phase secondary voltage
(2) Please consult your Regional Sales Office.
Note: Unit equivalent: 1 kW = 0.746 HP
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
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Combinations
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Motor starters
Protection by circuit breaker
535086
Applications
103279
The combinations listed below can be used to create a complete motor starter unit
comprising a circuit breaker, a contactor and a Lexium 15 servo drive.
The circuit breaker provides protection against accidental short-circuits, disconnection
and, if necessary, isolation.
The contactor turns on and manages any safety features, as well as isolating the
servo motor on stopping.
The servo drive controls the servo motor, provides protection against short-circuits
between the servo drive and the servo motor and protects the motor cable against
overloads. The overload protection is provided by the motor thermal protection of the
servo drive.
105808
Motor starters for Lexium 15 LP servo drives
Servo drive
Reference
Nominal
power
kW
Circuit breaker
Reference
Contactor
Reference (1) (2)
Rating
A
Single phase supply voltage: 200…240 V a 50/60 Hz
LXM 15LD13M3
LXM 15LD21M3
LXM 15LD28M3
0.9
1.2
1.2
GV2 L14
GV2 L14
GV2 L14
10
10
10
LC1 K0610pp
LC1 K0610pp
LC1 K0610pp
Three phase supply voltage: 200…240 V a 50/60 Hz
GV2 L14
+
LC1 D09pp
+
LXM 15LD21M3
LXM 15LD13M3
LXM 15LD21M3
LXM 15LD28M3
1
2.1
3.4
GV2 L10
GV2 L14
GV2 L16
6.3
10
14
LC1 K0610pp
LC1 D09pp
LC1 D12pp
Three phase supply voltage: 208…480 V a 50/60 Hz
LXM 15LU60N4
LXM 15LD10N4
LXM 15LD17N4
1.1
2.1
4.3
GV2 L10
GV2 L10
GV2 L14
6.3
6.3
10
LC1 K0610pp
LC1 K0610pp
LC1 D09pp
535086
Motor starters for Lexium 15 MP servo drives
Servo drive
Reference
Nominal
power
kW
Circuit breaker
Reference
Contactor
Reference (1) (2)
Rating
A
Three phase supply voltage: 208…480 V a 50/60 Hz
103283
LXM 15MD28N4
LXM 15MD40N4
LXM 15MD56N4
5.7
7.9
4.3
GV2 L16
GV2 L22
GV2 L22
14
25
25
LC1 D12pp
LC1 D18pp
LC1 D32pp
Motor starters for Lexium 15 HP servo drives
105812
Servo drive
Reference
Nominal
power
kW
Circuit breaker
Reference (3)
Rating
Contactor
Reference (1) (2)
A
Three phase supply voltage: 208…480 V a 50/60 Hz
LXM 15HC11N4X
LXM 15HC20N4X
22.3
42.5
NS100HMA50
NS100LMA100
50
100
LC1 D50pp
LC1 D80pp
(1) Composition of contactors:
LC1 K06: 3 poles + 1 N/O auxiliary contact
LC1 D pp: 3 poles + 1 N/O auxiliary contact + 1 N/C auxiliary contact
(2) Replace pp with the control circuit voltage reference given in the table below:
AC control circuit
GV2 L22
+
LC1 D32pp
+
LXM 15MD56N4
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Volts a 24
48
110
220
230
240
50/60 Hz B7
E7
F7
M7
P7
U7
Volts a 24
48
110
220/230
230
230/240
LC1 D
50 Hz
B5
E5
F5
M5
P5
U5
60 Hz
B6
E6
F6
M6
–
U6
50/60 Hz B7
E7
F7
M7
P7
U7
For other voltages between 24 V and 660 V, or a DC control circuit, please consult your Regional
Sales Office.
(3) NS100pMA: Products sold under the Merlin Gerin brand.
LC1 K
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Motor starters
Protection using fuses
Protection of Lexium 15 LP servo drives using fuses
Servo drive
Reference
Nominal power
kW
Fuse to be fitted upstream
Type
Current
A
Single phase supply voltage: 200…240 V a 50/60 Hz
LXM 15LD13M3
0.9
aT
10
LXM 15LD21M3
1.2
aT
10
LXM 15LD28M3
1.2
aT
10
Three phase supply voltage: 200…240 V a 50/60 Hz
LXM 15LD13M3
1
aT
6
LXM 15LD21M3
2.1
aT
10
LXM 15LD28M3
3.4
aT
16
Three phase supply voltage: 208…480 V a 50/60 Hz
LXM 15LU60N4
1.1
aT
6
LXM 15LD10N4
2.1
aT
6
LXM 15LD17N4
4.3
aT
10
Protection of Lexium 15 MP servo drives using fuses
Servo drive
Reference
Nominal power
kW
Fuse to be fitted upstream
Type
Current
A
Three phase supply voltage: 208…480 V a 50/60 Hz
LXM 15MD28N4
5.7
aM
16
LXM 15MD40N4
7.9
aM
20
LXM 15MD56N4
11.4
aM
25
Protection of Lexium 15 HP servo drives using fuses
Servo drive
Reference
Nominal power
kW
Fuse to be fitted upstream
Type
Current
A
Three phase supply voltage: 208…480 V a 50/60 Hz
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
LXM 15HC11N4X
22.3
aM
40
LXM 15HC20N4X
42.5
aM
63
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
Schemes:
pages 50 to 61
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Mounting and installation
recommendations
Lexium 15 motion control
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Lexium 15 servo drives
Mounting recommendations
LXM 15LD13M3 and LXM 15LU60N4 servo drives are cooled by natural convection.
The other servo drives, LXM 15LD21M3, LD28M3, LXM 15pDppN4 and LXM 15HCppN4X, have an integrated fan.
When the servo drive is installed in an enclosure, the following instructions should be followed with regard to the temperature and protection
index:
b Provide sufficient cooling of the servo drive by complying with the minimum mounting distances
b Do not mount the servo drive near heat sources
b Do not mount the servo drive on flammable materials
b Do not heat the servo drive cooling air by currents of hot air from other equipment and components, for example from an external braking
resistor
b If the servo drive is used above its thermal limits, the control stops due to overtemperature
b Mount the servo drive vertically (± 10%).
Note: Do not use insulated enclosures, as they have a poor level of conductivity.
Mounting
Cooling principle
LXM 15Lppppp servo drives (1)
(4)
75
75
40
257
40
15
14,5
(5)
51 24 51 24 51
14,5
(5)
(4)
LXM 15MDppN4 servo drives (2) (3)
LXM 15HCppN4X servo drives (2) (3)
(4)
40
(5)
70
70
70
50
40
(5)
(4)
361
305
(4)
70
(5)
85
215
70
(5)
(4)
(1) Ambient air temperature: 0…+ 40°C without derating. From + 40…+ 55°C with derating of the motor output current by 2.5% per additional °C.
(2) Ambient air temperature: 0…+ 45°C without derating. From + 45…+ 55°C with derating of the motor output current by 2.5% per additional °C.
(3) For easier connection of the power cables, leave a free space u 200 mm beneath the servo drive.
(4) Cable clip or ducting
(5) Minimum distance between the inside panel of the enclosure and the side of the servo drive.
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
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recommendations (continued) motion control
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Lexium 15 servo drives
Recommendations for mounting in an enclosure
Natural convection
Forced cooling
To ensure good air circulation in the servo drive:
b Fit ventilation grilles on the enclosure.
b Ensure that ventilation is adequate: if not install a forced ventilation unit with a
filter.
b Any apertures and/or fans must provide a flow rate at least equal to that of the
servo drive fans (see below).
b Use special filters with IP 54 protection.
Servo drive
Ventilation
LXM 15LD13M3
Dissipated power
W
35
Natural convection
Flow rate
m3 /hour
–
LXM 15LD21M3
60
Integrated fan
60
LXM 15LD28M3
90
Integrated fan
60
LXM 15LU60N4
40
Natural convection
–
LXM 15LD10N4
60
Integrated fan
60
LXM 15LD17N4
90
Integrated fan
60
LXM 15MD28N4
90
Integrated fan
60
LXM 15MD40N4
160
Integrated fan
110
LXM 15MD56N4
200
Integrated fan
160
LXM 15HC11N4X
400
Integrated fan
340
LXM 15HC20N4X
700
Integrated fan
470
Sealed metal enclosure (IP 54 degree of protection)
The servo drive must be mounted in a dust and damp proof enclosure in certain
environmental conditions, such as dust, corrosive gases, high humidity with risk of
condensation and dripping water, splashing liquid, etc.
In these cases, Lexium 15 servo drives can be installed in an enclosure where the
internal temperature must not exceed 40°C.
Calculating the dimensions of the enclosure
Maximum thermal resistance Rth (°C/W)
The thermal resistance is defined by the following formula:
R
θ° – θe
= -----------------th
P
θ = maximum temperature inside enclosure in °C
θe = maximum external temperature in °C
P = total power dissipated in the enclosure in W
Power dissipated by the servo drive: see table above.
Add the power dissipated by the other equipment components.
Useful heat exchange area of enclosure S (m2)
For an enclosure fixed to the wall, the useful heat exchange area is defined as the
sum of the areas of the 2 sides + top + front panel
k
S = ---------R
th
k = thermal resistance per m2 of the enclosure
For a metal enclosure:
b k = 0.12 with internal fan
b k = 0.15 without fan
Note: Do not use insulated enclosures, as they have a poor level of conductivity.
Presentation:
pages 8 and 9
Functions:
pages 14 to 23
Characteristics:
pages 24 to 27
References:
pages 28 and 29
Dimensions:
pages 48 and 49
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Selection guide
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Lexium 15 motion control
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Modicon Premium motion control modules
Application type
Master/slave (cam profile, cut on the fly)
Number of axes
Frequency per axis
2/4 axes
Counting: 500 kHz with an
incremental encoder
Counter inputs
Per axis:
- incremental encoder 5 Vc, RS 422/RS 485 or Totem pole
- SSI serial absolute encoder 16 to 25 bits,10…30 Vc
- Parallel output absolute encoder 16 to 24 bits, 5/10/30 Vc with Advantys Telefast
(ABE 7CPA11) conversion sub-base
Command outputs
Per axis:
- 1 analog output ± 10 V, 13 bits + sign, servo drive reference
Auxiliary I/O
Per axis:
- 4 "discrete" inputs 24 Vc (homing cam, event, recalibration, emergency stop)
- 1 input/1 output for servo drive control
- 1 reflex output 24 Vc
Functions
Servo control on
independent linear axis
Processing
Positioning of a moving part on an axis following the motion control functions supplied by the
Premium PLC processor
2/4 axes
3 axes
Acquisition: 200 kHz with a SSI series absolute encoder or an
absolute encoder with parallel outputs
Servo control on
independent infinite axis
Follower axis (dynamic ratio)
Realtime correction of servo
drive offset
Servo control on independent
linear or independent infinite
axis
Linear interpolation on 2 or 3
axes
Realtime correction of servo
drive offset
Parameter setting, adjustment and debugging of axes by Unity Pro and PL7 Junior/Pro software
Events
User-definable activation of the event-triggered task
Connections
9 and 15-way SUB-D type connectors for encoder input (direct or TSX TAP S15pp
accessories), speed reference
HE 10 connector for auxiliary inputs
Advantys Telefast prewiring system (ABE 7CPA01, ABE 7H16R20, ABE 7CPA11)
Specific accessories (TSX TAP MAS)
Module type
TSX CAY p1
TSX CAY p2
(1)
(1)
Pages
TSX CAY 33
71
(1) TSX CAY p1/ p2: substitute 2 for 2 axe module, 4 for 4 axe module.
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1
Synchronized multiaxis
8 axes
SERCOS network ring: 4 Mbps
16 axes
8 axes
Per SERCOS digital link
Per SERCOS digital link
Per SERCOS digital link
Independent linear or infinite axes
Follower axes (6 slaves) by gearing or camming
Manual mode (JOG and INC)
Special functions, see page 76
4 groups of axes with simple 2 to 8 axes linear interpolation
–
Path functions:
2 groups of 3 axes or 3 groups of 2 axes.
With linear and circular interpolation with links via
polynomial interpolation
Axis parameter setting, adjustment and debugging using Unity Pro and PL7 Junior/Pro software
User-definable activation of the event-triggered task
By 2 SMA type connectors for plastic (or glass) fibre optic cable
TSX CSY 84
TSX CSY 164
TSX CSY 85
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Lexium 15 motion control
Presentation,
description
1
1
TSX CAY motion control modules for
servo motors
Presentation
The servo-controlled TSX CAYpp positioning axis control offer is designed for
machines requiring both high performance servo motion control in conjunction with
PLC sequential control.
Premium
PLC
+
TSX CAY
module
Lexium
servo drive
Depending on the model, the TSX CAY pp modules make it possible to:
b Control 2 independent axes (TSX CAY 21/22)
b Control up to 4 independent axes (TSX CAY 41/42)
b Control 3 linearly interpolated axes (TSX CAY 33)
They accept servo drives with ±10 V analog inputs including Lexium 05, Lexium 15,
Lexium 17D and Twin Line TLD 13 servo drives.
TSX CAY pp modules can be inserted, like all application-specific modules, in all
Premium PLC or Slot PLC Atrium slots.
Servo motor
Description
On the front panel of the TSX CAY pp axis control modules there is:
1 A 15-way SUB-D connector per axis for connection of an incremental or absolute
encoder
2 A 9-way SUB-D connector for all axes for connection of an analog output "speed
reference" for each axis
3 An HE 10 to 20-way connector for all axes for connection:
v of auxiliary servo drive control inputs
v of external power supply of servo drive inputs/outputs
4 An HE 10 to 20-way connector for two axes (0/1 or 2/3) for connection:
v of auxiliary inputs: homing cam, emergency stop, event, recalibration,
v of reflex outputs
v external sensor and preactuator power supplies
5 rigid casing that performs the functions of:
v supporting electronic cards
v attaching and locking the module in its slot
6 LEDs for module diagnostics:
v diagnostics at module level:
- Green RUN LED: module in operation
- Red ERR LED: internal fault, module out of service
- red I/O LED: external fault
v diagnostics at axis level:
- Green CHp LED: axis diagnostics present
5
6
1
2
3
4
TSX CAY 21/22
5
6
1
2
3
4
TSX CAY 41/42
Operation
Diagram of an axis
Configuration
+ adjustment
%KW.%MW
Encoder input
Configuration
parameters
Servo control loop
Servo drive speed reference output
SMOVE function
%O, %QW
Processing
Auxiliary
input/output
processing
Cam input (homing)
Event input
Recalibration input
Emergency stop input
Default servo drive input
%I, %IW
Servo drive validation output
Reflex output
Axis control modules are set up using Unity Pro or PL7 Junior/Pro software.
Premium TSX P57 pp3M/4M and Atrium TPCX57pp3M or TSX PCI 57pp4M
slot PLCs are required for TSX CAY 22/42/33 modules.
Characteristics:
pages 69 and 70
References:
pages 71 and 72
Connections:
page 73
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Characteristics
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TSX CAY motion control modules for
servo motors
Functional characteristics
Module type
Servo control loop
Period
ms
TSX CAY 21/22
TSX CAY 41/42
TSX CAY 33
Proportional to overshoot compensation and gain switching
2
4
Paths
Speed profile
Trapezoid or parabolic
Resolution
Minimum
Maximum
0.5 position units per point
1000 position units per point
Length of axis
Minimum
Maximum
TSX CAY 21: 32,000
points
TSX CAY 22: 256 points
32,000,000 points
Speed
Minimum
Maximum
54,000 points/min
270,000 points/min
Acceleration
(Change from 0 to VMAX)
Minimum
Maximum
Operating modes
OFF
s
ms
10
8
TSX CAY 41: 32,000 points
TSX CAY 33: 256 points
TSX CAY 42: 256 points
16
Measuring mode, disabling of the servo control loop
The module operates by acquiring the position and current speed
Servo control is switched off, disabling of the servo control loop
The module operates only in analog output
Motion control by an operator:
- movement by viewing
- incremental movement
Sequence of movements controlled by a PLC program.
The movements are described by a syntax similar to ISO language. The movements
can be expressed absolutely or relatively (in relation to the current position or the
captured position).
Possibility of "step by step" execution, suspension/resumption of movement, changes
in speed
Axis n of the module is servo controlled:
–
- either at the 0 axis of the same module
- or at a control profile transmitted by application program
Encoder coupling, servo drive present, emergency stop
Control of the proper execution of movements (following difference, operational
window, software stops)
Control consistency check
Parameter validity check
DIR DRIVE
MAN
AUTO
FOLLOWER
Environment
Movements
Control
Parameters
Functionalities
Module type
2/3 axes linear interpolation
TSX CAY 21
–
Limited axes
Yes
Infinite axes
Following axes
TSX CAY 22
TSX CAY 41
TSX CAY 42
–
Yes
–
Yes
Static ratio
Yes
–
Yes
–
Dynamic ratio
–
Yes
–
Yes
–
Yes
–
Yes
–
Yes (1)
–
Servo drive offset correction
Cut on the fly
On position or on event with
infinite master axis and
linearly-limited slave axis
TSX CAY 33
Yes
–
(1) The TSX CAY 22 module's cut on the fly function requires
Unity Pro software version u 2.2 or PL7 Junior/Pro software version u 4.1.
Presentation:
page 68
References:
pages 71 and 72
Connections:
page 73
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Characteristics
(continued)
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TSX CAY motion control modules for
servo motors
Electrical characteristics
Module type
Modularity
TSX CAY 21 TSX CAY 22 TSX CAY 41 TSX CAY 42 TSX CAY 33
2 axes
4 axes
3 axes
Maximum frequency
on the counter
inputs
SSI absolute encoder
CLK frequency
transmission
Incremental encoder x 1
x4
Consumption
5 Vc
24 Vc
Current consumed by module
Typical
on the 10/30 V encoder at 24V
(24 V absolute encoder)
Power dissipated inside the module
Typical
Control of sensor power supplies
kHz
kHz
kHz
mA
mA
mA
W
16 to 25 bits 12 to 25 bits 16 to 25 bits 12 to 25 bits
200
500
250 kHz in input or 1 MHz in counting
1100
1500
15
30
11 (20 max)
22 (40 max)
7.2 (11.5 max)
Yes
10 (17 max)
Counter inputs 5 Vc
(IA/IB/IZ)
Servo drive
control inputs
(1 per axis)
Input characteristics
Type of input
Logic
Nominal values
Value
limits
Voltage
Current
Voltage
At state 1
At state 0
Voltage
Current
Voltage
Current
Control of voltage/sensor feedback
Input impedance for nominal U
Type of input
Conforming to IEC 1131
2-wire compatibility detector:
3-wire compatibility detector
V
mA
V
V
mA
V
mA
Ω
Auxiliary inputs
(homing, event,
recalibration, emergency
stop)
Positive
5
18
y 5.5
u 2.4
> 3.7 (for U = 2.4 V)
y 1.2
< 1 (for U = 1.2 V)
Presence check
270
Resistive
–
–
–
24
8
19...30 (possible up to 34 V, limited 1 hr per 24 hr)
u 11 (OK state)
u 11
> 3.5 (for U = 11 V)
> 6 (for U = 11 V)
y 5 (default state)
y5
< 1.5 (for U = 5 V)
< 2 (for U = 5 V)
–
3000
Current sinks
Type 1
Type 2
Yes (all 24 V detectors)
Yes (all 24 V detectors)
Servo drive validation
(1 relay output per axis)
–
–
–
c 24
5…30
Output characteristics
Type of output
Range
Resolution
LSB value
Nominal voltage
Voltage limit
V
mV
V
V
Analog outputs
(1 per axis)
± 10, 24
13 bits + sign
1.25
–
–
Current
Maximum current
mA
mA
–
1.5
Minimum permitted load
Max voltage drop ON
Leakage current
Switching time
Compatibility with d.c. inputs
V
mA
–
–
–
–
–
Conforming to IEC 1131
Short-circuit and overload protection
–
–
Channel overvoltage protection
–
Protection against reverse polarity
–
Presentation:
page 68
References:
pages 71 and 72
Reflex outputs
(1 per axis)
19...30 (possible up to 34 V,
limited 1 hr per 24 hr)
500 nominal
200 (resistive charge under 625 (for U = 30 or 34 V)
30 V)
1 V/1mA
–
<1
< 0.3
<5 ms
< 500 µs
All positive logic inputs for
which the input resistance
is < 15 kΩ
Yes
By current limiter and
thermal release
Zener diodes between the
inputs and the + 24 V
By diode in the opposite
direction to the power
supply
Connections:
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TSX CAY motion control modules for
servo motors
Motion control modules for servo motors (1)
Type of input
Incremental encoders
5 Vc RS 422, 10…30 Vc
Totem pole (4)
Absolute encoders
RS 485 serial or parallel
(5)
Characteristics
Function
Servo control on independent
500 kHz counter
linear axis
with incremental
encoder
200 kHz acquisition
with absolute serial
encoder
TSX CAY 2 p
No. of
Reference
axes (2) (3)
2
TSX CAY 21
Weight
kg
0.480
4
TSX CAY 41
0.610
2
Servo control on independent
linear or independent infinite axis
Following axes
Servo drive realtime offset
4
correction
Cut on the fly (6)
TSX CAY 22
0.480
TSX CAY 42
0.610
Servo control on linear or
3
infinite axis
Linear interpolation on 2 or 3 axes
Servo drive realtime offset
correction
TSX CAY 33
0.610
Connection elements
Connection accessories
Description
TSX CAY 33
SUB-D connectors
(sold in lots of 2)
Connection
SSI absolute/
incremental encoder
Speed references
TSX CAY 4 p
Type of connector on module
TSX CAY pp
15-way SUB-D (1 per axis)
Item no. Reference
(7)
–
TSX CAP S15
Weight
kg
0.050
9-way SUB-D
(1 per TSX CAY module)
–
TSX CAP S9
0.050
Connection interface for
incremental encoder
Incremental encoder 15-way SUB-D
5 Vc
(1 per axis)
RS 422/RS 485
3
TSX TAP S15 05
0.260
Splitter unit
Speed references
towards
servo drives
9-way SUB-D
(1 per TSX CAY module)
–
TSX TAP MAS
0.590
Telefast 2
connection bases
Speed references
9-way SUB-D
(1 per TSX CAY module)
–
ABE 7CPA01
0.300
Auxiliary inputs,
reflex outputs, I/O
power supply
24 Vc, encoder
power supplies
5/24 Vc
10, 20-way HE
(1 for 2 axes)
–
ABE 7H16R20
0.300
Servo drive control
signals, I/O power
supply 24 Vc
10, 20-way HE
(1 per TSX CAY module)
–
ABE 7H16R20
0.300
TSX TAP S15 05
–
ABE 7CPA11
0.300
Absolute encoders 15-way SUB-D
with parallel outputs
(16 to 24 bit) 5 Vc,
10…30 Vc
(1) To order other accessories please consult our “Automation platform Modicon Premium and Unity - PL7 software” specialist
catalogue.
(2) Double format TSX CAY 41/42/33 modules.
(3) Supplied with a multilingual quick reference guide: in English and French.
(4) Totem pole encoder with supplementary Push/Pull outputs.
(5) Parallel output absolute encoders with ABE 7CPA11 adaptor interface.
(6) Cut on the fly function available with TSX CAY 22 module. Requires Unity Pro software version u 2.2 or
PL7 Junior/Pro software version u 4.1
(7) Item no. see page 73.
Adaptor base
TSX TAP MAS
ABE 7CPA01
ABE 7H16R20
Presentation:
page 68
Characteristics::
pages 69 and 70
Connections:
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Connection elements (continued)
Cables
Description
Cables
fitted with
SUB-D connectors
Use
From
TSX CAYpp module,
15-way SUB-D
connector
To
TSX TAP S15 05
interface or
ABE 7CPA11
adaptor base
(15-way SUB-D
connector)
Item no. Length
(1)
m
2
0.5
TSX CAYpp module,
9-way SUB-D
connector (speed
reference)
Sectors
equipped with a SUB-D
connector and a free end
(servo drive side)
Connection cables fitted with
HE 10 connectors
TSX CDP pp3
Sectors
equipped with an HE 10
connector and a free end
(servo drive side)
Cables equipped for
Lexium 15 servo drives
ABE 7CPA01
4
sub-base or
TSX TAP MAS
splitter unit
(15-way SUB-D
connector)
TSX CAY pp module, Lexium 05/15/17D
5
or TSX TAP MAS unit servo drive speed
reference, Twin Line
TLD 13 or other drives
(section 0.205 mm 2)
TSX CAY pp module, ABE 7H16R20
6
(cast mould 20-way sub-base
HE 10 connector)
(10, 20-way HE
connector)
500 mA max cable
7
TSX CAY pp module, Auxiliary inputs,
(cast mould 20-way reflex output,
HE 10 connector)
control signals,
power supplies (free
end)
20 wire 500 mA max
sectors
TSX CAY pp module, Simulated incremental 8
15-way SUB-D
encoder feedback
connector (encoder (9-way SUB-D
input)
connector)
Simulated absolute
encoder feedback
(9-way SUB-D
connector)
TSX CDP p01
(1) Item no. see page 73.
Presentation:
page 68
Characteristics::
pages 69 and 70
9
Reference
TSX CCP S15 050
Weight
kg
0.110
1
TSX CCP S15 100
0.160
2.5
TSX CCP S15
0.220
2.5
TSX CXP 213
0.270
6
TSX CXP 613
0.580
6
TSX CDP 611
0.790
0.5
TSX CDP 053
0.085
1
TSX CDP 103
0.150
2
TSX CDP 203
0.280
3
TSX CDP 303
0.410
5
TSX CDP 503
0.670
3
TSX CDP 301
0.400
5
TSX CDP 501
0.660
2
TSX CXP 235
0.210
6
TSX CXP 635
0.470
2
TSX CXP 245
0.210
6
TSX CXP 645
0.470
Connections:
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Example of Lexium 15 servo drive connection for BDH/BSH servo motor
Incremental encoder
8
SSI absolute encoder
9
5
X3
5
1
3
black
blue
brown
2
4
Speed
reference
0 axis
To other
Lexium
servo drives
24 Vc power supply
Lexium15
servo drive
++ – –
6
AI1 +
AI1 ACom
r
TSX TAP MAS
TSX CAY 42
++ – –
Simulated
encoder
feedback
0 axis
X5
C
C
C
C
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
1
2
3
4
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
Telefast 2
ABE-7H16R20
7
++ – –
101
112
212
1
2
Enable
R1A
R1C
212
112
4
3
DCOM/0VDC
LI1
Auxiliary I/O
0 axis
servo drive
24 Vc power supply
Auxiliary I/O sensors
++ – –
6
C
C
C
C
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
1
2
3
4
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
Telefast 2
ABE-7H16R20
1 Absolute/incremental encoder
2 TSX CCP S15ppp fitted cable
(encoder feedback)
3 TSX TAP S15 05 connector
Presentation:
page 68
Characteristics::
pages 69 and 70
4
5
6
7
TSX CXP 213/613 fitted cable
TSX CDP 611 fitted sector
TSX CDPpp3 fitted cable
TSX CDPp01 fitted sector
Auxiliary I/O
8 TSX CXP 235/635 fitted cable
(simulated incremental encoder feedback)
9 TSX CXP 245/645 fitted cable
(simulated SSI absolute encoder feedback)
References:
pages 71 and 72
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SERCOS TSX CSY 84/85/164
motion control modules
Presentation
Fibre optic cables
SERCOS network ring
Premium PLC +
TSX CSY84/85/164
module
Lexium 15
servo drives
(with SERCOS
AM0 SER 001 V000
option card)
BDH/BSH
servo motors
SERCOS (SERiaI COmmunication System) is a communication standard which
defines the digital link (exchange protocol and medium) between a motion control
module and servo drives. This is defined in European standard EN 61491.
The use of SERCOS distributed architecture allows application I/O (position
encoder, emergency stop, etc.) to be connected directly to the servo drives, thus
reducing connection costs. The fibre optic digital link permits high speed exchanges
(2 or 4 Mbps) while ensuring a high level of immunity in disturbed industrial
environments.
The SERCOS range in the Premium automation platform consists of:
b TSX CSY 84/85/164 axis control modules (1) which can each control up to 8 servo
drives (TSX CSY 84/85) and 16 servo drives (TSX CSY 164) via a SERCOS ring.
The module calculates the path and the interpolation for several axes (position
mode). Access to the other modes (speed and torque) is possible with the assistance
of Schneider Electric application services.
b 1.5 A to 70 A permanent Lexium 15 servo drives (fitted with SERCOS option card).
The servo drives manage the position loop, speed loop and torque loop, and ensure
power conversion to control the servo motor. The sensor feedback information is sent
to the servo drive (current position, current speed).
b BDH and BSH servo motors. The motors feature permanent magnets delivering a
high power-to-weight ratio, resulting in excellent dynamic speed response in a
compact unit.
The Lexium 15 range offers all the accessories required (line chokes, braking
resistors, etc.) as well as a full set of connectors.
(1) The TSX CSY 85 module also supports path functions using the TjE path editor software.
System overview
The system overview shows the various functions performed by the different parts of
the multi-axis control system.
Unity Pro,
PL7 Junior/Pro
UniLink
Premium/Atrium
PLC
TSX CSY 84/85/164
SERCOS module
Lexium 15 servo
drive (with SERCOS
option card)
Application
program
Linear or infinite
independent axes
2 to 8-axis linear
interpolation
Follower axes
(6 slaves) by
gearing or profiled
cams
Interpretation of
commands
Position loop
Speed loop
Current loop
Power conversion
Bus X
SERCOS ring
Speed
BDH/BSH
servo
motors
Position
(to Lexium 15 servo drive network)
Characteristics:
pages 76 and 77
Functions:
pages 78 to 80
References:
page 81
Connections:
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System overview (continued)
PL7 Junior/Pro or Unity Pro software via the Premium platform terminal port can be
used to:
b Declare SERCOS TSX CSY 84/85/164 modules in the PLC configuration.
b Configure the functions and define the parameters for the axes used.
b Program the movements in the PLC application.
b Adjust the parameters via the operating codes (parameters, TSX CSY module and
Lexium 15 servo drive with SERCOS option card).
b Test and debug the application.
Unilink software, via the Lexium 15 servo drive's RS 232 terminal port (with SERCOS
option card) can be used to:
b Define types of Lexium 15 servo drive (with SERCOS option card) and BDH/BSH
servo motor.
b Adjust the parameters for Lexium 15 servo drives (with SERCOS option card),
back them up in the servo drive EEprom memory and save them on a compatible PC.
Description
3
4
6
5
7
1
2
TSX CSY 84/164
3
4
6
5
7
1
2
The SERCOS TSX CSY 84/85/164 axis control modules comprise:
1 An SMA-type connector, marked TX, for connecting the servo drives using the
SERCOS ring fibre optic transmission cable.
2 An SMA-type connector, marked RX, for connecting the servo drives using the
SERCOS ring fibre optic reception cable.
3 Double format rigid casing, in order to:
v Support electronic cards.
v Attach and lock the module in its slot.
4 Module diagnostics LEDs:
v RUN LED (green): LED ON indicates module operating correctly.
v SER LED (yellow): flashing LED indicates data transmission and reception on the
SERCOS network.
v ERR LED (red):
- LED ON indicates internal module fault.
- flashing LED on module start up indicates communication fault, incompatible
configuration or application missing.
v I/O LED (red): LED ON indicates external fault or application fault.
v INI LED (yellow): flashing LED indicates module reinitializing.
5 Channel diagnostic LEDs (green): LED ON indicates axis operating normally;
OFF: configuration fault; flashing: serious error on axis:
v 1 to 8: display of 8 real axes (1).
v 9 to 12: display of 4 imaginary axes (1).
v 13 to 16: display of 4 remote axes (1).
v 17 to 20: display of 4 coordinated sets.
v 21 to 24: display of 4 follower sets.
6 A pencil point button to reinitialize the module.
7 Two mini DIN type 8-way connectors for Schneider Electric use.
TSX CSY 85
(1) 1 to 16: display of 16 axes (real, imaginary or remote) with module TSX CSY 164.
Presentation:
page 74
Characteristics:
pages 76 and 77
Functions:
pages 78 to 80
References:
page 81
Connections:
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Electrical characteristics
Module type
SERCOS network:
Type
TSX CSY 84
TSX CSY 85
TSX CSY 164
Industrial support complying with standard EN 61491
Topology
Ring
Medium
Fibre optic cable
Rate
4 Mbps by default
Cycle time (1)
(independent axes)
ms
Max. number of segments
Length of segment
m
Distance
m
2 axes
2
9
4 axes
2
8 axes
4
2/4/8 axes
2
17
12 axes
3
16 axes
4
Power consumption for 5 Vc voltage
A
38 max. with plastic fibre optic cable,
150 max. with glass fibre optic cable
100 max. (2) between TSX CSY 84/85/164 axis control module and Premium
processor
TSX CSY 84/164 modules comply with SERCOS IEC/EN 61491 certification
and with the tests defined by IGS (SERCOS Interest Group).
Certification no. Z00030
1.8
Power dissipated in the module
W
9 (typical)
Bus X
SERCOS certification
Operating characteristics
Module type
Number of channels
Type of axes
TSX CSY 84
TSX CSY 85
TSX CSY 164
32 configurable channels (0 to 31), channel 0 used for SERCOS ring configuration
Real axes (connected to a
servo drive)
8 (channels 1 to 8)
Imaginary axes
4 (channels 9 to 12)
Remote axes (3)
4 (channels 13 to 16)
Set of axes
16 (channels 1 to 16) may be dynamically
configured as real axes, imaginary axes
or external encoders
4 coordinated (channels 17 to 20)
Each set allows simple linear interpolation of 2 to 8 axes
4 followers (channels 21 to 24)
Each set can have up to 7 axes: 1 master/6 slaves in gearing or camming mode
Cam profile
7 (channels 25 to 31). Used to create the electronic cams with linear or cubic
interpolation between profile points
Path functions
Simple linear paths, Linear paths:
Simple linear paths, following of
following of auxiliary - with 3° or 5°
auxiliary axes
axes
polynomial links.
- with circular link on
2 axes.
Circular path
TjE path editor
software for sets of
2 or 3 axes
(1) 4 ms default value. Values may be programmed according to the number of axes.
(2) Without use of the TSX REY 200 bus X remote module.
(3) Determine external position using an encoder connected to the servo drive position input.
Presentation:
page 74
Functions:
pages 78 to 80
References:
page 81
Connections:
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Main functions of TSX CSY 84/85/164 modules
Programming
Movements
Homing, absolute, relative or continuous
Immediate movement, or queued, to a given position
Speed override possible
Acceleration and deceleration parameters may be set for each axis motion control
Synchronization on start or desynchronization on stop for a slave axis on a master axis in a
given position
Rollover counter
Special functions
Position capture and distance measurement between two edges on one or two logic inputs on
the servo drive. This can be applied to the real or remote axis (position measurement via
external sensor)
Count probe: counts the edges on a logic input on the servo drive over a period of time
Fast index: starts a movement on an event
Registration move: position capture on an edge of the logic input on the servo drive
Rotary knife: cuts using a rotary knife. Synchronizes a circular axis on a linear axis and controls
a logic output on the servo drive
It is possible to develop all other special functions with the assistance of our application
services. Please consult our Regional Sales Offices.
Other special functions
Stop/start functions
Configuration and adjustment SERCOS ring
Presentation:
page 74
Fast stop, stop on configured deceleration profile
Temporary stop
Restart of stopped movement
Choice of stop method:
b on faulty slave: master is not stopped. Master stops normally according to pre-determined
deceleration ramp or servo-driven master emergency stop
b on faulty master: slave stops normally according to pre-determined deceleration ramp or
servo-driven slave emergency stop
On Emergency Stop: calculation of slave axis deceleration ramp alignment with master axis to
obtain synchronized stopping of all axes in the set
On Emergency Stop: axes may be allowed to "freewheel" or may be stopped according to a
pre-determined ramp
Bus cycle time, traffic on the bus, optical power on the fibre, SERCOS loop diagnostics
Acceleration/deceleration
Ramp values, ramp type (rectangular, triangular and trapezoid), choice of units, maximum
acceleration adjustment
Speed
Speed units, default speed, maximum speed, speed override
Other settings
Target window, rollover, software limits
Set of follower axes
Following of master axis by gearing or camming (cam profile), threshold position of master
triggers the following, bias value when synchronizing an axis, monitoring of master/slave
positions, master offset for follower axis
Set of coordinated axes
Type of interpolation: linear
Cam profile
Values of an existing point of a cam profile, number of points (5000 max.), type of interpolation,
table addresses
State of a movement or axis
Moving, accelerating, decelerating, homing, in position, faulty, etc.
Diagnostics
Servo drive fault, axis currently reading data, following error, overvoltage, undervoltage,
overcurrent, power supply fault
Availability of follower axis fault information for a given axis set
Multi-axis motion path control according to a common tolerance for all axes in the motion, with
alarm feature. Only available with the TSX CSY 164 module
Functions:
pages 78 to 80
References:
page 81
Connections:
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Functions specific to the TSX CSY 85 module
Path creation using TjE editor
All paths, whether simple or complex, are divided into linear or circular segments
linked by interpolation laws of 6 possible types. Each segment is characterized by:
b The X and Y coordinates of the point to be reached (in the example on the left, P6)
or "tangented" (P1, P2,....P5)
b The movement speed, maximum or limited according to setpoint (parameter
"ParF0", see screens below):
v The type of interpolation (parameter "ParW0", see screens below)
v The number of points in the linear segment (min. 1 point)
v The number of points in the cubic interpolation part of the segment
v Various other parameters depending on the type of interpolation
Linear interpolation
This type of interpolation is used to create a rectilinear path between the preceding
point P i-1 and point P i defining the segment. The various parameters below are used
as follows:
b "ParW1" indicates the number of points in the linear segment. The number of
points represents the number of intermediate points that the TSX CSY 85 motion
control module must calculate to define the path on the segment (minimum 1).
b "ParW4" is used to indicate that the movement of a third axis will follow the path
(here, a linear segment) using the tangential mode: positioning according to a
constant angle with the path (1).
(1) Available in the future version of the TjE software.
Linear interpolation with 3° polynomial interpolation connection
This type of interpolation is used to create a curve between two linear segments in
accordance with a 3° interpolation in order to smooth the transitions. The path no
longer passes through the defined point Pi (in the example on the left, P1) but follows
a curve defined by the following parameters:
b "ParW2" indicates the number of points in the cubic interpolation part (curve)
b "ParW3" defines the shape coefficient of the cubic interpolation enabling the curve
to move closer to or further from the defined point Pi
b "Iracc1" and "Iracc2" correspond to the initial and final connection lengths. If these
lengths are too great, maximum lengths are calculated by the TSX CSY 85 motion
control module as a function of the previous section for Iracc1 and of the following
section for Iracc2.
Linear interpolation with 5° polynomial interpolation connection
This type of 5° polynomial interpolation is used to define a path in the same way as
that using 3° polynomial interpolation.
Nonetheless, compared to a 3° interpolation, 5° interpolation ensures more flexible
movement.
If the acceleration limit in the segment in question is reached, however, the speed on
the segment can be reduced for this type of connection.
Linear interpolation with circular interpolation connection
This type of interpolation is used to link segments via a circular path (circle arcs or
full circles). The specific parameters defining this type of path are:
b "ParW2" indicates the number of points in the circular interpolation part
b "ParW4" defines whether the arc is greater or less than 180° (defining the arc
direction)
b "ParF1" corresponds to the length of the circular interpolation segment
Circular interpolation is only possible for a movement in a plane involving only 2
axes.
Presentation:
page 74
Characteristics:
pages 76 and 77
References:
page 81
Connections:
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Functions specific to the TSX CSY 85 module (continued)
Circular interpolation according to radius
This type of interpolation is used to connect segments via a circular path (circle arcs)
by specifying the start and end points, the circle radius and the path direction
(clockwise or counter-clockwise). The specific parameters defining this type of path
are:
b "ParW1" indicates the number of points in the circle arc
b "ParW4" defines the path direction (clockwise or counter-clockwise)
b "ParF1" corresponds to the radius of the circle arc
Circular interpolation according to radius:
b Is only possible for a movement in a single plane (2 axes only)
b Cannot be used to create paths in a full circle (to do this, use linear interpolation
with connection according to circular interpolation)
Circular interpolation according to centre
This type of interpolation is also used to connect segments by a circular path (circle
arcs or full circles) by specifying the start and end points, the circle centre
coordinates and the path direction (clockwise or counter-clockwise). The specific
parameters defining this type of path are:
b "ParW1" indicates the number of points in the circle arc
b "ParW4" defines the path direction (clockwise or counter-clockwise)
b "ParF1" indicates the abscissa of the centre of the circle (X)
b "ParF2" indicates the ordinate of the centre of the circle (Y)
Full circular movement is defined as the end point being the same as the start point.
Circular interpolation is only possible for a movement in a single plane (2 axes only).
Tangential axis interpolation
Tangential axis interpolation applied to a third angular axis is used to enable it to
follow the path defined by the first two axes according to a constant and controlled
angle.
Tangential mode will be fully available in a future version.
This version V1.0 of the TSX CSY 85 module, however, offers functions for creating
tangential mode using the PL7 application.
TjE path editor software
The TjE path editor software supplied with the SERCOS TSX CSY 85 motion control
module is used in offline mode to:
b Create master/slave axes and axis sets for use in the paths with a maximum of 3
sets of 2 real axes or 2 sets of 3 axes.
b Each slave axis requires a cam profile selected from the 7 profiles available in the
TSX CSY 85 module (with a limit of 10,000 cam points for all the profiles).
b Define paths by setting the parameters for each segment which are linked to the
various possible interpolations described in pages 78 and 79.
The TjE software validates all the parameters and calculates the paths for each set
of axes.
Path display
The TjE software integrates different graphic tools for displaying the previously
created paths and the relevant data linked to the axes (making up the paths) with
their positions, speeds and accelerations. The paths can be displayed with:
b A choice of curves, colours and scaling
b A choice of scales and offsets
b Display of segment reference points
b Display of points of the master, and calculated points of cam profiles
This display enables the user to validate the paths before transferring all the data
thus generated to the PL7 Junior/Pro application managing the SERCOS
TSX CSY 85 motion control module(s).
(1) Maximum 8 real axes per TSX CSY 85 module.
Presentation:
page 74
Characteristics:
pages 76 and 77
References:
page 81
Connections:
page 81
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SERCOS TSX CSY 84/85/164
motion control modules
Software setup of TSX CSY 84/85/164 modules
When setting up application-specific functions, screens specific to SERCOS motion
control functions can be accessed via Unity Pro or PL7 Junior/Pro software, for
configuration, adjustment, debugging and documentation of applications. These
services are performed by editors which can be directly accessed from the basic
screen using icons in the toolbars. Windows relating to the editors can be
simultaneously displayed on one screen (example: it is possible to program using the
program editor and to simultaneously define the symbols in the variables editor).
Declaring the SERCOS motion control modules
Parameter entry for application-specific functions is accessed via the configuration
screen, by clicking on the slot occupied by the module.
Module configuration
Declaring the axes of the TSX CSY 164 module
Configuring the module
The configuration editor provides assistance with entering and modifying the values
of the various axis configuration parameters. These parameters enable the operation
of the axis control module to be adapted to the machine which is to be controlled.
The axes configuration parameters are:
b Units of measurement
b Resolution
b Maximum and minimum limit positions
b Maximum speed
b Accelerating/decelerating
This data relates to the machine and cannot be modified by the program.
The configuration screen as shown here can be used to declare the 16 axes as real,
imaginary or remote measurement axes in the TSX CSY 164 module.
Adjusting the modules
These parameters are associated with operation of the axes. They generally require
the operations on and movements of the moving part to be known. These parameters
are adjusted in online mode (they are initialized during configuration, in offline mode).
They include:
b Maximum speed
b Resolution
b Servo control parameters
b Accelerating/decelerating
Setting the axis parameters
Debugging the modules
In online mode, the debugging tool provides the user with a control panel screen, giving
a quick display which can be used to control and observe the behaviour of the axis.
The TSX CSY 84/85/164 modules associated with the Unity Pro or PL7 Junior/Pro
software provides manual mode for running continual (JOG) or incremental (INC)
motion commands without prior programming.
Debugging in PL7 Pro software
Presentation:
page 74
Characteristics:
pages 76 and 77
References:
page 81
Connections:
page 81
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SERCOS TSX CSY 84/85/164
motion control modules
References (1)
TSX CSY 84/85/164 multi-axis control modules have 32 application-specific
channels which are only counted they are configured in the Premium PLC application
(using PL7 Junior/Pro or Unity Pro software). The maximum number of
application-specific channels allowed depends on the type of processor:
Type of processor
or slot PLC
TSX 57 1p
TSX 57 2p
PCX 57 20
PCI 57 20
24
Max. number of
8
application-specific
channels
TSX 57 3p
PCX 57 35
PCI 57 35
32
TSX 57 4p
TSX 57 5p
64
64
Motion control modules
Description
Multi-axis control
modules
Functions
Number of axes
Reference
SERCOS
digital servo drives
control
8 real axes
4 imaginary axes
4 remote axes
TSX CSY 84
Weight
kg
0.520
8 real axes
4 imaginary axes
4 remote axes
TjE path creation
function
16 axes
(real, imaginary or
remote)
TSX CSY 85
0.520
TSX CSY 164
0.520
TSX CSY 84/164
Fibre optic connection cables
Description
Plastic fibre optic
cables fitted with
SMA-type
connectors
(curvature radius:
25 mm min.)
TSX CSY 85
Connection
Length
Reference
Lexium 15
servo drive
(with SERCOS
option card)
0.3 m
0.9 m
1.5 m
4.5 m
16.5 m
22.5 m
37.5 m
990
990
990
990
990
990
990
MCO 000 01
MCO 000 03
MCO 000 05
MCO 000 15
MCO 000 55
MCO 000 75
MCO 001 25
Weight
kg
0.050
0.180
0.260
0.770
2.830
4.070
5.940
Connections
SERCOS ring with five Lexium 15 servo drives (example)
1
3
TX
RX
3
SERCOS network ring
RX
TX
2
Servo drive 1
RX
TX
2
Servo drive 2
RX
TX
2
RX
TX
2
Servo drive 3
RX
TX
2
Servo drive 4
Servo drive 5
1
2
TSX CSY 84/85/164: multi-axis motion control module for Premium PLC.
LXM 15pppM3/N4/N4X: Lexium 15 servo drives fitted with the SERCOS
AM SER 001V000 option card, see page 38.
3 990 MCO 000 pp: plastic fibre optic cables fitted with SMA-type connectors.
TX Transmission
RX Reception
(1) To order other accessories please consult our "Automation platform Modicon Premium and
Unity - PL7 software" specialist catalogue
Presentation:
page 74
Characteristics:
pages 76 and 77
Functions:
pages 78 to 80
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BDH servo motors
105999
Presentation
Thanks to the advanced technology incorporated into their design, BDH servo
motors represent a compact and high-performance solution for your machines,
offering one of the best torque/size ratios available on the market.
7 flange sizes and multiple winding possibilities mean that these servo motors can
be sized to match the requirements of each application. This product offer covers a
torque range of between 0.18 Nm to 53 Nm for speeds from 10,000 to 8000 rpm.
The BDH servo motors come in 7 flange sizes available in IEC or NEMA mounting:
40, 58, 70, 88, 108, 138 and 188 mm. They are fitted as standard with angled
connectors, with the exception of the 40 mm flange size which is supplied with
remote straight connectors. Thermal protection is provided by a PTC probe
integrated into the servo motor.
They are certified as "Recognized" by the Underwriters Laboratories and conform
to UL 1004 standards as well as to European directives (e marking).
BDH servo motor
BDH servo motors are available with the following variants:
b IP 54 or IP 67 degree of protection
b with or without holding brake
b resolver, SinCos Hiperface® single turn or multiturn encoder
b untapped or keyed shaft end
b IEC or NEMA mounting
Torque in Nm
4
Mmax
Torque/speed characteristics
The BDH servo motors provide torque/speed curve profiles similar to the example
shown on the left with:
1 Peak torque, depending on the servo drive model
2 Continuous torque, depending on the servo drive model
where:
b 8000 (in rpm) corresponds to the servo motor's maximum mechanical speed
b Mmax (in Nm) represents the peak stall torque value
b Mmax (in Nm) represents the continuous stall torque value
1
3
2,5
2
1,5
M0
Meq
2
0
0
2000
navg
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
Work zone
Principle for determining servo motor size according to the application
The torque/speed curves can be used to determine the correct servo motor size. For
example, for a power supply voltage of 230 V single phase, the curves used are
curves 1 and 2. Then:
1 Position the work zone of the application in relation to speed
2 Verify, using the motor cycle diagram, that the torques required by the application
during the different cycle phases are located within the area bound by curve 1 in the
work zone
3 Calculate the average speed navg and the equivalent thermal torque Meq (see
page 146)
4 The point defined by navg and Meq must be located below curve 2 in the work zone
Note: Sizing of servo motors, see page 146
Functions
General functions
BDH servo motors have been developed to meet the following requirements:
b Functional characteristics, robustness, safety, .... in compliance with
IEC/EN 60034-1
b Ambient operating temperature: 5...40°C in compliance with EN 50178
climatic class 3K3. Maximum 50°C with derating from 40°C of 1 % per additional °C
b Relative humidity: 95% without condensation in compliance with EN 50178
climatic class 3K3
b Altitude: 1000m without derating, 2000m with k = 0.94 (1), 3000m with k = 0.83
b Storage and transport temperature: - 25...55°C in compliance with EN 50178
climatic class 1K4
b Winding insulation class: F (threshold temperature for windings 155°C) in
compliance with DIN 57530
b Power and sensor connection using angled connectors (with the exception of the
40 mm flange size supplied with remote straight connectors)
b Thermal protection by built-in PTC thermistor probe, controlled by the Lexium 15
servo drive
(1) k: derating factor
Characteristics:
pages 84 to 129
References:
pages 130 to 133
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Lexium 15 motion control
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BDH servo motors
Functions (continued)
General functions (continued)
b Out-of-round, concentricity and perpendicularity between flange and shaft in
accordance with DIN 42955, class N
b Flange compliant with standard DIN 42948
b Authorized mounting positions: no mounting restriction IMB5, IMV1 and IMV4 in
accordance with DIN 42950
b Opaque black lacquer paint RAL 9005
b Degree of protection:
v of the frame: IP 65 in accordance with IEC/EN 60529
v of the shaft end: IP 54 or IP 67 in accordance with IEC/EN 60529
b Integrated sensor: resolver, SinCos Hiperface® high resolution single turn or
multiturn encoder
b Untapped or keyed shaft end in standard sizes (according to DIN 748)
Holding brake (depending on model)
The integrated brake fitted to the BDH servo motors (depending on the model) is a
failsafe electro-magnetic holding brake.
d
Do not use the holding brake as a dynamic brake for deceleration, as this
will rapidly damage the brake.
Built-in position sensor
The servo drive is fitted, depending on the model, with a position sensor which can be:
b A 2-pole resolver providing angular precision of the shaft position, accurate to less
than ±30 arc minutes.
b A SinCos Hiperface® high resolution single turn (4096 points) or multiturn
(4096 points x 4096 turns) absolute encoder providing angular precision of the shaft
position, accurate to less than ±1.3 arc minutes.
These sensors perform the following functions:
b Give the angular position of the rotor in such a way that flows can be synchronized
b Measure the motor speed via the associated Lexium servo drive. This information
is used by the speed controller of the Lexium servo drive
b Measure the position information for the Lexium servo drive position controller, if
necessary
b Measure and transmit position information in incremental or absolute format for
the position return of a motion control module (Encoder emulation output of the
Lexium servo drive).
4
3
1
2
Description
BDH servo drives with a 3-phase stator and a 6- to 10-pole rotor (depending on
model) with Neodymium Iron Borium (NdFeB) magnets consist of:
1 An axial flange with 4 fixing points in accordance with standard DIN 42948
2 Standard shaft end according to DIN 748, untapped or keyed (depending on the
model)
3 An angled dust and damp-proof male screw connector for connecting the power
cable (with the exception of the 40 mm flange size supplied with remote straight
connectors)
4 An angled dust and damp-proof male screw connector for connecting the control
(sensor) cable (with the exception of the 40 mm flange size supplied with remote
straight connectors)
Connecting cables must be ordered separately, see pages 132 and 133.
Schneider Electric has taken particular care to ensure compatibility between BDH
servo motors and Lexium 15 servo drives. This compatibility can only be assured by
using cables and connectors sold by Schneider Electric (see pages 132 and 133).
Characteristics:
pages 84 to 129
References:
pages 130 to 133
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Lexium 15 motion control
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BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0401B/0402C servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0401B
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase
0.18
0.609
0.17
8000
0.82
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
0.16
10.2
0.21
13.3
kgcm2
6
0.017
0.031
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
–
20.2
12,5
0.62
12,4
9.10
0.73
230 3-phase
BDH 0402C
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase
0.31
1.08
0.28
230 3-phase
1.06
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0401B servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
0,7
0,7
1
Mmax
1
Mmax
0,5
0,5
0,4
0,4
0,3
0,3
2
M0
2
M0
0,1
0,1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
BDH 0402C servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
Torque in Nm
1,2
Mmax
1
0
0
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
1,2
Mmax
1
1
0,8
0,8
0,6
0,6
0,4
M0
0,2
2000
1
0,4
M0
0,2
2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
References:
pages 130 to 133
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0403C servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0403C
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase
0.41
1.46
0.36
8000
1.04
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
8000
0.28
17.9
kgcm2
6
0.045
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
–
13.5
10.3
0.76
230 3-phase
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0403C servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
1,6
Mmax
1,4
1,2
1,6
Mmax
1,4
1,2
1
1
1
0,8
0,8
0,6
0,6
2
M0
1
2
M0
0,2
0,2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
References:
pages 130 to 133
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0582C/0582E servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0582C
LXM 15LU60N4
230 3-phase
0.84
2.34
0.78
3120
3.95
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
0.61
39
kgcm2
6
0.16
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.171
19.4
35.5
1.83
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
0.72
6240
0.69
7680
BDH 0582E
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase 230 3-phase
0.87
2.42
0.71
6880
7.7
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
0.32
20.4
5.09
9.7
1.91
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0582C servo motor
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
2,5
Mmax
2,5
Mmax
1
2
1.2
2
1.1
1,5
1,5
1
M0
1
M0
2
2.1/2.2
0,5
0,5
0
0
0
2000
4000
0
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
2000
4000
BDH 0582E servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
3
3
1
Mmax
2
2
1,5
1,5
2
M0
1
Mmax
2
M0
0,5
0,5
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0583C servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0583C
LXM 15LU60N4
230 3-phase
1.13
3.2
1
2400
3.95
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
8000
0.8
51.8
kgcm2
6
0.22
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.231
20.3
40.7
2
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
0.87
4880
0.82
6000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0583C servo motor
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
3,5
Mmax
3
Torque in Nm
3,5
Mmax
3
1
2,5
2,5
2
2
1,5
M0
1
1.1
1.2
1,5
M0
2
0,5
2.2
0,5
0
2.1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0583D servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0583D
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase 230 3-phase
1.16
3.58
1.06
1.05
4080
6.22
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
0.52
33.8
kgcm2
6
0.22
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.231
8.36
17.3
2.07
LXM 15LD10N4
230 3-phase
1.06
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
0.94
7680
8000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0583D servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
4
Mmax
4
Mmax
1
3
3
2,5
2,5
2
2
1,5
M0
1,5
M0
2
0,5
1
2
0,5
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
0
2000
4000
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
4
Mmax
Torque in Nm
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
4
Mmax
1
3
3
2,5
2,5
2
2
1,5
M0
1,5
M0
2
1.2
1.1
2.1/2.2
0,5
0,5
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0583F/0584C servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0583F
LXM 15LD21M3
230 single phase 230 3-phase
1.08
1.18
2.62
3.52
0.92
8000
12.16
BDH 0584C
LXM 15LU60N4
230 3-phase
1.38
3.94
1.28
2000
4.03
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
8000
0.27
17.6
0.97
62.4
kgcm2
6
0.22
0.27
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.231
2.23
4.68
2.10
0.281
20.4
43.8
2.15
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
1.18
4080
1.13
5120
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0583F servo motor
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
3
4
Mmax
1
Mmax
2,5
1
3
2
2,5
2
1,5
2
M0
1,5
M0
1
0,5
0,5
2
0
0
0
2000
4000
BDH 0584C servo motor
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
4,5
Mmax
3,5
3
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
Torque in Nm
4,5
Mmax
3,5
3
2,5
2
1
2
0
2000
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
2,5
2
M0
1
0,5
0
0
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
1.1
M0
1
0,5
0
1.2
2.1
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
2.2
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0584D servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0584D
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase 230 3-phase
1.41
4.4
1.18
3520
6.22
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
0.63
40.8
kgcm2
6
0.27
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.281
8.4
18.7
2.23
LXM 15LD10N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
1
6640
0.92
8000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0584D servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
5
Mmax
4
3,5
3
2,5
2
5
Mmax
4
3,5
3
2,5
2
M0
1
0,5
0
1
2
M0
1
0,5
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1
2
0
2000
4000
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
5
Mmax
4
3,5
3
2,5
2
5
Mmax
4
3,5
3
2,5
2
1
2
M0
1
0,5
0
0
2000
M0
1
0,5
0
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.2
1.1
2.1/2.2
0
2000
4000
6000
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
8000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0584F servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0584F
LXM 15LD21M3
230 single phase
1.42
3.57
1.06
6000
11.03
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
8000
0.36
23.4
kgcm2
6
0.27
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.281
2.77
6.16
2.22
230 3-phase
4.46
1.03
6560
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0584F servo motor
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
Torque in Nm
4
Mmax
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
1
3
2,5
2
M0
2
1
0,5
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
5
Mmax
4
3,5
3
2,5
2
M0
1
0,5
0
1
2
0
2000
4000
Speed in rpm
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
References:
pages 130 to 133
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0701C/0701E servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0701C
LXM 15LU60N4
230 3-phase
1.15
3.34
1.09
2080
3.89
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
0.85
54.5
kgcm2
8
0.33
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.341
21.4
37.5
1.75
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
1.04
4320
1
5360
BDH 0701E
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase 230 3-phase
1.2
3.24
1.2
8.48
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
0.41
26.1
4.58
8.6
1.88
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0701C servo motor
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
3,5
Mmax
3
Torque in Nm
3,5
Mmax
3
1
1.1
2,5
2,5
2
2
1,5
M0
1
1,5
M0
1
2
2.1
0,5
0,5
1.2
2.2
0
0
0
2000
4000
0
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
BDH 0701E servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
2000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
3,5
Mmax
3
3,5
Mmax
3
1
2,5
4000
1
2,5
2
2
1,5
M0
1
2
0,5
1,5
M0
1
2
0,5
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0702C servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0702C
LXM 15LU60N4
230 3-phase
2
5.74
1.85
1280
4.03
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
8000
1.4
89.8
kgcm2
8
0.59
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.601
23
46.5
2.02
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
1.7
2800
1.64
3440
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0702C servo motor
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
6
Mmax
6
Mmax
1
5
5
4
1.1
4
3
1.2
3
2
M0
M0
1
1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
2.1
2.2
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
0
0
2000
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0702D servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0702D
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase 230 3-phase
2.04
6.51
1.82
2320
6.29
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
0.92
59
kgcm2
8
0.59
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.601
9.57
20.1
2.10
LXM 15LD10N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
1.6
4480
1.51
5520
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0702D servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
7
Mmax
6
7
Mmax
6
1
5
1
5
4
4
3
3
2
M0
2
M0
1
1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
0
0
2000
4000
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
7
Mmax
6
7
Mmax
6
1
5
1.1
5
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.2
4
4
3
3
2
M0
M0
1
1
2.1
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
2000
4000
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
2.2
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0702H servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0702H
LXM 15LD21M3
230 single phase
2.1
5.36
1.56
4320
15.56
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
8000
0.39
24.8
kgcm2
8
0.59
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.601
1.64
3.55
2.16
230 3-phase
1.3
6560
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0702H servo motor
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
6
Mmax
5
4
1
Mmax
3
1
4
2.5
3
2
2
M0
2
M0
1
1
0.5
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
References:
pages 130 to 133
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0703C servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0703C
LXM 15LU60N4
230 3-phase
2.71
7.83
2.6
880
4.17
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
1.86
120
kgcm2
8
0.85
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.861
25.4
53.6
2.11
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
2.55
2080
2.51
2560
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0703C servo motor
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
9
9
1
Mmax
7
6
Mmax
7
6
1.1
1.2
5
4
5
4
2
M0
2
1
0
0
M0
2
1
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
2.1
0
2000
2.2
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0703E servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0703E
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase 230 3-phase
2.79
8.55
2.55
2000
7.28
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
8000
1.1
70.6
kgcm2
8
0.85
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.861
8.36
18.5
2.21
LXM 15LD10N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
2.4
3920
2.3
4800
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0703E servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
9
Mmax
8
7
6
Torque in Nm
9
Mmax
8
7
6
1
5
4
1
5
4
2
M0
2
1
0
0
2
M0
2
1
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
9
Mmax
8
7
6
Torque in Nm
9
Mmax
8
7
6
1
5
4
0
1.2
5
4
2
M0
2
1
0
1.1
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
M0
2
1
0
2.2
2.1
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0703H servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0703H
LXM 15LD21M3
230 single phase
2.08
4.52
2.08
4400
15.91
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
0.52
33.4
kgcm2
8
0.85
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.861
1.82
4.1
2.25
230 3-phase
2.88
7.35
1.64
4960
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0703H servo motor
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
Torque in Nm
5
Mmax
4
3,5
3
2,5
M0
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
8
Mmax
1
1
6
5
4
2
M0
2
1,5
1
0,5
0
2
1
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
0
0
2000
4000
Speed in rpm
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
References:
pages 130 to 133
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0841C servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0841C
LXM 15LU60N4
230 3-phase
1.95
5.12
1.88
1140
4.1
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
1.34
86.3
kgcm2
10
0.81
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.878
21.7
66.1
3.05
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
1.83
2280
1.8
2820
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
Characteristics of BDH 0841C servo motors
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
6
6
1
Mmax
Mmax
4
4
3
3
2
M0
1.1
1.2
M0
2.1
1
1
2.2
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0841E servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0841E
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase 230 3-phase
2.02
5.33
1.84
2460
8.06
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
0.71
45.6
kgcm2
10
0.81
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.878
5.7
18.4
3.23
LXM 15LD10N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
1.67
4620
1.62
5640
5.13
2520
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0841E servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
6
1
Mmax
5
Torque in Nm
6
Mmax
5
4
1
4
3
3
2
M0
2
M0
1
1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
0
0
2000
4000
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
6
Torque in Nm
6
1
Mmax
6000
Speed in rpm
1.2
Mmax
4
4
3
3
1.1
2
M0
2.1/2.2
M0
1
1
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0841H/0842C servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0841H
LXM 15LD21M3
230 single phase
1.5
3.14
1.48
6000
15.84
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
0.37
23.7
2.4
154
kgcm2
10
0.81
1.5
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.878
1.51
5
3.31
1.568
27.5
97.4
3.54
230 3-phase
2.06
4.78
1.68
5340
BDH 0842C
LXM 15LU60N4
230 3-phase
3.35
9.37
3.25
600
3.97
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
3.1
1320
3
1680
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0841H servo motor
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
3,5
Mmax
3
6
1
1
Mmax
2,5
4
2
3
2
M0
2
M0
1
1
0,5
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
BDH 0842C servo motor
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
10
Mmax
9
8
7
6
5
4
M0
1
2
0
2000
4000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1
6000
Speed in rpm
1.2
2.1
2
1
0
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
2000
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
10
Mmax
9
8
7
6
5
4
M0
3
2
1
0
0
0
2000
2.2
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0842E servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0842E
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase 230 3-phase
3.42
9.72
3.15
1500
7.78
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
1.26
80.9
kgcm2
10
1.5
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
1.568
7.22
26.8
3.71
LXM 15LD10N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
2.9
2820
2.8
3480
9.41
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0842E servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
12
Torque in Nm
12
1
Mmax
1
Mmax
8
8
6
6
2
M0
2
M0
2
2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
0
0
2000
4000
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
10
Mmax
9
8
7
6
5
10
Mmax
1
8
7
6
5
4
M0
3
2
1
0
2
M0
3
2
1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
6000
Speed in rpm
1.2
1.1
2.1
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
2.2
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0842G servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0842G
LXM 15LD21M3
230 single phase
2.96
6.54
2.94
3000
13.58
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
0.74
47.5
kgcm2
10
1.5
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
1.568
2.38
9.2
3.87
LXM 15LD17N4
230 3-phase
230 3-phase
3.53
9.56
2.96
2760
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
2.5
5280
2.35
6000
8.66
2880
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0842G servo motor
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
7
Mmax
6
12
1
1
Mmax
5
8
4
6
2
M0
2
M0
2
2
1
0
0
0
2000
4000
0
6000
Speed in rpm
2000
4000
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
6000
Speed in rpm
10
10
1
Mmax
8
7
6
5
M0
3
2
1
0
2
0
2000
1.1
2.1/2.2
M0
3
2
1
0
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
1.2
Mmax
8
7
6
5
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0842J/0843E servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0842J
LXM 15LD28M3
230 3-phase
3.56
7.56
2.5
5400
23.83
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
0.43
27.5
1.72
111
kgcm2
10
1.5
2.1
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
1.568
0.8
3.1
3.88
2.168
8.04
32.6
4.05
LXM 15MD28N4
230 3-phase
BDH 0843E
LXM 15LD10N4
230 3-phase
4.7
11.7
4.35
1140
7.78
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
4
2220
3.85
2700
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0842J servo motor
With LXM 15LD28M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
8
Mmax
7
Torque in Nm
8
Mmax
7
1
6
6
5
4
M0
3
2
5
4
M0
3
2
2
1
2
1
1
0
0
0
2000
4000
BDH 0843E servo motor
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
14
10
8
8
1.1
1.2
6
M0
4
2
2
2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
6000
Speed in rpm
Mmax
10
0
4000
Torque in Nm
1
6
M0
4
2000
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
14
Mmax
0
6000
Speed in rpm
2.2
2.1
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0843G servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0843G
LXM 15LD21M3
230 single phase
3.96
8.8
3.96
2220
13.79
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
0.99
63.9
kgcm2
10
2.1
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
2.168
2.61
10.8
4.14
230 3-phase
4.8
13.2
4
2160
LXM 15LD17N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
11.68
3.9
2280
3.25
4140
2.95
4980
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0843G servo motor
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
10
14
Mmax
12
1
Mmax
8
7
6
5
M0
3
2
1
0
1
10
8
2
6
M0
4
2
2
0
0
2000
4000
0
6000
Speed in rpm
2000
4000
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
14
Torque in Nm
6000
Speed in rpm
14
1
Mmax
Mmax
10
1.2
10
8
1.1
8
6
M0
4
6
M0
4
2
2
2.2
2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
2.1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0843K/0844E servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0843K
LXM 15LD28M3
230 3-phase
4.9
9.02
3
4920
27.08
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
0.52
33.2
2.04
132
kgcm2
10
2.1
2.7
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
2.168
0.7
2.9
4.14
2.768
8.08
33.9
4.20
LXM 15MD28N4
230 3-phase
BDH 0844E
LXM 15LD10N4
230 3-phase
5.76
14.1
5.25
1020
8.06
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
4.85
1920
4.6
2400
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0843K servo motor
With LXM 15LD28M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
10
Mmax
8
7
6
M0
4
3
2
1
0
0
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
1
2
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
BDH 0844E servo motor
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
0
12
12
10
10
8
8
2
4
2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1
1.2
M0
4
2
0
2
Torque in Nm
16
Mmax
1
M0
1
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
16
Mmax
10
Mmax
8
7
6
M0
4
3
2
1
0
2.1
0
2000
2.2
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0844G servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0844G
LXM 15LD21M3
230 single phase
4.76
10.55
4.76
1860
14.14
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
1.19
76.6
kgcm2
10
2.7
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
2.768
2.65
11.5
4.34
230 3-phase
5.88
16.1
4.9
LXM 15LD17N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
13.97
4.85
1960
3.95
3600
3.5
4380
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 0844G servo motor
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
12
1
Mmax
10
Torque in Nm
18
1
Mmax
14
8
12
6
M0
4
10
8
M0
2
2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
2
4
2
0
0
2000
4000
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
16
Torque in Nm
Mmax
Mmax
16
1
12
12
10
10
8
8
2
M0
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1
1.2
M0
4
4
2
2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
2.1
0
0
2000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
2.2
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 0844J servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 0844J
LXM 15LD28M3
230 3-phase
6
12.18
4
3660
24.89
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
0.69
44.2
kgcm2
10
2.7
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
2.768
0.88
3.8
4.32
LXM 15MD28N4
230 3-phase
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Speed/torque curves
BDH 0844J servo motor
With LXM 15LD28M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
14
Torque in Nm
Mmax
Mmax
14
1
10
1
10
8
8
2
M0
4
4
2
2
0
0
2
M0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
References:
pages 130 to 133
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1081E servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1081E
LXM 15LD10N4
230 3-phase
4.7
10.71
4.35
1260
5.83
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
1.72
110
kgcm2
10
3.4
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
3.573
8.47
36.6
4.32
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
4
2340
3.85
2880
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1081E servo motor
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
12
Mmax
10
12
Mmax
10
1
8
8
6
M0
4
2
2
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
1.1
6
M0
4
2
1.2
2.2
2.1
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1081G servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1081G
LXM 15LD21M3
230 single phase
3.96
9.41
3.96
1680
10.25
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
0.99
63.6
kgcm2
10
3.4
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
3.573
2.75
12.1
4.4
LXM 15LD17N4
230 3-phase
230 3-phase
4.75
10.82
3.65
2340
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
2.75
4260
2.35
5160
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1081G servo motor
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
Torque in Nm
10
Mmax
8
7
6
5
M0
3
2
1
0
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
12
Mmax
10
1
1
8
6
M0
4
2
2
2
0
0
2000
4000
0
6000
Speed in rpm
2000
4000
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
12
Mmax
10
12
Mmax
10
1
8
6000
Speed in rpm
1.2
8
6
M0
4
1.1
6
M0
4
2
2
2.2
2
0
2.1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1081K/1082E servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1081K
LXM 15LD28M3
230 3-phase
4.9
9.22
2.65
4800
20.01
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
0.52
33.5
2.79
179
kgcm2
10
3.4
6.2
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
3.573
0.75
3.4
4.53
6.373
8.59
44.7
5.2
LXM 15MD28N4
230 3-phase
BDH 1082E
LXM 15LD10N4
230 3-phase
8.34
18.08
7.9
780
6.36
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
7.5
1500
7.3
1860
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1081K servo motor
With LXM 15LD28M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
10
Mmax
Torque in Nm
10
Mmax
1
8
7
6
M0
4
3
2
1
0
2
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1
8
7
6
M0
4
3
2
1
0
2
0
2000
4000
BDH 1082E servo motor
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
25
20
Mmax
16
14
12
10
M0
1
Mmax
15
10
M0
6
4
2
0
2
5
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
1.1
2.1
0
6000
Speed in rpm
1.2
2.2
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1082G servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1082G
LXM 15LD21M3
230 single phase
7.16
17.31
7.16
1140
10.04
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
1.79
115
kgcm2
10
6.2
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
6.373
3.47
18.5
5.33
230 3-phase
8.43
19.51
7.65
1320
LXM 15LD17N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
7
2460
6.66
3000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1082G servo motor
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
25
20
Mmax
16
14
12
10
8
M0
6
4
2
0
1.1
1
Mmax
15
2.1
10
M0
2
5
0
0
2000
4000
0
6000
Speed in rpm
2000
4000
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
25
25
1
Mmax
6000
Speed in rpm
Mmax
1.1
15
15
1.2
10
M0
10
M0
2
5
5
2.1
2.2
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1082K/1082M/1083G servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1082K
LXM
15LD28M3
230 3-phase
8.6
16.9
6
2820
19.66
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
0.93
60.1
kgcm2
10
6.2
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
6.373
0.93
5
5.38
LXM
15MD28N4
230 3-phase
BDH 1082M
LXM
15MD40N4
230 3-phase
16.7
5.5
4080
27.86
BDH 1083G
LXM
15LD17N4
230 3-phase
11.4
25.83
10.6
1020
10.11
0.66
42.4
2.39
154
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
9.8
1920
9.5
2340
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
9.273
0.48
2.5
5.21
3.75
21.3
5.68
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1082K servo motor
With LXM 15LD28M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
18
Mmax
16
14
2
2000
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
18
Mmax
16
14
1
12
10
M0
8
6
4
2
0
0
BDH 1082M servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
18
Mmax
16
14
1
12
10
M0
8
6
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
12
10
M0
8
6
2
4
2
0
0
2000
4000
BDH 1083G servo motor
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
30
Torque in Nm
30
1
Mmax
6000
Speed in rpm
2
4
2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
Mmax
20
1.1
20
15
M0
1
1.2
15
M0
10
2
5
2.1
5
0
2.2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1083K/1083M/1083P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1083K
LXM 15LD28M3
230 3-phase
11.6
22.9
9.4
2100
19.87
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
1.24
79.8
kgcm2
10
9.1
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
9.273
1
5.7
5.7
LXM 15MD28N4
230 3-phase
BDH 1083M
LXM 15MD40N4
230 3-phase
11.4
22.1
8.5
3180
28.5
BDH 1083P
LXM 15MD56N4
230 3-phase
0.85
54.7
0.6
38.4
0.51
2.7
5.29
0.27
1.3
4.81
22.2
6.2
4740
40.59
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1083K servo motor
With LXM 15LD28M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
25
Mmax
20
Torque in Nm
25
Mmax
20
1
1
15
15
M0
10
M0
10
2
2
5
5
0
0
0
2000
4000
0
6000
Speed in rpm
2000
4000
BDH 1083M servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
BDH 1083P servo motor
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
25
Torque in Nm
Mmax
20
1
25
Mmax
20
2
M0
10
15
6000
Speed in rpm
1
15
M0
10
5
2
5
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
References:
pages 130 to 133
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1084G/1084K servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1084G
LXM 15LD17N4
230 3-phase
14.3
31.7
13.4
840
10.54
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
2.88
185
kgcm2
10
12
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
12.173
3.8
22.9
6.03
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
12.7
1620
12.3
1980
BDH 1084K
LXM 15LD28M3
230 3-phase
14.4
28.1
12.1
1800
20.65
LXM 15MD28N4
230 3-phase
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
1.5
96.6
1.02
6.2
6.08
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1084G servo motor
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
35
1
Mmax
30
Torque in Nm
35
Mmax
30
25
25
20
20
2
M0
1.2
M0
10
10
5
5
0
0
1.1
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
2.1
2.2
0
0
2000
4000
BDH 1084K servo motor
With LXM 15LD28M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
30
Mmax
25
30
Mmax
25
1
20
6000
Speed in rpm
1
20
M0
M0
2
10
2
10
5
5
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1084L/1084N servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1084L
LXM 15MD40N4
230 3-phase
14.1
27.28
11.2
2400
37.76
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
0.8
51.3
kgcm2
10
12
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
12.173
0.33
1.8
5.45
400 3-phase
9
4260
BDH 1084N
LXM 15MD56N4
230 3-phase
25.5
9.1
3780
26.52
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
1.13
72.9
0.63
3.5
5.56
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1084L servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
30
Mmax
25
Torque in Nm
30
Mmax
25
1
20
20
M0
M0
10
10
2
5
1
2
5
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
BDH 1084N servo motor
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
30
1
Mmax
20
M0
2
10
5
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
References:
pages 130 to 133
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1382G/1382K servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1382G
LXM 15LD17N4
230 3-phase
11.9
25.6
11.3
780
10.32
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
2.47
159
kgcm2
10
17
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
17.61
3.94
31.7
8.05
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
10.6
1500
10.4
1800
BDH 1382K
LXM 15LD28M3
230 3-phase
12.2
22.7
LXM 15MD28N4
230 3-phase
1860
20.29
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
1.28
82.1
1.05
8.5
8.10
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1382G servo motor
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
30
30
1
Mmax
Mmax
1.1
20
20
15
M0
10
1.2
15
M0
10
2
2.1
5
5
2.2
0
0
0
2000
4000
BDH 1382K servo motor
With LXM 15LD28M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
25
Mmax
0
6000
Speed in rpm
Torque in Nm
25
Mmax
1
1
20
20
15
M0
10
15
M0
10
2
2
5
5
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1382M/1382P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1382M
LXM 15MD40N4
230 3-phase
12.2
22.8
9.3
2640
28.5
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
0.91
58.8
kgcm2
10
17
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
17.61
0.55
4.4
8
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
7
4800
5.9
5820
BDH 1382P
LXM 15MD56N4
230 3-phase
12.3
23.2
8.7
3840
39.95
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
0.66
42.2
0.3
2.2
7.33
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1382M servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
25
Mmax
20
Torque in Nm
25
Mmax
20
1
15
M0
10
1.1
15
M0
10
2
1.2
2.1/2.2
5
5
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
BDH 1382P servo motor
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
25
Mmax
20
1
15
M0
10
5
2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1383G/1383K servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1383G
LXM 15LD17N4
230 3-phase
16.5
38.4
15.7
600
9.48
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
3.7
238
kgcm2
10
24
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
24.61
5.16
43.5
8.43
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
15
1140
14.6
1440
BDH 1383K
LXM 15LD28M3
230 3-phase
16.8
31
14.8
1500
21
LXM 15MD28N4
230 3-phase
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
1.71
110
1.09
9.3
8.53
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1383G servo motor
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
45
Torque in Nm
45
1
Mmax
35
30
25
20
M0
15
10
5
0
Mmax
35
2
0
1.1
30
25
20
M0
15
10
5
0
2000
4000
0
6000
Speed in rpm
BDH 1383K servo motor
With LXM 15LD28M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
2.1
1.2
2.2
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
35
1
Mmax
Torque in Nm
35
Mmax
25
1
25
20
M0
15
20
M0
15
2
10
10
5
5
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1383M/1383N servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1383M
LXM 15MD40N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
17
31.4
14
11.7
2100
3720
29.27
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
1.24
79.9
kgcm2
10
24
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
24.61
0.58
4.9
8.45
480 3-phase
10.5
4500
BDH 1383N
LXM 15MD56N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
34.8
12.7
2580
36.91
9.4
4620
480 3-phase
7.6
5580
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
0.98
63.3
0.38
3.1
8.16
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1383M servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
35
Mmax
35
Mmax
1
25
25
20
M0
15
10
10
5
5
0
0
0
1.1
20
M0
15
2
2000
4000
2.1
0
6000
Speed in rpm
2000
4000
BDH 1383N servo motor
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
40
2.2
6000
Speed in rpm
40
1
Mmax
1.2
1.2
Mmax
30
30
25
25
20
M0
15
1.1
20
M0
15
2
10
10
5
5
0
2.2
2.1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1384K/1384L servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1384K
LXM 15MD28N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
20.8
41.2
18.8
17
1080
2040
19.45
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
2.28
147
kgcm2
10
32
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
32.61
1.34
11.8
8.81
480 3-phase
16.5
2460
BDH 1384L
LXM 15MD40N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
21
41.9
18
15.6
1560
2820
27.15
480 3-phase
14.6
3420
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
1.66
107
0.71
6.2
8.86
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1384K servo motor
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
45
1
Mmax
40
35
30
25
M0
Torque in Nm
45
Mmax
40
35
1.1
30
25
M0
2
15
10
5
0
15
10
5
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
BDH 1384L servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
0
2.2
2000
Torque in Nm
45
Mmax
40
35
1
30
25
M0
2.1
4000
1.1
30
25
M0
2
15
10
5
0
15
10
5
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
6000
Speed in rpm
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
45
Mmax
40
35
1.2
1.2
2.1
0
2000
2.2
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1384P/1385K servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1384P
LXM 15MD56N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
20.4
40.2
15.3
11.3
2460
4380
39.53
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
1.1
71
2.54
164
kgcm2
10
32
40
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
32.61
0.36
2.8
7.78
40.61
1.27
11.4
8.98
480 3-phase
9.4
5280
BDH 1385K
LXM 15MD28N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
24.8
46.8
19.4
20.5
1020
1860
20.79
480 3-phase
22.5
2280
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1384P servo motor
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
45
1
Mmax
Torque in Nm
45
Mmax
35
1.2
35
30
25
M0
30
25
M0
2
15
10
5
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
BDH 1385K servo motor
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
1
2
15
10
5
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
15
10
5
0
2.2
2.1
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
50
Mmax
40
35
30
M0
20
1.1
Torque in Nm
50
Mmax
45
40
35
30
M0
20
15
10
5
0
0
1.1
1.2
2.1
2000
2.2
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1385M/1385N servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1385M
LXM 15MD40N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
25
47.6
21.7
19
1440
2640
28.92
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
1.85
119
kgcm2
10
40
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
40.61
0.68
6.1
8.97
480 3-phase
17.55
3180
BDH 1385N
LXM 15MD56N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
24.3
50.2
19.4
16
1980
3540
37.69
480 3-phase
14
4260
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
1.38
88.8
0.42
3.4
8.10
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1385M servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
50
Mmax
45
40
35
30
M0
20
15
10
5
0
0
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
50
Mmax
45
40
35
30
M0
20
1
2
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1
15
10
5
0
1.2
2.2
2.1
0
2000
4000
BDH 1385N servo motor
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
60
6000
Speed in rpm
60
1
Mmax
Mmax
40
40
1.1
30
M0
20
10
10
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
1.2
30
M0
20
2
2.1
0
2000
4000
2.2
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1882K/1882M servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1882K
LXM 15MD28N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
29.7
59.4
27.5
25.7
720
1320
19.66
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
3.23
208
kgcm2
10
65
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
66.64
1.22
20.7
16.97
480 3-phase
24.5
1620
BDH 1882M
LXM 15MD40N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
30
59.8
27
24
1020
1860
27.51
480 3-phase
23
2220
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
2.33
150
0.64
10.8
16.88
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1882K servo motor
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
70
70
1
Mmax
Mmax
50
50
40
40
2
M0
1.2
M0
20
20
10
10
0
0
0
1.1
2000
4000
2.1
0
6000
Speed in rpm
2.2
2000
4000
BDH 1882M servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
70
Torque in Nm
70
1
Mmax
6000
Speed in rpm
Mmax
50
50
1.1
40
40
2
M0
1.2
M0
20
20
10
10
2.1
2.2
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1882P/1883M servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1882P
LXM 15MD56N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
29.4
58.4
24.5
20.5
1560
2820
39.67
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
1.58
102
3.1
200
kgcm2
10
65
92
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
66.64
0.33
5
15.15
93.64
0.68
12.4
18.24
480 3-phase
18.5
3360
BDH 1883M
LXM 15MD40N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
42
80.7
37.5
34
780
1440
28.85
480 3-phase
32.5
1740
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1882P servo motor
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
70
70
1
Mmax
Mmax
50
50
40
M0
M0
20
20
10
10
0
0
0
1.2
1.1
40
2
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
2.1
0
2000
4000
BDH 1883M servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
90
Mmax
90
Mmax
1
70
70
60
50
M0
60
50
M0
2
30
20
10
0
1.1
30
20
10
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
6000
Speed in rpm
1.2
2.1
0
2.2
2.2
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1883P/1884L servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1883P
LXM 15MD56N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
41.6
79.4
35
29.5
1200
2160
41.44
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
2.13
137
4.14
266
kgcm2
10
92
120
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
93.64
0.35
5.9
16.86
121.64
0.85
16.4
19.29
480 3-phase
27.5
2580
BDH 1884L
LXM 15MD40N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
53
108
48
44
600
1080
27.37
480 3-phase
42
1320
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1883P servo motor
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
90
1
Mmax
70
60
50
M0
Torque in Nm
90
Mmax
70
2
30
20
10
0
0
1.1
60
50
M0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
30
20
10
0
1.2
2.1
0
2000
2.2
4000
BDH 1884L servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
120
Mmax
100
120
Mmax
100
1
80
80
60
M0
60
M0
40 2
40
20
20
0
1.1
2.1
6000
Speed in rpm
1.2
2.2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Characteristics (continued)
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of BDH 1884P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BDH 1884P
LXM 15MD56N4
230 3-phase
52.5
106
45
900
39.24
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
2.84
183
kgcm2
10
120
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
121.64
0.43
7.7
17.91
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
39
1620
36
1980
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 138
Torque/speed curves
BDH 1884P servo motor
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
120
Mmax
100
120
Mmax
100
1
80
1.1
80
60
M0
40
1.2
60
M0
2
40
20
2.1
20
0
2.2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 130 to 133
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Radial and axial forces permitted on the motor shaft
Fr
Even when the servo motors are used under optimum conditions, their service life is
limited by that of the bearings.
X
Conditions
Nominal service life of bearings (1)
L10h = 20,000 hours
Ambient temperature
(temperature of bearings ~ 100°C)
Force application point
B
40°C
Fr applied at the middle point of the shaft end
X = B/2 (dimension B, see pages 134 to 137)
(1) Hours of service with a failure probability of 10%
d
Fa
The following conditions must be adhered to:
b Radial and axial forces must not be applied simultaneously
b Shaft end with IP 54 or IP 67 degree of protection
b The bearings cannot be changed by the user as the built-in position sensor must
be realigned if the unit is dismantled.
Mechanical speed
Servo motor
BDH 040
rpm
N
Maximum radial force Fr
1000
2000
3000
46
43
40
4000
37
5000
33
6000
30
7000
27
8000
23
BDH 058
N
138
137
135
133
132
130
128
127
BDH 070
N
300
240
200
180
165
150
–
–
BDH 084
N
460
430
400
370
340
310
–
–
BDH 108
N
425
400
375
350
325
300
–
–
BDH 138
N
1200
900
775
700
650
600
–
–
BDH 188
N
1400
1100
800
–
–
–
–
–
Fr
Maximum axial force: Fa = -----3
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
References:
pages 130 to 133
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Characteristics of servo motor/servo drive power connection cables
Cables fitted with a connector on servo motor side
Cable type
External sleeve, insulation
VW3 M5 101 Rppp
PUR orange coloured RAL 2003, TPM or PP/PE
Capacity
pF/m
< 70 (conductors/shielding)
Number of conductors (shielded)
[(4 x 1.5 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2)]
Connector type
External diameter
mm
1 industrial connector (BDH servo motor side) and 1 free wire end (Lexium 15 LP
servo drive side)
12 ± 0.2
Curvature radius
mm
90, suitable for daisy-chaining, cable carrier system
Working voltage
V
600
Maximum usable length
m
50, for connection with a Lexium 15 LP servo drive
Operating temperature
°C
- 40...+ 90 (fixed), - 20…+ 80 (mobile)
UL, CSA, VDE, e, DESINA
Certification
Cables fitted with a connector on both the servo motor and servo drive sides
Cable type
External sleeve, insulation
VW3 M5 201 Rppp
VW3 M5 202 Rppp
PUR orange coloured RAL 2003, TPM or PP/PE
Capacity
VW3 M5 203 Rppp
pF/m
< 70 (conductors/shielding)
External diameter
mm
[(4 x 1.5 mm2)
[(4 x 2.5 mm2)
[(4 x 4 mm2)
+ (2 x 1 mm 2)]
+ (2 x 1 mm 2)]
+ (2 x 1 mm 2)]
1 industrial connector (BDH servo motor side) and 1 removable 6-way connector
(Lexium 15 MP servo drives side)
12 ± 0.2
14.3 ± 0.3
16.3 ± 0.3
Curvature radius
mm
Working voltage
V
90, suitable for
daisy-chaining,
cable carrier system
600
Maximum usable length
m
100, for connection with a Lexium 15 MP servo drive
Operating temperature
°C
- 40...+ 90 (fixed), - 20…+ 80 (mobile)
Number of conductors (shielded)
Connector type
110, suitable for
daisy-chaining,
cable carrier system
125, suitable for
daisy-chaining,
cable carrier system
UL, CSA, VDE, e, DESINA
Certification
Characteristics of the servo motor/servo drive control connection cables
Cable type
Sensor
VW3 M8 301 Rppp
SinCos Hiperface® encoder
External sleeve, insulation
PUR green coloured RAL 6018, polyester
Number of conductors (shielded)
5 x (2 x 0.25 mm2) + (2 x 0.5 mm2)
External diameter
VW3 M8 401 Rppp
Resolver
mm
8.8 ± 0.2
Min. curvature radius
mm
1 industrial connector (servo motor side) 1 industrial connector (servo motor side)
and 1 x 15-way SUB-D male connector
and 1 x 9-way SUB-D male connector
(servo drive side)
(servo drive side)
68, suitable for daisy-chaining, cable carrier system
Working voltage
V
350 (0.25 mm 2), 500 (0.5 mm2 )
Operating temperature
°C
- 50…+ 90 (fixed), - 40...+ 80 (mobile)
Connector type
UL, CSA, VDE, e, DESINA
Certification
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
References:
pages 132 and 133
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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References
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
BDH servo motors
The BDH servo motors shown below are supplied without a gearbox. For GBX gearboxes see page 143.
105995
Continuous stall torque
105997
BDH 0401 p
105999
BDH 0701 p
BDH 1081 p
Peak stall
torque
Maximum
mechanical
speed
Associated
servo drive
LXM 15
Maximum
Reference
nominal
(2)
speed
(1)
Nm
Nm
rpm
rpm
0.18
0.61
8000
LD13M3
8000
BDH 0401B p5A2p
0.31
1.08
8000
LD13M3
8000
BDH 0402C p5A2p
0.41
1.46
8000
LD13M3
8000
BDH 0403C p5A2p
0.84
2.34
8000
LU60N4
7680
BDH 0582C ppp2p
0.87
2.42
8000
LD13M3
6880
BDH 0582E ppp2p
1.08
2.62
8000
LD21M3
8000
BDH 0583F ppp2p
1.13
3.2
8000
LU60N4
6000
BDH 0583C ppp2p
1.15
3.34
8000
LU60N4
5360
BDH 0701C ppp2A
1.16
3.58
8000
LD13M3
4080
BDH 0583D ppp2p
LD10N4
8000
1.18
3.52
8000
LD21M3
8000
BDH 0583F ppp2p
1.2
3.24
8000
LD13M3
5360
BDH 0701E ppp2A
1.38
3.94
8000
LU60N4
5120
BDH 0584C ppp2p
1.41
4.4
8000
LD13M3
3520
BDH 0584D ppp2p
LD10N4
8000
1.42
3.57
8000
LD21M3
6000
BDH 0584F ppp2p
4.46
8000
LD21M3
6560
1.5
3.14
6000
LD21M3
6000
BDH 0841H ppp2p
1.95
5.12
6000
LU60N4
2820
BDH 0841C ppp2p
2
5.74
8000
LU60N4
3440
BDH 0702C ppp2A
2.02
5.13
6000
LD13M3
5640
BDH 0841E ppp2p
5.33
6000
LD10N4
2460
2.04
6.51
8000
LD13M3
2320
BDH 0702D ppp2A
LD10N4
5520
2.06
4.78
6000
LD21M3
5340
BDH 0841H ppp2p
2.08
4.52
8000
LD21M3
4400
BDH 0703Hppp2A
2.1
5.36
8000
LD21M3
6560
BDH 0702H ppp2A
2.71
7.83
8000
LU60N4
2560
BDH 0703C ppp2A
2.79
8.55
8000
LD13M3
2000
BDH 0703E ppp2A
LD10N4
4800
2.88
7.35
8000
LD21M3
4960
BDH 0703H ppp2A
2.96
6.54
6000
LD21M3
3000
BDH 0842G ppp2p
3.35
9.37
6000
LU60N4
1680
BDH 0842C ppp2p
3.42
9.41
6000
LD10N4
3480
BDH 0842E ppp2p
9.72
6000
LD13M3
1500
3.53
8.66
6000
LD17N4
6000
BDH 0842G ppp2p
9.56
6000
LD21M3
2760
3.56
7.56
6000
LD28M3
5400
BDH 0842J ppp2p
MD28N4
5400
3.96
8.8
6000
LD21M3
2220
BDH 0843G ppp2p
9.41
6000
LD21M3
1680
BDH 1081G ppp2p
4.7
10.71
6000
LD10N4
2880
BDH 1081E ppp2p
11.7
6000
LD10N4
2700
BDH 0843E ppp2p
4.75
10.82
6000
LD21M3
2340
BDH 1081G ppp2p
LD17N4
5160
4.76
10.55
6000
LD21M3
1860
BDH 0844G ppp2p
4.8
11.68
6000
LD17N4
4980
BDH 0843G ppp2p
13.2
6000
LD21M3
2160
4.9
9.02
6000
LD28M3
4920
BDH 0843K ppp2p
MD28N4
4920
9.22
6000
LD28M3
4800
BDH 1081K ppp2p
MD28N4
4800
5.76
14.1
6000
LD10N4
2400
BDH 0844E ppp2p
5.88
13.97
6000
LD17N4
4380
BDH 0844G ppp2p
16.1
6000
LD21M3
1860
6
12.8
6000
LD28M3
3660
BDH 0844J ppp2p
MD28N4
3660
7.16
17.31
6000
LD21M3
1140
BDH 1082G ppp2p
(1) Derating possible according to the power supply voltage, see characteristics pages 84 to 127.
(2) Complete each reference based on the available options, see table page 131.
(3) Servo motor weight without brake. To obtain the weight of the servo motor with holding brake, see page 138.
Weight
(3)
kg
0.350
0.490
0.630
1.100
1.100
1.380
1.380
1.550
1.380
1.380
1.550
1.660
1.660
1.660
2.440
2.440
2.230
2.440
2.230
2.440
2.900
2.230
2.900
2.900
2.900
3.390
3.390
3.390
3.390
3.390
4.350
4.200
4.200
4.350
4.200
5.300
4.350
4.350
4.200
5.300
5.300
5.300
5.800
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1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
BDH servo motors (continued)
106001
Continuous stall torque
Peak stall
torque
Nm
8.34
8.43
Nm
18.08
19.51
Maximum
mechanical
speed
rpm
6000
6000
8.6
16.7
16.9
6000
6000
11.4
11.6
22.1
22.2
25.83
22.9
6000
6000
6000
6000
11.9
12.2
25.6
22.7
6000
6000
22.8
23.2
25.5
27.28
31.7
28.1
38.4
31
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
31.4
34.8
40.2
41.2
41.9
50.2
46.8
47.6
58.4
59.4
59.8
79.4
80.7
106
108
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
BDH 1882p
12.3
14.1
14.3
14.4
16.5
16.8
17
20.4
20.8
21
24.3
24.8
25
29.4
29.7
30
41.6
42
52.5
53
Associated
servo drive
LXM 15
LD10N4
LD21M3
LD17N4
LD17N4
LD28M3
MD28N4
MD40N4
MD56N4
LD17N4
LD28M3
MD28N4
LD17N4
LD28M3
MD28N4
MD40N4
MD56N4
MD56N4
MD40N4
LD17N4
LD28M3
LD17N4
LD28M3
MD28N4
MD40N4
MD56N4
MD56N4
MD28N4
MD40N4
MD56N4
MD28N4
MD40N4
MD56N4
MD28N4
MD40N4
MD56N4
MD40N4
MD56N4
MD40N4
Maximum
nominal
speed (1)
rpm
1860
1320
3000
4080
2820
2820
3180
4740
2340
2100
2100
1800
1860
1860
5820
3840
3780
4260
1980
1800
1440
1500
1500
4500
5580
5280
2460
3420
4260
2280
3180
3360
1620
2220
2580
1740
1980
1320
Reference
(2)
Weight
(3)
BDH 1082E ppp2p
BDH 1082G ppp2p
kg
5.800
5.800
BDH 1082M ppp2p
BDH 1082K ppp2p
5.800
5.800
BDH 1083M ppp2p
BDH 1083P ppp2p
BDH 1083G ppp2p
BDH 1083K ppp2p
7.400
7.400
7.400
7.400
BDH 1382G ppp2p
BDH 1382K ppp2p
8.900
8.900
BDH 1382M ppp2p
BDH 1382P ppp2p
BDH 1084N ppp2p
BDH 1084L ppp2p
BDH 1084G ppp2p
BDH 1084K ppp2p
BDH 1383G ppp2p
BDH 1383K ppp2p
8.900
8.900
9.000
9.000
9.000
9.000
11.100
11.100
BDH 1383M ppp2p
BDH 1383N ppp2p
BDH 1384P ppp2p
BDH 1384K ppp2p
BDH 1384L ppp2p
BDH 1385N ppp2p
BDH 1385K ppp2p
BDH 1385M ppp2p
BDH 1882P ppp2p
BDH 1882K ppp2p
BDH 1882M ppp2p
BDH 1883P ppp2p
BDH 1883M ppp2p
BDH 1884P ppp2p
BDH 1884L ppp2p
11.100
11.100
13.300
13.300
13.300
15.400
15.400
15.400
19.700
19.700
19.700
26.700
26.700
33.600
33.600
To order a BDH servo motor complete each reference with:
BDH 0583D
p
p
p
2
p
0
Untapped (4)
Keyed (6) (7)
1
IP 67
Untapped (4)
2
Keyed (6) (7)
3
Integrated sensor Single turn, SinCos Hiperface® 4096 points/turn (5)
1
Multiturn, SinCos Hiperface® 4096 points/turn, 4096 turns (5)
2
2-pole resolver
5
Holding brake
None
A
With (5)
F
Connection
Angled connectors that can be rotated through 90°
2
Flange
International IEC standard (7)
A
NEMA (6) (7) (8)
B
Note: The example above is for a BDH 0583D servo motor. Replace BDH 0583D with the relevant reference for other servo motors.
(1) Derating possible according to the power supply voltage, see characteristics pages 84 to 127.
(2) To complete each reference see the above table.
(3) Servo motor weight without brake. To obtain the weight of the servo motor with holding brake, see page 138.
(4) Not available in NEMA mounting for BDH 084pp, BDH 108 pp, BDH 138pp and BDH 188pp servo motors.
(5) Not available for BDH 040 pp servo motors.
(6) Not available in NEMA mounting for BDH 040pp servo motors and BDH 058 pp.
(7) The type of key differs according to the type of mounting (IEC or NEMA) and the servo motor rating, see pages 134 to 137:
b EMC mounting: BDH 040pp, open shaft key; other BDH servo motors, closed shaft key.
b NEMA mounting: BDH 084pp, BDH 108pp, BDH 138pp and BDH 188pp, open shaft key. Shaft key option not available for BDH 040pp and BDH 058pp.
(8) Not available for BDH 070 pp servo motors.
Shaft end
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
IP 54
Characteristics:
pages 84 to 128
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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References
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Power supply connection cables
Description
From servo
motor
Cables fitted with a connector BDH 040pp
on servo motor side
BDH 058pp
BDH 070pp
BDH 084pp
BDH 108pE
BDH 108pG
BDH 108pK
BDH 138pG
BDH 138pK
To servo drive
LXM 15Lppppp
Composition
Length
m
[(4 x 1.5 mm2) + 3
(2 x 1 mm2 )]
5
Reference
VW3 M5 101 R30
Weight
kg
0.810
VW3 M5 101 R50
2.290
10
VW3 M5 101 R100
2.290
15
VW3 M5 101 R150
3.400
20
VW3 M5 101 R200
4.510
25 (1)
VW3 M5 101 R250
6.200
50 (1)
VW3 M5 101 R500
12.325
VW3 M5 201 R30
0.885
VW3 M5 201 R50
1.375
10
VW3 M5 201 R100
2.600
15
VW3 M5 201 R150
3.825
20
VW3 M5 201 R200
5.050
25 (1)
VW3 M5 201 R250
6.275
50 (1)
VW3 M5 201 R500
12.400
75 (1)
VW3 M5 201 R750
18.525
VW3 M5 202 R30
1.137
VW3 M5 202 R50
1.795
10
VW3 M5 202 R100
3.430
15
VW3 M5 202 R150
5.085
20
VW3 M5 202 R200
6.730
25 (1)
VW3 M5 202 R250
8.375
50 (1)
VW3 M5 202 R500
16.600
75 (1)
VW3 M5 202 R750
24.825
3
VW3 M5 203 R30
1.536
5
VW3 M5 203 R50
2.460
10
VW3 M5 203 R100
4.770
15
VW3 M5 203 R150
7.080
20
VW3 M5 203 R200
9.390
25 (1)
VW3 M5 203 R250
11.700
50 (1)
VW3 M5 203 R500
23.250
75 (1)
VW3 M5 203 R750
34.800
VW3 M5 101 R ppp
Cables fitted with two
connectors
BDH 084pp
BDH 108pK
BDH 138pK
BDH 188pK
LXM 15MDppN4
[(4 x 1.5 mm2) + 3
(2 x 1 mm2 )]
5
VW3 M5 201/202/203 Rppp
BDH 108pL
BDH 108pM
BDH 138pL
BDH 138pM
BDH 188pL
BDH 188pM
BDH 108pN
BDH 108pP
BDH 138pN
BDH 138pP
BDH 188pP
LXM 15MDppN4
LXM 15MDppN4
[(4 x 2.5 mm2) + 3
(2 x 1 mm2 )]
5
[(4 x 4 mm2 ) +
(2 x 1 mm2 )]
(1) For cables longer than 20m, a motor choke is compulsory, see page 47.
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
Characteristics:
page 129
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References (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Control connecting cables
Description
SinCos Hiperface® encoder
cables fitted with
two connectors
From servo
motor
BDH,
all ratings
To servo drive
LXM 15,
all ratings
VW3 M8 301 Rppp
Resolver cables fitted
with two connectors
VW3 M8 401 Rppp
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
BDH,
all ratings
LXM 15,
all ratings
Composition
Length
m
5x(2 x 0.25 mm 2) 3
+ (2 x 0.5 mm 2)
5
VW3 M8 301 R30
Weight
kg
–
VW3 M8 301 R50
–
10
VW3 M8 301 R100
–
15
VW3 M8 301 R150
–
20
VW3 M8 301 R200
–
25
VW3 M8 301 R250
–
50
VW3 M8 301 R500
–
75
VW3 M8 301 R750
–
VW3 M8 401 R30
–
VW3 M8 401 R50
–
10
VW3 M8 401 R100
–
15
VW3 M8 401 R150
–
20
VW3 M8 401 R200
–
25
VW3 M8 401 R250
–
50
VW3 M8 401 R500
–
75
VW3 M8 401 R750
–
5x(2 x 0.25 mm 2) 3
+ (2 x 0.5 mm 2)
5
Reference
Characteristics:
page 129
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Dimensions
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
BDH 040 (straight remote connectors: power supply for servo motor/brake 2 and sensor 1) (1)
Keyed shaft end (optional) (2)
16,5
1
c1
2
4
0
11
(3)
0
51
0
9,2–0,13
3–0,025
2,5–0,13
15,5
25
40
c
With resolver
c
c1
BDH 0401 69.6
56.1
BDH 0402 88.6
75.1
BDH 0403 107.6
94.1
(1) SinCos Hiperface® encoder options and holding brake not available.
(2) Not available in NEMA mounting.
(3) Supplied with remote connectors, connection length: 500 mm
IEC mounting
Ø1
Ø2 Ø3
4.3 30 h7 46
4.3 30 h7 46
4.3 30 h7 46
NEMA mounting
Ø1
Ø2
+0.025
3.56
20.015 –0.025
+0.025
3.56
20.015 –0.025
+0.025
3.56
20.015 –0.025
Ø4
8 h7
8 h7
8 h7
Ø3
46.69
46.69
46.69
Ø4
0
6.35 –0.012
0
6.35 –0.012
0
6.35 –0.012
BDH 058 (angled connectors: power supply for servo motor/brake 2 and sensor 1)
Keyed shaft end (optional) (1)
c1
1
2
28
39
7
0
2,5–0,25
0
97
0
12–0,20
3
c2
58
c
With resolver
c (without
c (with
brake)
brake)
BDH 0582 105.2
148.5
BDH 0583 124.2
167.5
BDH 0584 143.2
186.5
(1) Not available in NEMA mounting.
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
3–0,025
0
10,2–0,13
With SinCos encoder
c (without c (with
brake)
brake)
114.4
148.5
133.4
167.5
152.4
186.5
Characteristics:
pages 84 to 129
c1
IEC mounting
c2
Ø1 Ø2
Ø3
Ø4
NEMA mounting
c2
Ø1
93.6
112.6
131.6
20
20
20
63
63
63
9 k6
9 k6
9 k6
31.75 –0.79 5.1
+0.79
31.75 –0.79 5.1
+0.79
31.75 –0.79 5.1
4.8
4.8
4.8
40 j6
40 j6
40 j6
+0.79
Ø2
Ø3
0
38.1 –0.005 66.68
0
38.1 –0.005 66.68
0
38.1 –0.005 66.68
Ø4
0
9.525 –0.013
0
9.525 –0.013
0
9.525 –0.013
References:
pages 130 to 133
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Dimensions (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
BDH 070 (angled connectors: power supply for servo motor/brake 2 and sensor 1) (1)
Keyed shaft end (optional)
c1
1
28
2
39
6,9
0
2,5–0,25
109
0
5
30
c
5 N9
16–0,13
0
20–0,2
70
With resolver or SinCos encoder
c (without brake)
c (with brake)
BDH 0701 109.8
140.3
BDH 0702 140.8
171.3
BDH 0703 171.8
202.3
(1) Not available in NEMA mounting.
c1
87.9
118.9
149.9
BDH 084 (angled connectors: power supply for servo motor/brake 2 and sensor 1) (1)
Keyed shaft end, IEC mounting (optional)
c1
1
31
2
0
39
8
6 N9
21,5–0,13
0
3–0,25
123
4
0
32–0,3
c2
84
c
With resolver or SinCos encoder
IEC mounting
c (without brake)
c (with brake)
c1
c2
Ø1
BDH 0841 118.8
152.3
96.4
40
7
BDH 0842 147.8
181.3
125.5 40
7
BDH 0843 176.8
210.3
154.4 40
7
BDH 0844 205.8
239.3
183.4 40
7
(1) The untapped shaft end option is not available in NEMA mounting.
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
Characteristics:
pages 84 to 129
0
0
17,92–0,43
4,762–0,051
Keyed shaft end, NEMA mounting (1)
+0,25
37,311 –0,25
Ø2
80 j6
80 j6
80 j6
80 j6
Ø3
100
100
100
100
Ø4
19 k6
19 k6
19 k6
19 k6
NEMA mounting
c2
Ø1
+0.79
52.4 –0.79 5.54
+0.79
52.4 –0.79 5.54
+0.79
52.4 –0.79 5.54
+0.79
52.4 –0.79 5.54
Ø2
0
73.025 –0.051
0
73.025 –0.051
0
73.025 –0.051
0
73.025 –0.051
Ø3
98.43
98.43
98.43
98.43
Ø4
15.875
15.875
15.875
15.875
0
–0.013
0
–0.013
0
–0.013
0
–0.013
References:
pages 130 to 133
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Dimensions (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
BDH 108 (angled connectors: power supply for servo motor/brake 2 and sensor 1) (1)
Keyed shaft end, IEC mounting (optional)
c1
31
1
2
0
39
8 N9
27–0,29
9
0
3–0,25
0
40–0,3
5
0
4,763–0,051
147
Keyed shaft end, NEMA mounting (1)
0
21,15–0,43
+0,25
c2
53,182–0,25
c
108
With resolver
With SinCos encoder
IEC mounting
c (without c (with
c (without c (with
c1
c2
Ø1
Ø2
brake)
brake)
brake)
brake)
BDH 1081 127.5
172.5
146
189
105.3 50
9
110
BDH 1082 158.5
203.5
177
220
136.3 50
9
110
BDH 1083 189.5
234.5
208
251
167.3 50
9
110
BDH 1084 220.5
265.5
239
282
196.3 50
9
110
(1) The untapped shaft end option is not available in NEMA mounting.
Ø3
j6
j6
j6
j6
NEMA mounting
c2
Ø1
Ø2
Ø4
130
130
130
130
24 k6
24 k6
24 k6
24 k6
+0.79
–0.79
57.15
+0.79
57.15 –0.79
+0.79
57.15 –0.79
+0.79
57.15 –0.79
8.33
8.33
8.33
8.33
55.563
55.563
55.563
55.563
0
–0.051
0
–0.051
0
–0.051
0
–0.051
Ø3
Ø4
125.73
125.73
125.73
125.73
19.05 –0.013
0
19.05 –0.013
0
19.05 –0.013
0
19.05 –0.013
0
BDH 138 (angled connectors: power supply for servo motor/brake 2 and sensor 1) (1)
Keyed shaft end, IEC mounting (optional)
1
2
31
0
35–0,29
5
10 N9
c1
39
12,1
0
3,5–0,5
0
177
45–0,3
Keyed shaft end, NEMA mounting (1)
0
8–0,036
0
31–0,29
0
54–0,032
c2
c
138
With resolver
With SinCos encoder
IEC mounting
c (without c (with
c (without c (with
c1
c2
Ø1
brake)
brake)
brake)
brake)
+0.36
BDH 1382 153.7
200.7
172.2
218.7
130.5 58
11 0
+0.36
BDH 1383 178.7
225.7
197.2
224.7
155.5 58
11 0
+0.36
BDH 1384 203.7
250.7
222.2
268.7
180.5 58
11 0
+0.36
BDH 1385 228.7
275.7
247.2
294.7
205.5 58
11 0
(1) The untapped shaft end option is not available in NEMA mounting.
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
Characteristics:
pages 84 to 129
Ø2
Ø3
Ø4
NEMA mounting
c2
Ø1
130 j6
130 j6
130 j6
130 j6
165
165
165
165
32 k6
32 k6
32 k6
32 k6
60
60
60
60
+0.36
9 0
+0.36
9 0
+0.36
9 0
+0.36
9 0
Ø2
110
110
110
110
h7
h7
h7
h7
Ø3
Ø4
145
145
145
145
28 h6
28 h6
28 h6
28 h6
References:
pages 130 to 133
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Dimensions (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
BDH 188 (angled connectors: power supply for servo motor/brake 2 and sensor 1) (1)
1
45
Keyed shaft end,
IEC mounting (optional)
2
39
14,1
0
4–0,25
0
40–0,29
5
10 N9
c1
0
227
70–0,3
0
0
38–0,29
10–0,036
Keyed shaft end,
NEMA mounting (1)
0
75–0,036
c2
c
188
With resolver
With SinCos encoder
IEC mounting
c (without c (with
c (without c (with
c1
c2
Ø1
brake)
brake)
brake)
brake)
BDH 1882 192.5
234.5
201.7
253.3
164.5 80
13.5 +0.43
0
+0.43
BDH 1883 226.5
268.5
235.7
287.3
198.5 80
13.5 0
BDH 1884 260.5
302.5
269.7
321.3
232.5 80
13.5 +0.43
0
(1) The untapped shaft end option is not available in NEMA mounting.
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
Characteristics:
pages 84 to 129
Ø2
180 j6
180 j6
180 j6
Ø3
215
215
215
Ø4
38 k6
38 k6
38 k6
NEMA mounting
c2
Ø1
Ø2
79
79
79
+0.43
0
13.5
+0.43
13.5 0
+0.43
13.5 0
0
–0.025
114.3
0
114.3 –0.025
0
114.3 –0.025
Ø3
Ø4
200
200
200
35 h6
35 h6
35 h6
References:
pages 130 to 133
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characteristics,
references
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Option: integrated holding brake
1
Holding brake (1)
Presentation
L1
L2
c 24 V
L3
BR +
BR –
V/T2
W/T3
U/T1
Lexium 15
controller with
integrated
holding brake
The holding brake integrated into the BDH servo motor, depending on the model, is
an electromagnetic pressure spring brake with that blocks the servo motor axis once
the output current has been switched off. In the event of an emergency, such as a
power outage or an emergency stop, the drive is immobilized, significantly increasing
safety.
Blocking the servo motor axis is also necessary in cases of torque overload, such as
in the event of vertical axis movement.
Activation of the holding brake is directly controlled by the Lexium 15 servo drive.
Holding brake
Characteristics
Type of servo motor
Holding torque MBr
Inertia of rotor (brake only) J Br
Electrical clamping power PBr
Supply voltage
Opening time
Closing time
Weight
BDH
058
Nm
kgcm2
W
1.42
2.5
0.011
0.011
8.4
10.1
24 Vc -10…+10 %
20
27
18
10
0.270
0.350
ms
ms
kg
070
084
108
138
188
6
0.068
12.8
14.5
0.173
19.5
25
0.61
25.7
53
1.64
35.6
35
15
0.610
80
15
1.100
105
20
2.000
110
35
2.100
References
105998
Selection of BDH servo motor with F (1) or without A holding brake, see references
page 131.
(1) Not available for BDH 040pp servo motors.
BDH servo motor
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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characteristics,
references
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Option: integrated sensor
1
Sensor integrated into BDH servo motors
Presentation
L1
L2
BDH servo motors can be fitted with 2 types of sensor:
b 2-pole resolver
b SinCos high resolution Hiperface® (1) encoder:
v single turn
v multiturn
These measurement devices are perfectly adapted to the Lexium 15 range of
servo drives.
L3
V/T2
The use of a resolver allows (at low cost):
b The angular position of the rotor to be identified
b The servo motor speed to be measured
W/T3
U/T1
Lexium 15
The use of a SinCos Hiperface® (1) encoder also allows:
b The BDH servo motor data to be automatically identified by the servo drive
b The servo drive's control loops to be automatically initialized. These functions
therefore simplify the installation of the motion control device.
SinCos Hiperface®
encoder or resolver
Characteristics
Type of sensor
Resolver
Single turn SinCos (1)
Multiturn SinCos (1)
Sinus periods per turn
1
128
128
Number of points
–
4096
4096 x 4096 turns
Encoder precision
± 30 arc minutes
± 1.3 arc minutes
Measurement method
Electromagnetic
demodulation
–
Optical high resolution
+55…+155
+5…+110
Interface
Operating temperature
°C
Hiperface®
References
105998
Selection of resolver sensor 5, type of SinCos Hiperface® encoder (1) integrated into
the BDH servo motor (single turn 1 or multiturn 2), see references page 131.
(1) Not available for BDH 040 pp servo motors.
BDH servo motor
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Presentation
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
Presentation
535526
In many cases, motion control requires the use of planetary gearboxes to adapt
speeds and torques, while ensuring the precision demanded by the application.
Schneider Electric has selected GBX gearboxes made by Neugart to be used in
association with the BDH servo motor range. These gearboxes are lubricated for life
and are designed for applications not requiring very low backlash. As their
association with BDH servo motors has been fully qualified and they are very easy
to mount, the gearboxes are simple to put into operation and risk free.
GBX planetary gearboxes
Available in 5 sizes (GBX 40... GBX 160), the planetary gearboxes are offered in 12
gear ratios (3:1...40:1), see table below.
Continuous stall torques and peak stall torques available from the gearbox are
obtained by multiplying the characteristic values of the servo motor by the reduction
ratio and gearbox efficiency (0.96 or 0.94 depending on the speed reduction ratio).
The table below shows the most suitable servo motor/gearbox combinations. For
other combinations, see the servo motor data sheets.
BDH servo motor/GBX gearbox associations
Type of
servo motor
BDH 0401B
BDH 0402C
BDH 0403C
BDH 0582C
BDH 0582E
BDH 0583C
BDH 0583D
BDH 0583F
BDH 0584C
BDH 0584D
BDH 0584F
BDH 0701C
BDH 0701E
BDH 0702C
BDH 0702D
BDH 0702H
BDH 0703C
BDH 0703E
BDH 0703H
BDH 0841C
BDH 0841E
BDH 0841H
BDH 0842C
BDH 0842E
BDH 0842G
BDH 0842J
BDH 0843E
BDH 0843G
BDH 0843K
BDH 0844E
BDH 0844G
BDH 0844J
Speed reduction ratio
3:1
4:1
5:1
GBX 40
GBX 40 GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 40 GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 40 GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60 GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60 GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60 GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60 GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60 GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60 GBX 60*
GBX 60
GBX 60 GBX 60*
GBX 60
GBX 60 GBX 60*
GBX 60
GBX 60 GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60 GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 120
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 120
GBX 80
GBX 80 GBX 120
GBX 120 GBX 120 GBX 120
GBX 120 GBX 120 GBX 120
GBX 120 GBX 120 GBX 120
8:1
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 60*
Characteristics:
page 142
References:
page 143
9:1
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
12:1
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
15:1
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
16:1
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
20:1
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
25:1
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
32:1
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
40:1
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120*
GBX 120*
GBX 120*
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
For associations in italics and marked with an asterisk, you must check that the application does
not exceed the maximum continuous output torque of the gearbox, see values page 142.
Dimensions:
page 145
140
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Presentation (continued)
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
BDH servo motor/GBX gearbox associations (continued)
Type of
servo motor
BDH 1081E
BDH 1081G
BDH 1081K
BDH 1082E
BDH 1082G
BDH 1082K
BDH 1082M
BDH 1083G
BDH 1083K
BDH 1083M
BDH 1083P
BDH 1084G
BDH 1084K
BDH 1084L
BDH 1084N
BDH 1382G
BDH 1382K
BDH 1382M
BDH 1382P
BDH 1383G
BDH 1383K
BDH 1383M
BDH 1383N
BDH 1384K
BDH 1384L
BDH 1384P
BDH 1385K
BDH 1385M
BDH 1385N
Speed reduction ratio
3:1
4:1
5:1
GBX 120 GBX 120 GBX 120
GBX 120 GBX 120 GBX 120
GBX 120 GBX 120 GBX 120
GBX 120 GBX 120 GBX 120
GBX 120 GBX 120 GBX 120
GBX 120 GBX 120 GBX 120
GBX 120 GBX 120 GBX 120
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
8:1
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
Characteristics:
page 142
References:
page 143
9:1
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
12:1
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
15:1
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
16:1
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
20:1
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
25:1
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
32:1
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
40:1
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
For associations in italics and marked with an asterisk, you must check that the application does
not exceed the maximum continuous output torque of the gearbox, see values page 142.
Dimensions:
page 145
141
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Characteristics
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
Characteristics of GBX gearboxes
Type of gearbox
Type of gearbox
Backlash
Torsion rigidity
3:1...8:1
9:1...40:1
3:1...8:1
9:1...40:1
arc min
Nm/arc
min
dB (A)
Noise level
Junction box
Shaft material
Shaft output dust and damp protection
Lubrification
Average service life (1)
Mounting position
Operating temperature
hr
°C
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 120
Planetary gearbox with straight teeth, single reduction stage
< 30
< 20
< 12
<8
< 35
< 25
< 17
< 12
1.0
2.3
6
12
1.1
2.5
6.5
13
55
58
60
65
Black anodized aluminum
C 45
IP 54
Lubricated for life
30,000
All positions
- 25...+ 90
GBX 160
<6
< 10
38
41
70
Characteristics of BDH servo motor/GBX gearbox associations
Type of gearbox
Efficiency
Maximum permitted radial
force (1) (2)
Maximum permitted axial
force (1)
Inertia of gearbox
3:1...8:1
9:1...40:1
L10h = 10,000
L10h = 30,000
L10h = 10,000
L10h = 30,000
3:1
4:1
5:1
8:1
9:1
12:1
15:1
16:1
20:1
25:1
32:1
40:1
Continuous output torque (1) 3:1
M2N
4:1
5:1
8:1
9:1
12:1
15:1
16:1
20:1
25:1
32:1
40:1
hours
hours
hours
hours
GBX 40
0.96
0.94
200
160
200
160
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 160
500
340
600
450
950
650
1200
900
2000
1500
2800
2100
6000
4200
8000
6000
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
0.031
0.022
0.019
0.017
0.030
0.029
0.023
0.022
0.019
0.019
0.017
0.016
0.135
0.093
0.078
0.065
0.131
0.127
0.077
0.088
0.075
0.075
0.064
0.064
0.77
0.52
0.45
0.39
0.74
0.72
0.71
0.50
0.44
0.44
0.39
0.39
2.63
1.79
1.53
1.32
2.62
2.56
2.53
1.75
1.50
1.49
1.30
1.30
12.14
7.78
6.07
4.63
–
12.37
12.35
7.47
6.64
5.81
6.36
5.28
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
4.5
6
6
5
16.5
20
18
20
20
18
20
18
12
16
16
15
44
44
44
44
44
40
44
40
40
50
50
50
130
120
110
120
120
110
120
110
80
100
110
120
210
260
230
260
260
230
260
230
400
450
450
450
–
800
700
800
800
700
800
700
N
N
(1) Values refer to an output shaft speed of 100 rpm in S1 mode (cyclic ratio = 1) on electrical machines and an ambient temperature of 30°C.
(2) Force applied at mid-distance from the output shaft.
Presentation:
pages 140 and 141
References:
page 143
Dimensions:
page 145
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References
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
References
535526
Size
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBXppp
GBX 120
GBX 160
Speed reduction ratio
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1, 25:1, 32:1 and
40:1
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1, 25:1, 32:1 and
40:1
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1, 25:1, 32:1 and
40:1
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1, 25:1, 32:1 and
40:1
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1, 25:1, 32:1 and
40:1
Reference
(1)
GBX 040 ppp ppp pD
GBX 040 ppp ppp pD
Weight
kg
0.350
0.450
GBX 060 ppp ppp pD
GBX 060 ppp ppp pD
0.900
1.100
GBX 080 ppp ppp pD
GBX 080 ppp ppp pD
2.100
2.600
GBX 120 ppp ppp pD
GBX 120 ppp ppp pD
6.000
8.000
GBX 160 ppp ppp pD
GBX 160 ppp ppp pD
18.000
22.000
ppp
B
To order a GBX planetary gearbox, complete each reference with:
GBX
Size
Junction box diameter
(see associations table
with BDH servo motor,
pages 140 and 141)
Speed reduction ratio
Associated BDH servo motor Type
Model
40 mm
60 mm
80 mm
115 mm
160 mm
3:1
4:1
5:1
8:1
9:1
12:1
15:1
16:1
20:1
25:1
32:1
40:1
BDH 040
BDH 058
BDH 070
BDH 084
BDH 108
BDH 138
BDH ppp1
BDH ppp2
BDH ppp3
BDH ppp4
BDH ppp5
BDH servo motor adaptation
Presentation:
pages 140 and 141
ppp
040
060
080
120
160
ppp
p
003
004
005
008
009
012
015
016
020
025
032
040
040
058
070
084
108
138
1
2
3
4
5
D
Characteristics:
page 142
Dimensions:
page 145
143
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Mounting
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
Mounting
No specialized tool is required to install the GBX planetary gearbox on the BDH servo
motor. The general usage rules for mechanical mounting must be observed:
1 Clean support areas and joints.
2 Align the shafts to be linked and assemble in vertical position.
3 Join the servo motor flange to the gearbox flange in uniform manner, with cross
tightening of the screws.
4 Using a torque wrench, tighten the TA ring following tightening torque (2...40 Nm
according to the gearbox model).
For more information, consult the user instructions supplied with the products).
1
2
Presentation:
pages 140 and 141
Characteristics:
page 142
3
Reference:
page 143
4
Dimensions:
page 145
144
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Dimensions
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
Dimensions
Servo motor assembly
a
a1
g
a2
a3
a4
4xØ4
4xØ6
a5
Ø7
Ø1
Ø2
h
Ø3
Ø5
c
GBX
040 003...008
c
40
a
93.5
a1
28.5
a2
39
a3
26
a4
23
a5
2.5
h
11.2
g
3
Ø1
40
Ø2
26 h7
Ø3
10 h7
Ø4
M4 x 6
Ø5
34
Ø6
M4 x 10
Ø7
46
040 009...032
40
106.5 28.5
52
26
23
2.5
11.2
3
40
26 h7
10 h7
M4 x 6
34
M4 x 10
46
060 003...008
60
106.5 24.5
47
35
30
2.5
16
5
60
40 h7
14 h7
M5 x 8
52
M5 x 12
63
060 009...040
60
118.5 24.5
59
35
30
2.5
16
5
60
40 h7
14 h7
M5 x 8
52
M5 x 12
63
080 003...008
90
134
33.5
60.5
40
36
4
22.5
6
80
60 h7
20 h7
M6 x 10
70
M6 x 15
100
080 009...032
90
151
33.5
77.5
40
36
4
22.5
6
80
60 h7
20 h7
M6 x 10
70
M6 x 15
100
120 003...008
115
176.5 47.5
74
55
50
5
28
8
115
80 h7
25 h7
M10 x 16
100
M8 x 20
115
120 009...040
115
203.5 47.5
101
55
50
5
28
8
115
80 h7
25 h7
M10 x 16
100
M8 x 20
115
160 003...008
140
255.5 64.5
104
87
80
8
43
12
160
130 h7 40 h7
M12 x 20
145
M10 x 25
165
160 009...040
140
305
153.5
87
80
8
43
12
160
130 h7 40 h7
M12 x 20
145
M10 x 25
165
Presentation:
pages 140 and 141
64.5
Characteristics:
page 142
References:
page 143
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Sizing
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
BDH servo motors
Sizing of BDH servo motors
To assist you in sizing your servo motor, the "Lexium Sizer" software tool is available
on the website www.telemecanique.com
M1
3
These 2 pages are to help you understand the method used for calculation.
To size the servo motor you need to know the equivalent thermal torque and the
average speed required by the mechanics to be used with the servo motor.
Both values are calculated using the motor cycle trend diagram and can be
compared with the speed/torque curves given for each servo motor (see BDH servo
motor curves, pages 84 to 127).
Motor speed n i
n3
n2
n1
t
0
n4
t1
t2 t3
t4
t5 t6 t7 t8 t9
t10
t11 t12
Tcycle
M3
M2
M1
0
Motor cycle trend diagram
The motor cycle is made up of various sub-cycles for which the duration of each is
known.
Each sub-cycle is broken down into phases which correspond to the periods of time
during which the motor torque is constant (1 to 3 phases maximum per sub-cycle).
This breakdown makes it possible to find out for each phase:
b The duration (tj)
b The speed (ni)
b The required torque value (Mi)
The curves on the left show the 4 phase types:
b Constant acceleration during t1, t3 and t9
b At work during t2, t4, t6 and t10
b Constant deceleration during t5, t7 and t11
b Motor stopped during t8 and t12
The total cycle duration is:
Tcycle = t1 + t2 + t3 + t4 + t5 + t6 + t7 + t8 + t9 + t10 + t11 + t12
t
M4
Calculating the average speed navg
M5
ni ⋅ t j
The average speed is calculated using the formula opposite with: navg = ∑
----------------------∑ tj
b ni corresponds to the various work speeds.
ni
b ----- corresponds to the average speeds during constant acceleration and
2
deceleration phases.
In the above example:
Required torque Mi
Duration tj
Speed ni
t1
t2
n2
---------2
t3
t4
n3 + n2
-----------------------------2
n2
n3
t5
t6
n3 + n1
-----------------------------2
n1
t7
t8
n1
---------2
0
t9
t10
n4
---------2
t11
n4
---------2
n4
t12
0
The average speed is calculated as follows:
n2
n3 + n2
n3 + n1
n1
n4
n4
------- ⋅ t 1 + n 2 ⋅ t2 + -------------------- ⋅ t3 + n3 ⋅ t 4 + -------------------- ⋅ t 5 + n 1 ⋅ t6 + ------- ⋅ t 7 + ------- ⋅ t 9 + n 4 ⋅ t10 + ------- ⋅ t11
2
2
2
2
2
2
n moy = ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Tcycle
Calculating the equivalent thermal torque Meq
The equivalent thermal torque is calculated using the following formula:
Mi ⋅ t j
∑
------------------------2
M eq =
Tcycle
In the above example, this formula gives the following calculation:
2
Meq =
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
Characteristics:
pages 84 to 127
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
M2 ⋅ t1 + M1 ⋅ t2 + M3 ⋅ t3 + M1 ⋅ t4 + M5 ⋅ t5 + M1 ⋅ t6 + M5 ⋅ t 7 + M5 ⋅ t9 + M4 ⋅ t10 + M2 ⋅ t11
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------T cycle
References:
pages 130 to 133
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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BDH servo motors
Sizing of BDH servo motors (continued)
Torque in Nm
4
Mmax
1
Determining the size of the servo motor
The point defined by the 2 preceding calculations (average speed and equivalent
thermal torque) where:
b the horizontal axis represents the average speed navg
b the vertical axis represents the thermal torque Meq
must be within the area bound by curve 2 and the work zone.
3
2,5
2
1,5
M0
Meq
2
0
0
2000
navg
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
Work zone
The motor cycle trend diagram must also be used to ensure that all torques Mi
required for the different speeds ni during the various cycle phases are within the
area bound by curve 1 and the work zone.
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 82 and 83
Characteristics:
pages 84 to 127
References:
pages 130 to 133
Dimensions:
pages 134 to 137
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Lexium 15 motion control
Presentation,
functions
1
1
BSH servo motors
Presentation
BSH servo motors offer an excellent solution for dynamics and precision
requirements. With five flange sizes and available in a variety of lengths, they are
perfectly suited to most applications, covering a torque range of between 0.5 Nm to
90 Nm and speeds from 1250 to 8000 rpm.
Incorporating the latest technology in their windings, based on salient poles,
BSH servo motors are far more compact than conventional servo motors.
BSH servo motor with
straight connectors
BSH servo motor with
angled connectors
BSH servo motors are available in five flange sizes: 55, 70, 100, 140 and 205 mm.
Thermal protection is provided by a temperature probe integrated into the servo
motor. They are certified as "Recognized"
by the Underwriters Laboratories and
conform to UL 1004 standards as well as to European directives (e marking).
BSH servo motors are available with the following variants:
b IP 40 or IP 65 degree of protection
b with or without holding brake
b straight or angled connectors (1)
b SinCos Hiperface ® single turn or multiturn encoders
b untapped or keyed shaft end
Torque in Nm
3
Mmax
2,5
Torque/speed characteristics
BSH servo motors provide torque/speed curve profiles similar to the example shown
on the left with:
1 Peak torque, depending on the servo drive model
2 Continuous torque, depending on the servo drive model
where:
b 8000 (in rpm) corresponds to the servo motor's maximum mechanical speed,
b Mmax (in Nm) represents the peak stall torque value
b M0 (in Nm) represents the continuous stall torque value
1
2
1,5
2
M0
Meq
0
0
2000
navg
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
Work zone
Principle for determining motor size according to the application
The torque/speed curves can be used to determine the correct servo motor size.
For example, for a power supply voltage of 230 V single phase, the curves used are
curves 1 and 2. Then:
1 Position the work zone of the application in relation to speed.
2 Verify, using the motor cycle trend diagram, that the torques required by the
application during the different cycle phases are located within the area bound by
curve 1 in the work zone.
3 Calculate the average speed navg and the equivalent thermal torque Meq (see
page 192).
4 The point defined by navg and Meq must be located below curve 2 in the work zone.
Note: Sizing of servo motors, see page 192
Functions
General functions
BSH servo motors were developed to meet the following requirements:
b Functional characteristics, robustness, safety, .... in compliance with
IEC/EN 60034-1
b Ambient operating temperature: - 20...40°C according to DIN 50019R14.
Maximum 55°C with derating from 40°C of 1% per additional °C
b Relative humidity: Class F according to DIN 400
b Altitude: 1000 m without derating, 2000 m with k = 0.86 (2), 3000 m with
k = 0.8
b Storage and transport temperature: - 25...70°C
b Winding insulation class: F (threshold temperature for windings 155°C) in
compliance with DIN VDE 0530
b Power and sensor connection using straight or angled connectors (1)
b Thermal protection via built-in PTC thermistor probes, controlled by the Lexium 15
servo drive
(1) BSH 2052 p and BSH 2053p servo motors are supplied with a power connection terminal and
an angled connector for sensor connection
(2) k: derating factor
Characteristics:
pages 150 to 177
References:
pages 178 to 181
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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description
Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
Functions (continued)
General functions (continued)
b Out-of-round, concentricity and perpendicularity between flange and shaft in
accordance with DIN 42955, class N
b Flange compliant with standard DIN 42948
b Authorized mounting positions: no mounting restriction IMB5, IMV1 and IMV4 in
accordance with DIN 42950
b Polyester resin-based paint: Opaque black paint RAL 9005
b Degree of protection:
v of the frame: IP 65 in accordance with IEC/EN 60529
v of the shaft end: IP 40 or IP 65 in accordance with IEC/EN 60529(1)
b Integrated sensor: SinCos Hiperface® high resolution single turn or multiturn
encoder
b Standard sized untapped or keyed shaft end (according to DIN 42948)
Holding brake (depending on model)
The integrated brake fitted to the BSH servo motors (depending on the model) is a
failsafe electro-magnetic holding brake.
d
Do not use the holding brake as a dynamic brake for deceleration, as this
will rapidly damage the brake.
Built-in sensor
The servo motor is fitted with a SinCos Hiperface® high resolution single turn
(4096 points) or multiturn (4096 points x 4096 turns) absolute encoder providing
angular precision of the shaft position, accurate to less than ±1.3 arc minutes.
This sensor performs the following functions:
b Gives the angular position of the rotor in such a way that flows can be
synchronized
b Measures the servo motor speed via the associated Lexium servo drive. This
information is used by the speed controller of the Lexium servo drive
b Measures the position information for the Lexium servo drive position controller
b Measures and transmits position information in incremental format for the position
return of a motion control module (Encoder emulation output of the Lexium servo
drive)
3
4
1
2
Description
BSH servo motors with a 3-phase stator and a 6- to 10-pole rotor (depending on
model) with Neodymium Iron Borium (NdFeB) magnets consist of:
1 An axial flange with 4 fixing points in accordance with standard DIN 42948.
2 Standard shaft end according to DIN 42948, untapped or keyed (depending on
model).
3 A straight dust and damp-proof male screw connector for connecting the power
cable (2).
4 A straight dust and damp-proof male screw connector for connecting the control
(sensor) cable (2).
Connecting cables must be ordered separately; for connection to Lexium 15
servo drives, see pages 180 and 181.
Schneider Electric has taken particular care to ensure compatibility between
BSH servo motors and Lexium 15 servo drives. This compatibility can only be
assured by using cables and connectors sold by Schneider Electric (see pages 180
and 181).
(1) IP 40 when motor is mounted in position IMV3 (vertical mounting, upper shaft end).
(2) Available in angled version for BSH 055pp, BSH 070pp, BSH 100pp, BSH 140pp and
BSH 2051 p servo motors. The BSH 2052 p and BSH 2053p servo motors are supplied with
a power connection terminal and an angled connector for the sensor connection.
Characteristics:
pages 150 to 177
References:
pages 178 to 181
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics
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BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0551P/0551T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0551P
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase
0.5
1.4
0.46
3200
3.5
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
0.5
32
kgcm2
6
0.09
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.1113
33.8
37
1.09
LXM 15LU60N4
230 3-phase
BSH 0551T
LXM 15LD13M3
230 3-phase
0.41
7040
6.2
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
0.28
18
11
12
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 0551P servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
1,6
Torque in Nm
1,6
Mmax
Mmax
1,2
1,2
1
1
0,8
0,6
M0
0,4
1
1
0,8
0,6
M0
0,4
2
0,2
2
0,2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
0
0
2000
4000
Speed in rpm
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
BSH 0551T servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
1,6
1
Mmax
1,2
1
0,8
0,6
M0
0,4
2
0,2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
References:
pages 178 to 181
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0552M/0552P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0552M
LXM 15LU60N4
400 3-phase
0.9
2.25
0.8
3200
2.4
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
8000
1.125
74
kgcm2
6
0.14
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.1613
62.0
76.8
1.24
BSH 0552P
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase 230 3-phase
0.9
2.7
0.8
3360
5.9
480 3-phase
0.77
4080
LXM 15LU60N4
230 3-phase
2.26
0.78
3760
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
0.56
37
0.1113
15.5
19.2
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 0552M servo motor
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
2,5
Mmax
2
1,5
1.2
1.1
1
M0
0,5
2.2
2.1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
BSH 0552P servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
3
Mmax
2,5
Torque in Nm
3
Mmax
2,5
Torque in Nm
2,5
Mmax
1
2
2
1,5
1,5
1
M0
1
1,5
1
M0
2
0,5
0,5
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
0
2000
4000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
2
M0
2
0,5
0
1
2
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0552T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0552T
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase
0.9
2.54
0.72
5920
10.3
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
0.32
21
kgcm2
6
0.14
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.1613
5
6.2
1.24
230 3-phase
0.68
7120
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 0552T servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
3
Torque in Nm
3
1
Mmax
1
Mmax
2
2
1,5
1,5
2
M0
2
M0
0,5
0,5
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
0
2000
4000
Speed in rpm
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
References:
pages 178 to 181
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0553M/0553P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0553M
LXM 15LU60N4
400 3-phase
1.3
3.5
1.07
3360
3.6
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
8000
1.18
78
kgcm2
6
0.19
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.2113
32
48
1.5
BSH 0553P
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase 230 3-phase
480 3-phase
4.2
1.08
3200
8.7
1.01
4240
LXM 15LD10N4
400 3-phase
3.87
0.8
7280
1.05
3600
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
0.59
39
8
12
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 0553M servo motor
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
4
Mmax
3
1.1
2,5
1.2
2
1,5
M0
1
0,5
2.1
0
0
2000
2.2
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
BSH 0553P servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
Torque in Nm
4,5
Mmax
4
3,5
3
2,5
2
1,5
M0
1
0,5
0
0
1
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
400 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
4,5
Mmax
4
3,5
Torque in Nm
4,5
3
2,5
2000
4000
3
2,5
2
1,5
M0
1
0,5
0
2
6000
8000
2
0
2000
4000
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
2
M0
1
0,5
0
2
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
1
Mmax
3,5
1
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
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BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0701T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0701T
LXM
15LD13M3
230
single phase
1.4
3.19
1.25
5040
9.9
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
0.45
26
kgcm2
6
0.25
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.322
3.4
14.1
4.15
V
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
LXM
15LD21M3
230
3-phase
230
3-phase
LXM
15LD10N4
230
3-phase
400
3-phase
480
3-phase
2.91
1.23
6000
5200
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 0701T servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
3,5
Mmax
3
Torque in Nm
3,5
Mmax
3
Torque in Nm
3,5
Mmax
3
1
2,5
1
2,5
2
2
2
M0
2
2
M0
1
1
0,5
0,5
0,5
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
0
0
2000
4000
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
3,5
3,5
Mmax
3
Mmax
1
2,5
2
M0
1
0
1
2,5
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.1/1.2
2,5
2
2
2
M0
2.1/2.2
M0
1
1
0,5
0,5
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0701P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0701P
LXM 15LD13M3
230 single phase
1.41
2.66
1.31
2960
5.3
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
8000
0.78
46
kgcm2
6
0.25
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.322
10.4
42.6
4.1
LXM 15LU60N4
230 3-phase
1.32
3040
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 0701P servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
3
Mmax
2,5
3
Mmax
2,5
1
2
1
2
2
M0
2
M0
1
1
0,5
0,5
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
References:
pages 178 to 181
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0702M/0702P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0702M
LXM
15LU60N4
400
3-phase
2.12
5.63
1.93
2400
5.9
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
1.46
93
kgcm2
6
0.41
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.482
17.3
84.4
4.88
V
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
BSH 0702P
LXM
15LD13M3
230
single phase
2.2
480
3-phase
1.89
2960
1.9
2880
11.8
LXM
15LD10N4
230
3-phase
400
3-phase
480
3-phase
4.85
1.88
3120
1.68
5680
1.59
6880
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
0.77
48
4.2
19
4.52
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 0702M servo motor
With LXM 15LU60N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
6
Mmax
5
1.1
4
1.2
3
M0
2.1
1
2.2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
BSH 0702P servo motor
With LXM 15LD13M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
Torque in Nm
6
Mmax
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
6
5
6
Mmax
1
4
Mmax
1
4
3
3
2
M0
1
1
0
0
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
2.1
M0
0
2000
1.1
3
2
M0
1
0
1.2
4
2.2
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0702T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0702T
LXM 15LD21M3
230 3-phase
2.12
5.45
1.71
5280
20.6
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
8000
0.42
28
kgcm2
6
0.41
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.482
1.5
6.6
4.5
LXM 15LD17N4
230 3-phase
4.47
1.66
5920
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 0702T servo motor
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
6
Mmax
5
5
Mmax
4
1
4
1
3
3
M0
M0
2
2
1
1
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
References:
pages 178 to 181
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 0703P/0703T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 0703P
LXM
15LD21M3
230
single phase
2.83
5.99
2.4
2960
15.2
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
8000
0.78
49
kgcm2
6
0.58
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
0.81
2.7
14.6
5.41
V
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
230
3-phase
LXM
15LD17N4
230
3-phase
400
3-phase
480
3-phase
9.28
2.48
2560
7.71
2.41
2960
2.11
5360
1.96
6480
BSH 0703T
LXM
15LD28M3
230
3-phase
7.38
2.08
5520
30.9
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
0.42
29
0.9
5
5.55
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 0703P servo motor
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
Torque in Nm
7
Mmax
4
2
2
1
0
0
2000
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
10
Mmax
Torque in Nm
9
8
7
6
5
4
M0
2
1
0
1
5
M0
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
Mmax
7
6
5
4
1
M0
2
0
2000
4000
BSH 0703T servo motor
With LXM 15LD28M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
Mmax
7
6
5
4
1.1
1.2
2
2
1
0
BSH 0703P servo motor
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
9
1
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
8
Mmax
7
6
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1
5
4
M0
M0
2
2.2
1
0
2.1
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
2
2
1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1001P/1001T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1001P
LXM 15LD21M3
230 single phase
3.39
7.08
3.01
2400
12
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
0.89
60
kgcm2
8
1.4
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
2.018
3.8
19
5
230 3-phase
BSH 1001T
LXM 15LD28M3
230 3-phase
LXM 15LD10N4
230 3-phase
6.19
2.99
2580
8.5
2.77
3960
23
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
0.51
28
0.9
4.3
4.78
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 1001P servo motor
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V single phase
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
8
8
7
Mmax
Mmax
Mmax
1
6
5
5
4
M0
3
2
4
M0
3
2
2
1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1
1
6
5
4
M0
3
2
2
2
1
1
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
BSH 1001T servo motor
With LXM 15LD28M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
9
Mmax
8
7
6
5
4
M0
3
1
2
2
1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
References:
pages 178 to 181
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1002P/1002T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1002P
LXM 15LD21M3
230 3-phase
5.8
14.79
4.8
1920
17.1
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
1.21
77
kgcm2
8
2.31
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
2.928
2.4
13.5
5.63
LXM 15LD17N4
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
12.13
4.06
3900
3.75
4740
BSH 1002T
LXM 15LD28M3
230 3-phase
5.5
11.59
4
4080
31.2
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
0.64
33
0.6
2.9
4.83
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 1002P servo motor
With LXM 15LD21M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
16
Mmax
14
12
Mmax
14
1
1.2
1.1
10
10
8
8
M0
4
M0
2
2.2
4
2.1
2
2
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
0
2000
Speed in rpm
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
BSH 1002T servo motor
With LXM 15LD28M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
14
Mmax
1
10
8
M0
2
4
2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1003M servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1003M
LXM 15LD10N4
400 3-phase
7.76
15.19
6.36
2040
15.6
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
2.22
144
kgcm2
8
3.22
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
3.838
5.3
33.7
6.36
LXM 15LD17N4
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
22.95
6.65
1620
6.36
2040
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 1003M servo motor
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
400 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
16
Mmax
14
12
25
Mmax
1
20
1.1
10
1.2
15
M0
2
6
10
M0
4
5
2
2.1
2.2
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1003P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1003P
LXM 15LD28M3
230 3-phase
7.8
19.69
6.32
2100
28.3
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
1.22
77
kgcm2
8
3.22
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
3.838
1.43
9.4
6.57
LXM 15MD28N4
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
LXM 15MD40N4
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
5.13
3840
4.6
4620
23.17
5.34
3540
4.8
4320
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 1003P servo motor
With LXM 15LD28M3 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
25
25
Mmax
25
Mmax
20
Mmax
1
1.1
15
10
M0
2
5
1.2
15
15
10
M0
10
M0
2.2
5
1.2
1.1
2.2
5
2.1
0
0
0
2000
4000
6000
0
0
2000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
2.1
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1004M servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1004M
LXM 15LD10N4
400 3-phase
9.31
19.8
8.13
1620
17.4
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
6000
3
195
kgcm2
8
4.22
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
5.245
7.1
43.9
6.18
LXM 15LD17N4
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
LXM 15MD40N4
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
29.87
8.31
1380
8.05
1740
34.17
8.35
1320
8.13
1620
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 1004M servo motor
With LXM 15LD10N4 servo drive
400 V 3-phase
With LXM 15LD17N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
25
Mmax
1
35
40
Mmax
Mmax
30
25
15
1.1
20
20
15
M0
5
M0
5
0
2.1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
0
5
2.2
2000
2.1
0
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
1.2
1.1
25
15
2
M0
1.2
0
2000
2.2
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1004P/1004T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1004P
LXM
15MD28N4
400 3-phase
9.31
25.7
6.91
3300
34.8
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
6000
1.62
103
kgcm2
8
4.22
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
5.245
1.81
13
7.18
480 3-phase
LXM
15MD40N4
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
6.5
4020
33.83
8.18
1560
7.17
2940
6.69
3600
BSH 1004T
LXM
15MD40N4
230 3-phase
21.04
6.8
3480
61
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
0.86
50
0.45
2.9
6.44
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 1004P servo motor
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
30
40
Mmax
Mmax
30
1.1
20
1.2
15
40
35
Mmax
30
1
25
25
20
20
15
M0
2.1
2.2
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1.2
15
2
M0
5
1.1
M0
5
5
0
2.1
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
0
2000
4000
2.2
6000
Speed in rpm
BSH 1004T servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
25
Mmax
1
15
M0
2
5
0
0
2000
4000
6000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1401M/1401P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1401M
LXM 15MD28N4
400 3-phase 480 3-phase
11.1
26
10.4
10.1
1080
1320
10.8
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
4000
2.78
194
kgcm2
10
7.41
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
8.56
5.3
60.85
11.59
BSH 1401P
LXM 15MD28N4
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
23.33
7.63
2520
20.8
6.8
3080
LXM 15MD40N4
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
7.63
2520
6.8
3080
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
1.43
100
1.41
16.34
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 1401M servo motor
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
30
Mmax
25
1.1
20
1.2
15
M0
10
5
2.1
2.2
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
BSH 1401P servo motor
With LXM 15MD28N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
25
Mmax
25
Mmax
20
20
1.1
1.2
15
1.1
1.2
15
2.2
M0
10
2.2
M0
10
5
5
2.1
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
2.1
0
0
1000
2000
3000
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
4000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1401T servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1401T
LXM 15MD56N4
230 3-phase
11.1
23.33
7.63
2520
37.1
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
4000
0.83
56
kgcm2
10
7.41
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
8.56
0.4
5.15
12.88
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 186
Speed/torque curves
BSH 1401T servo motor
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
25
Mmax
20
1
15
M0
10
2
5
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
.
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
References:
pages 178 to 181
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1402M/1402P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1402M
LXM 15MD40N4
400 3-phase 480 3-phase
19.5
47.5
15.9
15
1200
1480
22.4
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
4000
2.91
199
kgcm2
10
12.68
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
13.83
2.3
29.79
12.85
BSH 1402P
LXM 15MD40N4
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
39.33
11.47
2760
44.1
9.9
3320
LXM 15MD56N4
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
47.5
12.14
2520
10.68
3040
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
1.47
101
0.6
7.71
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 1402M servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
50
Mmax
45
40
35
30
25
M0
15
1.1
10
5
0
1.2
2.1
0
1000
2.2
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
BSH 1402P servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
45
Mmax
35
1.1
30
25
M0
15
1.2
2.2
10
5
0
2.1
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
50
Mmax
45
40
35
30
25
M0
15
10
5
0
1.1
2.2
2.1
0
1000
2000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
References:
pages 178 to 181
1.2
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1403M/1403P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1403M
LXM 15MD40N4
400 3-phase
27.8
71.76
21.48
1160
31.3
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
4000
3.09
205
kgcm2
10
17.94
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
23.44
1.52
20.3
13.31
480 3-phase
20.67
1400
BSH 1403P
LXM 15MD56N4
400 3-phase
57.32
13.81
2680
61
480 3-phase
11.39
3240
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
1.59
105
0.4
5.32
13.3
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 1403M servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
80
Mmax
60
1.1
50
40
30
M0
20
10
1.2
2.1
2.1
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
BSH 1403P servo motor
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
70
60
Mmax
50
1.1
1.2
40
30
M0
20
2.1
2.2
10
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
References:
pages 178 to 181
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 1404M servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 1404M
LXM 15MD40N4
400 3-phase
33.4
82.32
26.5
1160
47.8
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
4000
3.12
208
kgcm2
10
23.7
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
29.2
1.12
16.28
14.54
480 3-phase
LXM 15MD56N4
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
25.4
1400
95
26.92
1080
25.5
1320
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 1404M servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
90
Mmax
100
Mmax
90
80
70
60
50
40
M0
70
60
1.1
50
40
M0
20
10
0
1.2
2.1
0
1000
20
10
0
2.2
2000
1.1
3000
4000
1.2
2.2
2.1
0
1000
2000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
References:
pages 178 to 181
3000
4000
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 2051M servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 2051M
LXM 15MD40N4
400 3-phase 480 3-phase
36
68.33
32
31.2
1500
1700
40.4
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
3800
3.1
208
kgcm2
10
77
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
93
1.1
21.3
19.4
LXM 15MD56N4
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
LXM 15HC11N4X
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
32
1500
32.3
1500
31.2
1700
31.3
1700
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 2051M servo motor
With LXM 15MD40N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
With LXM 15MD56N4 servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
With LXM 15HC11N4X servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
80
80
80
Mmax
60
Mmax
60
Mmax
60
1.1
50
1.2
1.1
50
M0
30
1.2
20
2.1
10
20
2.2
2.1
10
0
20
2.2
500
1500
2500
3500
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
References:
pages 178 to 181
0
500
1500
2500
3500
Speed in rpm
1.2
2.1
10
0
0
1.1
50
40
M0
30
M0
30
2.2
0
0
500
1500
2500
3500
Speed in rpm
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 2051P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 2051P
LXM 15HC11N4X
230 3-phase
36
82
31.9
1444
78.1
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
3800
1.6
104
kgcm2
10
77
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
93
0.3
5.7
19
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
28.2
2622
27
3192
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Stator
(at 20°C)
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 2051P servo motor
With LXM 15HC11N4X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15HC11N4X servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
90
Mmax
90
Mmax
1
70
60
50
M0
30
20
10
0
2
0
500
1500
2500
3500
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
1.1
70
60
50
1.2
M0
30
20
10
0
2.2
2.1
0
500
1500
2500
3500
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics
(continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 2052M servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 2052M
LXM 15HC11N4X
230 3-phase 400 3-phase
65
200
56.5
49
500
1000
49.6
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
3800
5.04
314
kgcm2
10
129
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
145
1.1
20.6
18.72
480 3-phase
LXM 15HC20N4X
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
45.6
1300
56.5
500
45.6
1300
49
1000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 2052M servo motor
With LXM 15HC11N4X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15HC11N4X servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
With LXM 15HC20N4X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
250
250
250
Mmax
Mmax
Mmax
1
150
1.1
150
100
2
M0
50
150
100
100
Mo
50
M0
50
2.1
0
1
1.2
2.2
0
0
0
1000
2000
3000
Speed in rpm
2
0
1000
2000
3000
Speed in rpm
0
1000
2000
3000
Speed in rpm
With LXM 15HC20N4X servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
250
Mmax
1.1
1.2
150
100
M0
50
2.1
2.2
0
0
1000
2000
3000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Characteristics (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 2052P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 2052P
LXM 15HC11N4X
230 3-phase 400 3-phase
65
118.54
55
49
1000
2000
96.8
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
3800
2.58
161
kgcm2
10
129
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
145
0.3
5.4
18
480 3-phase
LXM 15HC20N4X
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
193.45
56
1000
49
3000
49.32
2000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 2052P servo motor
With LXM 15HC11N4X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15HC11N4X servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
With LXM 15HC20N4X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
140
140
1
Mmax
100
100
80
80
M0
2
M0
250
1.1/1.2
Mmax
40
40
20
20
Mmax
2.1/2.2
100
0
1000
2000
3000
Speed in rpm
2
M0
50
0
0
1
150
0
1000
2000
3000
Speed in rpm
0
0
1000
2000
3000
Speed in rpm
With LXM 15HC20N4X servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
250
1.1/1.2
Mmax
150
100
2.1/2.2
M0
50
0
0
1000
2000
3000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 2053M servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 2053M
LXM 15HC11N4X
230 3-phase 400 3-phase
90
227.18
80.2
70.45
500
1000
68
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms/krpm
3800
5.5
344
kgcm2
10
182
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
196
0.8
16.8
20
480 3-phase
LXM 15HC20N4X
230 3-phase
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
64.6
1300
300
80.2
500
64.6
1300
70.45
1000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 2053M servo motor
With LXM 15HC11N4X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15HC11N4X servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
With LXM 15HC20N4X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
250
Mmax
200
250
Mmax
200
Mmax
350
1.2
1.1
1
150
150
M0
150
2.1
2.2
0
0
0
1000
2000
3000
Speed in rpm
2
M0
50
50
1
200
M0
2
250
0
1000
2000
3000
Speed in rpm
50
0
0
1000
2000
3000
Speed in rpm
With LXM 15HC20N4X servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
350
Mmax
250
1.1
200
1.2
150
M0
50
2.1
2.2
0
0
1000
2000
3000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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BSH servo motors
Characteristics of BSH 2053P servo motors
Type of servo motor
Associated with Lexium 15 servo drive
Line supply voltage
Torque
Continuous stall
Peak stall
Nominal
Nominal torque
operating point Nominal speed
Maximum current
M0
Mmax
V
Nm
Nm
Nm
rpm
A rms
BSH 2053P
LXM 15HC20N4X
230 3-phase
90
202.96
70.45
1000
136.1
rpm
Nm/A rms
Vrms /krpm
3800
2.76
172
kgcm2
10
182
kgcm2
Ω
mH
ms
196
0.2
4.2
21
400 3-phase
480 3-phase
37.37
2000
Servo motor characteristics
Maximum mechanical speed
Constants
Torque
(at 120°C)
Back emf
Rotor
Stator
(at 20°C)
Number of poles
Inertia
Without
Jm
brake
With brake Jm
Resistance (phase/phase)
Inductance (phase/phase)
Electrical time constant
Holding brake (according to model)
See page 186
Torque/speed curves
BSH 2053P servo motor
With LXM 15HC20N4X servo drive
230 V 3-phase
With LXM 15HC20N4X servo drive
400/480 V 3-phase
Torque in Nm
Torque in Nm
250
250
1
Mmax
1.1/1.2
Mmax
150
150
M0
2.1/2.2
M0
2
50
50
0
0
0
1000
2000
3000
Speed in rpm
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
0
1000
2000
3000
Speed in rpm
1.1 Peak torque at 400 V, 3-phase
2.1 Continuous torque at 400 V, 3-phase
References:
pages 178 to 181
1.2 Peak torque at 480 V, 3-phase
2.2 Continuous torque at 480 V, 3-phase
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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BSH servo motors
Radial and axial forces permitted on the motor shaft
Fr
Even when the servo motors are used under optimum conditions, their service life is
limited by that of the bearings.
X
Conditions
Nominal service life of bearings (1)
Ambiant temperature
(temperature of bearings ~ 100°C)
Force application point
B
L10h = 20,000 hours
40°C
Fr applied at the middle point of the shaft end
X = B/2 (dimension B, see pages 182 to 185)
(1) Hours of use with a failure probability of 10%
d
Fa
Mechanical speed
Servo motor
The following conditions must be adhered to:
b Radial and axial forces must not be applied simultaneously
b Shaft end with IP 40 or IP 65 degree of protection
b The bearings cannot be changed by the user as the built-in position sensor must be realigned
if the unit is dismantled.
BSH 0551
BSH 0552
BSH 0553
BSH 0701
BSH 0702
BSH 0703
BSH 1001
BSH 1002
BSH 1003
BSH 1004
BSH 1401
BSH 1402
BSH 1403
BSH 1404
BSH 2051
BSH 2052
BSH 2053
rpm
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
Maximum radial force Fr
1000
2000
3000
4000
340
270
240
220
370
290
260
230
390
310
270
240
660
520
460
410
710
560
490
450
730
580
510
460
900
720
630
570
990
790
690
620
1050
830
730
660
1070
850
740
–
2210
1760
1530
–
2430
1930
1680
–
2560
2030
1780
–
2660
2110
1840
–
3730
2960
2580
–
4200
3330
2910
–
4500
3570
3120
–
Maximum axial force: Fa = 0.2 x Fr
5000
200
220
230
380
410
430
530
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
6000
190
200
210
360
390
400
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
7000
180
190
200
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
8000
170
190
190
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Characteristics of servo motor/servo drive power connection cables
Cables fitted with a connector on servo motor side
Cable type
External sleeve, insulation
VW3 M5 101 Rppp
VW3 M5 103 Rppp
PUR orange coloured RAL 2003, TPM or PP/PE
Capacity
pF/m
< 70 (conductors/shielding)
External diameter
mm
[(4 x 1.5 mm2)
[(4 x 4 mm2 ) + (2 x 1 mm2)]
+ (2 x 1 mm2 )]
1 industrial connector (on BSH servo motor side) and 1 free wire end (on Lexium 15
LP and 15 HP servo drive side)
12 ± 0.2
16.3 ± 0.3
Curvature radius
mm
Working voltage
V
Maximum usable length
m
Operating temperature
°C
Number of conductors (shielded)
Connector type
125, suitable for daisy-chaining, cable carrier system
50, for connection with a Lexium 15 LP servo drive
100, for connection with a Lexium 15 HP servo drive
- 40...+ 90 (fixed), - 20…+ 80 (mobile)
UL, CSA, VDE, e, DESINA
Certification
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
90, suitable for
daisy-chaining, cable
carrier system
600
References:
pages 178 to 181
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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BSH servo motors
Characteristics of servo motor/servo drive power connection cables (continued)
Cables fitted with a connector on both the servo motor and servo drive sides
Cable type
External sleeve, insulation
VW3 M5 201 Rppp
VW3 M5 202 Rppp
PUR orange coloured RAL 2003, TPM or PP/PE
Capacity
VW3 M5 203 Rppp
pF/m
< 70 (conductors/shielding)
External diameter
mm
[(4 x 1.5 mm2)
[(4 x 2.5 mm2)
[(4 x 4 mm2)
+ (2 x 1 mm 2)]
+ (2 x 1 mm 2)]
+ (2 x 1 mm 2)]
1 industrial connector (BSH servo motor side) and 1 removable 6-way connecteur
(Lexium 15 MP servo drives side)
12 ± 0.2
14.3 ± 0.3
16.3 ± 0.3
Curvature radius
mm
Working voltage
V
90, suitable for
daisy-chaining,
cable-carrier system
600
Maximum usable length
m
100, for connection with a Lexium 15 MP servo drive
Operating temperature
°C
- 40...+ 90 (fixed), - 20…+ 80 (mobile)
Number of conductors (shielded)
Connector type
110, suitable for
daisy-chaining,
cable-carrier system
125, suitable for
daisy-chaining,
cable-carrier system
UL, CSA, VDE, e, DESINA
Certification
Cables
Cable type
External sleeve, insulation
VW3 M5 304 Rpppp
PUR orange coloured RAL 2003, TPM or PP/PE
Capacity
pF/m
< 70 (conductors/shielding)
Number of conductors (shielded)
[(4 x 10 mm2) + (2 x 1 mm2 )]
Connector type
External diameter
mm
Without connectors; cable for connection of BSH 2052 and BSH 2053 servo motors
(terminal) with Lexium 15 HP servo drive (terminal)
18 ± 0.3
Curvature radius
mm
135, suitable for daisy-chaining, cable-carrier system
Working voltage
V
600
Maximum usable length
m
100
Operating temperature
°C
- 40...+ 90 (fixed), - 20…+ 80 (mobile)
UL, CSA, VDE, e, DESINA
Certification
Characteristics of the servo motor/servo drive control connection cables
Cable type
Sensor
VW3 M8 301 Rppp
SinCos Hiperface® encoder
External sleeve, insulation
PUR green coloured RAL 6018, polyester
Number of conductors (shielded)
5 x (2 x 0.25 mm2) + (2 x 0.5 mm2)
External diameter
mm
8.8 ± 0.2
Min. curvature radius
mm
1 industrial connector (servo motor side) and 1 x 15-way SUB-D male connector
(servo drive side)
68, suitable for daisy-chaining, cable-carrier system
Working voltage
V
350 (0.25 mm 2), 500 (0.5 mm2 )
Operating temperature
°C
- 50…+ 90 (fixed), - 40...+ 80 (mobile)
Connector type
UL, CSA, VDE, e, DESINA
Certification
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
References:
pages 180 and 181
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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BSH servo motors
BSH servo motors
The BSH servo motors shown below are not equipped with gearboxes.
For GBX gearboxes see page 190.
Continuous stall torque
105990
Nm
0.5
105991
105992
Maximum Associated
mechanical servo drive
speed
LXM 15
Maximum
nominal
speed (1)
Nm
1.4
rpm
8000
LD13M3
LU60N4
LD13M3
rpm
3200
3200
7040
Reference
(2)
Weight
(3)
BSH 0551P ppppA
kg
0.800
BSH 0551T ppppA
0.800
0.9
2.25
2.26
2.54
2.7
8000
8000
8000
8000
LU60N4
LU60N4
LD13M3
LD13M3
4080
3760
7120
3360
BSH 0552M ppppA
BSH 0552P ppppA
BSH 0552T ppppA
BSH 0552P ppppA
1.100
1.100
1.100
1.100
1.3
3.5
3.87
4.2
8000
8000
8000
LU60N4
LD10N4
LD13M3
4240
7280
3600
BSH 0553M ppppA
BSH 0553P ppppA
1.400
1.400
1.4
2.91
3.19
8000
8000
LD10N4
LD13M3
LD21M3
6000
5040
5040
BSH 0701T ppppA
2.100
1.41
2.66
8000
LD13M3
LU60N4
2960
3040
BSH 0701P ppppA
2.100
2.12
4.47
5.45
5.63
8000
8000
8000
LD17N4
LD21M3
LU60N4
5920
5280
2960
BSH 0702T ppppA
2.800
BSH 0702M ppppA
2.800
2.2
4.85
5.63
8000
8000
LD10N4
LD13M3
6880
2880
BSH 0702P ppppA
2.800
2.83
5.99
7.38
7.71
9.28
8000
8000
8000
8000
LD21M3
LD28M3
LD17N4
LD21M3
2960
5520
6480
2560
BSH 0703P ppppA
BSH 0703T ppppA
BSH 0703P ppppA
3.600
3.600
3.600
3.39
6.19
7.08
8.5
6000
6000
6000
LD10N4
LD21M3
LD28M3
2580
2400
3960
BSH 1001P ppppA
4.300
BSH 1001T ppppA
4.300
5.5
11.59
6000
LD28M3
4080
BSH 1002T ppppA
5.800
5.8
12.13
14.79
6000
6000
LD17N4
LD21M3
4740
1920
BSH 1002P ppppA
5.800
7.76
15.19
22.95
6000
6000
LD10N4
LD17N4
2040
2040
BSH 1003M ppppA
7.500
7.8
19.69
6000
7.500
6000
2100
4620
4320
BSH 1003P ppppA
23.17
LD28M3
MD28N4
MD40N4
19.8
21.04
25.7
29.87
33.83
34.17
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
6000
LD10N4
MD40N4
MD28N4
LD17N4
MD40N4
MD40N4
1620
3480
4020
1740
3600
1620
BSH 1004M ppppA
BSH 1004T ppppA
BSH 1004P ppppA
BSH 1004M ppppA
BSH 1004P ppppA
BSH 1004M ppppA
9.200
9.200
9.200
9.200
9.200
9.200
BSH 055 pp
BSH 070 pp
Peak stall
torque
9.31
BSH 100 pp
(1) Derating possible according to the power supply voltage, see characteristics pages 150 to 175.
(2) To complete each reference see the table on page 179.
(3) Servo motor weight without brake. To obtain the weight of the servo motor with holding brake, see page 186.
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
Characteristics:
pages 150 to 175
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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BSH servo motors (continued)
Continuous stall torque
Nm
23.33
Maximum
mechanical
speed
rpm
4000
26
4000
19.5
39.33
47.5
4000
4000
MD40N4
MD40N4
MD56N4
27.8
57.32
71.76
4000
4000
33.4
82.32
95
36
105994
Nm
11.1
BSH 2051p
65
90
Peak stall
torque
Associated
servo drive
LXM 15
Reference
(2)
MD56N4
MD28N4
MD40N4
MD28N4
Maximum
nominal
power (1)
rpm
2520
3080
3080
1320
Weight
(3)
BSH 1401T ppppA
BSH 1401P ppppA
kg
11.900
11.900
BSH 1401M ppppA
11.900
3320
1480
3040
BSH 1402P ppppA
BSH 1402M ppppA
BSH 1402P ppppA
16.600
16.600
16.600
MD56N4
MD40N4
3240
1400
BSH 1403P ppppA
BSH 1403M ppppA
21.300
21.300
4000
4000
MD40N4
MD56N4
1400
1320
BSH 1404M ppppA
26.000
68.33
3800
33.000
3800
1672
1672
1672
3190
BSH 2051M ppppA
82
MD40N4
MD56N4
HC11N4X
HC11N4X
BSH 2051P ppppA
33.000
118.54
193.45
200
3800
3800
3800
3800
HC11N4X
HC20N4X
HC11N4X
HC20N4X
3000
3000
1710
1710
BSH 2052P ppp3A (4)
44.000
202.96
227.18
300
3800
3800
3800
HC20N4X
HC11N4X
HC20N4X
3000
1980
1890
BSH 2053P ppp3A (4) 56.000
BSH 2053M ppp3A (4) 56.000
BSH 2052M ppp3A (4) 44.000
To order a BSH servo motor complete each reference with:
Untapped
p
0
Keyed
1
Untapped
2
Keyed
3
BSH 0701P
Shaft end
IP 40
IP 65
Integrated sensor Single turn, SinCos Hiperface® 4096 points/turn
Multiturn, SinCos Hiperface® 4096 points/turn, 4096 turns
Holding brake
Connection (4)
Flange
p
p
p
1
2
None
A
With
F
Straight connectors
1
Rotatable right-angled connectors
2
International standard
A
A
Note: The example above is for a BSH 0701P servo motor. Replace BSH 0701P by the relevant reference for other servo motors.
(1) Derating possible according to the power supply voltage, see characteristics pages 150 to 175.
(2) To complete each reference see the table above.
(3) Servo motor weight without brake. To obtain the weight of the servo motor with holding brake, see page 186.
(4) The BSH 2052 p and BSH 2053p servo motors are supplied with a power connection terminal and an angled connector for the control connection (sensor), see
page 185. The product reference is BSH 205pp ppp3A.
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
Characteristics:
pages 150 to 175
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Power connection cables
Description
Cables fitted with a
connector on servo
motor side
From
servo motor
BSH 055pp
BSH 070pp
BSH 100pp
To
servo drive
LXM 15Lppppp
Composition
Length
m
[(4 x 1.5 mm2) + 3
(2 x 1 mm2)]
5
10
15
20
25 (1)
50 (1)
BSH 2051M
BSH 2051P
LXM 15HCppN4X [(4 x 4 mm2) +
(2 x 1 mm2)]
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
101 R30
101 R50
101 R100
101 R150
101 R200
101 R250
101 R500
Weight
kg
0.810
1.210
2.290
3.400
4.510
6.200
12.325
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
103 R30
103 R50
103 R100
103 R150
103 R200
103 R250
103 R500
103 R750
1.330
2.130
4.130
6.120
8.090
11.625
23.175
34.725
BSH 1003P
BSH 1004p
BSH 1401M
BSH 1401P
BSH 1402M
BSH 1402P
BSH 1403M
BSH 1404M
LXM 15MDppN4
[(4 x 1.5 mm2) + 3
(2 x 1 mm2)]
5
10
15
20
25 (1)
50 (1)
75 (1)
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
201
201
201
201
201
201
201
201
R30
R50
R100
R150
R200
R250
R500
R750
0.885
1.375
2.600
3.825
5.050
6.275
12.400
18.525
BSH 1401T
BSH 1402T
BSH 1403P
BSH 1404P
LXM 15MDppN4
[(4 x 2.5 mm2) + 3
(2 x 1 mm2)]
5
10
15
20
25 (1)
50 (1)
75 (1)
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
202
202
202
202
202
202
202
202
R30
R50
R100
R150
R200
R250
R500
R750
1.137
1.795
3.430
5.085
6.730
8.375
16.600
24.825
BSH 2051M
LXM 15MDppN4
[(4 x 4 mm2) +
(2 x 1 mm2)]
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
VW3 M5
203
203
203
203
203
203
203
203
R30
R50
R100
R150
R200
R250
R500
R750
1.536
2.460
4.770
7.080
9.390
11.700
23.250
34.800
VW3 M5 101/103 R ppp
Cables fitted with two
connectors
VW3 M5 201/202/203 Rppp
3
5
10
15
20
25
50
75
3
5
10
15
20
25 (1)
50 (1)
75 (1)
Reference
(1) For cables longer than 20 m, a motor choke is compulsory, see page 47.
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
Characteristics:
pages 176 and 177
180
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References (continued)
1
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1
BSH servo motors
Power connection cables (continued)
Description
Cable
From
servo motor
BSH 2052M
BSH 2052P
BSH 2053M
BSH 2053P
To
Composition
servo drive
LXM 15HCppN4X [(4 x 10 mm2) +
(2 x 1 mm2 )]
Length
m
10
Reference
Weight
kg
VW3 M5 304 R100
8.530
25
VW3 M5 304 R250
21.325
50
VW3 M5 304 R500
42.650
100
VW3 M5 304 R1000 85.300
VW3 M5 304 Rpppp
Control connecting cables
Description
SinCos Hiperface®
encoder cables fitted
with two connectors
VW3 M8 301 Rppp
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
From
servo motor
BSH, all
ratings
To servo drive
LXM 15, all
ratings
Composition
Length
m
5x(2 x 0.25 mm2) 3
+ (2 x 0.5 mm2)
5
Reference
VW3 M8 301 R30
Weight
kg
–
VW3 M8 301 R50
–
10
VW3 M8 301 R100
–
15
VW3 M8 301 R150
–
20
VW3 M8 301 R200
–
25
VW3 M8 301 R250
–
50
VW3 M8 301 R500
–
75
VW3 M8 301 R750
–
Characteristics:
pages 176 and 177
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Dimensions
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
BSH 055 (example with straight connectors: power supply for servo motor/brake 1 and encoder 2)
Shaft end, keyed slot (optional)
1
94,5
4
20
+0,1
0
12
55
c
BSH 0551
BSH 0552
BSH 0553
1,8
20
3 N9
2
b1
39,5
9
2
Straight
connectors
b1
25.5
25.5
25.5
Rotary angled
connectors
b1
39.5
39.5
39.5
c (without brake)
132.5
154.5
176.5
c (with brake)
159
181
203
BSH 070 (example with straight connectors: power supply for servo motor/brake 1 and encoder 2)
Shaft end, keyed slot (optional)
1
2
111,5
b1
39,5
8,5
2,5
h
c3
c
c1
BSH 0701
BSH 0702
BSH 0703
Straight
connectors
b1
25.5
25.5
25.5
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
h1
c1
c2
70
Rotary angled
connectors
b1
39.5
39.5
39.5
Characteristics:
pages 150 to 177
c (without brake)
154
187
220
c (with brake)
180
213
256
c1
23
23
30
c2
18
18
20
c3
2.5
2.5
5
h
4 N9
4 N9
5 N9
h1
+0.1
2.5 0
+0.1
2.5 0
+0.1
3 0
Ø
11 k6
11 k6
14 k6
Ø1
M4
M4
M5
References:
pages 178 to 181
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Dimensions (continued)
Lexium 15 motion control
1
1
BSH servo motors
BSH 100 (example with straight connectors: power supply for servo motor/brake 1 and encoder 2)
Shaft end, keyed slot (optional)
1
2
b1
39,5
14
3,5
h1
h
138,5
c1
5
BSH 1001
BSH 1002
BSH 1003
BSH 1004
100
c
c1
c2
Straight
connectors
b1
25.5
25.5
25.5
25.5
Rotary angled
connectors
b1
39.5
39.5
39.5
39.5
c (without brake)
169
205
241
277
c (with brake)
200
236
272
308
c1
40
40
40
50
c2
30
30
30
40
h
6 N9
6 N9
6 N9
8 N9
h1
+0.1
3.5 0
+0.1
3.5 0
+0.1
3.5 0
+0.1
4 0
Ø
19
19
19
24
k6
k6
k6
k6
Ø1
M6
M6
M6
M8
BSH 140 (example with straight connectors: power supply for servo motor/brake 1 and encoder 2)
Shaft end, keyed slot (optional)
1
2
178
50
5
50
4
+0,1
0
8 N9
3,5
b1
39,5
12
40
c
140
BSH 1401
BSH 1402
BSH 1403
BSH 1404
Straight
connectors
b1
25.5
25.5
25.5
25.5
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
Rotary angled
connectors
b1
39.5
39.5
39.5
39.5
Characteristics:
pages 150 to 177
c (without brake) c (with brake)
218
256
273
311
328
366
383
421
References:
pages 178 to 181
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Dimensions (continued)
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
BSH 2051 (example with rotary angled connectors: power supply for servo motor/brake 1 and encoder 2)
Shaft end, keyed slot (optional)
1
2
b2
b1
17
3,5
b
5
c
80
BSH 2051
Straight
connectors
b
b1
259
54
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
+0,1
0
4
8 N9
80
40
205
b2
25.5
Rotary angled
connectors
b
b1
267
70
Characteristics:
pages 150 to 177
b2
39.5
c (without brake) c (with brake)
321
370.5
References:
pages 178 to 181
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1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
BSH 2052 and 2053 (example with angled connectors: power supply for servo motor/brake 1 and encoder 2) (1)
Shaft end, keyed slot (optional)
1
2
274
80
5
80
+0,1
0
5
10 P9
39,5
69
17
4
70
c
205
c (without brake) c (with brake)
BSH 2052
405
454.5
BSH 2053
489
538.5
(1) Not available with straight connectors. The power supply cable for servo motor/brake 1 is connected via a terminal.
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
Characteristics:
pages 150 to 177
References:
pages 178 to 181
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references
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Option: integrated holding brake
1
Holding brake
Presentation
L1
L2
c 24 V
L3
BR +
BR –
V/T2
W/T3
U/T1
Lexium 15
controller with
integrated
holding brake
The holding brake integrated into the BSH servo motor, depending on the model, is
an electromagnetic pressure spring brake that blocks the servo motor axis once the
output current has been switched off. In the event of an emergency, such as a power
outage or an emergency stop, the drive is immobilized, significantly increasing
safety.
Blocking the servo motor axis is also necessary in cases of torque overload, such as
in the event of vertical axis movement.
Activation of the holding brake is directly controlled by the Lexium 15 servo drive.
Holding brake
Characteristics
Type of servo motor
Holding torque MBr
Inertia of rotor (brake only) J Br
Electrical clamping power PBr
Supply voltage
Opening time
Closing time
Weight (brake only)
BSH
Nm
kgcm2
W
ms
ms
kg
0551
0701
0552
0702
0553
0.8
2
0.0213
0.072
10
11
24 Vc -10…+6 %
12
25
6
8
0.080
0.450
0703
1004
1401
1402
1403
1404
3
0.23
12
1001
1002
1003
9
0.613
18
12
1.025
20
23
1.15
24
36
5.5
26
2051
2052
2053
80
16
40
35
15
0.320
40
18
0.450
45
20
0.690
50
25
1.100
100
30
1.790
200
50
3.600
References
105992
Selection of BSH servo motor with F or without A holding brake , see references
page 179.
BSH servo motor
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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references
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Option: integrated sensor
1
Sensor integrated into BSH servo motors
Presentation
L1
L2
The standard measurement device is the SinCos Hiperface® single turn or multiturn
encoder integrated into the BSH servo motors. This measurement device is perfectly
adapted to the Lexium 15 range of servo drives.
L3
Use of this encoder allows:
v The BSH servo motor data to be automatically identified by the servo drive
v The servo drive's control loops to be automatically initialized. These functions
therefore simplify the installation of the motion control device.
V/T2
W/T3
U/T1
Lexium 15
SinCos Hiperface®
encoder
Characteristics
Type of sensor
Single turn SinCos
Multiturn SinCos
Sinus periods per turn
128
128
Number of points
Encoder precision
4096
± 1.3 arc minutes
4096 x 4096 turns
Measurement method
Interface
Operating temperature
Optical high resolution
Hiperface ®
+5…+110
°C
References
105992
Selection of SinCos Hiperface® single turn 1 or multiturn 2 encoder integrated into
the BSH servo motor, see references page 179.
BSH servo motor
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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BSH servo motors
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
Presentation
535593
In many cases, motion control requires the use of planetary gearboxes to adapt
speeds and torques, while ensuring the precision demanded by the application.
Schneider Electric has selected GBX gearboxes made by Neugart to be used in
association with the BSH servo motor range. These gearboxes are lubricated for life
and are designed for applications not requiring very low backlash. As their
association with BSH servo motors has been thoroughly qualified and they are very
easy to mount, the gearboxes are simple to put into operation and risk free.
Available in 5 sizes (GBX 40... GBX 160), the planetary gearboxes are offered in
12 speed reduction ratios (3:1...40:1), see table below.
GBX planetary gearbox
Continuous stall torques and peak stall torques available from the gearbox are
obtained by multiplying the characteristic values of the servo motor by the reduction
ratio and gearbox efficiency (0.96 or 0.94 depending on the speed reduction ratio).
The table below shows the most suitable servo motor/gearbox combinations. For
other associations consult the servo motor data sheets.
BSH servo motor/GBX gearbox associations
Type of
servo motor
BSH 0551
BSH 0552
BSH 0553
BSH 0701
BSH 0702
BSH 0703
BSH 1001
BSH 1002
BSH 1003
BSH 1004
BSH 1401
BSH 1402
BSH 1403
BSH 1404
BSH 2051
BSH 2052
BSH 2053
Speed reduction ratio
3:1
4:1
5:1
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 80
GBX 120 GBX 120
GBX 120 GBX 120 GBX 120
GBX 120 GBX 120 GBX 120
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160 GBX 160 GBX 160
GBX 160* GBX 160* GBX 160*
–
–
–
–
–
–
8:1
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60*
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160*
–
–
GBX 60*
Characteristics:
page 189
References:
page 190
9:1
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
–
–
–
12:1
GBX 40
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
–
–
–
15:1
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
–
–
–
16:1
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
–
–
–
20:1
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
–
–
–
25:1
GBX 60
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 80
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
–
–
–
32:1
GBX 60
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
–
–
–
40:1
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 60*
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 120
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
GBX 160*
–
–
–
For associations in italics and marked with an asterisk, you must check that the application does
not exceed the maximum continuous output torque of the gearbox, see values page 189.
Dimensions:
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Characteristics
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1
BSH servo motors
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
Characteristics of GBX gearboxes
Type of gearbox
Type of gearbox
Backlash
Torsion rigidity
3:1...8:1
9:1...40:1
3:1...8:1
9:1...40:1
Noise level
Junction box
Shaft material
Shaft output dust and damp protection
Lubrification
Average service life (1)
Mounting position
Operating temperature
GBX 40
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 120
Planetary gearbox with straight teeth, single reduction stage
arc min < 30
< 20
< 12
<8
< 35
< 25
< 17
< 12
Nm/arc 1.0
2.3
6
12
min
1.1
2.5
6.5
13
dB (A) 55
58
60
65
Black anodized aluminum
C 45
IP 54
Lubricated for life
hr
30,000
All positions
°C
- 25...+ 90
GBX 160
<6
< 10
38
41
70
Characteristics of BSH servo motor/GBX gearbox associations
Type of gearbox
Efficiency
Maximum permitted radial
force (1) (2)
Maximum permitted axial
force (1)
Moment of gearbox inertia
3:1...8:1
9:1...40:1
L10h = 10,000 hours
L10h = 30,000 hours
L10h = 10,000 hours
L10h = 30,000 hours
3:1
4:1
5:1
8:1
9:1
12:1
15:1
16:1
20:1
25:1
32:1
40:1
Continuous output torque (1) 3:1
M2N
4:1
5:1
8:1
9:1
12:1
15:1
16:1
20:1
25:1
32:1
40:1
GBX 40
0.96
0.94
200
160
200
160
GBX 60
GBX 80
GBX 120
GBX 160
500
340
600
450
950
650
1200
900
2000
1500
2800
2100
6000
4200
8000
6000
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
kgcm2
0.031
0.022
0.019
0.017
0.03
0.029
0.023
0.022
0.019
0.019
0.017
0.016
0.135
0.093
0.078
0.065
0.131
0.127
0.077
0.088
0.075
0.075
0.064
0.064
0.77
0.52
0.45
0.39
0.74
0.72
0.71
0.5
0.44
0.44
0.39
0.39
2.63
1.79
1.53
1.32
2.62
2.56
2.53
1.75
1.5
1.49
1.3
1.3
12.14
7.78
6.07
4.63
–
12.37
12.35
7.47
6.64
5.81
6.36
5.28
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
Nm
4.5
6
6
5
16.5
20
18
20
20
18
20
18
12
16
16
15
44
44
44
44
44
40
44
40
40
50
50
50
130
120
110
120
120
110
120
110
80
100
110
120
210
260
230
260
260
230
260
230
400
450
450
450
–
800
700
800
800
700
800
700
N
N
(1) Values refer to an output shaft speed of 100 rpm in S1 mode (cyclical ratio = 1) on electrical machines for an ambient temperature of 30°C.
(2) Force applied at mid-distance from the output shaft.
Presentation:
page 188
References:
page 190
Dimensions:
page 191
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References,
mounting
1
1
BSH servo motors
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
References
535593
Size
Reference
(1)
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
GBX 040 ppp ppp pF
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1, 25:1, 32:1 and 40:1 GBX 040 ppp ppp pF
Weight
kg
0.350
0.450
GBX 60
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
GBX 060 ppp ppp pF
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1, 25:1, 32:1 and 40:1 GBX 060 ppp ppp pF
0.900
1.100
GBX 80
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
GBX 080 ppp ppp pF
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1, 25:1, 32:1 and 40:1 GBX 080 ppp ppp pF
2.100
2.600
GBX 120
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
GBX 120 ppp ppp pF
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1, 25:1, 32:1 and 40:1 GBX 120 ppp ppp pF
6.000
8.000
GBX 160
3:1, 4:1, 5:1 and 8:1
GBX 160 ppp ppp pF
9:1, 12:1, 15:1, 16:1, 20:1, 25:1, 32:1 and 40:1 GBX 160 ppp ppp pF
18.000
22.000
GBX 40
GBX ppp
Speed reduction ratio
To order a GBX planetary gearbox, complete each reference with:
GBX
Size
Junction box diameter
(see associations table
with BSH servo motor,
page 188)
Speed reduction ratio
Associated BSH servo motor Type
Model
40 mm
60 mm
80 mm
115 mm
160 mm
3:1
4:1
5:1
8:1
9:1
12:1
15:1
16:1
20:1
25:1
32:1
40:1
BSH 055
BSH 070
BSH 100
BSH 140
BSH 205
BSH ppp1
BSH ppp2
BSH ppp3
BSH ppp4
ppp
040
060
080
120
160
ppp
ppp
p
F
003
004
005
008
009
012
015
016
020
025
032
040
055
070
100
140
205
1
2
3
4
BSH servo motor adaptation
F
Mounting
No specialized tool is required to mount the GBX planetary gearbox on the
BSH servo motor. The general usage rules for mechanical mounting must be
observed:
1 Clean support areas and joints.
2 Align shafts to be linked and assemble in vertical position.
3 Join the servo motor flange to the gearbox flange in uniform manner, with cross
tightening of the screws.
4 Using a torque wrench, tighten the TA ring following tightening torque (2...40 Nm
according to the gearbox model).
For more information, consult the user instructions supplied with the products).
1
2
3
4
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Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Option: GBX planetary gearboxes
Dimensions
Servo motor assembly
a
a1
g
a2
a3
a4
4xØ4
4xØ6
a5
Ø7
Ø1
Ø2
h
Ø3
Ø5
c
GBX
040 003...008
c
40
a
93.5
a1
28.5
a2
39
a3
26
a4
23
a5
2.5
h
11.2
g
3
Ø1
40
Ø2
26 h7
Ø3
10 h7
Ø4
M4 x 6
Ø5
34
Ø6
M4 x 10
Ø7
46
040 009...016
40
106.5 28.5
52
26
23
2.5
11.2
3
40
26 h7
10 h7
M4 x 6
34
M4 x 10
46
060 003...008
60
106.5 24.5
47
35
30
2.5
16
5
60
40 h7
14 h7
M5 x 8
52
M5 x 12
63
060 009...040
60
118.5 24.5
59
35
30
2.5
16
5
60
40 h7
14 h7
M5 x 8
52
M5 x 12
63
080 003...008
90
134
33.5
60.5
40
36
4
22.5
6
80
60 h7
20 h7
M6 x 10
70
M6 x 15
100
080 009...032
90
151
33.5
77.5
40
36
4
22.5
6
80
60 h7
20 h7
M6 x 10
70
M6 x 15
100
120 003...008
115
176.5 47.5
74
55
50
5
28
8
115
80 h7
25 h7
M10 x 16
100
M8 x 20
115
120 009...040
115
203.5 47.5
101
55
50
5
28
8
115
80 h7
25 h7
M10 x 16
100
M8 x 20
115
160 003...008
140
255.5 64.5
104
87
80
8
43
12
160
130 h7 40 h7
M12 x 20
145
M10 x 25
165
160 009...040
140
305
153.5
87
80
8
43
12
160
130 h7 40 h7
M12 x 20
145
M10 x 25
165
Presentation:
page 188
64.5
Characteristics:
page 189
References:
page 190
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Sizing
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Sizing of BSH servo motor
To assist you in sizing the servo motor, the "Lexium Sizer" software tool is available
on the website www.telemecanique.com
M1
3
These 2 pages are to help you understand the method used for calculation.
To size the servo motor you need to know the equivalent thermal torque and the
average speed required by the mechanics to be associated with the servo motor.
Both values are calculated using the motor cycle trend diagram and should be
compared with the speed/torque curves given for each servo motor (see BSH servo
motor curves, pages 150 to 175).
Motor speed n i
n3
n2
n1
t
0
n4
t1
t2 t3
t4
t5 t6 t7 t8 t9
t10
t11 t12
Tcycle
M3
M2
M1
0
Motor cycle trend diagram
The motor cycle is made up of several sub-cycles for which the duration of each is
known.
Each sub-cycle is broken down into phases which correspond to the periods of time
during which the motor torque is constant (1 to 3 phases maximum per sub-cycle).
This breakdown can be used to calculate, for each phase:
b the duration (tj)
b the speed (n i)
b the required torque value (Mi)
The curves on the left show the 4 phase types:
b constant acceleration during t1, t3 and t9
b at work during t2, t4, t6 and t10
b constant deceleration during t5, t7 and t11
b motor stopped during t8 and t12
The total cycle duration is:
Tcycle = t1 + t2 + t3 + t4 + t5 + t6 + t7 + t8 + t9 + t10 + t11 + t12
t
M4
Calculating the average speed navg
M5
ni ⋅ tj
The average speed is calculated using the formula opposite where: navg = ∑
----------------------∑ tj
b ni corresponds to the different work speeds.
ni
b ----- corresponds to the average speeds during constant acceleration and
2
deceleration phases.
Required torque Mi
In the above example:
Duration tj
Speed ni
t1
t2
n2
---------2
t3
t4
n3 + n2
-----------------------------2
n2
n3
t5
t6
n3 + n1
-----------------------------2
n1
t7
t8
n1
---------2
0
t9
t10
n4
---------2
t11
n4
---------2
n4
t12
0
The average speed is calculated as follows:
n2
n3 + n2
n3 + n1
n1
n4
n4
------- ⋅ t1 + n2 ⋅ t 2 + -------------------- ⋅ t 3 + n3 ⋅ t4 + -------------------- ⋅ t5 + n1 ⋅ t 6 + ------- ⋅ t7 + ------- ⋅ t9 + n4 ⋅ t 10 + ------- ⋅ t 11
2
2
2
2
2
2
n avg = ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Tcycle
Calculating the equivalent thermal torque Meq
The equivalent thermal torque is calculated using the following formula:
Mi ⋅ t j
∑
------------------------2
M eq =
Tcycle
In the above example, this formula gives the following calculation:
2
Meq =
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
Characteristics:
pages 150 to 175
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
M2 ⋅ t1 + M1 ⋅ t2 + M3 ⋅ t3 + M1 ⋅ t4 + M5 ⋅ t5 + M1 ⋅ t6 + M5 ⋅ t 7 + M5 ⋅ t9 + M4 ⋅ t10 + M2 ⋅ t11
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------T cycle
References:
pages 178 to 181
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Sizing (continued)
1
Lexium 15 motion control
1
BSH servo motors
Torque in Nm
3
Mmax
2,5
Sizing of BSH servo motor (continued)
Determining the size of the servo motor
The point defined by the 2 preceding calculations (average speed and equivalent
thermal torque) where the:
b horizontal axis represents the average speed navg
b vertical axis represents the thermal torque Meq
must be within the area bound by the curve 2 and the work zone.
1
2
1,5
2
M0
Meq
0
0
2000
navg 4000
6000
8000
Speed in rpm
Work zone
The motor cycle trend diagram should also be used to ensure that all torques Mi
required for the different speeds ni during the various cycle phases are within the
area bound by the curve 1 and the work zone.
1 Peak torque
2 Continuous torque
Presentation:
pages 148 and 149
Characteristics:
pages 150 to 175
References:
pages 178 to 181
Dimensions:
pages 182 to 185
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Product reference index
043 509 383
490 NAA 271 0p
490 NAD 911 0p
990 MCO 000 0p
990 MCO 000 15
990 MCO 000 55
990 MCO 000 75
990 MCO 001 25
990 NAD 211 10
990 NAD 211 30
990 NAD 230 00
990 NAD 230 1p
A
ABE 7CPAp1
ABE 7H16R20
AM0 2CA 001V000
AM0 FIP 001V000
AM0 INE 001V000
AM0 MBP 001V000
AM0 SER 001V000
AS MBKT 185
B
BDH 0401B p5A2p
BDH 0402C p5A2p
BDH 0403C p5A2p
BDH 0582C ppp2p
BDH 0582E ppp2p
BDH 0583C ppp2p
BDH 0583D ppp2p
BDH 0583F ppp2p
BDH 0584C ppp2p
BDH 0584D ppp2p
BDH 0584F ppp2p
BDH 0701C ppp2A
BDH 0701E ppp2A
BDH 0702C ppp2A
BDH 0702D ppp2A
BDH 0702H ppp2A
BDH 0703C ppp2A
BDH 0703E ppp2A
BDH 0703H ppp2A
BDH 0841C ppp2p
BDH 0841E ppp2p
BDH 0841H ppp2p
BDH 0842C ppp2p
BDH 0842E ppp2p
BDH 0842G ppp2p
BDH 0842J ppp2p
BDH 0843E ppp2p
BDH 0843G ppp2p
BDH 0843K ppp2p
BDH 0844E ppp2p
BDH 0844G ppp2p
BDH 0844J ppp2p
BDH 1081E ppp2p
BDH 1081G ppp2p
BDH 1081K ppp2p
BDH 1082E ppp2p
BDH 1082G ppp2p
BDH 1082K ppp2p
BDH 1082M ppp2p
BDH 1083G ppp2p
BDH 1083K ppp2p
BDH 1083M ppp2p
BDH 1083P ppp2p
BDH 1084G ppp2p
BDH 1084K ppp2p
35
35
37
38
and 81
38
and 81
38
and 81
38
and 81
38
and 81
35
35
35
35
71
71
31
33
39
35
38
35
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
130
131
130
and 131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
BDH 1084L ppp2p
BDH 1084N ppp2p
BDH 1382G ppp2p
BDH 1382K ppp2p
BDH 1382M ppp2p
BDH 1382P ppp2p
BDH 1383G ppp2p
BDH 1383K ppp2p
BDH 1383M ppp2p
BDH 1383N ppp2p
BDH 1384K ppp2p
BDH 1384L ppp2p
BDH 1384P ppp2p
BDH 1385K ppp2p
BDH 1385M ppp2p
BDH 1385N ppp2p
BDH 1882K ppp2p
BDH 1882M ppp2p
BDH 1882P ppp2p
BDH 1883M ppp2p
BDH 1883P ppp2p
BDH 1884L ppp2p
BDH 1884P ppp2p
BSH 0551P ppppA
BSH 0551T ppppA
BSH 0552M ppppA
BSH 0552P ppppA
BSH 0552T ppppA
BSH 0553M ppppA
BSH 0553P ppppA
BSH 0701P ppppA
BSH 0701T ppppA
BSH 0702M ppppA
BSH 0702P ppppA
BSH 0702T ppppA
BSH 0703P ppppA
BSH 0703T ppppA
BSH 1001P ppppA
BSH 1001T ppppA
BSH 1002P ppppA
BSH 1002T ppppA
BSH 1003M ppppA
BSH 1003P ppppA
BSH 1004M ppppA
BSH 1004P ppppA
BSH 1004T ppppA
BSH 1401M ppppA
BSH 1401P ppppA
BSH 1401T ppppA
BSH 1402M ppppA
BSH 1402P ppppA
BSH 1403M ppppA
BSH 1403P ppppA
BSH 1404M ppppA
BSH 2051M ppppA
BSH 2051P ppppA
BSH 2052M ppp3A
BSH 2052P ppp3A
BSH 2053M ppp3A
BSH 2053P ppp3A
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
131
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
178
179
179
179
179
179
179
179
179
179
179
179
179
179
179
G
GBX 040 ppp ppp pD
GBX 040 ppp ppp pF
GBX 060 ppp ppp pD
GBX 060 ppp ppp pF
GBX 080 ppp ppp pD
GBX 080 ppp ppp pF
GBX 120 ppp ppp pD
GBX 120 ppp ppp pF
GBX 160 ppp ppp pD
GBX 160 ppp ppp pF
GV2 L1p
GV2 L22
143
190
143
190
143
190
143
190
143
190
62
62
L
LC1 D09pp
LC1 D12pp
LC1 D18pp
LC1 D32pp
LC1 D50pp
LC1 D80pp
LC1 K0610pp
LXM 15HC11N4X
LXM 15HC20N4X
LXM 15LD10N4
LXM 15LD13M3
LXM 15LD17N4
LXM 15LD21M3
LXM 15LD28M3
LXM 15LU60N4
LXM 15MD28N4
LXM 15MD40N4
LXM 15MD56N4
62
62
62
62
62
62
62
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
N
NS100HMA50
NS100LMA100
NW BP85 002
NW RR85 001
62
62
35
35
T
TSX CAN CA 100
TSX CAN CA 300
TSX CAN CA 50
TSX CAN CADD pp
TSX CAN CB 100
TSX CAN CB 300
TSX CAN CB 50
TSX CAN CBDD p
TSX CAN CD 100
TSX CAN CD 300
TSX CAN CD 50
TSX CAP S15
TSX CAP S9
TSX CAY 2p
TSX CAY 33
TSX CAY 4p
TSX CCP S15
TSX CCP S15 050
TSX CCP S15 100
TSX CDP 053
TSX CDP 103
TSX CDP 203
TSX CDP 30p
TSX CDP 50p
TSX CDP 611
TSX CPP 110
TSX CSY 164
TSX CSY 8p
TSX CXP 213
TSX CXP 235
TSX CXP 245
TSX CXP 613
TSX CXP 635
TSX CXP 645
TSX FP ACCp
TSX FP ACC1p
TSX FP CA100
TSX FP CA200
TSX FP CA500
TSX FP CC100
TSX FP CC200
TSX FP CC500
TSX FP CR100
TSX FP CR200
TSX FP CR500
TSX PBS CA 100
TSX PBS CA 400
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
71
71
71
71
71
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
31
81
81
72
72
72
72
72
72
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
37
37
TSX TAP MAS
TSX TAP S15 05
V
VW3 A7 601 R07
VW3 A7 601 R20
VW3 A7 601 R30
VW3 A7 602 R07
VW3 A7 602 R20
VW3 A7 602 R30
VW3 A7 603 R07
VW3 A7 603 R20
VW3 A7 603 R30
VW3 A7 604 R07
VW3 A7 604 R20
VW3 A7 604 R30
VW3 A7 605 R07
VW3 A7 605 R20
VW3 A7 605 R30
VW3 A7 606 R07
VW3 A7 606 R20
VW3 A7 606 R30
VW3 A7 607 R07
VW3 A7 607 R20
VW3 A7 607 R30
VW3 A7 608 R07
VW3 A7 608 R20
VW3 A7 608 R30
VW3 A7 70p
VW3 M3 306
VW3 M4 10p
VW3 M4 30p
VW3 M4 50p
VW3 M5 101 R100
VW3 M5 101 R150
VW3 M5 101 R200
VW3 M5 101 R250
VW3 M5 101 R30
VW3 M5 101 R50
VW3 M5 101 R500
VW3 M5 103 R100
VW3 M5 103 R150
VW3 M5 103 R200
VW3 M5 103 R250
VW3 M5 103 R30
VW3 M5 103 R50
VW3 M5 103 R500
VW3 M5 103 R750
VW3 M5 201 R100
VW3 M5 201 R150
VW3 M5 201 R200
VW3 M5 201 R250
VW3 M5 201 R30
VW3 M5 201 R50
VW3 M5 201 R500
VW3 M5 201 R750
VW3 M5 202 R100
VW3 M5 202 R150
71
71
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
43
37
45
46
29
132
and 180
132
and 180
132
and 180
132
and 180
132
and 180
132
and 180
132
and 180
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
132
and 180
132
and 180
132
and 180
132
and 180
132
and 180
132
and 180
132
and 180
132
and 180
132
and 180
132
and 180
1
VW3 M5 202 R200
132
and 180
VW3 M5 202 R250
132
and 180
VW3 M5 202 R30
132
and 180
VW3 M5 202 R50
132
and 180
VW3 M5 202 R500
132
and 180
VW3 M5 202 R750
132
and 180
VW3 M5 203 R100
132
and 180
VW3 M5 203 R150
132
and 180
VW3 M5 203 R200
132
and 180
VW3 M5 203 R250
132
and 180
VW3 M5 203 R30
132
and 180
VW3 M5 203 R50
132
and 180
VW3 M5 203 R500
132
and 180
VW3 M5 203 R750
132
and 180
VW3 M5 30p
47
VW3 M5 304 R100
181
VW3 M5 304 R1000
181
VW3 M5 304 R250
181
VW3 M5 304 R500
181
VW3 M8 301 R100
133
and 181
VW3 M8 301 R150
133
and 181
VW3 M8 301 R200
133
and 181
VW3 M8 301 R250
133
and 181
VW3 M8 301 R30
133
and 181
VW3 M8 301 R50
133
and 181
VW3 M8 301 R500
133
and 181
VW3 M8 301 R750
133
and 181
VW3 M8 401 R100
133
VW3 M8 401 R150
133
VW3 M8 401 R200
133
VW3 M8 401 R250
133
VW3 M8 401 R30
133
VW3 M8 401 R50
133
VW3 M8 401 R500
133
VW3 M8 401 R750
133
VW3 M8 501 R05
29
VW3 M8 501 R20
29
VW3 M8 501 R60
29
VW3 M8 601 R30
29
VW3 M8 701
29
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