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DIAX02
Plug-In Modules for Digital Intelligent Drive
Controllers
Project Planning Manual
DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

276492

Indramat

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Title

DIAX02
Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Type of documentation
Document code
Internal file reference

Project Planning Manual


DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P
Mappe 11a / Register R
209-0076-4305-01

The purpose of this


documentaiton

This document supports electronic construction at the machine


manufacturer.
The technical data, terminal diagrams and signal paths for the individual
plug-in modules have been compiled here for that purpose.

Editing sequence

Copyright

Document designation of previous


editions

Status

Comments

209-0069-4356-00

Oct. 93

1st edition

209-0069-4356-01

May 95

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

March 97

new edition

INDRAMAT GmbH, 1993


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Contents
1 About This Document

1-1

1.1 Areas of Use of the Plug-In Modules................................................................................................... 1-1

2 Storage and Transport Conditions of the Plug-In Modules

2-1

2.1 Storage and Transport Conditions of the Plug-In Modules.................................................................. 2-1

3 Mechanical Design of the Plug-In Modules

3-1

3.1 Plug-In Modules with Plastic and Metal Front Plates........................................................................... 3-1
3.2 Type Codes ......................................................................................................................................... 3-2

4 Ground Reference of the Plug-In Module Connections

4-1

4.1 Low-voltage loops DC 5...24 V and galvanically coupled signal inputs and outputs ........................... 4-1
4.2 Optocoupler Interface .......................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.3 Notes on Earth-Fault Monitoring.......................................................................................................... 4-2

5 Control Card CLC-D01.1A-FW

5-1

5.1 Terminal Diagram CLC-D01.1A-FW.................................................................................................... 5-1

6 Control card CLC-D02.1A-FW and CLC-D02.3A-FW

6-1

6.1 Terminal Diagram CLC-D02.1A-FW and CLC-D02.3A-FW ................................................................ 6-1

7 ANALOG interface with Absolute Encoder Emulator DAA01.1

7-1

7.1 General Information............................................................................................................................. 7-1


7.2 Terminal Diagram DAA01.1................................................................................................................. 7-2
7.3 Technical Data..................................................................................................................................... 7-3

8 ANALOG interface with Incremental encoder emulator DAE01.1

8-1

8.1 General Information............................................................................................................................. 8-1


8.2 Terminal Diagram DAE01.1................................................................................................................. 8-2
8.3 Technical Data..................................................................................................................................... 8-3

9 ARCNET Coupler Card DAK01.1A

9-1

9.1 Connecting an ARCNET Coupler Card DAK01.1A.............................................................................. 9-1

10 INTERBUS-S interface module DBS02.1-FW

10-1

10.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 10-1


10.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 10-2
10.3 Technical Data................................................................................................................................. 10-3
INTERBUS-S .............................................................................................................................. 10-3

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External Inputs ............................................................................................................................ 10-3

11 INTERBUS-S - interface module DBS02.2-FW

11-1

11.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 11-1


11.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 11-2
11.3 Technical Data................................................................................................................................. 11-3
INTERBUS-S .............................................................................................................................. 11-3
External inputs ............................................................................................................................ 11-3

12 INTERBUS-S Slave Module DBS03.1-FW

12-1

12.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 12-1


12.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 12-1
12.3 Technical Data................................................................................................................................. 12-2
INTERBUS-S .............................................................................................................................. 12-2
External inputs ............................................................................................................................ 12-2

13 Input / output interface DEA04.1, DEA05.1, DEA06.1

13-1

13.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 13-1


13.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 13-2
13.3 Technical Data - DEA04.1, DEA05.1, DEA06.1 .............................................................................. 13-3

14 Input / output interface DEA04.2, DEA05.2, DEA06.2

14-1

14.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 14-1


14.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 14-2
14.3 Technical Data - DEA04.2, DEA05.2, DEA06.2 .............................................................................. 14-3

15 Input / output interface DEA28.1, DEA29.1, DEA30.1

15-1

15.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 15-1


15.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 15-2
15.3 Technical data - DEA28.1, DEA29.1, DEA30.1 ............................................................................... 15-3

16 Position Interface for Square-Wave Signals DEF01.1 and DEF02.1

16-1

16.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 16-1


16.2 DEF01.1 and DEF02.1 Connector Assignments ............................................................................. 16-1
16.3 Technical data - DEF01.1 and DEF02.1.......................................................................................... 16-2

17 Encoder Interface DFF01.1

17-1

17.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 17-1


17.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 17-2

18 Positioning Module DLC01.1

18-1

18.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 18-1


18.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 18-1

19 Positioning Module DLC02.1-FW

19-1

19.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 19-1


19.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 19-2

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20 High-Resolution Position Interface for Sine Signals DLF01.1

20-1

20.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 20-1


20.2 Terminal diagrams........................................................................................................................... 20-2
20.3 Technical data - DLF01.1 ................................................................................................................ 20-4

21 Profibus Interface DPF02.1/03.1/04.1

21-1

21.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 21-1


21.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 21-2
21.3 Technical Data................................................................................................................................. 21-3

22 Profibus Interface DPF05.1-FW

22-1

22.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 22-1


22.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 22-1
22.3 Technical Data................................................................................................................................. 22-2

23 Analog Signal Interface DRF01.1

23-1

23.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 23-1


23.2 Terminal Diagram DRF01.1............................................................................................................. 23-1
23.3 Technical data - DRF01.1................................................................................................................ 23-2

24 Summer Input Interface DSE01.1

24-1

24.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 24-1


24.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 24-3
24.3 Technical data - DSE01.1................................................................................................................ 24-4
24.4 Start-Ups.......................................................................................................................................... 24-6

25 SERCOS interface DSS01.1

25-1

25.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 25-1


25.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 25-1
25.3 Technical data - DSS01.1................................................................................................................ 25-2

26 SERCOS interface DSS01.3

26-1

26.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 26-1


26.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 26-1
26.3 Technical data - DSS01.3................................................................................................................ 26-2

27 Gear Encoder Interface DZF01.1

27-1

27.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 27-1


27.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 27-1
27.3 Power supply of the external measuring system ............................................................................. 27-2

28 Gear Encoder Interface DZF02.1

28-1

28.1 General Information......................................................................................................................... 28-1


28.2 Terminal Diagram ............................................................................................................................ 28-1
28.3 Power supply of the external measuring system ............................................................................. 28-2

29 Plug-In Module Accessories

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29.1 Encoder Branching DGA01.2 for encoders with sinusoidal 1VSS voltage signals .......................... 29-1
General Information .................................................................................................................... 29-1
Terminal Diagram ....................................................................................................................... 29-2
Dimensional sheet - DGA01.2 ................................................................................................... 29-3
Technical Data ............................................................................................................................ 29-3
29.2 Line Driver DGV01.1 for Measuring Systems with Current Signals................................................. 29-6
Terminal Diagram - Line driver DGV01.1 ................................................................................... 29-6
Dimensional sheet - Line driver DGV01.1 .................................................................................. 29-6

30 Index

30-1

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About This Document

1.1

Areas of Use of the Plug-In Modules


The plug-in modules documented here are intended for use in digital drive
controllers belonging to the DIAX02 drive family.
Depending on the selected configured drive controller, various plug-in
modules can be inserted into the slots of the drive controller.
Which plug-in module can be combined with which software is outlined in
the document "Drive Configurations".

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About This Document 1-1

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Notes:

1-2 About This Document

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Storage and Transport Conditions of the Plug-In


Modules

2.1

Storage and Transport Conditions of the Plug-In Modules

Protection against electrostatic


loads

Electrostatic loads endanger electronic components. Objects that come


into contact with components and printed circuit boards must be
discharged by grounding. For example,
the human body by touching a conductive, grounded object
the soldering iron when soldering
parts and tools must be placed on a conductive surface
Note:

Temperature and Humidity

Such endangered parts as, e.g., the plug-in modules may only
be stored and shipped in conductive packaging.

Ambient temperature during operation

+5...+45C

Ambient temperature during storage and


transport

-30...+85C

Allowable relative humidity

max. 95%

Allowable absolute humidity

max. 25g water/m

Fig. 2-1: Allowable Temperature and Humidity

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Notes:

2-2 Storage and Transport Conditions of the Plug-In Modules

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Mechanical Design of the Plug-In Modules

3.1

Plug-In Modules with Plastic and Metal front plates


The plug-in modules for drive controllers belonging to the DIAX03 and
DIAX04 drive families have a metal front plate with two knurled screws
(top and bottom) (see Fig. 3-1).
The plug-in modules for drive controllers belonging to the DIAX03 and
DIAX04 drive families (see Fig. 3-1) can therefore not be inserted into
drive controllers of the DIAX03 drive family as the plug-in module cannot
be mounted into the drive controller.

Plug-in module for drive


controllers belonging to
the DIAX03 and DIAX04
drive families

Plug-in module for drive


controllers belonging to
the DIAX02 drive family
Plastic front panel

Snap device

Metal front panel

Screw

Metal front panel

Knurled screw
H01X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 3-1: Plug-in module with plastic and metal front plates

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Mechanical Design of the Plug-In Modules 3-1

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3.2

Type Codes
The plug-in module type code has been placed at the top of the front
plate. The type designation can cover two lines. The designation -FW is
not on the front plate of the plug-in module. This designation specifies that
the plug-in module is equipped with firmware.

Plug-in modules for drive controllers


of the DIAX02 drive family
Type codes:
Product name

Example:
DSS

Series

01

Version

Plug-in modules without


designation or designated
with an "A" for the DIAX02 line

Firmware
designation signifiying that
firmware must be ordered
as separated item

DSS 01.3 A - FW

FW

Plug-in modules for drive controllers


of the DIAX03 and DIAX04 drive family
Type codes:
Product name

Exampl DSS 02.1 M - FW


DDS

Series

02

Version

Plug-in modules for


DIAX03 and DIAX04 lines

Firmware
designation signifiying that
firmware must be ordered
as separated item

FW

T01X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 3-2: Type code

3-2 Mechanical Design of the Plug-In Modules

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Ground Reference of the Plug-In Module


Connections

4.1

Low-voltage loops DC 5...24 V and galvanically coupled


signal inputs and outputs
All connections and terminals with voltages of between 5 and 50 volts in
INDRAMAT products are protective extra-low voltages (PELV = Protective
Extra Low Voltage).
They are contact protected in terms of the following standards:
international: IEC 364-4-411.1.5
European countries within the EU: EN 50178/1994, section 5.2.8.1.
These connections are grounded electric circuits. The reference potential
of these circuits designated 0VM, GND or 0VL at the supply unit is
connected with the housing and thus grounded. The signal connections
and terminals of the drive controllers are a part of these circuits.
A separation of the ground connection is -- even for test purposes -- not
possible for reasons of safety. If these circuits are isolated from the
housing (ground potential), then a proper functioning of the electronic
components could no longer be guaranteed.
Which connections this applies to is specified in the terminal diagram of
the electrical equipment.

4.2

Optocoupler Interface
The extra-low voltage loops (e.g., DC 24 V) for operating the plug-in
modules must be grounded, i.e., the OV potential must be connected to
the central earth point in the control cabinet. Even if the DC 24 V electric
circuits of the plug-in modules are generally galvanically isolated, this
grounding still remains necessary (see Fig. 4-1).
Every day use has shown that a non-grounded voltage loop can transmit
interference signals, under some circumstances, via the coupler capacity
of the optocoupler. This, in turn, can generate error messages in the
drive.
The galvanic isolation of the plug-in modules which implements the
optocoupler prevents AC/DC currents from being conducted over the
evaluation electronics.

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Ground Reference of the Plug-In Module Connections 4-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

External mains section in the


control cabinet

Drive controller

Voltage supply DC+24V

+UL

DC +24V

0VL

0V

Central
grounding
point
A24X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 4-1:

4.3

Connecting the DC 24 V voltage source for the optocoupler interface

Notes on Earth-Fault Monitoring


Due to the ground connections of the above-referenced electric circuits,
earth-fault monitoring of INDRAMAT drive and control systems is
basically not possible. The grounding of the electric circuit is needed to
secure sufficient operating safety and reliability.
An earth-fault monitor only makes sense with relay switches to detect the
ground faults which frequently occur there. Electronic equipment does not
need earth-fault monitoring and generally does not achieve its intended
purpose, namely, increased operating safety.

4-2 Ground Reference of the Plug-In Module Connections

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Control Card CLC-D01.1A-FW

5.1

Terminal Diagram CLC-D01.1A-FW


CLC-D01.1

2 pin plug-in screw clamps


stock no.: 253 897
X29

"ready" contact

BbN

BbN

2
BbN
X 29
BbN

FSMA -conn. 2.2 INS 0418


6.0 INS 0426
X25

LWL interface
transmitter

X25

TX

TX

X26

X26

LWL interface
receiver

RX

9 pin D-SUB conn.


INS 0456
stock no.: 257 046

input for
reset key

X 27

X27

TXA

RXA

TXA4xx

TXA4xx

RXA4xx

RXA4xx

GND

X 28

9 pin D-sub. conn.


INS 0456
stock no.: 257 046

GND
+5 V
input for
reset key

RX

ZT

+5 V

100R

View onto
front panel

X28
2

TXB

RXB

TXB4xx

TXB4xx

RXB4xx

RXB4xx

GND
100R

+5 V
A01X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 5-1: Terminal Diagram CLC-D01.1A-FW

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Control Card CLC-D01.1A-FW

5-1

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X27/X28
TXA/B

RXA/B

GND

CLC - D02

R01X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 5-2: Terminal Diagram RS 232

X27/X28
1

TXA/B4xx

TXA/B4xx

RXA/B4xx

CLC - D02

RXA/B4xx

GND

R02X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 5-3: Terminal Diagram RS 422

X27/X28
1

TXA/B4xx

TXA/B4xx

CLC - D02

6
7

GND

R03X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 5-4: Terminal Diagram RS 485

Parameter

RS 232

RS 422

RS 485

Type

non-symmetric

symmetric

symmetric

Maximum cable length

15m

1200m

1200m

Max. transmission rate

38400 baud

9600 baud

9600 baud

Max. transmitter output


voltage

15 V

5 V*

5 V*

Max. receiver input


voltage

25 V

14 V*

-14 V*

Input sensitivity

3 V

200 mV

200 mV

Input resistance

3...7 k

4 k

12 k

*) Differential signals
Fig. 5-5: Technical data - RS 232, RS 422, RS 485
BbN contact, X29

Name

Unit

max.

Switching voltage

125

Switching current

Switching power

50...220 W
(voltage dependent)

Fig. 5-6: Technical data - BbN contact, X29

5-2 Control Card CLC-D01.1A-FW

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Technical data - fiber optic


cable interface
Name
Transmitter
data Tx

Abbreviation

Unit

Wert

max. transmission power with


opt. low-level

PSmaxL

dBm/W

-28.2/1.5

min. transmission power with


opt. high-level

PSminH

dBm/W

-7.5/180

max. transmission power with


opt. high-level

PSmaxH

dBm/W

-3.5/450

p
p

nm
nm

640675 nm (0 C..55 C)
- 30 nm (25 C)

max. input power with opt. lowlevel

PEmaxL

dBm/W

-31.2/0.75

min. input power with opt. highlevel

PEminH

dBm/W

-20/10

max. input power with opt.


high-level

PEmaxH

dBm/W

-5/320

PSminHPEminH

dB

12.5

wavelength of transmitter
diode: peak wavelength
spectral bandwidth
Receiver data
Rx

max. attentuation of
transmission path

The transmission power can be set via the relevant software parameter.
Fig. 5-7: Technical data - fiber optic cable interface
Battery

There is a 3 voltage button cell on the CLC for RAM back up.
Note:

Once the battery is dead, both C and A parameters could be


lost. Therefore, back up the parameters!

INDRAMAT stock number: 254 284


Lifespan of battery

The battery has a capacity of at least 75% at the time of delivery.


Reaching about 10% of total capacity means the battery is empty.
The lifespan of the battery depends on how the CLC is operated. The
following table offers an approximation:
Ambient
temperature

3 shift
operation

2 shift
operation

1 shift
operation

Storage

25 C
35 C
45 C

4 years
4 years
3 years

4 years
3 years
2 years

4 years
2 years
1.2 years

3 years
1.5 years
0.8 years

Fig. 5-8: Battery service lifespan

Notes:

Replacing the battery

The battery is empty at the end of this time and must always
be replaced.

Upon removal of the battery, all parameters remain backed up for at least
one minute.
Procedure:

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have replacement batteries handy


switch machine off
pull CLC card
pull old battery out
insert new battery no more than one minute later

Control Card CLC-D01.1A-FW

5-3

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Notes:

5-4 Control Card CLC-D01.1A-FW

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Control card CLC-D02.1A-FW and CLC-D02.3A-FW

6.1

Terminal Diagram CLC-D02.1A-FW and CLC-D02.3A-FW

CLC-D02.1

H4

FSMA conn. 2.2 INS0418


6.0 INS0426
X25

LWL interface
transmitter

X25

TX

TX

X26

LWL interface
receiver

input for
reset key

TXA

RXA

TXA4xx

TXA4xx

RXA4xx

RXA4xx

GND
+5 V
input for
reset key

GND
100R

ZT

9 pin D-sub conn.


INS0456
stock no.: 257 046

X 27

X27
2

RX

X 28

9 pin D-sub conn.


INS0456
stock no.: 257 046

X26

RX

+5 V

1
View onto
front panel

X28
2

TXB

RXB

TXB4xx

TXB4xx

RXB4xx

RXB4xx

GND
100R

+5 V
A02X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 6-1: Terminal Diagram CLC-D02.1A-FW and CLC-D02.3A-FW

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X27/X28
TXA/B

RXA/B

GND

CLC - D02

R01X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 6-2: Terminal Diagram RS 232

X27/X28
1

TXA/B4xx

TXA/B4xx

RXA/B4xx

CLC - D02

RXA/B4xx

GND

R02X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 6-3: Terminal Diagram RS 422

X27/X28
1

TXA/B4xx

TXA/B4xx

CLC - D02

6
7

GND

R03X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 6-4: Terminal Diagram RS 485

Parameter

RS 232

RS 422

RS 485

Type

non-symmetric

symmetric

symmetric

Maximum cable length

15m

1200m

1200m

Max. transmission rate

38400 baud

9600 baud

9600 baud

Max. transmitter output


voltage

15 V

5 V*

5 V*

Max. receiver input


voltage

25 V

14 V*

-14 V*

Input sensitivity

3 V

200 mV

200 mV

Input resistance

3...7 k

4 k

12 k

*) Differential signals
Fig. 6-5: Technical data - RS 232, RS 422, RS 485

6-2 Control card CLC-D02.1A-FW and CLC-D02.3A-FW

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Technical data - fiber optic


cable interface
Name
Transmitter
data Tx

Abbreviation

Unit

Wert

max. transmission power with


opt. low-level

PSmaxL

dBm/W

-28,2/1,5

min. transmission power with


opt. high-level

PSminH

dBm/W

-7.5/180

max. transmission power with


opt. high-level

PSmaxH

dBm/W

-3.5/450

p
p

nm
nm

640675 nm (0 to 55 C)
- 30 nm (25 C)

max. input power for opt. low


level

PEmaxL

dBm/W

-31.2/0.75

min. input power for opt. high


level

PEminH

dBm/W

-20/10

max. input power for opt. high


level

PEmaxH

dBm/W

-5/320

PSminHPEminH

dB

12.5

wavelength of transmitter
diode: peak wavelength
spectral bandwidth
Receiverdata Rx

max. attenuation of the


transmission path

Transmission output can be set with software parameters..


Fig. 6-6: Technical data - fiber optic cable interface
Battery

There is a 3 volt button cell for RAM back-up.


Note:

Once the battery is dead, both C and A parameters could be


lost. Therefore, back up the parameters!

INDRAMAT stock number: 254 284


Battery lifespan

The battery has a capacity of at least 75% at the time of delivery.


Reaching about 10% of total capacity means the battery is empty.
The lifespan of the battery depends on how the CLC is operated. The
following table offers an approximation:
Ambient
temperature

3 shift
operations

2 shift
operations

1 shift
operations

Storage

25 C
35 C
45 C

4 years
4 years
3 years

4 years
3 years
2 years

4 years
2 years
1,2 years

3 years
1,5 years
0,8 years

Fig. 6-7: Battery lifespan

Notes:

Battery tauschen

At the end of this time, the battery is empty and must be


replaced.

Upon removal of the battery, all parameters remain backed up for at least
one minute.
Procedure:

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have replacement batteries handy


switch machine off
pull CLC card
pull old battery out
insert new battery no more than one minute later

Control card CLC-D02.1A-FW and CLC-D02.3A-FW

6-3

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Notes:

6-4 Control card CLC-D02.1A-FW and CLC-D02.3A-FW

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

ANALOG interface with Absolute Encoder


Emulator DAA01.1

7.1

General Information
Plug-in module DAA01.1 makes it possible to operate the digital intelligent
AC servo drive with conventional NC control units via an analog interface.
It also contains control inputs and signal outputs for communication with a
connected control unit and outputs absolute position feedback values as
per SSI standards (synchronous serial interface).

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

ANALOG interface with Absolute Encoder Emulator DAA01.1 7-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Terminal Diagram DAA01.1


X15

GND analog
10V analog input
temperature prewarning
control enable
drive halt
current reduction 1
current reduction 2
DC +24V external
DC 0V external

E1

E2

TVW

RF

AH

Ired1

DAA01.1

7.2

OFFSETKOM.

X15
E1

Ired2

+UL

0VL

10

10

E2
TVW
RF
AH
Ired1
Ired2
+UL

10-pin plug-in screw clamp


MC 1.5 / 10 ST; stock no.: 241 647

0VL

10
X16

absoluteencoder emulator (SSI data format)


15-pin D-SUB conn.
INS 0519 (screw mounting)
stock no.: 263 365
cable (2x1.0 + 4x2x0.25)C
type: INK 0209
1)
DATA (+)
BN
GN

DATA (-)

DC 0V ext.
BN 12
WH 12 DC +24V ext.

X16
8

DATA (+)

DATA (-)

10

10

11

11

0V
+U

12

12

BK

pulse (+)

13

13

pulse (+)

RD

pulse (-)

14

14

pulse (-)

15

15

View onto
front panel

A03X2X1P.fh5

1) Color coding applies to INDRAMAT cable INK 0209

Fig. 7-1: Terminal Diagram - DAA01.1

7-2 ANALOG interface with Absolute Encoder Emulator DAA01.1

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

7.3

Technical Data
Analog interface

Designation

Unit

Input voltage 1)

Input current

min.

max.

E1

-10

+10

E2

-10

+10

|E1-E2|

E1

mA

-0.25

+0.25

E2

mA

-0.5

+0.5

10

16

1) The input voltage resolution equals: 20V/2 =0.3 mV


Fig. 7-2: Analog command value interface data
Power supply /
inputs and outputs

Designation

Unit

External power supply+UL

min.

type

max.

18

24

32

Current consumption- +UL

mA

Inputs

UHigh

14

24

100
32

RF, AH, Ired1, Ired2

ULow

<1

Output TVW

IOut

mA

100

Fig. 7-3: Data - power supply and digitial inputs and outputs
Differential input analog
command value

X15
20K/0.1%

20K/0.1%

E1

+
E2 2
20K/0.1%

20K/0.1%

0VM

I01X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 7-4: Input circuit for analog interface


Schematic diagram input/output circuit

X15
+UL

DC

+12 V
DC
1/4 HEF40244

input
(RF, AH, Ired) 5K
0 VTTL
0 VL

12V

10nF

5K

+UL
5R2

output
(TVW)

9R4 (PTC)

Tv

0 VL

I02X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 7-5: Schematic diagram - input/output circuit

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

ANALOG interface with Absolute Encoder Emulator DAA01.1 7-3

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Designation

Unit

Power supply +Uext

Current consumption- +Uext

mA

min.
10

type

max.

24

32

100

200

Transmitter
Output current
Low level

IOL

mA

60

High level

IOH

mA

-60

Output voltage IVD01I with I0=0

5.25

IVD01I if I0=0

1.5

5.25

IVD02I if RL=54

1.5

5.0

0.2

Differential output voltage

Receiver
Differential input voltage
Low level

VTL

High level

VTL

Hysteresis

VHVS

mV

Fig. 7-6:

0.2
50

Power supply and signal level of absolute encoder emulator

Absolute encoder - output


circuit

X16
DC

11

+Uext

+5 V
DC

pulse (+)

13
100 R

input
circuit

0 Vext

2.2 nF

SN 75179 B

2.2 nF

100 R

pulse (-)

14

0 Vext
+5 V

data (+)

output
circuit
data (-)

0 Vext

SN 75179 B

10

0Vext.

Detailled data see data sheets SN 75179 B (Texas Instruments)


I03X2X1P.fh5

Fig.

7-7:

7-4 ANALOG interface with Absolute Encoder Emulator DAA01.1

Absolute

encoder

output

circuit

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Standard cable for X16

DAA01.1

conn. INS 0519


Ferrules for intermediate
clamping

INK 0209

45
70
IKS 0031

Y01X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 7-8: Standard cable for X16


Recommended data
transmission pulse frequency

The pulse frequency depends on the cable length.


Cable length in m
< 50

< 400

< 100

< 300

< 200

< 200

< 400
Fig. 7-9: Cable length and pulse frequency

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Pulse frequency in kHz

< 100

ANALOG interface with Absolute Encoder Emulator DAA01.1 7-5

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Actual feedback output in


absolute format

Sampling code:

gray code

Extent of data:

4096 revolutions

Resolution:

4096 increment / revolution

Data format:

24 Bit + PFB

Counting direction:

switchable

Data transmission:

synchronous, serial

Input, output circuit:

Driver per EIA RS 422 A

Least-significant bit:

G0

Most-significant bit:

G23

Pulse frequency :

fT= 100 kHz ... 1 MHz

Pulse signal period

T = 1 s ... 10 s

Monoflop time:

tm= 15 s ... 25 s

Pulse break:

Tp = 40 s

Delay time (max.):

tv = first pulse 540 ns, additional 360 ns

Power Failure Bit (PFB):

not used and is always logically "0"

Tp > tm-T/2

pulse +
1

data

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

1 1 G23 G22 G21 G20 G19 G18 G17 G16 G15 G14 G13 G12 G11 G10 G9 G8 G7 G6 G5 G4 G3 G2 G1 G0 PFB

resolution for 4096 revolutions

tm-T/2

1
1

1 G23 G22

resolution for 1 revolution

pulse

Tp
tm

tv

serial data
G23

G22

monoflop P / S

G0

PFB

m
S01X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 7-10: Schematic diagram - signal paths

DANGER

Error in control of motors and moving parts


Bodily injury and property damage caused by unwanted
axis motions.
If breaks in the power supply +Uext occur with less than
10 V over a period greater than 100 s, then encoder
information could be incorrect.
Activate lag distance monitor in control unit!

7-6 ANALOG interface with Absolute Encoder Emulator DAA01.1

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Actual position feedback output


in modulo format

Sampling code:

gray code

Extent of data:

1 table rotation

Resolution:

262 144 increments per table rotation

Data format:

18 Bit

Counting direction:

switchable

Data transmission:

synchronous, serial

Input, output circuit:

Driver per EIA RS 422 A

Least-significant bit:

G0

Most-significant bit:

G17

Pulse frequency :

fT= 100 kHz ... 1 MHz

Pulse signal period

T = 1 s ... 10 s

Monoflop time:

tm= 15 s ... 25 s

Pulse break:

Tp = 40 s

Delay time (max.):

tv = first pulse 540 ns, additional 360 ns

Stored parallel information:

Tp > tm-T/2

pulse +
1

data

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

1 1 G17 G16 G15 G14 G13 G12 G11 G10 G9 G8 G7 G6 G5 G4 G3 G2 G1 G0

tm-T/2

1
1

1 G17 G16

pulse

Tp
tm

tv

serial data
G17
monoflop P / S

G16

G1

G0

m
S02X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 7-11: Schematic diagram - signal paths

DANGER

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Error in control of motors and moving parts


Bodily injury and property damage caused by unwanted
axis motions.
If breaks in the power supply +Uext occur with less than
10 V over a period greater than 100 s, then encoder
information could be incorrect.
Activate lag distance monitor in control unit!

ANALOG interface with Absolute Encoder Emulator DAA01.1 7-7

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Notes:

7-8 ANALOG interface with Absolute Encoder Emulator DAA01.1

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

ANALOG interface with Incremental encoder


emulator DAE01.1

8.1

General Information
The plug-in module DAE01.1 makes it possible to operate the digital
intelligent AC servo drive with conventional NC control units via analog
interfaces. It also contains control inputs and signal outputs for
communication with a connected NC control unit and generates
incremental encoder signals which can be used as position feedback
values.

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

ANALOG interface with Incremental encoder emulator DAE01.1 8-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Terminal Diagram DAE01.1


X13

GND analog
10V analog input
temperature prewarning
control enable
drive halt
current reduction 1
current reduction 2
DC +24V external
DC 0V external

E1

E2

TVW

RF

AH

Ired1

Ired2

+UL

0VL

10

10

DAE01.1

8.2

OFFSETKOM.

X13
E1
E2
TVW
RF
AH
Ired1
Ired2
+UL

10-pin plug-in screw clamp


MC 1.5 / 10 ST; stock no.: 241 647

0VL

10
X14

incremental encoder emulator


cable (2x1.0 + 4x2x0.25)C
type: INK 0209
1)
Ua2
GY

X14
8

Ua2

PK

Ua2

Ua2

RD

Ua0

Ua0

BK

Ua0

Ua0

BN

Ua1

Ua1

GN

Ua1

Ua1

10

10

11

11

12

12

13

13

14

14

15

15

WH

BN

12

12

DC 0V extern
DC +5V extern

15-pin D-SUB conn.


INS 0519 (screw mounting)
stock no.: 263 365

0V

View onto
front panel

+5V

A04X2X1P.fh5

1)Color coding applies to INDRAMAT cable: INK 0209


Fig. 8-1: Terminal Diagram - DAE01.1

8-2 ANALOG interface with Incremental encoder emulator DAE01.1

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

8.3

Technical Data
Analog interface

Designation

Unit

Input voltage 1)

Input current

min.

max.

E1

-10

+10

E2

-10

+10

|E1-E2|

E1

mA

-0,25

+0,25

E2

mA

-0,5

+0,5

10

16

1) The input voltage resolution equals: 20V/2 =0.3 mV


Fig. 8-2: Analog command value interface data
Power supply /
inputs and outputs

Designation

Unit

External power supply+UL

min.

type

max.

18

24

32

Current consumption- +UL

mA

Inputs

UHigh

14

24

100
32

RF, AH, Ired1, Ired2

ULow

<1

OutputTVW

IOut

mA

100

Fig. 8-3: Data - power supply and digitial inputs and outputs
Differential input analog
command value

X13
E1

20K/0.1%

20K/0.1%

+
E2 2
20K/0.1%

20K/0.1%

0VM

I04X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 8-4: Input circuit to the analog interface


Schematic diagram - input and
output circuits

+5Vext
C1
0.01F

Ua

twisted
cable pair
Output

1/2 DS7820

DS3487M

C2
100pF

Ua
0Vext
Power driver
output circuit

strobe

Basic input circuit


on receiver side
I05X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 8-5: Schematic diagram - input and output circuits

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

ANALOG interface with Incremental encoder emulator DAE01.1 8-3

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Fig. 8-6: Incremental encoder output signals


Schematic diagram - input and
output circuits

X15
+UL

DC

+12 V
DC
1/4 HEF40244

input
(RF, AH, Ired) 5K
0 VTTL
0 VL

12V

10nF

5K

+UL
5R2

output
(TVW)

9R4 (PTC)

Tv

0 VL

I02X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 8-7: Schematic diagram - input and output circuits

Designation

Unit

min.

type

max.

Power supply +5V

4.75

5.25

1.8

3.3

5.25

0.22

0.5

Current consumption- +5V

mA

Signal level at 40 mA

Uhigh

Ua0, Ua1, Ua2

Ulow

175

Output current

mA

40

Output frequency

kHz

504

Rise and fall time

ns

100

Reference point delay t1

ns

Edge distance t2

ns

400

Fig. 8-8:

15

30

Power supply and signal level of the incremental encoder emulators

8-4 ANALOG interface with Incremental encoder emulator DAE01.1

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

ARCNET Coupler Card DAK01.1A

9.1

Connecting an ARCNET Coupler Card DAK01.1A


The "ARCNET Coupler Card" is a plug-in card for the CLC-D 2 control
card and creates an interface to an ARCNET bus system.
The node number can be selected with a switch on the front plate.
The green LED on the front plate displays that the ARCNET interface has
been initialized and connected to the ARCNET bus.

H5

green LED for


ARCNET-SS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

DIP switch for


selecting node
number
0 ... 255

DAK 01.1

Front plate DAK01.1A

switch position "ON"


switch position "OFF"
S5

Address set here:


11111101 = 253Dec corresponds to
FDHex
X 44

COAXIAL bushing for


ARCNET bus system

View onto
front panel

F01X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 9-1: Front plate DAK01.1A

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

ARCNET Coupler Card DAK01.1A

9-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Schematic diagram of an
ARCNET bus system

Matching
resistor
93

BNC
T adapter

Subscriber
1

Subscriber
2

Subscriber
3

Subscriber
4

.......

Active HUB

Subscriber
8
B01X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 9-2: Schematic diagram of an ARCNET bus system


Transmission media, bus
connection and bus termination

The network must be constructed with a coaxial cable type RG-62 or RG71 with an impedance of 93 .
The final ARCNET bus subscriber must be terminated with a resistance of
93 .
Each network subscriber must be connnected into the bus segment via a
T-BNC adapter.

Node number (subscriber


number)

The node number is needed to clearly identify a bus subscriber. This


node number must be set within a range of 0 to 255 once the network is
started up. Any change in the node number does not become effective
until the CLC-D has been switched off and then on once.

Bus connection - DAK

DAK 01.1A
L
High
impedance
transceiver
(HIT)

5k6

X44
4n7

BNC bushing

5k6

A05X2X1P.fh5

front panel / housing

Fig. 9-3: Bus conneciton - DAK

9-2 ARCNET Coupler Card DAK01.1A

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

10

INTERBUS-S interface module DBS02.1-FW

10.1 General Information


Operating modes

The module DBS02.1-FW makes a connection with digital drive


controllers of the DIAX02 drive family possible in the operating modes
speed default as per DRIVECOM Profile 21
referencing as per DRIVECOM Profile 22

Bus network subscriber

The module DBS02.1-FW is a bus network subscriber as defined by the


INTERBUS-S. Within one INTERBUS-S bus network installation it is
possible to combine this module with any other INTERBUS-S interface
module of any other manufacturer, if the module meets the specifications
as defined by the INTERBUS-S certificate. Up to 256 bus network
subscribers can be combined in one bus network.

Galvanic isolation

The bus network input and output of the INTERBUS-S interface module
DBS02.1-FW are galvanically isolated. This achieves the greatest
resistance to interference within the network.

LEDs for the INTERBUS-S

There are 8 diagnostic LEDs on the front to quickly check the functioning
of the DBS02.1 module. This diagnostics function of the INTERBUS-S
ring meets INTERBUS-S standards.

Note:

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

For further details on the functions, please see the relevant


Function Description documentation.

INTERBUS-S interface module DBS02.1-FW

10-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

FW

DBS02.1

10.2 Terminal Diagram

External inputs X39


Event

OVL

H1

H2

E1
E2
E3

E4

Reference cam
Release of the brake
E-Stop

INTERBUS-S
diagnosis

X 39
0 VL
E1
E2
E3
E4

INTERBUS-S input X40


1

DO1

DI1
GND1

Incoming field bus

- RS 485
- D-SUB 9 pin
connector

free
free

4
5

DO1
DI1

free

free

X 40

- RS 485
- D-SUB 9 pin
bushing

INTERBUS-S output X41


1

DO2

DI2
GND2

free
+5V 2

DO2

7
8

DI2
free

RBST

Continuing field bus

X 41

View onto
front panel

A26X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 10-1: Terminal Diagram

Master circuit

DBS 02.X

X41
DO

DBS 02.X

X40

X40

DO1

DO1

2
DI
GND1 3

DI1
GND1

DI1
GND1

free
+5V

free
free

free
free

DO

DO1
DI1

DI
free

DO1
DI1

free

free

RBST 9

free

free

X41
DO2

X41
1

DO2

2
DI2
GND2 3

2
DI2
GND2 3

4
free
+5V 2 5

4
free
+5V 2 5

DO2

DO2

DI2
free

DI2
free

RBST 9

RBST 9

A27X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 10-2: Master interface connection with two bus network subscribers

10-2 INTERBUS-S interface module DBS02.1-FW

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

10.3 Technical Data


INTERBUS-S
Incoming interface
INTERBUS - S standard interface in accordance with DIN E 19258 for
bus network subscribers via a D-subminiature 9-pin connector. The
interface is completely galvanically isolated. There is a duplex interface
connection in it based on an RS 485 for coupling with the previous
participant in the INTERBUS - S ring.

Outgoing interface
INTERBUS - S standard interface in accordance with DIN E 19258 for
bus network subscribers via a D-subminiature 9-pin bushing. This
interface is also completely galvanically isolated. There is a duplex
interface connection in it based on an RS 485 for coupling with the
following participant. There is also a strobe signal to be able to detect a
continuing INTERBUS-S.

External Inputs
Module DBS02.1 has four hardware inputs (+24V).
X39

Designation

Input voltage for


high

Input voltage for


low

0VL

reference potential 0V

reference potential 0V

E1

+16 V... +32 V

-0.5 V ... +8 V

E2

+16 V... +32 V

-0.5 V ... +8 V

E3

+16 V... +32 V

-0.5 V ... +8 V

5
E4
+16 V... +32 V
Fig. 10-3: Signal assignment X39 external inputs

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

-0.5 V ... +8 V

INTERBUS-S interface module DBS02.1-FW

10-3

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Notes

10-4 INTERBUS-S interface module DBS02.1-FW

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

11

INTERBUS-S - interface module DBS02.2-FW

11.1 General Information


Plug-in module construction

The module DBS02.2-FW can only be operated together with positioning


module DLC02.1. The INTERBUS-S - interface module DBS02.2-FW is
inserted into the DLC02.1. Once screwed together with three bolts, the
DBS02.2 and DLC02.1 create one unit.
Module DBS02.2-FW together with the positioning module DLC02.1-FW
can be operated in different modes.

Operating modes

The mode determines the function in which the module operates.


The main mode for module DBS02.2 is positioning targeting in terms of
DRIVECOM - standard Profile 22. In addition to this mode, the module
also supports operation of the DLC02.1-FW with those functions
described in the documentation (DOK no. 109-0852-4102). The
conventional I/O level, in this case, is either completely or partially
replaced by the INTERBUS - S circuit.

Bus network subscriber

The module DBS02.2-FW represents a bus network subscriber in terms


of the INTERBUS-S definition. Within an INTERBUS-S bus network
installation it is possible to combine this module with any other
INTERBUS-S interface module from any other manufacturer, if the
module meets the requirements set forth in the INTERBUS-S certificate.
Up to 256 bus network subscribers can be interconnected in one bus
network installation.

Galvanic isolation

The INTERBUS-S interface module DBS02.2-FW has galvanically


isolated bus network inputs and outputs. This achieves the greatest
resistance to interference in the bus network.

LEDs for the INTERBUS-S

There are 8 diagnostic LEDs on the front to quickly check the functioning
of the DBS02.1 module. This diagnostics function of the INTERBUS-S
ring meets INTERBUS-S standards.
For further details on the functions, please see the Function Description
documentation.

Note:

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Please note, when disassembling or removing a plug-in


module from the drive controller that DBS02.2-FW is
connected with DLC02.1-FW.

INTERBUS-S - interface module DBS02.2-FW

11-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

FW

DBS02.2

11.2 Terminal Diagram

External inputs X39


Event

OVL

H1

H2

E1
E2
E3

E4

Reference cam
Release of the brake
E-Stop

INTERBUS-S
diagnosis

X 39
0 VL
E1
E2
E3
E4

INTERBUS-S input X40


1

DO1

DI1
GND1

Incoming field bus

- RS 485
- D-SUB 9 pin
connector

frei
frei

4
5

DO1
DI1

frei

frei

X 40

- RS 485
- D-SUB 9 pin
bushing

INTERBUS-S output X41


1

DO2

DI2
GND2

frei
+5V 2

DO2

7
8

DI2
frei

RBST

Continuing field bus

X 41

View onto
front panel

A28X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 11-1: Terminal Diagram

Master circuit

DBS 02.X

X41
DO

DBS 02.X

X40

X40

DO1

DO1

2
DI
GND1 3

DI1
GND1

DI1
GND1

free
+5V

free
free

free
free

DO

DO1
DI1

DI
free

DO1
DI1

free

free

RBST 9

free

free

X41
DO2

X41
1

DO2

2
DI2
GND2 3

2
DI2
GND2 3

4
free
+5V 2 5

4
free
+5V 2 5

DO2

DO2

DI2
free

DI2
free

RBST 9

RBST 9

A27X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 11-2: Master interface connection with two bus network subscribers

11-2 INTERBUS-S - interface module DBS02.2-FW

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

11.3 Technical Data


INTERBUS-S
Incoming interface
INTERBUS - S standard interface in accordance with DIN E 19258 for
bus network subscribers via a D-subminiature 9-pin connector. The
interface is completely galvanically isolated. There is a duplex interface
connection in it based on an RS 485 for coupling with the previous
participant in the INTERBUS - S ring.

Outgoing interface
INTERBUS - S standard interface in accordance with DIN E 19258 for
bus network subscribers via a D-subminiature 9-pin bushing. This
interface is also completely galvanically isolated. There is a duplex
interface connection in it based on an RS 485 for coupling with the
following participant. There is also a strobe signal to be able to detect a
continuing INTERBUS-S.

External inputs
Module DBS02.2 has four hardware inputs (+24V) which can only be used
in conjunction with a DLC.

X39

Designation

Input voltage for


high

Input voltage for


low

0VL

reference potential 0V

reference potential 0V

E1

+16 V... +32 V

-0.5 V ... +8 V

E2

+16 V... +32 V

-0.5 V ... +8 V

E3

+16 V... +32 V

-0.5 V ... +8 V

5
E4
+16 V... +32 V
-0.5 V ... +8 V
Fig. 11-3: Signal assignment to X39 of the external inputs

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INTERBUS-S - interface module DBS02.2-FW

11-3

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Notes

11-4 INTERBUS-S - interface module DBS02.2-FW

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Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

12

INTERBUS-S Slave Module DBS03.1-FW

12.1 General Information


The INTERBUS-S slave module DBS03.1-FW makes it possible to
integrate control module CLC-D into an INTERBUS-S system.
The INTERBUS-S interface of module DBS03.1-FW is constructed in
terms of a bus network interface and corresponds to the standards set
forth in the INTERBUS-S certificate.
Module DBS03.1-FW is designed as a plug-in module to be inserted
directly into the control module. Once screwed together with three bolts, it
creates one unit with the CLC-D.
Note:

Additional modules can be inserted into the DBS03.1-FW. This


is important when diassembling and removing!

stock no. 253897 X38

Terminal X38
has no function
with DBS03.1M

1
2

+24V
OVL

DBS03.1

12.2 Terminal Diagram

X 38
+24V
0 VL

stock no. 254006 X39


1

E1

E2
E3
OVL

3
4

X 39
E1
E2
E3
0 VL
H13

INS 0457 X40


1

DO1

DI1
GND1

4
5

Incoming bus

free
free

DO1
DI1

free

free

8 LEDs

X 40

H14

INS 0456 X41


1

DO2

DI2
GND2

free
+5V

DO2

7
8

DI2
free

RBST

Outgoing bus

X 41

View onto
front panel

A06X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 12-1: Terminal Diagram

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INTERBUS-S Slave Module DBS03.1-FW

12-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

12.3 Technical Data


INTERBUS-S
Incoming interface
INTERBUS - S standard interface in accordance with DIN E 19258 for
bus network subscribers via a D-subminiature 9-pin connector. The
interface is completely galvanically isolated. There is a duplex interface
connection in it based on an RS 485 for coupling with the previous
participant in the INTERBUS-S ring.

Outgoing interface
INTERBUS-S standard interface in accordance with DIN E 19258 for bus
network subscribers via a D-subminiature 9-pin bushing. This interface is
also completely galvanically isolated. There is a duplex interface
connection in it based on an RS 485 for coupling with the following
participant. There is also a strobe signal for the detection of a continuing
INTERBUS-S.

External inputs
Module DBS03.1-FW has three hardware inputs (+24V) which can only
be used in conjunction with a CLC-D if supported by the relevant
firmware. The signal states at these inputs are transmitted, regardless of
INTERBUS-S status (on/off) to the CLC-D but can also be queried by the
INTERBUS -S master via the PD or PCP channel.
X3

Designation

Input voltage for


high

Input voltage for


low

E1

+16 V... +32 V

-0.5 V ... +8 V

E2

+16 V... +32 V

-0.5 V ... +8 V

E3

+16 V... +32 V

-0.5 V ... +8 V

0VL

reference potential 0V

reference potential 0V

Fig. 12-2: Signal assignment X3 external inputs

Note:

12-2 INTERBUS-S Slave Module DBS03.1-FW

Module DBS03.1-FW has no INTERBUS-S repeater function


maintained by an external power supply if the DBS03.1-FW is
decoupled from the internal supply. Therefore, do not wire up
the X38 connector.

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13

Input / output interface DEA04.1, DEA05.1, DEA06.1

13.1 General Information


These plug-in modules have 15 inputs and 16 outputs via which the drive
can exchange binary signals with a PLC.
The difference of the three types specified is the address.
To avoid confusion during installation, the D-subminiature plug-in
connectors are differently labelled.

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Input / output interface DEA04.1, DEA05.1, DEA06.1 13-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

13.2 Terminal Diagram


Standard
cable IKS0123

IN 0

GYPK

IN 1

RDGN

IN 2

BKYE

IN 3

GNBU

IN 4

RDBU

IN 5

BNYE

IN 6

BNGY

IN 7

RDWH

IN 8

WHPK

10

IN 9

BKWH

11

IN 10

BNPK

12

IN 11

YEWH

13

IN 12

GNWH

14

IN 13

BUWH

15

IN 14

GNGY

16

OUT 0

GYWH

17

OUT 1

WH

18

OUT 2

VT

19

OUT 3

YE

20

OUT 4

PK

21

OUT 5

BU

22

OUT 6

YEGY

23

OUT 7

GNPK

24

OUT 8

YEPK

25

OUT 9

BNBU

26

OUT 10

BNGN

27

OUT 11

YEBU

28

OUT 12

RDYE

29

OUT 13

BNRD

30

OUT 14

BKBN

31

OUT 15

BN

32
33

GY 0.5 mm2

DC 0 Vext

ERR

ERR

X 17

X 32

X 33

Ausgnge

view onto front panel

connector
INS0523

DEA05.1

X 33

frei

35

0Vext

36
GN 0.5 mm2 DC 24 Vext

ERR

inputs

frei

34

DEA06.1

DEA05.1

BKGN

DEA04.1

X17/X32/X33

frei

37

Uext

Connect shield via cable


grip with metal connector
housing

INK0271

Ferrules for
intermediate clamping

45
200
IKS0123

A07X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 13-1: Terminal Diagram DEA04.1, DEA05.1, DEA06.1

13-2 Input / output interface DEA04.1, DEA05.1, DEA06.1

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

13.3 Technical Data - DEA04.1, DEA05.1, DEA06.1


Designation

Unit

min.

type

max.

Power supply

+Uext

18

Current consumption

Iext

0.15

Inputs X17/115

+UHigh

14

+ULow

<1

+Uhigh

Uext-2

Uext-1

Uext

+Ulow

1,6

IL

mA

OutputsX17/1631

24
0.2

32

1)

2.2

24

2)

32

2
80

3)

1) Current consumption of 0.2 A without loading outputs at 24 V


2) Current consumption of 2.2 A, loading all outputs with 80 mA each
3) The lamp control necessitates that the making current is limited by means
of resistance, e.g., 100 R, to 250 mA as otherwise the overcurrent monitor is
actuated and the output locked.
Fig. 13-2: Technical data - DEA04.1, DEA05.1, DEA06.1

Schematic diagram - digital


input and output circuits

Iext

X17
+Uext

DC

+12 V
DC
1/4 HEF40244

input

0 Vext

115

5K

12V 100nF

35

IL
output

5K

UDN 2987A

1632

22k

I06X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 13-3: Schematic diagram - digital input and output circuits

Recommended load inductance


circuit

All relays must have free-wheeling diodes. To protect these, an


additional diode is needed as polarity reversal protection.

+
D2

D1

D1: free-wheeling diode


D2: polarity reversal protection

I07X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 13-4: Recommended load inductance circuit

Notes:

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

If driver UND 2987 A has switched off one or more outputs


due to overload, then the error state will be displayed by the
LED which has been switched on.

Input / output interface DEA04.1, DEA05.1, DEA06.1 13-3

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Notes:

13-4 Input / output interface DEA04.1, DEA05.1, DEA06.1

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Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

14

Input / output interface DEA04.2, DEA05.2, DEA06.2

14.1 General Information


These plug-in modules have 15 inputs and 16 outputs via which the drive
can exchange binary signals with a PLC.
The difference between the three types is the address.
To avoid confusion during installation, the D-subminiature plug-in
connectors are differently labelled.

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Input / output interface DEA04.2, DEA05.2, DEA06.2 14-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

14.2 Terminal Diagram


Standard
cable IKS0123

IN 0

GYPK

IN 1

RDGN

IN 2

BKYE

IN 3

GNBU

IN 4

RDBU

IN 5

BNYE

IN 6

BNGY

IN 7

RDWH

IN 8

WHPK

10

IN 9

BKWH

11

IN 10

BNPK

12

IN 11

YEWH

13

IN 12

GNWH

14

IN 13

BUWH

15

IN 14

GNGY

16

OUT 0

GYWH

17

OUT 1

WH

18

OUT 2

VT

19

OUT 3

YE

20

OUT 4

PK

21

OUT 5

BU

22

OUT 6

YEGY

23

OUT 7

GNPK

24

OUT 8

YEPK

25

OUT 9

BNBU

26

OUT 10

BNGN

27

OUT 11

YEBU

28

OUT 12

RDYE

29

OUT 13

BNRD

30

OUT 14

BKBN

31

OUT 15

BN

32

CLC_Bb

33

DC 0 Vext

ERR

X 17

X 32

X 33

Outputs

View onto front panel

Connector
INS0523

DEA05.2
X 32

free

35

0Vext

36
GN 0.5 mm2 DC 24 Vext

ERR

Inputs

free

34
GY 0.5 mm2

ERR

DEA06.2

DEA05.2

BKGN

DEA04.2

X17/X32/X33

free

37

Uext

Connect shield via cable


grip with metal connector
housing

INK0271

Ferrules for
intermediate clamping

45
200
IKS0123

A08X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 14-1: Terminal Diagram DEA04.2, DEA05.2, DEA06.2

14-2 Input / output interface DEA04.2, DEA05.2, DEA06.2

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

14.3 Technical Data - DEA04.2, DEA05.2, DEA06.2


Designation

Unit

min.

type

max.

Power supply

+Uext

18

Current consumption

Iext

0,15

Inputs X17/115

+UHigh

14

+ULow

<1

+Uhigh

Uext-2

Uext-1

Uext

+Ulow

1,6

IL

mA

OutputsX17/1631

24
0,2

32

1)

2,2

24

2)

32

2
80

3)

1) Current consumption of 0.2 A without loading outputs at 24 V


2) Current consumption of 2.2 A, loading all outputs with 80 mA each
3) The lamp control necessitates that the making current is limited by means
of resistance, e.g., 100 R, to 250 mA as otherwise the overcurrent monitor is
actuated and the output locked.
Fig. 14-2: Technical data - DEA04.2, DEA05.2, DEA06.2

Schematic diagram - digital


input and output circuits

Iext

X17
+Uext

DC

+12 V
DC
1/4 HEF40244

input

0 Vext

115

5K

12V 10nF

35

IL
output

5K

UDN 2987A

1632

33k

I08X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 14-3: Schematic diagram - digital input and output circuits

Recommended load inductance


circuit

All relays must have free-wheeling diodes. To protect these, an


additional diode is needed as polarity reversal protection.

+
D2

D1

D1: free-wheeling diode


D2: polarity reversal protection

I07X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 14-4: Recommended load inductance circuit

Note:

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

If driver UND 2987 A has switched off one or more outputs


due to overload, then the error state will be displayed by the
LED which has been switched on.

Input / output interface DEA04.2, DEA05.2, DEA06.2 14-3

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Output CLC_ Bb

Output CLC_Bb is set to high with each edge change of output OUT15.
Output CLC_Bb remains at high for 100ms. If the state of output OUT15
does not change during this time, then output CLC_Bb goes back to low.
If the state of the output OUT15 is altered during this 100 ms period, then
output CLC_Bb is retriggered and remains in the high state.
Retrigger time: 100 ms

Note:

If output CLC_Bb is used, then output OUT15 can no longer


be used as output OUT15 is used to retrigger output CLC_Bb.

Application:
Output CLC_Bb can be used as a kind of "Watchdog".

160 ms

80 ms

120 ms

60 ms

80 ms

High
output
OUT 15

Low
100 ms

100 ms

100 ms

High
output
CLC_Bb

Low
Retrigger edge change
0

100

200

300

400

500

600

t in ms

S04X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 14-5: Illustration - how output CLC_Bb works

14-4 Input / output interface DEA04.2, DEA05.2, DEA06.2

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Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

15

Input / output interface DEA28.1, DEA29.1, DEA30.1

15.1 General Information


These plug-in modules have 32 inputs and 24 outputs each and a CLCBb
output. The plug-in modules are inserted into control card CLC-D... (see
illustration below).
Up to three DEAs can be inserted into the CLC-D.... .
The difference between the plug-in modules is their address range and
the designations of their plug-in connections.
To avoid confusion during installation, the plug-in connections have been
labelled differently.

H4

DEA29.1

DEA30.1
DEA30.1

DEA28.1

DEA28.1

DEA29.1

CLC-D
CLC-D02.3

Allocation of the DEAs to the


CLC-D ...

ERR

ERR

ERR

X 72

X 73

X 74

8
X25
TX

X26

X 28

X 27

RX

F02X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 15-1: Allocation of the DEAs to the CLC-D ...

The inputs and outputs are isolated. An external power supply of DC +24
volts must be connected. The power supply input is protected against
polarity reversal.

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Input / output interface DEA28.1, DEA29.1, DEA30.1 15-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

15.2 Terminal Diagram


Standard cable IKS0159

ERR

ERR

DEA30.1

In 0
In 1
In 2
In 3
In 4
In 5
In 6
In 7
In 8
In 9
In 10
Out 0
Out 1
Out 2
Out 3
Out 4
Out 5
Out 6
Out 7
CLC_Bb
GND
In 11
In 12
In 13
In 13
In 15
In 16
In 17
In 18
In 19
In 20
In 21
Out 8
Out 9
Out 10
Out 11
Out 12
Out 13
Out 14
Out 15
+24 V
GND
In 22
In 23
In 24
In 25
In 26
In 27
In 28
In 29
In 30
In 31
Out 16
Out 17
Out 18
Out 19
Out 20
Out 21
Out 22
Out 23
+Uext
0Vext

DEA29.1

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62

DEA28.1

WH 0.16 mm2
BN 0.16 mm2
GN 0.16 mm2
YE 0.16 mm2
GY 0.16 mm2
PK 0.16 mm2
BU 0.16 mm2
RD 0.16 mm2
BK 0.16 mm2
VT 0.16 mm2
GY/PK 0.16 mm2
YE/BU 0.21 mm2
RD/GN 0.21 mm2
RD/YE 0.21 mm2
BK/GN 0.21 mm2
BK/YE 0.21 mm2
GY 0.21 mm2
BU/PK 0.21 mm2
GY 0.21 mm2
RD/PK 0.21 mm2
WH1 0.5 mm2
BU/RD 0.16 mm2
GN/WH 0.16 mm2
BN/GN 0.16 mm2
YE/WH 0.16 mm2
BN/YE 0.16 mm2
GY/WH 0.16 mm2
BN/GY 0.16 mm2
WH/PK 0.16 mm2
BN/PK 0.16 mm2
BU/WH 0.16 mm2
BU/BN 0.16 mm2
BK/GY 0.21 mm2
BK/PK 0.21 mm2
BK/BU 0.21 mm2
BK/RD 0.21 mm2
BK/BN/WH 0.21 mm2
BK/YE/GN 0.21 mm2
BK/GY/PK 0.21 mm2
BK/RD/BU 0.21 mm2
WH2 0.5 mm2
WH3 0.5 mm2
RD/WH 0.16 mm2
BN/RD 0.16 mm2
BK/WH 0.16 mm2
BK/BN 0.16 mm2
GN/GY 0.16 mm2
YE/GY 0.16 mm2
PK/GN 0.16 mm2
YE/PK 0.16 mm2
GN/BU 0.16 mm2
BK/GN/WH 0.21 mm2
BK/BN/GN 0.21 mm2
BK/YE/WH 0.21 mm2
BK/BN/YE 0.21 mm2
BK/GY/WH 0.21 mm2
BK/BN/GY 0.21 mm2
BK/WH/PK 0.21 mm2
BK/BN/PK 0.21 mm2
BK/BU/WH 0.21 mm2
WH4 0.5 mm2
WH5 0.5 mm2

X72 / X73 / X74

ERR

62 42 21
X 72

X 73

X 74

43 22 1

connector INS0599

X 72

Ferrules for
intermediate clamping INK0598

45

400
IKS0159

View onto
front panel
A09X2X1P.fh5

Connect shield via cable


grip with metal connector
housing
Fig. 15-2: Terminal Diagram DEA28.1, DEA29.1, DEA30.1

15-2 Input / output interface DEA28.1, DEA29.1, DEA30.1

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

15.3 Technical data - DEA28.1, DEA29.1, DEA30.1


Technical Data
Designation

Unit

Power supply

min.

type

+Uext

18

Iext

0,15

Inputs IN 0IN 31

+UHigh
+ULow

V
V

14
0

24
<1

32
3

Outputs
OUT 0...OUT 23
CLCBb

+Uhigh
+Ulow
IL

V
V
mA

Uext-2
0
0

Uext-1
1,6
-

Uext
2
3)
80

Current consumption

24

max.

0,2

1)

32
2,2

2)

1) Current consumption of 0.2 A without loading outputs at 24 V


2) Current consumption of 2.2 A, loading all outputs with 80 mA each
3) The lamp control necessitates that the making current is limited by means
of resistance, e.g., 100 R, to 250 mA as otherwise the overvoltage monitor is
actuated and the output locked.
Fig. 15-3: Technical data - DEA28.1, DEA29.1, DEA30.1
Schematic diagram - digital
input and output circuits

5K

10V

input

0 Vext

Iext
+Uext
UDN 2987A

IL
output
33k

0 Vext

0 Vext

0 Vext

I09X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 15-4: Schematic diagram - digital input and output circuits


Recommended load inductance
circuit

All relays must have free-wheeling diodes. To protect these, an


additional diode is needed as polarity reversal protection.

+
D2

D1

D1: free-wheeling diode


D2: polarity reversal protection

I07X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 15-5: Recommended load inductance circuit

Note:

The driver UND 2987 A limits short-circuit currents to 350mA.


If short-circuit limits exceed 1s, then the effected output is
closed (lL=0). The other outputs can function. The affected
output remains locked until the power supply has been
switched off and on once.

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Input / output interface DEA28.1, DEA29.1, DEA30.1 15-3

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Note:

Output CLC_ Bb

If driver UND 2987 A has switched off one or more outputs


due to overload, then the error state will be displayed by the
LED which has been switched on.

Output CLC_Bb is set to high with each edge change of output OUT15.
Output CLC_Bb remains at high for 100ms. If the state of output OUT15
does not change during this time, then output CLC_Bb goes back to low.
If the state of the output OUT15 is altered during this 100 ms period, then
output CLC_Bb is retriggered and remains in the high state.
Retrigger time: 100 ms
Application:
Output CLC_Bb can be used as a kind of "Watchdog".

160 ms

80 ms

120 ms

60 ms

80 ms

0
relevant
bit *

1
100 ms

100 ms

100 ms

High
output
CLC_Bb

Low
Retrigger edge change
0

100

200

300

400

500

* See Function Description

600

t in ms

S05X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 15-6: Illustration - how output CLC_Bb works

15-4 Input / output interface DEA28.1, DEA29.1, DEA30.1

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

16

Position Interface for Square-Wave Signals


DEF01.1 and DEF02.1

16.1 General Information


"Incremental position interface" modules support the acceptance of
square-wave signals to detect measuring systems directly and externally
mounted to machine elements in the drive controller.
The incremental position interfaces DEF01.1 and DEF02.1 for squarewave signals differ in that they react to different address ranges. These
ranges are automatically divided up during the initialization phase to the
inserted position interface.
To avoid confusion during installation, the D-subminiature plug-in
connectors are labelled differently.

DEF01.1

Connector assignment position interfaces for squarewave signals


DEF01.1 = X22
DEF02.1 = X24

DEF02.1

16.2 DEF01.1 and DEF02.1 Connector Assignments

cable (2x1.0+4x2x0.25)C
type: INK 0209

X22/24

GY 1)

Ua2

Ua2

PK

Ua2

Ua2

RD

Ua0

Ua0

BK

Ua0

Ua0

BN

Ua1

Ua1

GN

Ua1

Ua1

10

10

11

11

12

12

13

13

14

14

15

15

WH 12

BN 12

DC 0V ext.
DC +5V ext.

15-pin D-sub
connector INS 0439
(screw mounting)
stock no.: 252 884
1)

X22

X24

0V
+5V

View onto
front panel

Color coding applies to INDRAMAT cable INK 0209


A10X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 16-1: Connector assignment position interface for square-wave signals


DEF01.1 and DEF02.1

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Position Interface for Square-Wave Signals DEF01.1 and DEF02.1 16-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

16.3 Technical data - DEF01.1 and DEF02.1


Power supply of the external
measuring system

Designation

Unit

min.

type/
value

max.

4.75

5.25

Output voltage +5 V
Output current - +5 V

mA

250

Fig. 16-2: Power supply of the external measuring system

Voltage level and phase angle input signals

Designation

Unit

Signal voltage
Phase angle

min.

type/value

UHigh

ULow

Ua1

el.

Ua2

el.

90

Max. input frequency

max.

2,5
0.5

kHz

1000

Interpolation - signal period

4-fold

Reference point delay t1

ns

Edge distance t2

ns

50
250

Fig. 16-3: Voltage level and phase angle - input signals

360 electrically = one cycle

Ua1
Ua2

t2

Ua0

t1

t1

S06X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 16-4: Schematic diagram - signal paths

+5 V
Uax

Uax
I10X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 16-5: Schematic diagram - input circuit

16-2 Position Interface for Square-Wave Signals DEF01.1 and DEF02.1

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Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

17

Encoder Interface DFF01.1

17.1 General Information


Plug-in module "Encoder interface DFF01.1" supports position detection
of measuring systems GDS01.1 / GDM01.1 mounted directly to the
motion machine elements.
Application example:
The single-turn encoder interface DFF01.1 supports the connection of
main shaft encoder GDS01.1 to a digital drive controller and for relaying
encoder signals to other drive controllers.
Application:
electronic shafts
synchronization of drives on main shaft encoders
digital drive controllers
Main shaft encoder
GDS 1.1

DFF01.1 DFF01.1 DFF01.1 DFF01.1 DFF01.1

max. 5 drives
cable length max. 5 m
between two drive
controllers
max. cable lengths of all connections: 75 m

B02X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 17-1: Allocation - DFF01.1

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Encoder Interface DFF01.1 17-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

17.2 Terminal Diagram


1)

1)

X18

GN

PK

SC-

0VM

PRIOR_OUT

6
7

SCL
SDO

10 WH

RD

VT

BN

GY

10

10

S+
C+

11

11

0VM

12

12

13

13
14

FS
SDI

12 BN

BK

14

BU

15

15

UG
not assigned

X 19
1)

X19

1)

VT

BNWH

WH

BU

RD

BK

SCL

GY

SDO

PK

10 GN

10

10

S+
C+

11 YE

11

11

0VM

12 BN

12

12

13 GNWH

13

13

14 YEWH

14

14

FS

15 GYWH

15

15

SDI

X 18

shield

connector INS 0439


stock no.: 231 715
DFF 01.1M, X18 IKS 0374

DFF01.1

GDS 1.1 / GDM 1.1 encoder

SC0VM
PRIOR_IN

UG
not assigned

View onto
front panel
1)

Connect shield with


connector housing

shield

connector INS 0519


stock no.: 231 714
IKS 0024

45

stock no.: 215

45

IKS 0374

DFF01.1
DFF01.1

DFF01.1

DFF01.1
X 18

X 18

INS 0439

INS 0519

X 19

X 19

45

26

IKS 0374

INS 0513
INK 0209

IKS 0024
INS 0439

GDS 1.1

A11X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 17-2: Terminal Diagram DFF01.1

17-2 Encoder Interface DFF01.1

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Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

18

Positioning Module DLC01.1

18.1 General Information


Plug-in module Single-axis positioning module DLC01.1 expands the
drive controller to become a stand-alone single-axis positioning control
unit which can be programed with up to 3000 program sets. Each set
describes a motional sequence or a specific state of inputs to be
monitored or outputs to be set.

DLC 1.1

18.2 Terminal Diagram

Programmier- und
Anzeigeeinheit

33

32

32

34

34

33

33

32

32

X 30

.
.
.

1
+

34

33

X30

CR
CL

CTA 04.1-B, Mat.-Nr. 263051


(Anzeige beleuchtet)
CTA 04.1-N, Mat.-Nr. 263052
(Anzeige unbeleuchtet)

X 31

34

Konfektioniertes Kabel
IKS 0745/...
(bei CTA 04.1-N:
max. Lnge = 30m
bei CTA 04.1-B:
max. Lnge = 10m)

DDS X3/5
DKS X8/4
X31

RS 232

RS 485

300R

fr IDS

RxD

TxD

RTS

CTS

GND

+(Rx-TxD)

-(Rx-TxD)

9pol. D-SUB-Stecker INS 0525


Mat.-Nr. 259 759

Blick auf
Frontplatte

+5V
A12X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 18-1: Terminal Diagram DLC01.1

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Positioning Module DLC01.1 18-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Terminal diagram - data


interface

DLC01.1
X31
RxD
TxD
GND

PC
(IBM compatible)

Interface RS 232
IKS 046
max. 15 m

bn

ws

gn

RxD
TxD
GND

9-pin D-Sub connector

DLC01.1
X31
RxD
TxD
GND

IDS
decade switch unit

Interface RS 232
IKS 047
max. 20 m

3
4

9-pin D-sub connector

RxD
TxD
GND
0V
5V

5-pin plug-in screw clamp

A13X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 18-2: Terminal diagram - data interface RS 232

18-2 Positioning Module DLC01.1

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Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

DLC 1.1

DLC 1.1

DLC 1.1

cable

connector
housing

cable

IKB0001
shield

X31

cable

IKB0001

X31

GND

(Rx-Tx)+

(Rx-Tx)-

Station
no. n

Station
no. 1

IKB0001

X31

Station
no. 32
end connector

D-Sub 9 pin

D-Sub 9 pin

300 R

INS0597

1)

D-Sub 9 pin

2) cable

IKS0166

Connection to drive amplifier


e.g., DKC,DDS,DDC etc.

External user interface

cable

IKS0164

PC

CTA 10
X1

+24V

+24V

0V

0V

X2

5
4
300 R

X3

GND

RxD

(Rx-Tx)+

TxD

(Rx-Tx)-

GND

X..

2
3
4

TxD
RxD
GND

Notes:
1) When connecting just one station, (without IKB0001) a matching
resistor must also be mounted into the interface cable.
Matching resistance 300R - 470R
2) Extension cable
Do not route data transmission cables parallel to power cables.

A14X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 18-3: DLC-RS 485

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Positioning Module DLC01.1 18-3

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Note:

18-4 Positioning Module DLC01.1

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Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

19

Positioning Module DLC02.1-FW

19.1 General Information


The plug-in positioning module DLC02.1-FW expands the drive controller
to create a stand-alone single-axis positioning NC control unit which can
be programed with up to 3000 programing blocks. Each block describes
one motional sequence or a specific state of inputs to be monitored or
outputs to be set.
Positioning module DLC02.1-FW is only operated with INTERBUS-S
interface module DBS02.2-FW.
INTERBUS-S interface module DBS02.2-FW is inserted into the
positioning module DLC02.1-FW. Once screwed into place with three
bolts, the DBS02.2 and DLC02.1 become one unit.

Note:

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Please note, when disassembling or removing the plug-in


module from the drive controller that the DBS02.2-FW is
connected with the DLC02.1-FW.

Positioning Module DLC02.1-FW

19-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

DLC 02.1

19.2 Terminal Diagram

Programming and
display unit
34

34

33

33

32

32

Standard cable
IKS 0745/...
(in CTA 04.1-N:
max. length = 30m
in CTA 04.1-B:
max. length = 10m)

X30
34

34

33

33

32

32

CR

CL

CTA 04.1-B, stock no. 263051


(display illuminated)
CTA 04.1-N, stock no. 263052
(display illuminated)

X 31

X 30

.
.
.

DDS X3/5
DKS X8/4
X31

RS 232

RS 485

300R

fr IDS

RxD

TxD

RTS

CTS

GND

+(Rx-TxD)

-(Rx-TxD)

9 pin D-SUB connector INS


0525

View onto
front panel

+5V
A29X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 19-1: Terminal Diagram DLC02.1-FW

19-2 Positioning Module DLC02.1-FW

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Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Terminal diagram
- data interface

DLC02.1
X31
RxD
TxD
GND

PC
(IBM compatible)

Data interface RS 232


IKS 046
max. 15 m

bn

ws

gn

RxD
TxD
GND

9-pin D-Sub connector

DLC02.1
X31
RxD
TxD
GND

IDS
decade switch unit

interface RS 232
IKS 047
max. 20 m

3
4

9-pin D-Sub connector

RxD
TxD
GND
0V
5V

5-pin plug-in screw clamp

A30X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 19-2: Terminal Diagram - data interface RS 232

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

Positioning Module DLC02.1-FW

19-3

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

DLC02.1

DLC02.1

DLC02.1

cable

connector
housing

cable

IKB0001
shield

X31

cable

IKB0001

X31

GND

(Rx-Tx)+

(Rx-Tx)-

Station
no. n

Station
no. 1

IKB0001

X31

Station
no. 32
end connector

D-Sub 9 pin

D-Sub 9 pin

300 R

INS0597

1)

D-Sub 9 pin

2) cable

IKS0166

Connection to drive amplifier


e.g., DKC,DDS,DDC etc.

External user unit

cable

IKS0164

PC

CTA 10
X1

+24V

+24V

0V

0V

X2

5
4
300 R

X3

GND

RxD

(Rx-Tx)+

TxD

(Rx-Tx)-

GND

X..

TxD

RxD

GND

Notes:
1) If connecting only one station, (without
IKB0001) a matching resistor must be
additionally mounted into the interface cable.
Matching resistance 300R - 470R
2) Extension cable
Data transmission cables may not be routed
paralle with power cables.
A31X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 19-3: SOT - DLC RS 485 with up to 32 stations

19-4 Positioning Module DLC02.1-FW

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20

High-Resolution Position Interface for Sine Signals


DLF01.1

20.1 General Information


Measuring systems

Plug-in module "High-resolution position interface DLF01.1" supports the


acceptance of sine signals for position detection of external measuring
systems directly mounted to moving machine elements.
The high-resolution position interface DLF01.1 evaluates measuring
systems with
sinusoidal current signals (7 ... 11 Ass) or with
sinusoidal voltage signals (1 Vss).

Switching from current to


voltage signals

By bridging X23/1 and X23/12 in the connector of the DLF01.1-plug-in


module, the DLF01.1 is set to the evaluation of voltage signals.
If there is no such connection, then the DLF01.1 is set to evaluate current
signals.

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

High-Resolution Position Interface for Sine Signals DLF01.1 20-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

20.2 Terminal diagrams


Terminal diagram for measuring
systems with voltage signals
max. 50 m
52

45

26

Standard cable IKS 0383

DLF01.1

coupling INS 0451


max. 50 m
52

45

26

Standard cable IKS 0384

connector INS 0329


X23
BN

GN 0.25 mm2

A+

GN

BN 0.25 mm2

A-

15

15

GY

BK 0.25 mm2

B+

RD 0.25 mm2

B-

PK

RD

BK

14

14

GY 0.25 mm2

R+

PK 0.25 mm2

R-

13

13

X23

WHGN

10

10

WH 1 mm2

10

10

0V

BNGN

12

12

BN 1mm2

12

12

+5V

11

11

1VSS

Measuring
system
e.g.
LIF 181,
LS 186,
LS 486 from

cable (2x1.0 + 4x2x0.25)C


type: INK 0280 1)

View onto
front panel

15 pin D-SUB connector INS 0439


(screw mounting)

1) Color coding only applies to INDRAMAT cable

A15X2X1P.fh5

INK 280.

Fig. 20-1: Terminal diagram for measuring systems with voltage signals

Signal breakdown of measuring


systems with voltage signals

DLF01.1
1VSS

Fourfold
signal
breakdown
DGA 1.2

DLF01.1
DLF01.1
DLF01.1
S07X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 20-2: Signal breakdown of measuring systems with voltage signals

For further information, see encoder junction DGA01.2 (pg.29-1).

20-2 High-Resolution Position Interface for Sine Signals DLF01.1

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Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Terminal diagram for measuring


systems with current signals
max. 30 m 1)
52

45

26

Standard cable IKS 0129

DLF01.1

coupling INS 0392


max. 30 m 1)
52

45

26

konf. Kabel IKS 0130

connector INS 0301


GN
YE

9 pin plug-in connector


INS 0392
1
2

BU

RD

GN 0.25 mm2

BN 0.25 mm2

15

15

BK 0.25 mm2

RD 0.25 mm2

14

14

+Ie1
-Ie1
+Ie2
-Ie2
X23

+Ie0
-Ie0

GY

PK

PK 0.25 mm2

13

13

WH

WH 1 mm2

10

10

0V

BN 1mm2

12

12

+5V

shield

11

11

3
9

11ASS

Measuring system
cable (2x1.0 + 4x2x0.25)C
e.g.,
type: INK 0280 2)
LIF 101,
LS 106,
15 pin D-SUB conn. INS 0439
LS 406 from
(screw mounting)
Heidenhain
stock no.: 252 884
2)

GY 0.25 mm2

BN

1)

X23

Use line driver DGV if cable exceeds 30 m.


Color coding applies to INDRAMAT cable INK 0280.

View onto
front panel

A16X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 20-3: Terminal diagram for measuring systems with current signals

A cable length of >30m needs line driver DGV01.1 (see pg. 29-6).

DOK-DIAX02-PLUG*IN*MOD-PRJ1-EN-P

High-Resolution Position Interface for Sine Signals DLF01.1 20-3

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

20.3 Technical data - DLF01.1


Power supply for external
measuring system
Signal form
Resolution
Voltage signals

Current signals

Output voltage X23/12:

DC +5 V (5%)

Max. load of outputs X23/12:

150

mA

Approximate sinusoidal signals.


The signal periods supplied by the measuring system has a 2048fold
resolution.
Signal voltage:

A, B, R 1

VSS

Max. frequency for meas. sys. signals:

A, B

500

kHz

Max. frequency for reference signals:

15

kHz

Signal current:

Ie1, Ie2

716 ASS

Ie0

28

ASS

Max. frequency for meas. sys. signals:

Ie1, Ie2

150

kHz

Max. frequency for reference signals:

Ie0

15

kHz

Signal input circuit

DLF 1.1

current signal: Ie1+, Ie2+, Ie0+


voltage signal: A+, B+, R+
current signal: Ie1-, Ie2-, Ie0voltage signal: A-, B-, R-

X23
7, 6, 4
1 H
X23
8, 5, 3
1 H

10 nF

121 R

+
10 nF

I11X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 20-4: Signal input circuit

Signal duration
360 el.
A, Ie1
0
90 el.
B, Ie2
0

R, Ie0
0
S08X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 20-5: Schematic diagram - signal paths

20-4 High-Resolution Position Interface for Sine Signals DLF01.1

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Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

21

Profibus Interface DPF02.1/03.1/04.1

21.1 General Information


With a Profibus interface it is possible to connect I/O subassemblies.
The Profibus interface can, e.g., be used with positioning module
DLC01.1-FW enabling the integration of DLC positioning modules into a
Profibus system.
The design of module DPF02.1/03.1/04.1 as a Profibus DP slave module
makes the integration into a Profibus network of the Profibus category DP
as per DIN 19245-3 possible.
Plug-in modules DPF02.1, DPF03.1 and DPF04.1 vary in terms of their
address ranges, connector designations, address selection switch
designation for the Profibus and the designations for the LED displays.
Profibus
interface

Connector

Address
selection
switch

LED displays

DPF02.1

X55

S8, S9

H8

DPF03.1

X56

S10, S11

H9

DPF04.1
X57
S12, S13
Fig. 21-1: Differences - Profibus interface plug-in modules
Bus addresses

LED display
PNO number and machine trunk
file

H10

The participant addresses on the Profibus are set with both BCD coded
rotary switches. Addresses of between 1 and 99 (decimal) may be set on
the plug-in module.
The LEDs H8/H9/H10 glow green if the "Bus is running".
The Profibus User Organization (PNO) distributes a hexidecimal
number with four places for the machines to be certified. This enables
the Profibus master to allocate equipment trunk files with interface data
to the slave. The plug-in cards DPF02/3/4 receive the numbers 1346.
The relevant machine trunk data file is named DKC31346.GSD. The file
entails, in text form, the parametrization data for the Profibus. It can be
obtained via the Indramat mailbox.
There are type files in this mailbox also (*.200) for the Siemens NC
control units which are not compatible to the Profibus. There are two
variants of these. One is for a DOS configurator, version 4, the other for
Windows configurator, version 5.

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Profibus Interface DPF02.1/03.1/04.1 21-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

S8 LOW

S12 LOW S13 HIGH

H10 RUN

S10 LOW S11 HIGH

H9 RUN

S9 HIGH

H8 RUN

DPF04.1

DPF03.1

DPF02.1

21.2 Terminal Diagram

X55/56/57
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

free
free
RxD / TxD -P
CNTR-P
DGND

X55

X56

X57

VP
free
RxD / TxD -N
CNTR-N

View onto
front panel

A32X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 21-2: Terminal Diagram DPF02.1, DPF03.1, DPF04.1

21-2 Profibus Interface DPF02.1/03.1/04.1

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Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

21.3 Technical Data


Profibus interface

Profibus interface as per DIN 19245, section 1 with cable termination for
cables of category A or B per DIN 19245, section 3.
The Profibus cable is connected at X55, X56 and/or X57. The connector
is generally not part of the overall delivery but must be ordered separately.
The PROFIBUS connectors each contain a switchable matching resistor.
This resistor must be switched at the first and last bus participant. Do not
confuse cores A and B. Terminate as illustrated below.
1

1 Switch positions for first and last slave in the Profibus DP.
2 The cable shield must be directly on the bare metal guide.

R04X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 21-3: Bus connection for first and last slave, bus connector INS0450 without
9-pin D-subminiature bushing

1 Matching resistor is switched off.


2 The cable shield must be directly on the bare metal guide.

R05X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 21-4: Bus connection for all other slaves, bus connector INS0450 without 9pin D-subminiature bushing
1

1 Switch position for the first and last slave in the Profibus DP.
2 The cable shield must be directly on the bare metal guide.

R06X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 21-5: Bus connection for first and last slave, bus connector INS0541 with 9pin D-subminiature bushing

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Profibus Interface DPF02.1/03.1/04.1 21-3

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

1 Matching resistor is switched off.


2 The cable shield must be directly on the bare metal guide.

R07X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 21-6: Bus connection for all other slaves, bus connector INS0541 with 9-pin
D-subminiature bushing

The DPF connection must implement a shielded two-core line as per DIN
19245, section 1.
Pre-assigned bits in DPF02

If Profibus interface DPF02.1 is used together with positioning module


DLC01.1-FW, then specific data bits are pre-defined.
Input /
output
Input

Bit
no

Signal

parameter

Definition if 1
=

if 0 =

parametrize

Input

automatic

automatic

set-up

Input

/E-stop

E-stop

OK

Input

start

start

Input

/stop

run

Input

jogging forwards

jogging
forwards

Input

jogging
backwards

jogging
backwards

Input

clear

clear error

Output

/fault

OK

Output

set-up

set-up mode

Output

automatic

automatic
mode

Output

parameter

parametrization
mode

Output

automatic
program

stop

error

automatic
program
running
Fig. 21-7: Pre-defined bits - DPF02 with DLC

21-4 Profibus Interface DPF02.1/03.1/04.1

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Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

22

Profibus Interface DPF05.1-FW

22.1 General Information


Profibus Interface DPF05.1-FW enables the integration of control module
CLC-D into a Profibus system. The design of the module as a Profibus
DP combi slave module makes it possible to integrate into Profibus
networks of the category Profibus DP, Profibus FMS or a mixture as per
DIN19245-3.
The module DPF05.1-FW has been designed as a plug-in module that
can be directly inserted onto the NC control module. Once screwed
together with three bolts, it creates one unit with the CLC-D.

Note:

Other modules can also be inserted onto the DPF05.1-FW


within the system. This is important when disassembling an
removing!

DPF05.1

22.2 Terminal Diagram

X69
1

E1

E2

E3
E4
OVL

4
5

X69
E1
E2
E3
E4
0 VL
H15
H16

8 LEDs

X68
1
2

Receive/transmit data P
Repeater control signal P
Data reference potential
Bus 5 V

3
4
5
6
7

Receive/transmit data N
Repeater control signal N

8
9

free
RxD / TxD -P
CNTR-P
DGND

X68

VP
free
RxD / TxD -N
CNTR-N

View onto
front panel

A17X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 22-1: Terminal Diagram DPF05.1M-FW

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Profibus Interface DPF05.1-FW

22-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

22.3 Technical Data


External inputs

The module DPF05.1 makes four hardware inputs (+24V) available.


These inputs can be used in conjunction with the CLC-D if supported by
the relevant firmware. The signal states at these inputs are transmitted
independent of Profibus status (on/off) to the CLC-D, but the Profibus
master can also query them via the PD or FMS channel.
X69

Designation

Input voltage for


high

Input voltage for


low

E1

+16 V... +32 V

-0,5 V ... +8 V

E2

+16 V... +32 V

-0,5 V ... +8 V

E3

+16 V... +32 V

-0,5 V ... +8 V

0VL

reference potential 0V

reference potential 0V

Fig. 22-2: Signal assignment for X69 external inputs

Profibus interface

Profibus interface as per DIN 19245, section 1 with cable termination for
cables of category A or B per DIN 19245, section 3.
The Profibus cable is connected at connector X68. This cable is not part
of the general delivery and must be ordered separately.
The PROFIBUS connectors each contain a switchable matching resistor.
This resistor must be switched at the first and last bus participant. Do not
confuse cores A and B. Terminate as illustrated below.

1 Switch positions for first and last slave in the Profibus DP.
2 The cable shield must be directly on the bare metal guide.

R04X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 22-3: Bus connection for the first and the last slave, bus connector INS0450
without 9-pin D-subminiature bushing

22-2 Profibus Interface DPF05.1-FW

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1 Matching resistor is switched off.


2 The cable shield must be directly on the bare metal guide.

R05X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 22-4: Bus connection for all other slaves, bus connector INS0450 without
9-pin D-subminiature bushing

1 Switch position for the first and last slave in the Profibus DP.
2 The cable shield must be directly on the bare metal guide.

R06X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 22-5: Bus connection for the first and the last slave, bus connector INS0541
with 9-pin D-subminiature bushing

1 Matching resistor is switched off.


2 The cable shield must be directly on the bare metal guide.

R07X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 22-6: Bus connection for all other slaves, bus connector INS0541 with
9-pin D-subminiature bushing

The DPF connection must implement a shielded two-core line as per DIN
19245, section 1.

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Profibus Interface DPF05.1-FW

22-3

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Note:

22-4 Profibus Interface DPF05.1-FW

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23

Analog Signal Interface DRF01.1

23.1 General Information


Plug-in module DRF01.1 supports:
the measurement of voltages via both differential inputs S1/S3 and
S2/S4 for evaluation in the drive controller.

DRF01.1

23.2 Terminal Diagram DRF01.1

15-pin D-SUB connector INS 0439


(screw mounting)
stock no.: 252 884

X36
1

S3

S4

GND

reserved

GND

A1

free

S1

10

10

S2

11

11

GND

12

12

13

13

GND

14

14

A0

15

15

free

X36

View onto
front panel

DRF01.1

DRF01.1

IKS 0099
45
Ferrules for intermediate
clamping
200

conn. INS 0439

X36

INK 0280

A18X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 23-1: Terminal Diagram DRF01.1

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23.3 Technical data - DRF01.1


Schematic diagram - input
channels S1/S3 and S2/S4

X36
10k/0.1%

S3/S4

10k/0.1%
+

to
12 bit
ADU

+
10k/0.1%

S1/S2

10k/0.1%

c
20k

90k

d
10k
b
10k

+5V
a
G1
G0

7
14
6

10k

MUX
GND
to second
differential amplifier

I12X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 23-2: Schematic diagram - input channels S1/S3 and S2/S4

Setting the amplificaiton

Amplification is set by switching pins 7 and 14 with pin Pin 6 (GND).


If pins 7 and 14 are open, then amplification is set to 2.

Switching connectors X36

Connector
at
Pin 7

X36

MUX
channel

Amplification

Pin 14

free

free

2 (default)

free

GND

GND

free

GND

GND

10

Fig. 23-3: Switching connector X36

23-2 Analog Signal Interface DRF01.1

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Voltage level and resolution of


input signals

Amplfication

Input
voltage

min.

S1, S2
S3, S4
|S1-S3|
|S2-S4|
Resolution

-10 V
-10 V

-5 V
-5 V

S1, S2
S3, S4
|S1-S3|
|S2-S4|
Resolution

-2,5 V
-2,5 V

S1, S2
S3, S4
|S1-S3|
|S2-S4|
Resolution
S1, S2
S3, S4
|S1-S3|
|S2-S4|
Resolution

-1 V
-1 V

10

Resolution
12 bit

max.
+10 V
+10 V
10 V
10 V

4.88 mV/Bit
+5 V
+5 V
5V
5V
2.44 mV/Bit
+2.5 V
+2.5 V
2.5 V
2.5 V
1.22 mV/Bit
+1 V
+1 V
1V
1V
0.49 mV/Bit

Fig. 23-4: Voltage level and resolution of input signals

Maximum allowable voltage at the differential amplification inputs S1 to


S4 equals |50 V|.

Note:

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Maximum allowable voltage at the differential amplification


inputs S1 to S4 equals 50V.

Analog Signal Interface DRF01.1 23-3

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Note:

23-4 Analog Signal Interface DRF01.1

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24

Summer Input Interface DSE01.1

24.1 General Information


The additional plug-in module "Summer input interface" DSE01.1 makes
two summer inputs available in addition to the differential inputs for
system configurations of digital AC servo drives with analog interface.
These two summer inputs make it possible to add command values to the
differential inputs at the ANALOG interface.
The drive enable signal is delayed via contacts ERF X40/9, ARF X40/11
(delay can be set), which is relayed to the command communications
module used (DAE/DAA). Removing the drive enable via contact ERF
X40/9, means that the differential input E1/E2 is switched off. The
summer input remains active until the delayed drive enable removal is
completed.
To enable NC control reactions suited to the process in the event of drive
interference (e.g., return motions), error reaction 3 was introduced into the
analog software for drive errors that permit the maintenance of the speed
control loop.
How error reaction 3 works in the event of an error:
18 amplifier overtemperature shutdown
19 motor overtemperature shutdown
33 external power supply failure
68 braking error
The following error reaction is conducted:
The drive fault is signalled to the NC control by opening the Bb
contact.
The drive controller remains ready until the time-delayed drive enable
signal removal is completed via summer input E3/E4.
Differential inputs E1/E2 are switched off.
Upon completion of the time delay, the AC servo drive goes torque
free. Any optionally mounted holding brake is applied.
The digital AC servo drive with ANALOG interface with summer input
interface DSE01.1 is thus functionally compatible with analog servo drives
with TDM drive controllers.

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Summer Input Interface DSE01.1 24-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

Signal path and torque generation with removal of drive enable signal via
the DSE01.1 contact ERF X40/8.

Drive enable
to ERF via 1
control
0

Drive enable 1
DDS int. 0
Speed command 1
via E1/E2
0

Speed command 1
via E3/E4
0

Motor 1
torque
0
1)

Application of 1
holding brake

2)
4)

6)

Speed command 1
to zero in the DDS
0
300 ms 5)

400 ms
3)

t/ms

1) The holding brake applies if speed equals less than 10 min-1.


2) Holding brake applies after 400 ms, even if the speed of the motor
equals > 10 min-1.
3) The holding brake releases at same time drive enable applied.
4) Note: 100 ms after holding brake applied, motor goes torque free.
5) Set time via resistor R5 (see notes on start-up).
6) To ensure a safe release of the holding brake, speed command is activated with a
delay of 100 ms.
S09X2X1P.fh5

Fig.24-1: Signal path and torque generation as dependent on drive enable


signal

24-2 Summer Input Interface DSE01.1

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Setpoint compensation for


differential input E1/E2

DSE01.1

24.2 Terminal Diagram

Setpoint compensation
for summer input E3
P2

Setpoint compensation
for summer input E4

P3

X40

GND analog
10V setpoint output

10 V differential input

P4

A1

A2

E1

E2

E1

E3

E3

0VM

E4

0VM

1
A1
A2

E2

Summer input
Reference potential
for summer inputs
Summer input

Drive enable input


Reference potential
Drive enable output

11-pin plug-in screw clamp


MC 1.5 / 10 ST; stock no.: 241 592

0VM
E4

0VM
ERF
0VM

ERF

ARF

11

10
11

10

0VM

X40

ARF

View onto front panel


F03X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 24-2: Terminal diagram with allocation of terms to DSE01.1

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Summer Input Interface DSE01.1 24-3

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

24.3 Technical data - DSE01.1


Analog interface

Designation

Unit

min

max

Input voltage

E1
E2
E3/E4
|E1 - E2|
ERFHIGH

V
V
V
V
V

-10
-10
-10
+3

+10
+10
+10
10
+30

Input current

E1
E2
E3/E4
ERF

mA
mA
mA
mA

-0.5
-0.5
-1

+0.5
+0.5
+1
+2.5

Fig. 24-3: Technical data - analog input circuit

ERF
tx 1)

10 k

ARF
10 k

10 k
E2

R2

P2
-

10 k
E1

2k

A2
A1

10 k
3k
R3

P3

E3
2k
R4

P4

E4
2k
1) tx = settable integral action time

I13X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 24-4: Schematic diagram - analog input circuit

24-4 Summer Input Interface DSE01.1

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DSE01.1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

1) Connector designation depends on ANALOG interface used


2) E1/E2 differential input for speed setpoint 10 V
3) E3, E4 two summer inputs for additional setpoints

P2

4) Cascade connection made up of:


auxiliary contact of the power contactor
UD contact of the power source
Bb contact of the drive controller

X13/X15

1)

P3

GND analog

E1
E2

TVW
RF
AH

Ired1
Ired2
+UI
0VI

NC control

2)

4
5
6
7

3)

+24 V10%
0V

4)

SPS

P4

X40

9
10
11

A1
A2

A2

E1
E2
E3
0VM
E4
0VM
ERF
0VM
ARF

X40
A1

E1
E
2
E
3
0VM
E4
0VM
ERF
0VM
ARF
11

External
voltage
supplyg
F04X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 24-5: Interconnection DSE01.1 with analog interface and NC control

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Summer Input Interface DSE01.1 24-5

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

24.4 Start-Ups
Step 1

DANGER

Step 2

Danger can result from incorrect use of the digital AC


servo drives!
When starting up digital AC servo drives, note the
guidelines in "Application Description", doc. no.
209-0069-4315.
Additional instructions on starting up plug-in module
DSE01.1 are outlined below.

Speed command value - determining the evaluation via the resistors


R2 for differential input E1/E2
R3 for summer input E3
R4 for summer input E4
It applies:

RX =
RX:
UE:

10k UE
1k
10V

resistane to speed command value evaluation of relevant inputs


rapid input voltage

Fig. 24-6: Determining resistance to speed command value evaluation

Solder resistors into place, use a maximum tolerance of 1%.


Step 3

Off delay - setting the drive enable signal

Danger to AC servo motors and drive controllers


from overtemperature!
Set off delay to a maximum of <= 1 seconds.
DANGER

Note:

The OFF delay is standardly set in the TDM to 300ms.

If, for process-compatible actions (e.g., return motions), an OFF delay up


to the deactivation of the speed command values via summer inputs
E3/E4 is needed, then this can be set via resistor R5. To determine the
resistance, see .
To set an OFF delay other than 300 ms, proceed as follows:

24-6 Summer Input Interface DSE01.1

1.

find resistance listed in Fig. 24-7

2.

solder resistance in at soldering point R5

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R (Ohm)
1M
900 k
800 k
700 k
600 k
500 k
1)

400 k
300 k
200 k
100 k
0
100

200 300

400 500

600

700 800

900

t(ms)

1) Integral action time of drive enable signal set at time of delivery.


K01X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 24-7: Setting resistor R5 to the OFF delay drive enable signal

Step 4

Insert additional plug-in modules in available slot in drive controller.

Note:

Set drive enable in series with Bb contact X3.6/7.

Step 5

Connect DSE card per Fig. 24-5.

Step 6

In menu Mode/scaling of the user interface, set the following


parameters:
command default for speed to 10 V
set speed with command value default to rapid traverse speed
set error reaction 3

Step 7

Danger of accidents due to unwanted drive motions.


Switch power supply off before compensating voltage.
DANGER
Apply rapid traverse voltage at relevant input and compensate via the
relevant potentiometer to 10 V at X40/A1-A2.
P2 = differential input E1/E2
P3 = summer input E3
P4 = summer input E4

Step 8

Drift compensation of servo axis (see Application Description, sec. 8.2.).

Step 9

Now note the instructions in the Application Description.

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Summer Input Interface DSE01.1 24-7

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

X 40 (plug-in bracket
ARF

0 VM

11

10
2
10nF

ZPD 6.2

10k0
49k9

ERF

+15 V

4 VCC

-15 V

11 VEE
LM 348N

-15 V

R5
402k

5
1uF

2 x 1N4148

+
7
LM 348N

1N4148

2 x 100 nF

E4

R4
9k09

P4
2k
2.2nF

0 VM
E3

R3
9k09

P3
2k

10k

2.2nF
100pF
1M
10k
2.2nF
E2
E1

4
3

4k99

2 x 1N4148

13

12
+

4k99
2.2nF

4k99

4k99

LM 348N

2.2nF

A1

R2
9k09

P2
2k

2 x 4393

10

2 x 1N4148

100R

LM 348N
10k

A2

G
14

3k01

0 VM

100pF

2
1

X 1 (plug connector in drive controller)


+15 V

14a
2.2 F

0 VM

15abc
2.2 F
13a

-15 V

I14X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 24-8: Current path of the summer input interfaces DSE01.1

24-8 Summer Input Interface DSE01.1

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25

SERCOS interface DSS01.1

25.1 General Information


The plug-in module "SERCOS interface DSS01.1" makes it possible to
operate digital drives with SERCOS interface compatible NC control units
via fiber optic cables. It also offers inputs for the evaluation of reference
switches, travel range limit switches and probes.

DSS01.1

25.2 Terminal Diagram

H2

FSMA conn. 2.2 INS 0418


6.0 INS 0426

H3
CHK

X 11 RX

X11

LWL interface
receiver

S2 LOW

TX

S3 HIGH

X 10 TX

X10

LWL interface
transmitter

RX

E1
E2

X12

DC +24V ext.
DC 0V ext.
9 pin plug-in screw clamp
stock no.: 241 591

E1

E2

E3
E4
E5

E3

E4

+UL

E5

0VL

X 12

Reference switch
pos. travel range limit switch
neg. travel range limit switch
probe 1
probe 2

+UL
0VL

View onto
front panel
A19X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 25-1: Terminal Diagram DSS01.1

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25.3 Technical data - DSS01.1


Voltage level DSS01.1

Designation

Unit

min

type/
value

External voltage supply +UL

Current consumption- +UL

mA

18

24

Inputs

UHigh

16

E1E6

ULow

max
32
100

24

32
5.5

Fig. 25-2: Voltage level DSS01.1

Schematic diagram of digital


input circuits

X12
+UL

DC

+12V
DC

Inputs
(E1E5) 2k74

10K

3k3 12V 100nF

0VL

0VTTL
0VL

0VL
I15X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 25-3: Schematic diagram of digital input circuits

Name
Transmitter
data Tx

Abbreviation

Unit

min. 1)

max. 1)

max. transmission power with


opt. low level

PSmaxL

dBm/W

-31.2/0.75

-28.2/1.5

min. transmission power with


opt. high level

PSminH

dBm/W

-10.5/90

-7.5/180

max. transmission power with


opt. high level

PSmaxH

dBm/W

-5.5/280

-3.5/450

nm

640675 nm (0 to 55 C)

nm

<= 30 nm (25 C)

max. input power for opt. low


level

PEmaxL

dBm/W

-31.2/0.75

min. input power for opt. high


level

PEminH

dBm/W

-20/10

max. input power for opt. high


level

PEmaxH

dBm/W

-5/320

PSminHPEminH

dB

wave length transmission


diode: peak wave length
spectral bandwidth
Receiverdata Rx

max. attentuation of
transmission path

9.5

12.5

1) Transmission power is set to maximum at delivery. Transmission power can be switched using switch S1.1 on the
SERCOS module board, if necessary.
Fig. 25-4: Technical data - fiber optic cable interface

25-2 SERCOS interface DSS01.1

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SERCOS interface DSS01.3

26.1 General Information


Plug-in module "SERCOS interface DSS01.3" enables the operation of
digital drives with SERCOS interface compatible controls via fiber optic
cables. It also offers inputs for the evaluation of reference switches, travel
range limit switches, probes and an emergency stop input.

DSS01.3

26.2 Terminal Diagram

H2

FSMA conn. 2.2 INS 0418


6.0 INS 0426

H3
CHK

X 11 RX

X11

LWL interface
receiver

S2 LOW

TX

S3 HIGH

X 10 TX

X10

LWL interface
transmitter

RX

E1
E2

X12

9 pin plug-in screw clamp


stock no.: 241 591

E1

E2

E3
E4
E5

E3

E4

+UL

E5

0VL

E6

+UL
0VL

E6

X 12

Reference switch
pos. travel range limit switch
neg. travel range limit switch
probe 1
probe 2
E-STOP
DC +24V ext.
DC 0V ext.

View onto
front panel
A20X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 26-1: Terminal Diagram DSS01.3

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Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

26.3 Technical data - DSS01.3


Voltage level DSS01.3

Designation

Unit

min

type/

max

value
External voltage supply +UL

18

Current consumption- +UL

mA

Inputs

UHigh

17

E1E6

ULow

24

32
100

24

32
5.5

Fig. 26-2: Voltage level DSS01.3

Schematic diagram of digital


input circuits

X12
+UL

DC

+12V
DC

1/4 HEF40240

Inputs
(E1E6) 2k74

1/4 PC849

10K

3k3 12V 100nF

0VL

0VTTL
0VL

0VL
I16X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 26-3: Schematic diagram of digital input circuits

Name
Transmitter
data Tx

Abbreviation

Unit

min. 1)

max. 1)

max. transmission power with


opt. low level

PSmaxL

dBm/W

-31.2/0.75

-28.2/1.5

min. transmission power with


opt. high level

PSminH

dBm/W

-10.5/90

-7.5/180

max. transmission power with


opt. high level

PSmaxH

dBm/W

-5.5/280

-3.5/450

nm

640675 nm (0 to.55 C)

nm

<= 30 nm (25 C)

max. input power for opt. low


level

PEmaxL

dBm/W

-31.2/0.75

min. input power for opt. high


level

PEminH

dBm/W

-20/10

max. input power for opt. high


level

PEmaxH

dBm/W

-5/320

max. attentuation transmission


path

PSminHPEminH

dB

wavelength of transmission
diode: peak wavelength
spectral bandwidth
Receiverdata Rx

9.5

12.5

1) Transmission power is set to maximum at delivery. Transmission power can be switched using switch S1.1 on the
SERCOS module board, if necessary.
Fig. 26-4: Technical data - fiber optic cable interface

26-2 SERCOS interface DSS01.3

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Gear Encoder Interface DZF01.1

27.1 General Information


Plug-in module "Gear Encoder Interface" supports the evaluation of a
high-resolution main spindle position encoder.

27.2 Terminal Diagram


9 pin
plug-in connector
INS0309
61

47

standard cable IKS 0032

DZF 01.1

9 pin
plug-in connector
INS0401
52

45

26

standard cable IKS 0315/..

9 pin
plug-in connector
INS 0401

cable INK 0209


(color designation
per
INDRAMAT standard)

15 pin
D-Subplug-in connector
INS 0439

X20
1

PK 0.25 mm2

2 0

GY 0.25 mm2

11 0ref

GN 0.25 mm2

13 B

BN 0.25 mm2

14 Bref

BU 0.25 mm2

7 A

VT 0.25 mm2

15 Aref

X20

BN 1 mm2

12 DC +5 Vint

WH 1 mm2

10 DC 0 Vint

high resolution
motor feedback
(sensor insulated)

View onto
front panel
A21X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 27-1: Terminal Diagram DZF01.1

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Gear Encoder Interface DZF01.1 27-1

Plug-in module for digital intelligent drive controllers

The cable to the high-resolution motor feedback


should not be routed over a terminal strip
because of its sensitivity to interference!
WARNING

27.3 Power supply of the external measuring system


Designation

Unit

Output voltage +5 V

Output current - +5 V

mA

min.

type/
value

max.

5.25
200

Fig. 27-2: Power supply of the external measuring system

27-2 Gear Encoder Interface DZF01.1

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Gear Encoder Interface DZF02.1

28.1 General Information


Plug-in module "Gear Encoder Interface" supports the evaluaton of a
high-resolution main spindle position encoder (type SH2 / MH2) and the
feedback of 2AD / ADF motors with feedback type "3".

28.2 Terminal Diagram


DZF02.1

9 pin
plug-in connector
INS0401
52

45

26

standard cable IKS0314/..

9 pin
plug-in connector
INS0401

cable INK0209
(color coded per
INDRAMAT standard)

15 pin
D-Sub
plug-in connector
INS0519

X50
X50

PK 0.25 mm2

GY 0.25 mm2

11 0ref

GN 0.25 mm2

13 B

BN 0.25 mm2

14 Bref

BU 0.25 mm2

VT 0.25 mm2

15 Aref

BN 1 mm2

12 DC +5 V

WH 1 mm2

10 DC 0 V
1)

high-resolution motor feedback


(sensor insulated)
1)

Connect shield with connector housing via cable grip!

View onto
front panel
A22X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 28-1: Terminal Diagram DZF02.1

The cable to the high-resolution motor feedback


should not be routed over a terminal strip
because of its sensitivity to interference!
WARNING

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28.3 Power supply of the external measuring system


Designation

Unit

Output voltage +5 V

Output current - +5 V

mA

min.

type/
value

max.

5.25
200

Fig. 28-2: Power supply of the external measuring system

28-2 Gear Encoder Interface DZF02.1

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29.1 Encoder Branching DGA01.2 for encoders with sinusoidal


1V voltage signals
SS

General Information
With a DGA it is possible to distribute the signals of a measuring system
to up to four measuring systems inputs of different drive controllers.
Possible applications of a DGA are:
parallel switching of linear motors using one measuring system
discharge of position signals to external NC controls for monitoring
purposes or as a master axis position.
All measuring systems with sinusoidal output signals and a signal level of
1 VSS can be connected (Heidenhain voltage interface).
Up to four drive controllers can be operated with one DGA. It also has an
output with square signals.
DGA01.2 - schematics of the
connections

1) X2

DLF01.1

X3

DLF01.1

X1 DGA01.2 X4

DLF01.1

X5

DLF01.1

Measuring system:
Linear scale or
rotary encoder

1VSS

ext. control or meas.


system evaluation

X6
1)

Terminal X2 supplies the power


voltage for the DGA and must
always be present.

S10X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 29-1: Schematics of the connections DGA01.2

Standard cables

Connections

Standard cable

of DGA01.2 (X2, X3, X4, X5) to DLF01.1

IKS0131

of DGA01.2 (X6) to DEF01.1

IKS0331

Fig. 29-2: Standard cables

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Terminal Diagram
Measuring system, e.g.,
LIF181, LS186, LS468
from Heidenhain

1V
SS

max. processing frequency


fmax = 400 kHz

Max. cable length: 30 m


INS0305

X3

X1

4 10 12

9
INS0301

X6

A+ A- B+ B- R+ R- 0V +5V

A+

Ua0

A-

Ua0

B+

Ua1

B-

Ua1

R+

Ua2

R-

Ua2

0V

0V

10

free

frei

12

incremental encoder

to position interface DLF

INS0400

DGA01.2
X5

X4

INS0400

A+

A-

A-

B+

B+

B-

B-

R+

R+

R-

R-

0V

0V

free

free

A+

9
X2

A+ A- B+ B- R+ R- 0V +8V

DLF

DLF

INS0400

INS0400
Max. cable length: 75 m

Connection X2 supplies
power for the
DGA and must always be
present.

3 10

1 12

A+ A- B+ B- R+ R- 0V +8V

DLF

A23X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 29-3: Terminal Diagram DGA01.2

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Dimensional sheet - DGA01.2


295
80

(60)

175

(60)

1,5

35

65

(60)

X6

X5

55

X1

X2

X4

(60)

X3

(9)

200

(9)

218

M01X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 29-4: Dimensional sheet - DGA01.2

Technical Data
External measuring system
Power supply for external
measuring system
Signal form
Voltage signals

Output voltage X1/12:

DC +5 V (5%)

Maximum output load X1/12:

150 mA

Approximate sinusoidal signals


Signal voltage:

A, B, R 1

VSS

Max. frequency of meas. sys. signals:

A, B

400

kHz

Max. frequency of reference signal:

15

kHz

Signal input circuits

DGA01.2

voltage signal: A+, B+, R+

voltage signal: A-, B-, R-

X1
5, 8, 3

X1
6, 1, 4

121 R

I17X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 29-5: Signal input circuits

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Schematic diagram - signal


paths

Signal period
360 el.
A
0
90 el.
B
0

R
0
S11X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 29-6: Schematic diagram - signal paths

Branching - measuring system signals to four terminals


The signals from the measuring system are branched to four terminals,
namely, X2, X3, X4 and X5.
Power supply - DGA01.2

Recommanded signal input


circuit

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The DGA01.2 receives its power via terminal X2.


Connected voltage X2/3:

DC +8 V (5%)

Maximum current consumption:

300 mA

See Fig. 29-5

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Output of measuring system signals as square-wave signals


The sinusoidal signals of the measuring systems are output via terminal
X6 in the form of square-wave incremental signals.

Ua2

Ua1
t2

Ua0
t1

t1

S12X2X1P.fh5

Clockwise rotation of encoder shaft


Fig. 29-7: Voltage level and phase angle of the incremental signals

Designation

Unit

min.

type/value

Phase angle Ua1

Grad

Phase angle Ua2

Grad

90

Signal amplitude

VSS

max.

Ua-(/Ua)
Reference point delay t1

ns

Edge distance t2
ns
Fig. 29-8: Daten zu den Inkrementalsignalen

50
500

Output circuit
Ua1, Ua2, Ua0
X6 (5, 8, 3)

DS 8830 A
X6 (6, 1, 4)
Ua1, Ua2, Ua0
S13X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 29-9: Output circuit

Recommended input circuits

+5V

DS 8820A
STR
TIME
TER
OUT
+
I18X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 29-10: Recommended input circuits

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29.2 Line Driver DGV01.1 for Measuring Systems with Current


Signals
Terminal Diagram - Line driver DGV01.1

45

26

standard cable IKS


52

9 pin plug-in
connector

max. 30 m
Measuring system
e.g., LIF101, LS106,
LS406 from
Heidenhain
+Ie1
-Ie1

GN
YE

15 pin
D-SUB connector
INS 0439
(screw mounting)

INS 0400
Line
driver
DGV 1.1
1
2

1
2

X23
1
2

1
2

GN 0.25

mm2

BN 0.25

mm2

+Ie2

BK

BK 0.25 mm2

-Ie2

RD

RD 0.25 mm2

Ua1-

15

15

Ua2+
Ua2-

14

14

GY 0.25 mm2

Ua0+

-Ie0

PK

PK 0.25 mm2

Ua0-

13

13

WH
BN

WH 1 mm2

10

10

mm2

BN 1

1)

cable (2x1.0 + 4x2x0.25)C


type: INK 0280 2)
2)

Ua1+

GY

11Ass

1)

+Ie0

0
V
+5V

DLF01.1

max. 50 m

11

11

12

12

X23

0
V
+8V
shield

View onto
front panel

Inside shield on pin 9, outside on connector housing.


Color coding of INDRAMAT cable

A25X2X1P.fh5

Fig. 29-11: Terminal diagram - Line driver DGV01.1

Dimensional sheet - Line driver DGV01.1


295
80

(60)

175

1,5

35

65

(60)

X2

55

X1

(9)

200

(9)
M02X2X1P.fh5

218

Fig. 29-12: Dimensional sheet - Line driver DGV01.1

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Index
A

ANALOG interface 7-1

Gear Encoder Interface 27-1

Analog Signal Interface 23-1

Ground Reference 4-1

ARCNET Coupler Card 9-1


Areas of Use 1-1

High-Resolution Position Interface for


Sine Signals 20-1

CLC-D01.1A-FW 5-1

Humidity 2-1

CLC-D02.1A-FW 6-1
CLC-D02.3A-FW 6-1
Control Card 5-1

I
Input / output interface 13-1
INTERBUS-S interface module 10-1

INTERBUS-S Slave Module 12-1

DAA01.1 7-1
DAE01.1 8-1
DAK01.1A 9-1
DBS02.1-FW 10-1

L
Line driver 29-6
Low-voltage loops 4-1

DBS02.2-FW 11-1
DBS03.1-FW 12-1
DEA04.1, DEA05.1, DEA06.1 13-1

DEA04.2, DEA05.2, DEA06.2 14-1

Metal front plates 3-1

DEA28.1, DEA29.1, DEA30.1 15-1


DEF01.1 and DEF02.1 16-1

DFF01.1 17-1
DGA01.2 29-1

Optocoupler Interface 4-1

DGV01.1 29-6
DLC01.1 18-1

DLC02.1-FW 19-1

Plastic 3-1

DLF 01.1 20-1

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DPF02.1/03.1/04.1 21-1
DPF05.1-FW 22-1

Position Interface for Square-Wave


Signals 16-1

DRF01.1 23-1

Positioning Module 18-1

DSE01.1 24-1

Profibus Interface 21-1

DSS01.1 25-1
DSS01.3 26-1
DZF01.1 27-1
DZF02.1 28-1

S
SERCOS interface 25-1
Signal inputs 4-1
Signal outputs 4-1

Storage 2-1

Earth-Fault Monitoring 4-2


Encoder Branching 29-1
Encoder Interface 17-1

T
Temperature 2-1
Transport Conditions 2-1
Type code 3-2

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Germany
Sales region central

Sales region east

Sales region west

Sales region north

INDRAMAT GmbH
D-97816 Lohr am Main
Bgm.-Dr.-Nebel-Str. 2

INDRAMAT GmbH
D-09120 Chemnitz
Beckerstrae 31

INDRAMAT GmbH
D-40849 Ratingen
Hansastrae 25

INDRAMAT GmbH
D-22085 Hamburg
Fhrhausstrae 11

Telefon: 09352/40-0
Telefax: 09352/40-4885

Telefon: 0371/3555-0
Telefax: 0371/3555-230

Telefon: 02102/4318-0
Telefax: 02102/41315

Telefon: 040/227126-16
Telefax: 040/227126-15

Sales region south

Sales region southwest

INDRAMAT Service-Hotline

INDRAMAT GmbH
D-80339 Mnchen
Ridlerstrae 75

INDRAMAT GmbH
D-71229 Leonberg
Bblinger Strae 25

INDRAMAT GmbH
Telefon: D-0172/660 040 6

Telefon: 089/540138-30
Telefax: 089/540138-10

Telefon: 07152/972-6
Telefax: 07152/972-727

-orTelefon: D-0171/333 882 6

Customer Service locations in Germany

Europe
Austria

Austria

Belgium

Denmark

G.L.Rexroth Ges.m.b.H.
Geschftsbereich INDRAMAT
A-1140 Wien
Hgelingasse 3

G.L.Rexroth Ges.m.b.H.
Geschftsbereich INDRAMAT
A-4061 Pasching
Randlstrae 14

Mannesmann Rexroth N.V.-S.A.


Geschftsbereich INDRAMAT
B-1740 Ternat
Industrielaan 8

BEC Elektronik AS
DK-8900 Randers
Zinkvej 6

Telefon: 1/9852540-400
Telefax:1/9852540-93

Telefon: 07229/4401-36
Telefax: 07229/4401-80

Telefon: 02/5823180
Telefax: 02/5824310

England

Finnland

France

France

Mannesmann Rexroth Ltd.


INDRAMAT Division
Cirencester, Glos GL7 1YG
4 Esland Place, Love Lane

Rexroth Mecman OY
SF-01720 Vantaa
Riihimiehentie 3

Rexroth - Sigma S.A.


Division INDRAMAT
F-92632 Gennevilliers Cedex
Parc of the Barbanniers 4,
Place du Village

Rexroth - Sigma S.A.


Division INDRAMAT
F-69634 Venissieux - Cx
91, Bd 1 Joliot Curie

Telefon: 01285/658671
Telefax: 01285/654991

Telefon: 0/848511
Telefax: 0/846387

Telefon: 1/41475430
Telefax: 1/47946941

Telefon: 086/447866
Telefax: 086/447160

Telefon: 78785256
Telefax: 78785231

France

Italy

Italy

Netherlands

Rexroth - Sigma S.A.


Division INDRAMAT
F-31100 Toulouse
270, Avenue de lardenne

Rexroth S.p.A.
Divisione INDRAMAT
I-20063 Cernusco S/N.MI
Via G. Di Vittoria, 1

Rexroth S.p.A. Divisione


INDRAMAT
Via Borgomanero, 11
I-10145 Torino

Hydraudyne Hydrauliek B.V.


Kruisbroeksestraat 1a
P.O. Box 32
NL-5280 AA Boxtel

Telefon: 61499519
Telefax: 61310041

Telefon: 02/92365-270
Telefax: 02/92108069

Telefon: 011/7712230
Telefax: 011/7710190

Telefon: 04116/51951
Telefax: 04116/51483

Spain

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Rexroth S.A.
Centro Industrial Santiago
Obradors s/n
E-08130 Santa Perpetua de
Mogoda (Barcelona)

Goimendi S.A.
Divisin Indramat
Jolastokieta (Herrera)
Apartado 11 37
San Sebastion, 20017

AB Rexroth Mecman
INDRAMAT Division
Varuvgen 7
S-125 81 Stockholm

Rexroth SA
Dpartement INDRAMAT
Chemin de l`Ecole 6
CH-1036 Sullens

Telefon: 03/718 68 51
Telex: 591 81
Telefax: 03/718 98 62

Telefon: 043/40 01 63
Telex: 361 72
Telefax: 043/39 93 95

Telefon: 08/727 92 00
Telefax: 08/64 73 277

Telefon: 021/731 43 77
Telefax: 021/731 46 78

Switzerland

Russia

Rexroth AG
Geeschftsbereich INDRAMAT
Gewerbestrae 3
CH-8500 Frauenfeld

Tschudnenko E.B.
Arsenia 22
153000 Ivanovo
Ruland

Telefon: 052/720 21 00
Telefax: 052/720 21 11

Telefon: 093/22 39 633

European customer service locations without Germany

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Outside of Europe
Argentina

Argentina

Australia

Brazil

Mannesmann Rexroth S.A.I.C.


Division INDRAMAT
Acassusso 48 41/7
1605 Munro (Buenos Aires)
Argentina

Nakase
Asesoramiento Tecnico
Diaz Velez 2929
1636 Olivos
(Provincia de Buenos Aires)
Argentina
Argentina

Australian Industrial Machenery


Services Pty. Ltd.
Unit 3/45 Horne ST
Campbellfield VIC 2061
Australia

Mannesmann Rexroth Automao


Ltda.
Diviso INDRAMAT
Rua Georg Rexroth, 609
Vila Padre Anchieta
BR-09.951-250 Diadema-SP
Caixa Postal 377
BR-09.901-970 Diadema-SP

Telefon: 01/756 01 40
01/756 02 40
Telex: 262 66 rexro ar
Telefax: 01/756 01 36

Telefon: 03/93 59 0228


Telefax: 03/93 59 02886

Telefon 01/790 52 30

Telefon: 011/745 90 65
011/745 90 70
Telefax: 011/745 90 50

Canada

China

China

China

Basic Technologies Corporation


Burlington Division
3426 Mainway Drive
Burlington, Ontario
Canada L7M 1A8

Rexroth (China) Ldt.


Shanghai Office
Room 206
Shanghai Intern. Trade Centre
2200 Yanan Xi Lu
Shanghai 200335
P.R. China

Rexroth (China) Ldt.


Shanghai Parts & Service Centre
199 Wu Cao Road, Hua Cao
Minhang District
Shanghai 201 103
P.R. China

Rexroth (China) Ldt.


1430 China World Trade Centre
1, Jianguomenwai Avenue
Beijing 100004
P.R. China

Telefon: 905/335-55 11
Telefax: 905/335-41 84

Telefon: 021/627 55 333


Telefax: 021/627 55 666

Telefon: 021/622 00 058


Telefax: 021/622 00 068

Telefon: 010/50 50 380


Telefax: 010/50 50 379

China

Honkong

India

Japan

Rexroth (China) Ldt.


A-5F., 123 Lian Shan Street
Sha He Kou District
Dalian 116 023
P.R. China

Rexroth (China) Ldt.


19 Cheung Shun Street
1st Floor, Cheung Sha Wan,
Kowloon, Honkong

Mannesmann Rexroth (India) Ltd.


INDRAMAT Division
Plot. 96, Phase III
Peenya Industrial Area
Bangalore - 560058

Rexroth Co., Ltd.


INDRAMAT Division
I.R. Building
Nakamachidai 4-26-44
Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama 226
Japan

Telefon: 0411/46 78 930


Telefax: 0411/46 78 932

Telefon: 741 13 51/-54 and


741 14 30
Telex: 3346 17 GL REX HX
Telefax: 786 40 19
786 07 33

Telefon: 80/839 21 01
80/839 73 74
Telex: 845 5028 RexB
Telefax: 80/839 43 45

Telefon: 045/942-72 10
Telefax: 045/942-03 41

Korea

Korea

Mexico

Rexroth-Seki Co Ltd.
1500-12 Da-Dae-Dong
Saha-Gu, Pusan, 604-050

Seo Chang Corporation Ltd.


Room 903, Jeail Building
44-35 Yoido-Dong
Youngdeungpo-Ku
Seoul, Korea

Motorizacin y
Diseo de Controles, S.A. de C.V.
Av. Dr. Gustavo Baz No. 288
Col. Parque Industrial la Ioma
Apartado Postal No. 318
54060 Tlalnepantla
Estado de Mexico

Telefon: 051/264 90 01
Telefax: 051/264 90 10

Telefon: 02/780-82 07 ~9
Telefax: 02/784-54 08

Telefon: 5/397 86 44
Telefax: 5/398 98 88
USA

USA

Rexroth Corporation
INDRAMAT Division
5150 Prairie Stone Parkway
Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60192

Rexroth Corporation
INDRAMAT Division
2110 Austin Avenue
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309

Telefon: 847/645-36 00
Telefax: 857/645-62 01

Telefon: 810/853-82 90
Telefax: 810/853-82 90

Customer service locations outside of Europe

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