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6SN1145-1BA02-0CA1: Emergency Stop Procedures

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For all SIMODRIVE devices the basic principle of the safety–related circuit is the same. However, the different devices can have different terminal designations. The following circuit examples can be used, in an adapted form, for all SIMODRIVE infeeds and drives, including the 6SN1145-1BA02-0CA1. The specifications to prove the Performance Level can be kept. For reasons of transparency, in the following examples, only the safety–related terminals are connected. To move the drives, all of the necessary enable terminals must be supplied. In the following examples, power contactors with mirror contacts as well as contactor relays with positively–driven contacts are used. For reasons of simplicity, the mirror contacts of the power contactors are designated as standard as positively–driven contacts.

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140CPS11420 Manual Anthologies

140CPS11420: Manual Anthologies

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There exists some important design differences between various models of Quantum power supplies that require careful consideration by the system designer in order to achieve maximum system performance. The principal difference lies in the generation within the power supply of important backplane signals related to the health of the power supply and the status of the input power. All Quantum power supplies include on-board early power fail detection logic which is used to signal all other modules on the backplane that input power has failed. This signal is called POK (power OK) and is active high (i.e., when the signal is high, power is OK). There is both an internal (to the power supply) and an external (as seen by the backplane and all other modules) version of the POK signal. The internal POK signal is represented by the Pwr ok LED (light emitting diode) on the front panel of all power supplies. The system POK signal is generated so that there is sufficient time between the negative going edge of system POK (power has failed) and the actual interruption of power to the backplane. This early warning of power failure is necessary for the Quantum executive to perform an orderly system shutdown.

The 140CPS11420 is a Summable Power Supply. A summable power supply may be used as a standalone power supply without reservation in any Quantum system.

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6SN1145-1BA01-0BA1: Manual Anthologies

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A SIMODRIVE drive group has a modular configuration comprising line filter, commutating reactor, line supply infeed module, drive modules as well as, when required: monitoring, pulsed resistor and capacitor module(s). Satisfactory operation is ensured only in conjunction with the components that are described in this Configuration Manual or published in the Catalog NC60 (Internet Mall) and with adherence to the required boundary/application conditions. Failure to observe this along with improper use and application conditions can void your certifications, conformity declarations or warranty claims. In order to avoid contamination, the modules should be installed in a control cabinet with degree of protection IP 54. Modules can also be arranged in several tiers one above the other or next to one another.

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UNI1403 Manual Anthologies

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This blog post will outline how Unidrive UNI1403 module in servo mode may be used in the following system configurations:

a) As a stand alone servo drive, possibly as part of a motion system using analog reference for velocity or torque control. An Axima multi axis position controller is a good example of this type of application.

b) With a UD7x co processor large option module.

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