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3 Introduction Introduction Hello. Thank you for choosing the LS Mecapion L7N Series AC Servo. This user manual describes how to use this product safely and efficiently. Failure to comply with the guidelines outlined in this manual may cause personal injury or damage to the product. Be sure to read this manual carefully before using this product and follow all guidelines contained therein. The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. The reproduction of part or all of the contents of this manual in any form, by any means or for any purpose is strictly prohibited without the explicit written consent of LS Mecapion. LS Mecapion retains all patents, trademarks, copyrights and other intellectual property rights to the material in this manual. The information contained in this manual is only intended for use with LS Mecapion products. EtherCAT is registered trademark and patented technology, licensed by Beckhoff Automation Gmbh, Germany. iii

4 Safety Precautions Safety Precautions Safety precautions are categorized as either Warnings or Cautions, depending on the severity of the precaution. Precautions Warnings Caution Definition Failure to comply with these guidelines may cause serious injury or death. Failure to comply with these guidelines may cause personal injury or property damage. Precautions listed as Cautions may also result in serious injury. Electric Safety Precautions Warning Before wiring or inspecting the device, turn off the power, wait 15 minutes, ensure that the charge lamp is off, and then check the voltage. Ground both the servo drive and the servo motor. Only specially trained technicians may perform wiring on this product. Install both the servo drive and servo motor before performing any wiring. Do not operate the device with wet hands. Do not open the servo drive cover during operation. Do not operate the device with the servo drive cover removed. Even if the power is off, do not remove the servo drive cover. Fire Safety Precautions Caution Install the servo drive, the servo motor, and the regenerative resistor on non-combustible materials. Disconnect the input power if the servo drive malfunctions. iv

5 Safety Precautions Installation Precautions Store and operate this product under the following environmental conditions. Environment The Servo Drive Conditions Operating temp. ~ 5 ~ 4 Storage temp. -2 ~ 65-2 ~ 6 Operating humidity Storage humidity Altitude Spacing Other variables Below 9% RH (no condensation) 1m or less When installing 1 unit: More than 4 mm at the top and bottom of the control panel More than 1 mm on the left and right sides of the control panel When installing 2 or more units: More than 1 mm at the top of the control panel More than 4 mm at the bottom of the control panel More than 3 mm on the left and right sides of the control panel More than 2 mm between units Refer to Section 2.2.2, "Wiring the Control Panel." The Servo Motor Below 8% RH Below 9% RH Ensure the installation location is free from dust, iron, corrosive gas, and combustible gas. Ensure the installation location is free from vibrations or the potential for hard impacts. Caution Install the product with the correct orientation. Do not drop the product or expose it to hard impact. Install this product in a location that is free from water, corrosive gas, combustible gas, or flammable materials. Install this product in a location capable of supporting the weight of this product. Do not stand on the product or place heavy objects on top of it. Always maintain the specified spacing when installing the servo drive. Ensure that there are no conductive or flammable debris inside the servo drive or the servo motor. Firmly attach the servo motor to the machine. Install the servo motor with a correctly oriented decelerator. Do not touch the rotating unit of the servo motor during operation. Do not apply excessive force when connecting the couplings to the servo motor shaft. Do not place loads on the servo motor shaft that exceed the specified amount. v

6 Safety Precautions Wiring Precautions Caution Always use an AC 2-23 V power input for the servo drive. Always connect the servo drive to a ground terminal. Do not connect commercial power directly to the servo motor. Do not connect commercial power directly to the U, V, W output terminals of the servo drive. Connect the U, V, W output terminals of the servo drive directly to the U, V, W input terminals of the servo motor, but do not install magnetic contactors between the wires. Always use pressurized terminals with insulation tubes when connecting the servo drive power terminal. Always separate the U, V, and W cables for the servo motor power and encoder cable during wiring. Always use the robot cable if the motor moves. Before performing power line wiring, turn off the input power to the servo drive, and then wait until the CHARGE lamp turns off. Startup Precautions Caution Check the input voltage (AC 2-23 V) and power unit wiring before supplying power to the device. The servo must be off before you turn on the power. Handling and Operating Precautions Caution Check and adjust each parameter before operation. Do not touch the rotating unit of the motor during operation. Do not touch the heat sink during operation. Usage Precautions Caution Install an emergency cut-off switch which immediately stops operation in an emergency. Reset the alarm when the servo is off. The system immediately restarts if the alarm is reset while the servo is ON. Use a noise filter or DC reactor to minimize electromagnetic interference. This prevents nearby electrical devices from malfunctioning due to interference. Only use approved servo drive and servo motor combinations. The electric brake on the servo motor stops operation. Do not use it for ordinary braking. The electric brake may malfunction if the brake degrades or if the mechanical structure is improper (for example, if the ball screw and servo motor are combined via the timing belt). Install an emergency stop device to ensure mechanical safety. vi

7 Safety Precautions Malfunction Precautions Caution Install a servo motor with an electric brake or separate the brake system for use during emergencies or device malfunctions. If an alarm occurs, solve the underlying cause of the problem. After solving the problem and ensuring safe operation, deactivate the alarm and resume operation. Do not approach the machine until the problem is solved. Repair/Inspection Precautions Caution Before wiring or inspecting the device, turn off the power, wait 15 minutes, ensure that the CHARGE lamp is off, and then check the voltage. Enough voltage may remain in the condenser after the power is off to cause an electric shock. Only authorized personnel may repair and inspect the device or replace its parts. Do not modify this device in any way. General Precautions Caution This user manual is subject to change due to product modification or changes in standards. If such changes occur, we issue a new user manual with a new product number. Product Application Caution This product is not designed or manufactured for machines or systems intended to sustain human life. This product is manufactured under strict quality control conditions. Nevertheless, install safety devices if installing the device in a facility where product malfunctions may result in a major accident or a significant loss. EEPROM Lifespan Caution The EEPROM is rewritable up to 1 million times for the purpose of recording parameter settings and other information. The servo drive may malfunction if the total number of the following tasks exceeds 1 million, depending on the lifespan of the EEPROM. EEPROM recording as a result of parameter changes EEPROM recording as a result of an alarm vii

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9 Table of Contents Table of Contents 1. Product Configuration Product Verification Parts Servo Motor Parts Servo Drive Parts Connector Diagram Installation The Servo Motor Operating Environment Preventing Impact Motor Connection The Load Device Connection Cable Installation The Servo Drive Operating Environment Wiring the Control Panel Power Supply Wiring Wiring Internal Diagram L7N Drive Block Diagram [L7NA1B - L7NA4B] L7N Drive Block Diagram [L7NA8B - L7NA35B] Power Supply Wiring L7N Drive Wiring Diagram [L7NA1B - L7NA35B] Power Circuit Electrical Components Timing Diagram Timing Diagram During Power Input Timing Diagram During an Alarm Trigger Wiring the Control Signals The Contact Input Signal The Contact Output Signal Connecting the Serial Encoder Signals (CN2) APCS-E CS Cable APCS-E DS Cable APCS-E ES Cable Connecting the Input/Output Signals The s and Functions of the Input Signals (CN1) The s and Functions of the Output Signals (CN1) Layout of the Input/Output Signal Connectors The s and Functions of Safety Function Signals (CN6) The Connector Layout of Safety Function Signals (CN6) EtherCAT Connection Example Example Connection ix

10 Table of Contents EtherCAT Connectors and the Pin Map EtherCAT Communication The Structure of CANopen over EtherCAT The EtherCAT State Machine LED State Synchronization Using the DC (Distributed Clock) Emergency Messages CiA42 Drive Profile The State Machine Operation Modes Position Control Modes Profile Position Mode Interpolated Position Mode Cyclic Synchronous Position Mode Homing Velocity Control Mode Profile Velocity Mode Cyclic Synchronous Velocity Mode Torque Control Modes Profile Torque Mode Cyclic Synchronous Torque Mode The Torque Limit Function Digital Input/Output Touch Probe Function L7 Drive Setup System Parameters Configuring Control Parameters The Inertia Ratio [x21] The Position Control Gain The Speed Control Gain The Torque Command Filter Time Constant Time [x21c] Gain 1 Gain 2 Transfer Mode [x21d] Gain 1 Gain 2 Transfer Time [x21e] P/PI Transfer Mode [x21d] Resonance Avoidance Operations [x21f], [x211], [x2111] the Input/Output Contact Point Parameters Speed Operation Parameters Acceleration/Deceleration Time The S-Curve Operation [x234] The Manual JOG Operation Speed [x235] Position Operation Parameters x

11 Table of Contents Backlash Compensation [x243] Parameters for L7N Built-in Functions Checking/Deleting the Alarm History [x27] Auto Gain Tuning [x271] Absolute Encoder Reset [x272] Object Dictionary The Object Dictionary List General Objects x1, Device x11, Error Register x18, Manufacturer Device x19, Hardware Version x1a, Software Version x11, Store Parameters x111, Restore Default Parameters x118, Identity Object Objects x16 to x163, Receive x1a to x1a3, Transmit Sync Manager Communication Objects x1c, Sync Manager Communication x1c1 to x1c13, Sync Manager Assignment x1c32, Sync Manager 2 Synchronization x1c33, Sync Manager 3 Synchronization Manufacturer Specific Objects x2, Motor ID x21, Encoder x22, Encoder Resolution x23, Power Fail Mode x24, RST Power Fail Check Time x25, 7SEG Display Object x26, Regenerative Resistor De-rating Factor x27, Regenerative Resistor Value x28, Regenerative Resistor Capacity x29, Overload Check Base x2a, Overload Warning Level x2b, PWM Off Delay x2c, Dynamic Brake Control Mode x2d, Basic Function Configuration x2e, Position Scale Numerator x2f, Position Scale Denominator x21, Velocity Scale Numerator x211, Velocity Scale Denominator x212, Acceleration Scale Numerator x213, Acceleration Scale Denominator x21, Inertia Ratio x211, Position P Gain x212, Position P Gain xi

12 Table of Contents x213, The Position Command Filter Time Constant x214, Position Feed-forward Gain x215, The Position Feed-forward Filter Time Constant x216, Speed P Gain x217, Speed P Gain x218, Speed Integral Time Constant 1 (Speed I Gain 1 Time Constant) x219, Speed Integral Time Constant 2 (Speed I Gain 2 Time Constant) x21a, The Speed Command Filter Time Constant x21b, The Speed Feedback Filter Time Constant x21c, The Torque Command Filter Time Constant x21d, Conversion Mode x21e, The Gain Conversion Time x21f, The Resonance Avoidance Operation (Notch Filter Use) x211, The Resonance Avoidance Frequency (Notch Filter Frequency) x2111, The Resonance Avoidance (Notch Filter Bandwidth) x2112, The Velocity Limit Switch x2113, The Velocity Limit Value x2114, P Control Conversion Torque (Torque Switch Value) x2115, The P Control Conversion Speed (Speed Switch Value) x2116, P Control Conversion Acceleration (Acceleration Switch Value) x2117, P Control Conversion Position Error (Following Error Switch Value) x22, Input Port Define x221, Input Port Define x222, Output Port Define x223, Output Port Define x224, The Input Port Logic Set x225, The Output Port Logic Set x226, The Zero Speed x227, The Break Output Speed x228, The Break Output Delay Time x23, The (Z-phase) Pulse Detection Operation Speed ( Pulse Search Speed) x231, The Speed Command Acceleration Time x232, The Speed Command Deceleration Time x233, The Speed Command S-curve Time x234, The Speed Operation Pattern (Acceleration Pattern) x235, The Manual JOG Operation Speed (JOG Speed) x236, JOG Operation Speed 1 (Program JOG Speed 1) x237, JOG Operation Speed 2 (Program JOG Speed 2) x238, JOG Operation Speed 3 (Program JOG Speed 3) x239, JOG Operation Speed 4 (Program JOG Speed 4) x23a, JOG Operation Time 1 (Program JOG Time 1) x23b, JOG Operation Time 2 (Program JOG Time 2) x23c, JOG Operation Time 3 (Program JOG Time 3) x23d, JOG Operation Time 4 (Program JOG Time 4) x24, Electric Gear Ratio Mode (Electric Gear Mode) x241, The Electric Gear Numerator Offset x242, The Position Limit Function x243, Backlash Compensation x26, The Current Speed (RPM) x261, The Command Speed (RPM) x262, The Tracking Position Pulse (Feedback Pulse) xii

13 Table of Contents x263, The Position Command Pulse x264, The Remaining Position Pulse (Following Error) x265, The Input Command Frequency x266, Current Operation Torque x267, Current Command Torque x268, Accumulated Overload x269, The Maximum Instantaneous Load x26a, The Torque Limit x26b, The DC-Link Voltage x26c, Regenerative Overload x26d, The Single-turn (Pulse) Display (Single-turn ) x26e, The Single-turn (Degree) Display (Single-turn (deg)) x261, The Room Temperature Display x2611, The Motor Rated Speed Display x2612, The Motor Maximum Speed Display x2613, The Motor Rated Current Display x2614, The U Phase Current Offset Display x2615, The V Phase Current Offset Display x2616, The FPGA Version Display x27, Read/Clear the Alarm History x271, Auto Gain Tuning (Auto-tuning) CiA42 Objects x63f, Error Code x64, Controlword Details on Bits to Details on Bits 4 to x641, Statusword x65a, The Quick Stop Option Code x65b, The Shutdown Option Code x65c, The Disable Operation Option Code x65d, The Halt Option Code x65e, The Fault Reaction Option Code x66, Modes of Operation x661, The Modes of Operation Display x662, The Position Demand Value x663, The Position Actual Internal Value x664, The Position Actual Value x665, The Position Error (Following Error Window) x666, Position Error Timeout (Following Error Time Out) x667, The Position Reached (Position Window) x668, The Position Reached Time (Position Window Time) x66b, The Velocity Demand Value x66c, The Actual Velocity Value x66d, The Velocity Reached (Velocity Window) x66e, The Velocity Window Time x671, The Target Torque x672, Maximum Torque x674, The Torque Demand Value x676, The Motor Rated Torque x677, The Torque Actual Value xiii

14 Table of Contents x67a, The Target Position x67c, The Home Offset x67d, The Software Position Limit x67f, Maximum Profile Velocity x681, The Profile Velocity x683, Profile Acceleration x684, Profile Deceleration x685, Quick Stop Deceleration x687, The Torque Slope x698, The Homing Method x699, Homing Speeds x69a, Homing Acceleration x6b1, The Velocity Offset x6b2, The Torque Offset x6b8, The Touch Probe Function x6b9, The Touch Probe Status x6ba, The Touch Probe 1 Positive Edge Position Value x6bb, The Touch Probe 1 Negative Edge Position Value x6bc, The Touch Probe 2 Positive Edge Position Value x6bd, The Touch Probe 2 Negative Edge Position Value x6c1, The Interpolation Record x6c2, The Interpolation Time Period x6e, The Positive Torque Limit Value x6e1, The Negative Torque Limit Value x6f4, The Following Error Actual Value x6fc, The Position Demand Internal Value x6fd, The Digital Input x6fe, The Digital Output x6ff, The Target Velocity x652, Supported Drive Modes Handling and Operation Operation Checklist Wiring Checklist the Drive Signal (CN1) Wiring Checklist Surrounding Environment Checklist Machine Status Checklist Product Specifications The Servo Motor Product Features Outline Diagram The Servo Drive Product Features Outline Diagram Options and Peripheral Devices Maintenance and Inspection Maintenance and Inspection Precautions xiv

15 Table of Contents What to Inspect Replacing Parts Diagnosing and Troubleshooting Abnormalities The Servo Motor The Servo Drive Appendix Motor s and IDs Test Drive Procedure xv

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17 1. Product Configuration 1. Product Configuration 1.1 Product Verification 1. Check the name tag to verify that the product received matches the model ordered Does the servo drive's name plate match? Does the servo motor's name plate match? 2. Check the product components and options. Are the type and length of cables correct? Does the regenerative resistor conform to the required standard? Is the shape of the shaft correct? Are there any abnormalities after mounting the oil seal or brake? Are the gearbox and the gear ratios correct? Is the encoder format correct? 3. Check the exterior of the device. Are there any foreign substances or humidity in the device? Is there any discoloration, contaminant, damage or disconnected wire? Are the bolts tightly fastened to the joints? Is there any abnormal sound or excessive friction during operation? The Servo Drive Product Format L7 N A 4 B AA Series Communication Input Voltage Capacity Encoder Option The Servo Series S: Standard I/O type N : Network type A : 22 Vac B: 4 Vac 1 : 1 W 2 : 2 W 4 : 4 W 8 : 75 W 1 : 1. kw 2 : 2. kw 35 : 3.5 kw 5 : 5. kw 15 : 15. kw B: Serial (communication type) (Blank) Standard product (Marking) Exclusive Option 1-1

18 1. Product Configuration Servo Motor Product Format APM S B 4 A N K 1 G1 3 Servo Motor Motor Capacity R3: 3 W R5: 5 W 1: 1 W 2: 2 W 3: 3 W Encoder Quadrature (pulse type) A: Inc. 124 P/R B: Inc. 2 P/R C: Inc. 248 P/R Gearbox classification 3 : 1/3 1 : 1/1.. Motor Shape S: Real Axis H: Hollow Shaft B: Assembly 4: 4 W 7: 7 W 1: 1. kw 15: 1.5 kw 2: 2. kw 35: 3.5 kw D: Inc. 25 P/R E: Inc. 3 P/R F: Inc. 5 P/R G: Inc. 6 P/R Serial BiSS (communication type) N: 19-bit S-Turn Abs. M: 19-bit M-Turn Abs. Gearbox Specifications Non-existent: No gearbox G1: For general industrial purposes (Floor Mounted) G2: For general industrial purposes Flange Mounted) G3: Precise Gearbox Flange Size A: 4 Flange Shaft Cross-section N: Straight B: 6 Flange C: 8 Flange D: 1 Flange E: 13 Flange F: 18 Flange G: 22 Flange Rated RPM A: 3 RPM D: 2 RPM G: 15 RPM M: 1 RPM K: One-sided round key (standard) C: C Cut D: D Cut T: Tapering R: Double-sided round key Oil Seal and Brake Non-existent: None included 1: Oil Seal attached 2: Brake attached 3: Oil Seal and Brake attached H: Hollow Shaft 1-2

19 1. Product Configuration 1.2 Parts Servo Motor Parts 8 Flange or below Motor Connector Motor Power Cable Encoder Connector Encoder Cable Shaft Bearing Cap Flange Frame Housing Encoder Cover 8 Flange or below(flat ) Power Connector Encoder Connector Shaft 13 Flange or higher Flange Frame Mold Housing Encoder Cover Motor Connector Encoder Connector Shaft Encoder Cover Bearing Cap Flange Frame Housing 1-3

20 1. Product Configuration Servo Drive Parts L7NA1B, L7NA2B, L7NA4B Operation keys These allow you to check parameters. CHARGE lamp This turns on when the main circuit power is on. It remains turned on as long as an electric charge is in the L7N condenser, even after the main circuit power is turned off. Do not touch the power terminal while turning it on. Doing so may result in an electric shock. Main power connectors (L1, L2, and L3) These terminals connect to the main circuit power input. DC reactor connectors These terminals connect to the DC reactor to suppress highfrequency power. (PO and PI) Short circuit these when not in use. Display This displays numerical s, such as the L7N state and alarm number. State LEDs These LED indicate the current EtherCAT state. USB communication port (CN5) This port communicates with a personal computer. EtherCAT communication port (input, CN4) (EtherCAT IN, CN4) EtherCAT communication port (output, CN3) (EtherCAT OUT, CN3) Regenerative resistance connectors (B+, B, and BI) These terminals connect to the external regenerative resistor. - Short B and BI for basic installations. - If you are using an external resistor, connect it to the B+ and B terminals. Control power terminals (C1 and C2) These terminals are for the control power input. Safety connector (CN6) This connector connects safety devices. Note) If you are not using any safety devices, be sure to install the safety jump connector on the L7N. Input/output signal connector (CN1) This connector is for sequence input/output signals. Servo motor connecting terminals (U, V, and W) These terminals connect to the main circuit cable (power cable) of the servo motor. Encoder connector (CN2) This connects to the encoder installed on the servo motor. Ground terminal The ground terminal prevents electric shock. Be sure to connect a grounding line to this terminal. 1-4

21 1. Product Configuration L7NA8B,L7NA1B Operation keys These allow you to check parameters. CHARGE lamp This turns on when the main circuit power is on. It remains turned on as long as an electric charge is in the L7N condenser, even after the main circuit power is turned off. Do not touch the power terminal while turning it on. Doing so may result in an electric shock. Main power connectors (L1, L2, and L3) These terminals connect to the main circuit power input. DC reactor connector (PO and PI) These terminals connect to the DC reactor to suppress high-frequency power. (PO and PI) Short circuit these when not in use. Regenerative resistance connectors (B+, B, and BI) These terminals connect to the external regenerative resistor. - Short B and BI for basic installations. - If you are using an external resistor, connect it to the B+ and B terminals. Control power terminals (C1 and C2) These terminals are for the control power input. Display This displays numerical s, such as the L7N state and alarm number. State LEDs These LED indicate the current EtherCAT state. USB communication port (CN5) This port communicates with a personal computer. EtherCAT communication port (input, CN4) (EtherCAT IN, CN4) EtherCAT communication port (output, CN3) (EtherCAT OUT, CN3) Safety connector (CN6) This connector connects safety devices. Note) If you are not using any safety devices, be sure to install the safety jump connector on the L7N. Input/output signal connector (CN1) This connector is for sequence input/output signals. Servo motor connecting terminals (U, V, and W) These terminals connect to the main circuit cable (power cable) of the servo motor. Encoder connector (CN2) This connects to the encoder installed on the servo motor. Ground terminal The ground terminal prevents electric shock. Be sure to connect a grounding line to this terminal. 1-5

22 1. Product Configuration L7NA2B,L7NA35B Operation keys These allow you to check parameters. CHARGE lamp This turns on when the main circuit power is on. It remains turned on as long as an electric charge is in the L7N condenser, even after the main circuit power is turned off. Do not touch the power terminal while turning it on. Doing so may result in an electric shock. Main power connectors (L1, L2, and L3) These terminals connect to the main circuit power input. Display This displays numerical s, such as the L7N state and alarm number. State LEDs These LED indicate the current EtherCAT state. USB communication port (CN5) This port communicates with a personal computer. EtherCAT communication port (input, (EtherCAT CN4) IN, CN4) DC reactor connectors These terminals connect to the DC reactor to suppress high-frequency power. (PO and PI) Short circuit these when not in use. Regenerative resistance connectors (B+, B, and BI) These terminals connect to the external regenerative resistor. - Short B and BI for basic installations. - If you are using an external resistor, connect it to the B+ and B terminals. Control power terminals (C1 and C2) These terminals are for the control power input. Servo motor connecting terminals (U, V, and W) These terminals connect to the main circuit cable (power cable) of the servo motor. Ground terminal The ground terminal prevents electric shock. Be sure to connect a grounding line to this terminal. EtherCAT communication port (output, CN3) (EtherCAT OUT, CN3) Safety connector (CN6) This connector connects safety devices. Note) If you are not using any safety devices, be sure to install the safety jump connector on the L7N. Input/output signal connector (CN1) This connector is for sequence input/output signals. Encoder connector (CN2) This connects to the encoder installed on the servo motor. 1-6

23 1. Product Configuration 1.3 Connector Diagram DC 24V Digital input +24V IN 6 3.3kΩ Note 1) (DO1) 3 4 ALARM+ ALARM- Digital output Note 1) PCON 13 (DI1) (DO2) 17 READY+ GAIN2 14 (DI2) 18 READY- A-RST 12 HOME 11 P-OT 8 N-OT 7 PROBE1 9 (DI3) (DI4) (DI5) (DI6) (DI7) (DO3) (DO4) ZSPD+ ZSPD- BRAKE+ BRAKE- PROBE2 1 Note 3) (DI8) Note 2) ** ** ** INPOS INSPD WARN CN1 CN6 Digital input HWBB1+ Note 1) 3 3.3kΩ (DO1) 7 EDM+ Digital output HWBB1-4 HWBB2+ 5 (DI1) 3.3kΩ 8 EDM- HWBB2-6 (DI2) Note 1) The input signals (DI - DIA) and output signals (DO1 - DO5) are the factory default signals. Note 2) ** You can change the allocations for unallocated signals with the parameter settings. Refer to sections 4.1.5, "External Input Signals and Logic Definitions," and 4.1.7, "External Output Signals and Logic Definitions," for more information. Note 3) PROBE1 and PROBE2 are always allocated, and they operate input signals regardless of the input signal allocation. 1-7

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25 2. Installation 2. Installation 2.1 The Servo Motor Operating Environment Item Requirements Notes Ambient temperature Ambient humidity External vibration 4[ ] Consult with our technical support team to customize the product if temperatures in the installation environment are outside this range. 8% RH or lower Do not operate this device in an environment with steam. Vibration acceleration 19.6 m s2 or below on both the X and Y axis. Excessive vibrations reduce the lifespan of the bearings Preventing Impact Impact to the motor during installation or handling may damage the encoder Motor Connection The motor might burn out if it is connected directly to commercial power. Always connect the motor via the specified drive. Connect the ground terminals of the motor to either of the two ground terminals inside the drive, and attach the remaining terminal to the type-3 ground. U U V - V W W - F.G Connect the U, V, and W terminals of the motor in the same way as the U, V, and W terminals of the drive. Ensure that the pins on the motor connector are securely attached. In order to protect against moisture or condensation in the motor, make sure that insulation resistance is 1 MΩ (5 V) or higher before installation. 2-1

26 2. Installation The Load Device Connection For coupling connections: Ensure that the motor shaft and load shaft are aligned within the tolerance range. Load shaft.3 mm or below (peak to peak) Motor shaft.3 mm or below (peak to peak) For pulley connections: Flange Lateral Load Axial Load N kgf N kgf Lateral load Notes Nr: 3 mm or below Axial load Cable Installation For vertical installations, make sure that no oil or water flows into the connecting parts. Do not apply pressure to or damage the cables. Use robot cables to prevent swaying when the motor moves. 2-2

27 2. Installation 2.2 The Servo Drive Operating Environment Item Requirements Notes Ambient temperature 5[ ] Caution Install a cooling fan on the control panel to maintain an appropriate temperature. Ambient humidity External vibration Ambient conditions 9% RH or lower Vibration acceleration 4.9 m s2 or lower Caution Condensation or moisture may develop inside the drive during prolonged periods of inactivity and damage it. Remove all moisture before operating the drive after a prolonged period of inactivity. Excessive vibration reduces the lifespan of the machine and may cause malfunctions. Do not expose the device to direct sunlight. Do not expose the device to corrosive or combustible gases. Do not expose the device to oil or dust. Ensure that the device receives sufficient ventilation. 2-3

28 2. Installation Wiring the Control Panel Comply with the spacing specified in the following figures when installing the control panel. More than 4 mm More than 1 mm More than 1 mm More than 1 mm More than 1 mm More than 1 mm More than 4 mm More than 4 mm More than 2 mm Caution Ensure that during installation the heat from the external regenerative resistor does not affect the drive. Ensure that the servo drive control panel is flat against the wall during installation. Ensure that the metal powder from drilling does not enter the drive when assembling the control panel. Ensure that oil, water, and metal dust do not enter the drive through gaps in the casing. Protect the control panel by spraying compressed air in areas which accumulate harmful gases or dust. 2-4

29 2. Installation Power Supply Wiring Ensure that the input power voltage is within the acceptable range. Overvoltages can damage the drive. Caution Connecting commercial power to the U, V and W terminals of the drive may damage the drive. Always supply power via the L1, L2 and L3 terminals. Connect short-circuit pins to the B and BI terminals. For external regenerative resistors, remove the short-circuit pins and use standard resistors for the B+ and B terminals. Model Resistance Value Standard Capacity * Notes L7NA1B L7NA2B L7NA4B L7NA8B L7NA1B L7NA2B L7NA35B 1 Ω Built-in 5 W 4 Ω Built-in 1 W 13 Ω Built-in 15 W Caution For information about resistance during regenerative capacity expansion, refer to Section 9.3, "Optional and Peripheral Devices. Configure the system so that the main power (L1, L2, L3) is supplied after the control power (C1, C2). (Refer to Chapter 3, "Wiring. ) High voltages may remain in the device for sometime even after the main power is disconnected. Warning After disconnecting the main power, ensure that the charge lamp is off before you start wiring. Failure to do so may result in electric shock. Always ground the device over the shortest possible distance. Long ground wires are susceptible to noise which may cause the device to malfunction. 2-5

30 2. Installation 2-6

31 3. Wiring 3. Wiring 3.1 Internal Diagram L7N Drive Block Diagram [L7NA1B - L7NA4B] Note 1) Note 2) If using a DC reactor, connect the PO and PI pins. If using an external regenerative resistor, remove the B and BI short-circuit pins and connect the B+ and B pins. 3-1

32 3. Wiring L7N Drive Block Diagram [L7NA8B - L7NA35B] Note 1) Note 2) Note 3) If using a DC reactor, connect the PO and PI pins. If using an external regenerative resistor, remove the B and BI short-circuit pins and connect the B+ and B pins. The L7NA8B ~ L7NA35B models are cooled by a DC 24V cooling fan. 3-2

33 3. Wiring 3.2 Power Supply Wiring L7N Drive Wiring Diagram [L7NA1B - L7NA35B] Note 1) Note 2) Note 3) It takes approximately one to two seconds to output an alarm signal after turning on the main power. Accordingly, press and hold the main power ON switch for at least two seconds. Check the B and BI short-circuit terminals and the L7NA1B-L7NA4B (5 W, 1 Ω), L7NA8B ~ L7NA1B (1 W, 4 Ω), and L7NA2B ~ L7NA35B (15 W, 13 Ω) regenerative resistors before use. If the regenerative capacity is high because of frequent acceleration and deceleration, open the short-circuit pins (B, BI) and connect an external regenerative resistor to B and B+. Remove approximately 7-1 mm of the sheathing from the cables for the main circuit power and attach crimp terminals. (Refer to Section 3.2.2, "Power Circuit Electrical Components. ) Note 4) Press the button on the L7NA1B-L7NA1B drive terminal to attach or remove wires to the main circuit power unit. For the L7NA2B ~ L7NA35B drive, use a (-) flathead screwdriver to attach or remove the wires. 3-3

34 3. Wiring Power Circuit Electrical Components L7NA1B L7NA2B L7NA4B L7NA8B L7NA1B L7NA2B L7NA35B MCCB ABS33bM (8 A) 12 A 24 A Noise Filter (NF) RFY-41M 42M 43M DC reactor HFN-6 (6 A) HFN-1 (1 A) HFN-3 (3 A) MC GMC-9 (11 A) GMC-18 (18 A) GMC-4 (35 A) Wire AWG 16 (1.25 SQ) AWG 14 (2. SQ) AWG 12 (4. SQ) Crimp terminal UA-F151, SEOIL (1 mm Strip & Twist) UA-F21, SEOIL (1 mm Strip & Twist) UA-F41, SEOIL (1 mm Strip & Twist) Regenerative resistor (Default) 5 W 1 Ω 1 W 4 Ω 15 W 13 Ω 3-4

35 3. Wiring 3.3 Timing Diagram Timing Diagram During Power Input For the L7N Series, connect single-phase power to the C1 and C2 terminals to supply power to the control circuit, and three-phase power to L1, L2, and L3 to supply power to the main circuit. The servo signal becomes Ready after the maximum period of 12 ms that is required to reset the device elapses. If you change the signal to ON, the servo starts operation in 4 ms. Main power, control power 2 ms supply Control power established 5 V 15 ms 5 ms Control program reset 12 ms Main power 1 ms established Alarm (Normally On) Servo Ready 1 ms Servo On Clear the DB 5 ms PWM output (motor rotation) 4 ms 2 ms Note 1) Note 2) The Servo Ready turns on after the main power is established and the control program is reset. Servo On begins after the Servo Ready is on and the EtherCAT communication and the servo are synchronized. 3-5

36 3. Wiring Timing Diagram During an Alarm Trigger When an alarm is triggered in the servo drive, it blocks the PWM and stops the motor. Caution Reset the alarm after solving the problem that triggered the alarm and after changing the command signal (Servo On) to Off. Main power, control power supply 2 ms Control power established 5 V 15 ms Control program reset Main power established Alarm (Normally On) Alarm triggered by an anomaly Remove the causes that triggered the alarm Servo RDY 1 ms Servo On Clear the DB 5 ms PWM (Motor rotation) 4 ms 2 ms 3 ms RESET 3-6

37 3. Wiring 3.4 Wiring the Control Signals The Contact Input Signal Caution 1. There are two input contacts based on the characteristics of the A and B contact signals. Configure them in accordance with the input signal logic definition (x224). 2. Change the signal definition for each contact in accordance with the input signal definition (x22, x221). DC 24V R1 R2 Internal circuit COM R1: 3.3 KΩ, R2: 68 Ω The Contact Output Signal Caution 1. There are two input contacts based on the characteristics of the A and B contact signals. Configure them in accordance with the output signal logic definition (x225). 2. Change the signal definition for each contact in accordance with the output signal definition (x222,x223). 3. Overvoltages or overcurrents may damage the device because it uses an internal transistor switch. Rated voltage and current: DC 24 V ±1%, 15 ma Contact L Note 1) Contact L Internal circuit DC 24V Note 1) The alarm and READY output signals are separate in the GND24 terminal. 3-7

38 3. Wiring 3.5 Connecting the Serial Encoder Signals (CN2) APCS-E CS Cable Servo motor AWG24 4Pair Twist Shield Wire MA /MA SL /SL Servo drive Encoder V GND 14 7 Cable Connector Maker - AMP SHD Cable Connector(CN2) Maker 3M A VE Frame APCS-E DS Cable Servo motor AWG24 4Pair Twist Shield Wire MA /MA SL /SL Servo drive Encoder V GND 14 7 Cable Connector MS318B2-29S 9 SHD Cable Connector(CN2) Maker 3M A VE Frame 3-8

39 3. Wiring APCS-E ES Cable Servo motor Servo drive MA /MA SL /SL 인코더 9 4 5V GND 14 7 Connector Tyco Connector (7Ciruits) 5 SHD Frame Cable Connector(CN2) Maker 3M A VE 3-9

40 3. Wiring 3.6 Connecting the Input/Output Signals The s and Functions of the Input Signals (CN1) Pin Number Details Function 7 /N-OT 8 /P-OT Reverse (CW) rotation prohibited Forward (CCW) rotation prohibited 14 HOME Origin sensor The actuator stops the servo motor to prevent it from moving beyond the motion range. Connects the origin sensor to return to the origin. 15 ALMRST Alarm reset Deactivates the servo alarm. 16 PCON P control action 17 GAIN2 Transfer of the gain 1 and gain 2 When the contact is on, the speed control loop transfers the mode from PI control to P control. When gain 2 contact is ON, it transfers from gain 1 to gain 2. 9 Note 1) /PROBE1 Touch probe 1 The probe signal to rapidly store the 1 Note 1) /PROBE2 Touch probe 2 position. Note 1) You cannot map touch probe signals The s and Functions of the Output Signals (CN1) Pin Number Details Function 1 BRAKE+ 2 BRAKE- 3 ALARM+ 4 ALARM- 23 /READY+ 24 /READY- Brake Alarm Servo Ready 25 /ZSPD+ Zero speed 26 /ZSPD- reached Allocated INPOS Location reached Allocated INSPD Speed reached Outputs signals to control the brake when the servo is turned on or off. Outputs a signal when an alarm occurs. This signal is output when the main power is established and the preparations for servo operation are complete. Outputs a signal when the current speed drops below the zero speed. Outputs a signal when the device reaches the specified location. Outputs a signal when the device reaches the specified speed. Allocated WARN Warning Outputs warning signals. 3-1

41 3. Wiring Layout of the Input/Output Signal Connectors 2 BREAK- 4 ALRAM- Alarm output V IN 8 /P-OT 1 /PROBE2 Brake output- External power input Forward rotation prohibited Touch probe input 2 1 BREAK+ 3 ALRAM+ Alarm output+ 5 NC 7 /N-OT 9 /PROBE1 Brake output+ - Reverse rotation prohibited Touch probe input 1 12 ALMRST Alarm reset 14 GAIN2 16 NC 18 /READY- Servo ready - 2 /ZSPD- Transfer of gains 1 and 2 - Zero speed achieved- 11 HOME Origin sensor 13 PCON P control action 15 NC 17 /READY+ Servo ready + 19 /ZSPD+ - Zero speed achieved The s and Functions of Safety Function Signals (CN6) Pin Number function 3 /HWBB1-4 /HWBB1+ 6 /HWBB2+ 5 /HWBB2-7 EDM+ 8 EDM- For hard-wired base block inputs Performs a base block (block torque) on signal off. Outputs the pilot circuit status The Connector Layout of Safety Function Signals (CN6) Pilot circuit 8 EDM- state 6 /HWBB2+ output- Hard-wired base block signal input 2+ 4 /HWBB1+ Hard-wired base block signal input 1+ 2 NC Note 1) 7 EDM+ Pilot circuit state output+ 5 Hard-wired /HWBB2- base block 3 /HWBB1- signal input 2- Hard-wired base block signal input 1-1 NC Note 1) Note 1) Never use this on a blank terminal because it is connected to an internal circuit. 3-11

42 3. Wiring 3.7 EtherCAT Connection Example Example Connection The following figure shows the connection between a master and slave using EtherCAT communication. EtherCAT master Slave axis 1 + Slave axis Slave axis n Slave axis 1 Slave axis 2 Slave axis n 3-12

43 3. Wiring EtherCAT Connectors and the Pin Map The L7N drive uses CN4 and CN3 as I/O Connector for EtherCAT. Connector Function CN4 The EtherCAT input CN3 The EtherCAT output Pin Number Signal Line color 1 TX/RX + White/Orange 2 TX/RX - Orange 3 TX/RX1+ White/Green 4 TX/RX2 - Blue 5 TX/RX2 + White/Blue 6 TX/RX1 - Green 7 TX/RX3 + White/Brown 8 TX/RX3 - Brown Plate Shield Note 1) Note 2) EtherCAT only uses signals from the No. 1, 2, 3, and 6 wires. Recommended Connector : STP CAT.5E RJ-45 8P8C Recommended Cable : CAT.5 STP 3-13

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45 4. EtherCAT Communication 4. EtherCAT Communication EtherCAT stands for Ethernet for Control Automation Technology. It is a communication method for masters and slaves which uses Real-Time Ethernet, developed by the German company BECKHOff and managed by the EtherCAT Technology Group (ETG). The basic concept of the EtherCAT communication is that, when a Frame sent from a master passes through a slave, the slave inputs the received data to the Frame as soon as it receives the data. EtherCAT uses a standard Ethernet frame compliant with IEEE82.3. Since it is based on a 1BASE-TX Ethernet, cable lengths of up to 1 meters are possible and the maximum number of connected slaves is 65,535, so it is possible to configure a nearly unlimited network size. In addition to this, when using a separate Ethernet switch, you can interconnect it to common TCP/IP. 4.1 The Structure of CANopen over EtherCAT Servo Application EtherCAT State Machine SDO Object Dictionary Application Layer Registers Mailbox Process FMMU FMMU1 Link Layer Sync Manager Sync Manager1 Sync Manager2 Sync Manager3 EtherCAT Physical Layer The L7N drive uses a CiA 42 drive profile. The Object Dictionary in the application layer includes application data and mapping information from the process data interface and application data. The Process Object () consists of an Object Dictionary that can be mapped to the, and the content of the process data is defined by mapping. The process data communication is able to periodically read and write the. Mailbox communication can aperiodically read and write all of the Object Dictionaries. 4-1

46 4. EtherCAT Communication 4.2 The EtherCAT State Machine Init (PI) (IP) Pre-Operational (SI) (OI) (PS) (SP) (OP) Safe-Operational (SO) (OS) Operational State Init Pre-Operational Safe-Operational Operational Transition State IP PI PS SP SO OS OP SI OI Details Resets a device. Unable to perform mailbox or process data communication. Able to perform mailbox communication. Able to read the input data (Tx). Unable to receive output data (Rx). Performs periodical I/O communication and it is possible to process output data (Rx). Begins mailbox communication. Stops mailbox communication. Begins input data updates. Stops input data updates. Begins output data updates. Stops output data updates. Stops input/output data updates. Details Stops input data updates and mailbox communication. Stops both input/output data updates and mailbox communication. 4-2

47 4. EtherCAT Communication 4.3 LED State The LEDs on the operating panel of the L7N drive indicates EtherCAT communication and error statuses, as shown in the following figure. L/A IN L/A OUT RUN ERR The L/A IN and L/A OUT (Link Activity) LEDs The L/A IN LED and L/A OUT LEDs indicate the status of the CN4 and CN3 communication ports respectively. The following table outlines what each LED state indicates. Link/Activity LED Off Not connected for communication. Description Connected, and communication is enabled. Flickering On Connected, but communication is disabled. RUN LED Indicates the status of the L7N in the EtherCAT State Machine. RUN LED Description Off The L7N is in the INIT state. The L7N is in the Pre-Operational state. Blinking Single Flash The L7N is in the Safe-Operational state. On The L7N is in the Operational state. 4-3

48 4. EtherCAT Communication The ERR (Error) LED The ERR LED indicates the EtherCAT communication status. The following table outlines what each LED state indicates. ERROR LED Off EtherCAT communication is normal. Description A booting error occurred. Flickering Blinking The object setup command received from the EtherCAT master cannot be performed in the current state. Single Flash The state has changed without a command from the EtherCAT master due to a L7N drive sync error. Double Flash A watchdog error occurred during EtherCAT communication. On A serious problem occurred in the internal communication of the L7N drive. 4.4 The following table outlines the content and range of the data types used in this manual. Description SINT Signed 8-bit -128 ~127 USINT Unsigned 8-bit ~ 255 INT Signed 16-bit ~ UINT Unsigned 16-bit ~ DINT Signed 32-bit ~ UDINT Unsigned 32-bit ~ STRING The String Value 4-4

49 4. EtherCAT Communication 4.5 The EtherCAT uses the Process Object () to perform real-time data transfers. There are two types of s: Rx receives data transferred from the upper level controller, and Tx sends the state from the drive to the upper level controller. The L7N uses x16 to x163 for Rx mapping and x1a to x1a3 for Tx mapping. You can map up to 1 objects on each. The following figure shows an example of mapping. x64 - Controlword UINT x67a - Target Position DINT Rx (x16) INDEX (2byte) SUB INDEX (1byte) DATA TYPE (1byte) x64 x UINT x67a x DINT x x x641 - Statusword UINT x664 - Position Actual Value DINT x66c - Velocity Actual Value DINT Tx (x1a) INDEX (2byte) SUB INDEX (1byte) DATA TYPE (1byte) x641 x UINT x664 x DINT x66c x DINT 1 x x 4-5

50 4. EtherCAT Communication The SyncManager can be composed of multiple s. SyncManager Assign Object (RxPD:x1C12, Tx:x1C13) indicates the relationship between the SyncManager and the. The following figure shows the SyncManager mapping. Object Dictionary Sync Manager Assign Object x1c12 x1c13 Object Contents Rx Tx Sync Manager Entity x1c1 x1c11 x1c12 x1c13 Mailbox Receive Mailbox Send Rx (x161) Tx (x1a2) Object x16 x161 x162 x163 x1a x1a1 x1a2 x1a3 1 st Rx 2 nd Rx 3 rd Rx 4 th Rx 1 st Tx 2 nd Tx 3 rd Tx 4 th Tx L7N The following tables list the default mapping set in the L7N. These settings are defined in the EtherCAT Slave Information file (XML file). 1 st Rx (x16) Tx (x1a) ControlwordTarget torque (x64) (x671) Actual torque Statusword (x641) (x677) Target position (x67a) Position actual (x664) Drive mode (x66) Following error actual (x6f4) Touch Probe Function (x6b8) Digital input (x6fd) Drive mode display (x661) Command speed (x261) Drive speed (x26) Position Touch probe of the forward state (x6b9) of touch probe 1 (x6bb) 2 nd Rx (x16) ControlwordTarget position (x64) (x67a) Tx (x1a) Statusword (x641) Position actual (x664) 3 rd Rx (x16) ControlwordTarget velocity (x64) (x6ff) Tx (x1a) Statusword (x641) Position actual (x664) 4 th Rx (x16) ControlwordTarget torque (x64) (x671) Tx (x1a) Statusword (x641) Position actual (x664) 4-6

51 4. EtherCAT Communication 4.6 Synchronization Using the DC (Distributed Clock) The Distributed Clock (DC) synchronizes EtherCAT communication. The master and slave share a reference clock (system time) for synchronization, and the slave synchronizes its applications with the Sync event generated by the reference clock. The following synchronization modes exist in the L7N. You can change the mode with the sync control register. Free-run mode In free-run mode, the L7N operates each cycle independent of the communication cycle and master cycle. DC Synchronous Mode In DC Synchronous mode, the Sync event from the EtherCAT master synchronizes the drive. Master Master Application Master Application Master user shift time Frame U Frame U U Slave U Sync shift time U U Cycle time (x1c32:2) Cycle time (x1c32:2) Sync Event Shift time (x1c33:3) Calc + Copy time (x1c33:6) Sync Event Sync Event Shift time (x1c32:3) Calc + Copy time (x1c32:6) Inputs Latch Outputs Latch 4-7

52 4. EtherCAT Communication x1c32 Sync Manager 2 (Process Output) Synchronization Number of entries USINT RO No Synchronization modes UINT RO No : Free-Run - 2 Cycle time UDINT RO No - Time between Sync events [ns] 3 Shift time UDINT RO No 125 ns - 4 Synchronization modes supported UINT RO No - Bit = 1: Free-Run supported bit 4:2 = 1: DC Sync supported bit 6:5 = : No Output Shift sup-ported 5 Minimum cycle time UDINT RO No 625 ns - 6 Calc and copy time UDINT RO No ns - 9 Delay time UDINT RO No - ns - x1c33 Sync Manager 3 (Process Input) Synchronization Number of entries USINT RO No 1-1 Synchronization modes UINT RO No 2 Cycle time UDINT RO No 3 Shift time UDINT RO No 4 Synchronization modes supported UINT RO No 5 Minimum cycle time UDINT RO No - Same as x1c32:1 Same as x1c32:2 125*n ns (n = 1, 2, 3...) : to (Sync event cycle time 125) Bit = 1: Free-Run supported bit 4:2 = 1: DC Sync supported Bit 6:5 = 1: Input Shift with local timer supported Same as x1c32:

53 4. EtherCAT Communication 4.7 Emergency Messages Emergency messages appear as a L7N alarm or a warning passed to the master via mailbox communication. Emergency messages may not be sent in the event of communication failure. Emergency messages consist of 8-byte data. Byte Details Emergency error code (xff) Error register (x11) Reserved Unique field for each manufacturer L7N alarm code Reserved 4-9

54 4. EtherCAT Communication 4-1

55 5. CiA42 Drive Profile 5. CiA42 Drive Profile 5.1 The State Machine Start Power off or reset State State Additional state State changed by the slave Not ready to Switch on (A) : Low-level power Control power is on. The main power can be turned on. State State that can be checked by the master 1 15 Switch on Disabled 2 7 Fault 12 1 Ready to Switch on 14 3 Switched on (B) : High-level power Both control power and main power are on. Torque cannot be applied to the motor. 4 Fault reaction active 5 (C) : Torque Torque can be applied to the motor. Quick stop active 16 Operation enabled 13 Error occures 11 State Not ready to switch on Switch on disabled Ready to switch on Switched on Operation enabled Quick Stop active Fault reaction active Fault Details Reset is in progress by control power on. Reset is complete. You can set servo parameters. However, you cannot supply main power at this time. Main power may be turned on. You can set servo parameters. Drive function is disabled. Main power is on. You can set servo parameters. Drive function is disabled. Unless in a fault state, the drive functions correctly and torque can be applied to the motor. You can also set servo parameters. A quick stop function has been performed. You can set servo parameters. In a Quick Stop or a fault state due to the servo. You can set servo parameters. A fault reaction has been processed. Drive function is deactivated. You can set servo parameters. 5-1

56 5. CiA42 Drive Profile State Machine Control Commands Command Controlword bits (x64) Bit 7 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit State Machine Movement Shutdown , 6, 8 Switch on Switch on + Enable operation Disable voltage , 9, 1,12 Quick stop - 1-7, 1,11 Disable operation Enable operation , 16 Fault reset Statusword Bit s (x641) Bit No. Description Note Ready to switch on 1 Switched on 2 Operation enabled 3 Fault 4 Voltage enabled 5 Quick stop 6 Switch on disabled 7 Warning 8 - For more information, refer to 7.6 CiA 42 Objects. 9 Remote 1 Target reached 11 Internal limit active Operation mode specific 14 Torque limit active

57 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Related Objects s x64 - Controlword UNIT RW Yes - x641 - Statusword UINT RO Yes - x65a - x65b - x65c - x65d - x65e - Quick Stop option code (Quick Stop Option Code) Shutdown option code (Shutdown Option Code) Disable Operation option code (Disable Operation Option Code) Halt option code (Halt Option Code) FAULT reaction option code (Fault Reaction Option Code) INT RW No - INT RW No - INT RW No - INT RW No - INT RW No - 5-3

58 5. CiA42 Drive Profile 5.2 Operation Modes The L7N supports the following operation modes (x66): Profile Position Mode Homing Mode Interpolated Position Mode Profile Velocity Mode Profile Torque Mode Cyclic Synchronous Position Mode Cyclic Synchronous Velocity Mode Cyclic Synchronous Torque Mode Related Objects x66 - x661 - x652 - Drive Mode (Modes of Operation) Display the operation mode (Modes of Operation Display) Supported drive modes (Supported Drive Modes) s SNIT RW Yes - SNIT RO Yes - UDINT RO No - Dynamic Conversion of Operation Modes The x66 object can change the operation mode. The master simultaneously selects an operation mode and changes the related objects. When the master switches to a new operation mode, the L7N instantly switches to that mode. 5-4

59 5. CiA42 Drive Profile 5.3 Position Control Modes Profile Position Mode Profile Position Mode drives to a target position using the profile speed (x681) and profile acceleration (x683, x684). The Profile Position Mode Block Diagram OP Mode : Profile Position Target position (x67a) Software position limit (x67d) [Pos unit] Position scale numerator/denominator (x2e/x2f) [pulse] Profile velocity (x681) Max. profile velocity (x67f) Profile acceleration (x683) Profile deceleration (x684) Quick Stop deceleration (x685) [Vel unit] [Acc unit] Speed scale numerator/ denominator (x21/x211) Acceleration/ deceleration scale numerator/denominator (x212/x213) [pulse/s] [pulse/s 2 ] Position trajectory generator Position demand internal (x6fc) 1 Controlword(x64) Quick Stop option code (x65a) OP Mode 1 Position controller Speed controller Torque controller Servo motor Torque actual (x677) Velocity actual (x66c) Speed scale denominator/ numerator (x211/x21) Speed calculation Enco der Position actual (x664) 2 Following Error and Position reached 2 Position scale denominator/ numerator (x2f/x2e) Position actual internal (x663) Position calculation Position Reached Output of position limit function Position actual + (x664) - 2 Position window (x667) window comparator Position window time (x668) Target Reached in Status word (x641.1) ` Following Error Position demand internal (x6fc) 1 Position scale denominator/ numerator (x2f/x2e) Position actual + - (x664) 2 Following error window (x665) Position demand (x662) window comparator Following error actual (x6f4) Following error time out (x666) Following Error In Status word(x641.13) 5-5

60 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Related Objects s x64 - Controlword UNIT RW Yes - x641 - Statusword UINT RO Yes - x67a - - x67d 1 2 x67f - x681 - x683 - x684 - x685 - Target position (Target Position) Software position limit (Software Position Limit) Number of entries (Number of entries) Minimum position limit (Min. position limit) Maximum position limit (Max. position limit) Maximum profile velocity (Max. Profile Velocity) Profile velocity (Profile Velocity) Profile acceleration (Profile Acceleration) Profile deceleration (Profile Deceleration) Quick Stop deceleration (Quick Stop Deceleration) DINT RW Yes Pos s USINT RO No - DINT RW No DINT RW No UDINT RW No UDINT RW Yes UDINT RW Yes UDINT RW Yes UDINT RW Yes Pos s Pos s Vel s Vel s Acc units Acc units Acc units You can use the following three position commands in Profile Position Mode: Single set point After reaching the target position, the drive sends a completion signal to the master and receives a new command. Change immediately After receiving a new position command while driving to the target position, it drives to the new position regardless of the existing target. Set of Set point After receiving a new position command while driving to the target position, it subsequently drives to the new target after reaching the existing target. This mode retains the previous velocity. The two methods mentioned above are controlled by the New setpoint bit (Controlword, x64.4), the Change set immediately bit (Controlword, x64.5), and the Change setpoint bit (Controlword, x64.9). 5-6

61 5. CiA42 Drive Profile The single setpoint procedure Velocity t New Set-point Change immediately Change of Set-point t t t 1. Specify the target position (x67a). 2. Set the New setpoint bit to 1 and the Change set immediately bit to to request the position operation. 3. The drive notifies the operator of its arrival at the target position with the Target reached bit (Statusword, x641.1). The drive can stay where it is or perform a new position operation if it receives the New set point bit. The change immediately procedure Velocity t New Set-point Change immediately Change of Set-point t t t 1. Specify the target position (x67a). 2. Set the New setpoint bit to 1 and the Change set immediately bit to 1 to request the position operation. 3. You can begin a new position operation (New setpoint) regardless of the previous target position. 4. The drive immediately moves to the new position. 5. The drive notifies the operator of its arrival at the target position with the Target reached bit (Statusword, x641.1). 5-7

62 5. CiA42 Drive Profile The set of set point procedure Velocity t New Set-point Change immediately Change of Set-point t t t 1. Specify the target position (x67a). 2. Set the New setpoint bit to 1 and the Change of Set point bit to 1 to request the position operation. 3. After reaching the previous target position, the drive begins to move to the new position (New setpoint). The drive retains the previous velocity. 4. The drive notifies the operator of its arrival at the target position with the Target reached bit (Statusword, x641.1). 5-8

63 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Interpolated Position Mode Interpolated Position Mode controls multiple axes or a single axis. This mode necessitates time interpolation of the Set point. It can adjust the time of any drive unit associated via the time sync technology. The interpolation cycle is defined by x6c2, and the interpolation data can be entered via x6c1. The Interpolated Position Mode diagram OP Mode : Interpolated Position Interpolation data record (x6c1) Interpolation time period (x6c2) Software position limit (x67d) Controlword(x64) Quick Stop deceleration (x685) (or profile deceleration (x684)) Input buffer Quick Stop option code (x65a) [Acc unit] [Pos unit] Position scale numerator/ denominator (x2e/x2f) Acceleration/deceleration scale numerator/ denominator (x212/x213) [pulse] [pulse/s 2 ] Position trajectory generator Position demand internal (x6fc) 1 OP Mode 1 Position controller Speed controller Torque controller Servo motor Torque actual (x677) Speed scale Velocity actual (x66c) denominator/ numerator (x211/x21) Speed calculation Enco der Position actual (x664) 2 Following Error and Position reached 2 Position scale denominator/ numerator (x2f/x2e) Position actual internal (x663) Position calculation Position Reached Output of position limit function Position actual + (x664) - 2 Position window (x667) window comparator Position window time (x668) Target Reached in Status word (x641.1) ` Following Error Position demand internal Position scale (x6fc) 1 Position actual (x664) denominator/ numerator (x2f/x2e) 2 Following error window (x665) Position demand (x662) - + window comparator Following error actual (x6f4) Following error time out (x666) Following Error In Status word(x641.13) 5-9

64 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Related Objects s x64 - Controlword UNIT RW Yes - x641 - Statusword UINT RO Yes - x6c1 1 - x67d 1 2 x684 - x x6c2 1 2 Interpolation data record (Interpolation Record) Software position limit (Software Position Limit) Number of entries (Number of entries) Minimum position limit (Min. position limit) Maximum position limit (Max. position limit) Profile deceleration (Profile Deceleration) Quick Stop deceleration (Quick Stop Deceleration) Interpolation cycle (Interpolation Time Period) Number of entries (Number of entries) Interpolation cycle (Interpolation time period) Interpolation time index (Interpolation time index) DINT RW Yes Pos s USINT RO No - DINT RW No DINT RW No UDINT RW Yes UDINT RW Yes Pos s Pos s Acc units Acc units USINT RO No - USINT RW No - SINT RW No - 5-1

65 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Cyclic Synchronous Position Mode Cyclic Synchronous Position Mode drives the L7N by receiving updated target positions (x67a) with each POD update cycle from the master. You can use this mode to drive the L7N by adding a torque offset (x6b2) and speed offset (x6b1). The Cyclic Synchronous Position Mode diagram OP Mode : Cyclic Syncronous Position Torque offset (x6b2) Velocity offset (x6b1) Target position (x67a) Software position limit (x67d) Quick Stop deceleration (x685) (or profile deceleration (x684)) Quick Stop option code (x65a)/ Halt option code (x65d) [Vel unit] [Pos unit] Speed scale numerator/ denominator (x21/x211) Position scale numerator/denominator (x2e/x2f) [pulse/s] [pulse] [Acc unit] Acceleration/ deceleration scale [pulse/s 2 ] numerator/denominator (x212/x213) Position trajectory generator 1 2 Position demand internal (x6fc) 3 OP Mode 3 Position controller Velocity offset (x6b1) Speed controller Torque offset (x6b2) Torque controller Servo motor Torque actual (x677) Enco der Speed scale Velocity actual (x66c) denominator/ numerator (x211/x21) Speed calculation Position actual (x664) 4 Following Error 4 Position scale denominator/ numerator (x2f/x2e) Position actual internal (x663) Position calculation Following Error Position demand internal (x6fc) Position scale denominator/ 3 numerator (x2f/x2e) Position actual (x664) 4 Following error window (x665) Position demand (x662) - + window comparator Following error actual (x6f4) Following error time out (x666) Following Error In Status word(x641.13) 5-11

66 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Related Objects s x67a - Target position (Target Position) DINT RW Yes Pos s - Software position limit (Software Position Limit) x67d 1 Number of entries (Number of entries) Minimum position limit (Min. position limit) USINT RO No - DINT RW No Pos s 2 Maximum position limit (Max. position limit) DINT RW No Pos s x684 - Profile deceleration (Profile Deceleration) UDINT RW Yes Acc units x685 - Quick Stop deceleration (Quick Stop Deceleration) UDINT RW Yes Acc units x6b1 - Velocity offset (Velocity Offset) DINT RW Yes Vel units x6b2 - Torque offset (Torque Offset) INT RW Yes.1% 5-12

67 5. CiA42 Drive Profile 5.4 Homing The following figure outlines the homing inputs and outputs. You can specify the speed, acceleration and homing method. The Home offset allows you to input the origin of the user's coordinate system in the Home, rather than its initial origin. Controlword(x64) Homing Method (x698) Statusword(x641) Homing speed (x699) Homing acceleration (x69a) Homing method Position demand internal (x6fc) or position demand (x662) Home offset (x67c) Digital Input Home switch Positive limit switch Negative limit switch Related Objects s x64 - Controlword UNIT RW Yes - x641 - Statusword UINT RO Yes - x67c - Home Offset DINT RW No Pos s x698 - Homing Method SINT RW Yes - - Homing Velocity Number of entries USINT RO No - x699 1 Switch search speed (Speed during search for switch) UDINT RW Yes Vel s 2 Zero search speed (Speed during search for zero) UDINT RW Yes Vel s - Software position limit (Software Position Limit) x67d Number of entries USINT RO No - 1 Minimum position limit (Min. position limit) DINT RW No Pos s 2 Maximum position limit (Max. position limit) DINT RW No Pos s x69a - Homing Acceleration UDINT RW Yes Acc s x2d - x2e - x2f - Basic function setting (Function Select Switch) Position scale numerator (Position Scale Numerator) Position scale denominator (Position Scale Denominator) UINT RW No - INT RW No - INT RW No

68 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Homing Method (x698) Value Details No Homing 1, 2 (1) If the NOT switch is OFF, then the initial direction of rotation is CW. The direction is diverted if the NOT switch is ON. After the NOT switch is turned on, the position that the first index pulse encounters while driving in the CCW direction becomes the Home position. (2) If the POT switch is OFF, then the initial direction of rotation is CCW. The direction is diverted if the POT switch is ON. After the POT switch is turned on, the position that the first index pulse encounters while driving in the CW direction becomes the Home position. 1 2 pulse Negative limit switch (NOT) Positive limit switch (POT) 7 to 1 The methods described for 7 to 1 determine the Home position using the Home switch and the POT switch. (7) Upper figure: If the POT switch is OFF, then the drive operates at switch search speed and the initial direction of rotation is CCW. The direction is diverted if the Home switch is ON. After the Home switch is turned on, the position that the first index pulse encounters while driving in the CW direction becomes the Home position, and it drives at zero search speed. (7) Middle figure: If the POT switch is OFF and the Home switch is ON, then the drive operates at switch search speed and the initial direction of rotation is CW. If the Home switch is turned off at this time, it transfers to zero search speed. After the Home switch is turned off, the position that the first index pulse encounters while driving in the CW direction becomes the Home position. (7) Lower figure: If the POT switch is OFF and the Home switch is ON, then the drive operates at switch search speed and the initial direction of rotation is CCW. The direction is diverted if the POT switch is ON. If the Home switch is turned from ON to OFF at this time, it drives at zero search speed, and the position that the first index pulse encounters while driving in the CW direction becomes the Home position. The methods from 8 to 1 are identical to the methods for 7 in terms of how they determine the Home position. The only differences are the initial driving direction and Home switch polarity. Refer to the following figure pulse Home switch Positive limit switch (POT) 5-14

69 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Value 11 to 14 Details The methods described for 11 to 14 determine the Home position using the Home switch and the NOT switch. (11) Upper figure: If the NOT switch is OFF, then the drive operates at switch search speed and rotates CW. If the Home switch is turned on at this time, it changes the direction of rotation, and the position that the first index pulse encounters while driving CCW at zero search speed becomes the Home position. (11) Middle figure: If the NOT switch is OFF and the Home switch is ON, then the drive operates at switch search speed and rotates CCW. If the Home switch is turned off at this time, it transfers to zero search speed. After the Home switch is turned off, the position that the first index pulse encounters while driving in the CCW direction becomes the Home position. (11) Lower figure: If the NOT switch is OFF, then the drive operates at switch search speed and rotates CW. If the NOT switch is turned on at this time, it changes the direction and continues to drive CCW at switch search speed. If the Home switch is then changed from ON to OFF, then it transfers to zero search speed, and the position that the first index pulse encounters becomes the Home position. The methods from 12 to 14 are identical to the methods for 11 in terms of how they determine the Home position. The only differences are the initial driving direction and Home switch polarity. Refer to the following figure pulse Home switch Negative limit switch (NOT) It determines the Home position in the same manner as method 8, but it does not use an index pulse. The point where the Home switch is turned on or off becomes the Home position Home switch Positive limit switch (POT) 5-15

70 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Value Details It determines the Home position in the same manner as method 12, but it does not use an index pulse. The point where the Home switch is turned on or off becomes the Home position Home switch Negative limit switch (NOT) The position that the first index pulse encounters while driving in a CCW/CW direction becomes the Home position. 33, pulse 35 The starting point of the homing operation becomes the Home position. Note) : Switch search speed (x699:1) : Zero search speed (x699:2) : 5-16

71 5. CiA42 Drive Profile 5.5 Velocity Control Mode Profile Velocity Mode In Profile Velocity Mode, the L7N accelerates to the target velocity (x6ff) at the profile acceleration speed (x683) and decelerates at the profile deceleration speed (x684). The max. profile velocity limits the maximum velocity (x67f). The Profile Velocity Mode block diagram OP Mode : Profile Velocity Target velocity (x6ff) Max. profile velocity (x67f) [Vel unit] Speed scale numerator/ denominator (x21/x211) [pulse/s] Profile acceleration (x683) Profile deceleration (x684) Quick Stop deceleration (x685) [Acc unit] Acceleration/ deceleration scale numerator/denominator (x212/x213) [pulse/s 2 ] Velocity trajectory generator Required velocity (x66b) 1 Quick Stop option code (x65a) OP Mode 1 Speed controller Torque controller Servo motor Torque actual (x677) Speed scale Velocity actual (x66c) denominator/ numerator 2 (x211/x21) Velocity reached Speed calculation Enco der Position actual (x664) Position scale denominator/ numerator (x2f/x2e) Position actual internal (x663) Position calculation Velocity Reached Output of velocity limit function Velocity actual + (x66c) - 2 Velocity window (x66d) window comparator Velocity window time (x66e) Target Reached in Status word (x641.1) 5-17

72 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Related Objects x6ff - x67f - x683 - x684 - x685 - x66b - x66c - x66d - x66e - Target velocity (Target Velocity) Maximum profile velocity (Max. Profile Velocity) Profile acceleration (Profile Acceleration) Profile deceleration (Profile Deceleration) Quick Stop deceleration (Quick Stop Deceleration) Required velocity (Velocity Demand Value) Actual velocity (Velocity Actual Value) Velocity span (Velocity Window) Time to reach the target velocity (Velocity Window Time) DNIT RW Yes UDINT RW Yes UDINT RW Yes UDINT RW Yes UDINT RW Yes DINT RO Yes DINT RO Yes UINT RW No s Vel s Vel s Acc units Acc units Acc units Vel s Vel s Vel s UINT RW No ms 5-18

73 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Cyclic Synchronous Velocity Mode In Cyclic Synchronous Velocity Mode, the master orders the target velocity (x6ff) for the drive and performs velocity control. This mode allows you to add the torque offset (x6b2) to the master. The Cyclic Synchronous Velocity Mode block diagram OP Mode : Cyclic Syncronous Velocity Torque offset (x6b2) Velocity offset (x6b1) Target velocity (x6ff) + + [Vel unit] Speed scale numerator/ denominator (x21/x211) [pulse/s] 1 Quick Stop deceleration (x685) (or profile deceleration (x684)) Acceleration/ deceleration scale numerator/denominator (x212/x213) [pulse/s 2 ] Velocity trajectory generator Required velocity (x66b) 2 Quick Stop option code (x65a) OP Mode 2 Speed controller Torque offset (x6b2) Torque controller Servo motor Torque actual (x677) Velocity actual (x66c) Velocity reached 3 Speed scale denominator/ numerator (x211/x21) Speed calculation Enco der Position actual (x664) Position scale denominator/ numerator (x2f/x2e) Position actual internal (x663) Position calculation Velocity Reached Output of velocity limit function Actual velocity + (x66c) - 3 Velocity window (x66d) window comparator Velocity window time (x66e) Target Reached in Status word (x641.1) 5-19

74 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Related Objects x6ff - x6b1 - x6b2 - x684 - x685 - x66b - x66c - x66d - x66e - Target velocity (Target Velocity) Velocity offset (Velocity Offset) Torque offset (Torque Offset) Profile deceleration (Profile Deceleration) Quick Stop deceleration (Quick Stop Deceleration) Required velocity (Velocity Demand Value) Actual velocity (Velocity Actual Value) Velocity span (Velocity Window) Time to reach the target velocity (Velocity Window Time) DNIT RW Yes s Vel s DINT RW Yes Vel units INT RW Yes.1% UDINT RW Yes UDINT RW Yes DINT RO Yes DINT RO Yes UINT RW No Acc units Acc units Vel s Vel s Vel s UINT RW No ms 5-2

75 5. CiA42 Drive Profile 5.6 Torque Control Modes Profile Torque Mode In Profile Torque Mode, the drive torque increases or decreases at the rate of the torque gradient (x687) up to the target torque (x671). The forward/reverse torque limit (x6e, x6e1) limits the torque. The max. torque (x672) indicates the maximum torque that can be applied to the motor regardless of the forward/reverse direction. The Profile Torque Mode block diagram OP Mode : Profile Torque Target torque (x671) Torque slope (x687) Torque trajectory generator Required torque (x674) 1 Max. torque (x672) Positive/negative torque limit (x6e/ x6e1) OP Mode 1 Torque controller Servo motor Torque actual (x677) Velocity actual (x66c) Speed scale denominator/ numerator (x211/x21) Speed calculation Enco der Position actual (x664) Position scale denominator/ numerator (x2f/x2e) Position actual internal (x663) Position calculation 5-21

76 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Related Objects x671 - x687 - x674 - x677 - x672 - x6e - x6e1 - Target torque (Target Torque) Torque gradient (Torque Slope) Required torque (Torque Demand Value) Actual torque (Torque Actual Value) Max. torque (Max. Torque) Forward torque limit (Positive Torque Limit Value) Reverse torque limit (Negative Torque Limit Value) s INT RW Yes.1% UDINT RW Yes.1%/s INT RO Yes.1% INT RO Yes.1% UINT RW Yes.1% UINT RW Yes.1% UINT RW Yes.1% 5-22

77 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Cyclic Synchronous Torque Mode In Cyclic Synchronous Torque Mode, the master orders the target torque (x671) for the drive and performs torque control. The Cyclic Synchronous Torque Mode block diagram OP Mode : Cyclic Syncronous Torque Torque offset (x6b2) Target torque (x671) + + [Vel unit] Torque trajectory generator Required torque (x674) 1 Max. torque (x672) Positive/negative torque limit (x6e/ x6e1) OP Mode 1 Torque controller Servo motor Torque actual (x677) Velocity actual (x66c) Speed scale denominator/ numerator (x211/x21) Speed calculation Enco der Position actual (x664) Position scale denominator/ numerator (x2f/x2e) Position actual internal (x663) Position calculation 5-23

78 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Related Objects s x671 - x674 - x677 - x6b2 - x672 - x6e - x6e1 - Target torque (Target Torque) Required torque (Torque Demand Value) Actual torque (Torque Actual Value) Torque offset (Torque Offset) Max. torque (Max. Torque) Forward torque limit (Positive Torque Limit Value) Reverse torque limit (Negative Torque Limit Value) INT RW Yes.1% INT RO Yes.1% INT RO Yes.1% INT RW Yes.1% UINT RW Yes.1% UINT RW Yes.1% UINT RW Yes.1% 5-24

79 5. CiA42 Drive Profile 5.7 The Torque Limit Function The minimum torque limit (between the forward (x6e), reverse (x6e1) and max. torque (x672)) determines the torque limit. The Torque Limit Function block diagram ` ` Torque limits x6eh Forward torque limit x6e1h Reverse torque limit x672h Max. torque Torque offset + Position demand Position control Velocity control + Torque control Moter Related Objects x672 - x6e - x6e1 - Max. torque (Max. Torque) Forward torque limit (Positive Torque Limit Value) Reverse torque limit (Negative Torque Limit Value) s UINT RW Yes.1% UINT RW Yes.1% UINT RW Yes.1% 5-25

80 5. CiA42 Drive Profile 5.8 Digital Input/Output Digital input/output controls the input/output signal of the CN1 connector on the L7N. For more information, refer to 7.6 x6fd (Digital Input) and x6fe (Digital Output) of the CiA42 Objects. Related Objects s x6fd - x6fe Digital input (Digital Inputs) Digital output (Digital Outputs) Number of entries (Number of entries) Physical output (Physical outputs) Bit mask (Bit mask) UDINT RO Yes USINT RO No - UDINT RW Yes - UDINT RW No

81 5. CiA42 Drive Profile 5.9 Touch Probe Function Touch Probe Function (x6b8) 터치 프로브 기능(x6B8) Digital input Touch 디지털 probe 입력 1 터치 프로브 1 Touch probe 터치 2 프로브 2 Touch Probe Function 터치 Touch 프로브 probe 상태(x6B9) state (x6b9) Position of the rising edge of 터치 touch 프로브 probe 11 상승에지 (x6bb) 위치값(x6BA) Position of the falling edge of 터치 touch 프로브 probe 11 하강에지 (x6bb) 위치값(x6BB) Position of the rising edge of 터치 touch 프로브 probe 22 상승에지 (x6bb) 위치값(x6BC) Position of the falling edge of 터치 touch 프로브 probe 22 하강에지 (x6bb) 위치값(x6BD) Position feedback is latched to the following trigger events: Touch probe 1 (CN1, PROBE1 (pin 9)) Touch probe 2 (CN1, PROBE2 (pin 1)) The encoder index pulse You can use the following two touch probe functions simultaneously: Touch probe 1 latch function (For more information, see Section 6.5) Bits related to latch control: x6b8.~7 Bits related to latch status: x6b9.~7 Position of the rising edge of touch probe 1: x6ba Position of the falling edge of touch probe 1: x6bb Trigger signal: Encoder Z signal/probe 1 signal Touch probe 2 latch function (For more information, see Section 6.5) Bits related to latch control: x6b8.8~15 Bits related to latch status: x6b9.8~15 Position of the rising edge of touch probe 2: x6bc Position of the falling edge of touch probe 2: x6bd Trigger signal: Probe 2 signal 5-27

82 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Related Objects x6b8 - x6b9 - x6ba - x6bb - x6bc - x6bd - Touch probe function (Touch Probe Function) Touch probe status (Touch Probe Status) Position of the rising edge of touch probe 1 (Touch Probe 1 Positive Edge Position Value) Position of the falling edge of touch probe 1 (Touch Probe 1 Negative Edge Position Value) Position of the rising edge of touch probe 2 (Touch Probe 1 Positive Edge Position Value) Position of the falling edge of touch probe 2 (Touch Probe 1 Negative Edge Position Value) s UINT RW Yes - UINT RO Yes - DINT RO Yes DINT RO Yes DINT RO Yes DINT RO Yes Pos units Pos units Pos units Pos units 5-28

83 5. CiA42 Drive Profile Touch Probe Timing Diagrams Single Trigger Mode (x6b8.1=, x6b8.9=) x6b8. (x6b8.8) x6b8.4 (x6b8.12) x6b9. (x6b9.8) Latch start Latch start x6b9.1 (x6b9.9) x6ba (x6bc) Latched position 1 Latched position 3 Probe input Continuous Trigger Mode ((x6b8.1=, x6b8.9=) x6b8. (x6b8.8) x6b8.4 (x6b8.12) Latch start x6b9. (x6b9.8) x6b9.1 (x6b9.9) x6ba (x6bc) Latched position 1 Latched position 2 Latched position 3 x6b9.7 (x6b9.15) Probe input

84 5. CiA42 Drive Profile 5-3

85 6. L7 Drive Setup 6. L7 Drive Setup 6.1 System Parameters 1. The motor ID setting [x2] Serial encoder: Reads the motor ID from the encoder and configures it. 2. Encoder settings When using a single-turn type encoder, read the data to configure it. Set the encoder type for the ABS encoder. Encoder type [x21] Number Encoder Number Encoder - 1 Serial type encoder (-) 2 Serial type Abs encoder (12-bit) 3 Serial type Abs encoder (16-bit) 4 Serial type Abs encoder (2-bit) 5 Serial type Abs encoder (24-bit) The bits in parentheses in the previous table indicate the peak multi-turn data. Encoder pulse [x22] Indicates the pulses per revolution in a bit for the encoder type (2 n(bit) ). 3. Main power input mode [x23] Specifies the main power input mode and the processing mode if phase loss occurs. You can specify the handling methods for three-phase and single-phase power inputs and the power phase loss (Refer to section 7.5). 4. The main power phase loss monitoring interval [x24] Specifies the monitoring interval for main power phase losses. 5. The 7SEG display object setting [x25] Specifies the objects applied when the servo turns on. The setting s range from [x26] to [x2616]. Choose a number from and use that number to set the corresponding parameter.. You can display the number and of the variable every time you press the panel operator switch. For 32-bit variables, press and hold the switch to indicate the upper/middle/lower locations in 4 figures. 6. The regenerative overload derating factor [x26] This specifies the derating factor which checks for regenerative resistance overloads. If the derating is 1% or less, then the overload alarm trigger time is proportional to the set. 7. The regenerative resistance [x27] This specifies the resistance for regenerative braking resistance. If it is set to, then it uses the default resistance capacity embedded in the drive. 6-1

86 6. L7 Drive Setup 8. The regenerative resistance capacity [x28] This specifies the current capacity for regenerative resistance. If it is set to, then it uses the default resistance capacity embedded in the drive. 9. The overload check default load factor [x29] This indicates the load factor which triggers a continuous overload check. If it is set to 1 or less, then the overload check starts early and the overload alarm triggers early. 1. The overload warning level [x2a] This specifies the level for the continuous overload warning signal output. The warning signal is issued when it reaches the setting of the percentage relative to the alarm trigger. 11. The PWM Off delay time [x2b] This specifies the time span between the servo Off command and actual PWM Off. This prevents the motor from slipping down the vertical axis while the servo Off command and brake command order the motor brake to engage. Use a PWM off delay when operating a motor brake through the output contact point brake signal. (range: -1 ms, initial : 1). 6-2

87 6. L7 Drive Setup 12. The DB control mode [x2c]: Specifies the DB control mode. You can use the following four modes: (Refer to section 7.5) Mode Operation type Servo ON, Off Hold after a DB stop DB Velocity Servo ON, Off Release after a DB stop DB Velocity Servo ON, Off Release after a free run stop DB Velocity Servo ON, Off Hold after a free run stop DB Velocity 13. The basic servo function setting bit [x2d]: Specifies the drive function. You can set it to move forward, in reverse or to operate the servo lock function. (refer to section 7.5). 6-3

88 6. L7 Drive Setup 6.2 Configuring Control Parameters The control parameter setting sequence is as follows: Load the inertia ratio [x21] setting. Adjust the proportional gain with [x211] and [x212]. Increase the gain so that the servo motor does not overshoot or lose control (do not use during speed operations or torque operations). Adjust the speed proportional gain with [x216] and [x217]. Increase the gain so that the servo motor does not vibrate. Adjust the speed integral time constant with [x218] and [x219]. Refer to the following table and set it according to the speed proportional gain The Inertia Ratio [x21] This sets the inertia ratio by calculating the load inertia from the machine system and rotor inertia listed on the motor specification table. The inertia/load ratio is an important control parameter for the operation of the servo. It is crucial to set the correct inertia ratio for optimal servo operation. The following table outlines the recommended control gain for different inertia ratios: Motor Flange 4 ~ 8 Categor y Low inertia Medium inertia High inertia Inertia ratio Inertia (Multiple) Position Proportional Gain Gain Speed Proportional Gain Speed Integral Gain 1 ~ 5 4 ~ 9 4 ~ 1 1 ~ 4 5 ~ 2 2 ~ 7 2 ~ 5 2 ~ 6 2 ~ 5 1 ~ 4 1 ~ 3 5 ~ 1 * You can tune the inertia ratio during a test drive if it is too hard to calculate the inertia ratio before operation. 6-4

89 6. L7 Drive Setup The Position Control Gain Differentiation FF filter time constant [x215] Feed-forward gain [x214] Position command Following + Proportional error + gain - [x211] + Speed command Current position Position command: Counts the position command pulses entering from outside and converts them into position commands. It uses them as internal position commands after initial filtering. Current position: Counts the pulse signals received from the encoder and uses the electronic gear ratio settings to convert them to the current position. Position proportional gain [x211] and [x212]: Converts the difference between the position command and the current position into a speed command by multiplying it by the position proportional gain. Recommended = speed proportional gain [x216] / 1 Feed-forward gain [x214]: Uses the differences in to the position command to calculate the gradient. Adds the speed command to the gradient to reduce the time needed to reach the target position. If the which results is too large, then the position controller may overshoot or become unstable. It is important to gradually increase the from a small while monitoring the test drive. Feed-forward filter [x215]: The feed-forward control filter vibrates if the position command changes too drastically. If this occurs, configure the filter until the vibrations disappear. 6-5

90 6. L7 Drive Setup The Speed Control Gain Speed integral time constant [x218] Speed command Speed command filter time constant [x21a] + Speed error Speed proportional gain + - [x216] + Torque command Current speed Speed feedback filter time constant [x21b] Speed calculation Encoder signal Current torque Speed command: Operates the speed command through the speed command filter [x21a]. Current speed: Calculates the speed by counting the number of encoder signals as time progresses. Filters the speed to calculate the current speed. The algorithm uses the current torque and inertia to project the speed and compensate for errors which occur when calculating the speed at very low speeds. Therefore, an accurate motor constant and inertia ratio are closely related to the stability of the motor speed control. Speed integral time constant [x218]: Calculates the integral of the speed error. The speed error is the difference between the command speed and the current speed. The speed integral time constant converts the speed error into a torque command by multiplying it by the integral time constant. A decreased integral time constant solves transient response issues and improves speed tracking. If the integral time constant is too small, however, an overshoot occurs. On the other hand, if the integral time constant is too large, an excessive response drop occurs and proportional control takes over. Recommended = 1/speed proportional gain [x216] Speed Command speed Low High Tracking speed Time 6-6

91 6. L7 Drive Setup Speed proportional gain [x216]: Converts the speed error into a torque command by multiplying it by the proportional gain. If the resulting is large, then the speed response accelerates and speed tracking increases. However, vibrations occur if the is too large. If the is too small, then speed response slows down and speed tracking decreases. This may cause the servo to lose power. Speed Command speed High Low Time Speed feedback filter time constant [x21b]: Filters the speed feedback to control vibrations when the speed of the motor changes due to drive system vibrations or vibrations due to gain and too much load inertia. If the is too high, it reduces speed responsiveness and control power may be compromised. Recommended = to speed integral time constant [x218]/ The Torque Command Filter Time Constant Time [x21c] Use a digital filter for the analog torque command voltage to improve the stability of command signals. If the filter is set too high, responsiveness to torque commands will be reduced. It is important to set a that is appropriate for your system Gain 1 Gain 2 Transfer Mode [x21d] Set the gain transfer mode. You can set the transfer method with the zero speed conditions, position reached status, contact input status, etc. (refer to section 7.5) Gain 1 Gain 2 Transfer Time [x21e] Configure the gain transfer time during operation. When converting gain 1 to gain 2 or gain 2 to gain 1, the conversion occurs according to the set time P/PI Transfer Mode [x21d] Configure the P and PI transfer modes. You can configure the set conditions, set speed, set acceleration, set position error, etc. for the transfer method (refer to section 7.5 ). 6-7

92 6. L7 Drive Setup Resonance Avoidance Operations [x21f], [x211], [x2111] Torque output Resonance avoidance frequency [x211] Resonance avoidance range BW [x2111] Torque output frequency Mechanical resonance causes vibrations to occur at certain frequencies in certain systems. You can control the vibrations by controlling the torque output for specific frequencies. The resonance avoidance operation [x21f] (refer to section 7.5). 6-8

93 6. L7 Drive Setup 6.3 the Input/Output Contact Point Parameters There are 6 points for digital inputs (totaling 8 functions): + PROBE1, PROBE2 : PCON, GAIN2, ALMRST, HOME, P-OT, N-OT There are 4 points for digital outputs (totaling 7 functions): : ALARM, READY, ZSPD, BRAKE, INPOS, INSPD, WARN You can assign input/output signals by parameter and set the input/output contact logic (A/B contacts). : Input signal definition (x22, x221) : Output signal definition (x222, x223) : Input signal logic setting (x224) : Output signal setting (x225) For PROBE1 (CN1-9)/PROBE2 (CN1-1), the pins are assigned separately and interrupted for the inputs. Basic settings for input signal definitions Object CN1 Pin Default Allocation Number Input Bit Signal DI#6(7) DI#5(8) DI#4(14) DI#3(15) DI#2(17) DI#1(16) Default Value x22 to 3 PCON x22 4 to 7 GAIN x22 8 to11 A-RST x4 x22 12 to 15 HOME x221 to 3 P-OT x221 4 to 7 N-OT x65 6-9

94 6. L7 Drive Setup Logic definitions for input signals (x224) - logic settings for DI#1 to DI#6 by bit. Bit function DI#1 input logic setting 1 DI#2 input logic setting 2 DI#3 input logic setting 3 DI#4 input logic setting 4 DI#5 input logic setting 5 DI#6 input logic setting Value (Hex) details Contact B Note 1) 1 Contact A Contact B Note 1) 1 Contact A Contact B Note 1) 1 Contact A Contact B Note 1) 1 Contact A Contact B Note 1) 1 Contact A Contact B Note 1) 1 Contact A Note 1) The default setting. Basic settings for the output signal definitions Object CN1 Pin Default Allocation Number Bit output signal DO#4 DO#3 DO#2 DO#1 (1,2) (25,26) (23,24) (3,4) Default Value x222 to 3 ALARM x222 4 to 7 READY x222 8 to11 ZSPD x4321 x to 15 BRAKE x223 to 3 INPOS x223 4 to 7 INSPD x223 8 to11 WARN x to 15 RESERVED x Logic definitions for output signals (x225) - output logic settings for D#1 to DO#4 by bit Bit function DO#1 input logic setting 1 DO#2 input logic setting 2 DO#3 input logic setting 3 DO#4 input logic setting Value (Hex) details Note 1) Contact B 1 Contact A. Contact B Note 1) 1 Contact A Contact B Note 1) 1 Contact A Note 1) Contact B 1 Contact A Note 1) The default setting. 6-1

95 6. L7 Drive Setup 6.4 Speed Operation Parameters Acceleration/Deceleration Time Acceleration time [x231]: Specifies the time required, in ms, for the motor to reach the rated motor speed from zero speed. Deceleration time [x232]: Specifies the time, in ms, required for the motor to stop after running at the rated motor speed The S-Curve Operation [x234] You can configure the acceleration/deceleration operation in an S-curve pattern for smooth acceleration/deceleration. : Trapezoidal -> Configure the acceleration/deceleration time in [x231] and [x232]. 1: Sinusoidal -> Configure the acceleration/deceleration time in [x231] and [x232] + S-curve time in [x233] The Manual JOG Operation Speed [x235] Drive the forward/reverse rotation at the JOG operation speed. This ignores the CN1 contact point input status. 6.5 Position Operation Parameters Backlash Compensation [x243] If the position operation causes backlashes which change the position, then this setting converts backlash amount into a number of pulses to compensate for the backlash. 6-11

96 6. L7 Drive Setup 6.6 Parameters for L7N Built-in Functions Configure the default parameters that the L7N provides Checking/Deleting the Alarm History [x27] You can check and delete the alarm history. Delete the Alarm History [x27:1] This allows you to delete the alarm history. Check the Alarm History [x27:2 to 21] This allows you to check the last 2 alarm history items in sequence (the most recent appear first) Auto Gain Tuning [x271] Start Auto Gain Tuning [x271:1] Starts auto gain tuning. Auto Gain Tuning Speed [x271:2] Specifies the auto gain tuning speed in 1 RPM increments. Auto Gain Tuning Distance [x271:3] Specifies the auto gain tuning distance Absolute Encoder Reset [x272] Reset encoder [x272:1] "rset" ( ) to save the offset in the EEPROM inside the drive. The absolute encoder resets after a few milliseconds. When the absolute encoder reset is complete, the multi-turn data (x26f) and single-turn data (x26d) resets to. Check whether the actual position (x664) becomes to confirm the reset. After resupplying power to the machine, read the absolute encoder position and apply the home offset (x67c) to display the actual position (x664). At this time, the actual position (x664) does not change even if you change the home offset (x67c) while driving. 6-12

97 7. Object Dictionary 7. Object Dictionary 7.1 The Object Dictionary List The following table shows the Object Dictionary List. General Objects Objects Sync Manager Communication Objects Manufacturer Specific Objects Device Control Profile Position Mode Object Dictionaries Device (x1) Error Register (x11) Manufacturer Device, x18 Hardware Version (x19) Software Version (x1a) Store Parameters (x11) Restore Default Parameters (x111) Identity Object (x118) Receive (x16 to x163) Transmit (x1a to x1a3) Sync Manager Communication (x1c) Sync Manager Assignment (x1c1 to x1c13) Sync Manager Synchronization (x1c32 to x1c33) L7N Parameters (x2 to x26ff) Control Parameter (x2 to x213) Position User (x2e, x2f) Velocity User (x21, x211) Acceleration User (x212, x213) Operation Handling Parameter (x27, x271) Error Code (x63f) Controlword (x64) Statusword (x641) Quick Stop Option Code (x65a) Shutdown Option Code (x65b) Disable Operation Option Code (x65c) Halt Option Code (x65d) Fault Reaction Option Code (x65e) Modes of Operation (x66) Modes of Operation Display (x661) Supported Drive Modes (x652) Target Position (x67a) Software Position Limit (x67d) Max. Profile Velocity (x67f) Profile Velocity (x681) Profile Acceleration (x683) 7-1

98 7. Object Dictionary Homing Mode Position Control Function Interpolated Position Mode Cyclic Synchronous Position Mode Profile Velocity/Cyclic Synchronous Velocity Mode Profile Torque/Cyclic Synchronous Velocity Mode Torque Limit Function Touch Probe Function Digital Inputs/Outputs Object Dictionaries Profile Deceleration (x684) Quick Stop Deceleration Time (x685) Home Offset (x67c) Homing Method (x698) Homing Speeds (x699) Homing Acceleration (x69a) Position Demand Value (x662) Position Actual Internal Value (x663) Position Actual Value (x664) Position Demand Internal Value (x6fc) Following Error Window (x665) Following Error Time Out (x666) Following Error Actual Value (x6f4) Position Window (x667) Position Window Time (x668) Interpolation Record (x6c1) Interpolation Time Period (x6c2) Velocity Offset (x6b1) Torque Offset (x6b2) Velocity Demand Value (x66b) Velocity Actual Value (x66c) Velocity Window (x66d) Velocity Window Time (x66e) Target Velocity (x6ff) Target Torque (x671) Torque Demand Value (x674) Torque Slope (x687) Motor Rated Torque (x676) Torque Actual Value (x677) Max. Torque (x672) Positive Torque Limit Value (x6e) Negative Torque Limit Value (x6e1) Touch Probe Function (x6b8) Touch Probe Status (x6b9) Touch Probe 1 Position Value (x6ba) Touch Probe 2 Position Value (x6bc) Digital Inputs (x6fd) Digital Outputs (x6fe) 7-2

99 7. Object Dictionary 7.2 General Objects x1, Device The following table lists device types and their functions. x1 Device UDINT RO No - x Details MSB LSB Additional information Device profile number Additional information: x2 (Servo drive) Device profile number: x192 (DS42) x11, Error Register The following table shows the error register s for each device. This is stored in the emergency message. x11 Error Register Error Register USINT RO No - x - Details Bit function General error Value (Hex) details No error 1 Error 1 to 7 Reserved - : Always x18, Manufacturer Device The following table shows the device model name. x18 Manufacturer Device Manufacturer Device STRING RO No - x - 7-3

100 7. Object Dictionary x19, Hardware Version The following table shows the hardware version of the device. x19 Hardware Version Hardware Version STRING RO No x1a, Software Version The following table shows the software version included with the device. x1a Software version Software Version Software Version STRING RO No x11, Store Parameters The following table shows the parameter settings that you can store in the memory. x11 Storage Parameters Number of entries USINT RO No Store all parameters Store communication parameters Store CiA42 parameters Store L7 specific parameters UDINT RW No UDINT RW No UDINT RW No UDINT RW No The L7N reads object entries to store parameters. x to xffffffff x to xffffffff x to xffffffff x to xffffffff x 1 x 1 x 1 x 1 In order to prevent parameters from being incorrectly stored, the - records a specific "save" when storing a parameter Sifnature MSB LSB ASCII e v a s hex x65 x76 x61 x73 All parameters are stored when "save" is written to - 1. Communications are stored when "save" is written to

101 7. Object Dictionary CiA42 parameters are stored when "save" is written to - 3. L7N parameters are stored when "save" is written to - 4. x111, Restore Default Parameters The following table shows the parameters you can reset x111 Number of entries Restore default parameters Restore communication default parameters Restore CiA42 parameters Restore L7 Specific parameters Restore Default Parameters USINT RO No UDINT RW No UDINT RW No UDINT RW No UDINT RW No x to xffffffff x to xffffffff x to xffffffff x to xffffffff x1 - x1 - x1 - x1 - The L7N reads object entries to reset parameters. In order to prevent parameters from being incorrectly reset, the - records "load" when the parameter is reset. Sifnature MSB LSB ASCII d a o l hex x64 x61 x6f x6c All parameters are reset when "load" is written to - 1. Communication parameters are reset when "load" is written to - 2. CiA42 parameters are reset when "load" is written to - 3. L7N parameters are reset when "load" is written to - 4. Turn the power off and then back on to restore the default s. 7-5

102 7. Object Dictionary x118, Identity Object The following table shows device information. x118 Identity Object Number of entries USINT RO No Vendor ID UDINT RO No - x Product code UDINT RO No - x - 3 Revision number UDINT RO No Serial number UDINT RO No

103 7. Object Dictionary 7.3 Objects You can map objects to Process Objects () when performing real-time data transfers through the CANopen over the EtherCAT protocol. These objects configure the incoming mapping and outgoing mapping. Information about the mapped application object appears. MSB LSB Object index - Length Bits -7: Bit lengths of mapped objects (ex.: 32-bit is displayed as x2) Bits 8-15: -es of mapped objects Bits 16-31: es of mapped objects x16 to x163, Receive 1st Receive x16 Number of entries 1st Receive USINT RW No to entry 1 UDINT RW No 2 entry 2 UDINT RW No 3 entry 3 UDINT RW No 4 entry 4 UDINT RW No 5 entry 5 UDINT RW No 2nd Receive x161 Number of entries to xffffffff to xffffffff to xffffffff to xffffffff to xffffffff 2nd Receive x641 - x x67a2 - x668 - x6b81 - USINT RW No to entry 1 UDINT RW No 2 entry 2 UDINT RW No to xffffffff to xffffffff x641 - x67a2-7-7

104 7. Object Dictionary 3rd Receive x162 Number of entries 3rd Receive USINT RW No to entry 1 UDINT RW No 2 entry 2 UDINT RW No 4th Receive x163 Number of entries to xffffffff to xffffffff 4th Receive x641 - x6ff2 - USINT RW No to entry 1 UDINT RW No 2 entry 2 UDINT RW No to xffffffff to xffffffff x641 - x

105 7. Object Dictionary x1a to x1a3, Transmit 1st Transmit x1a Number of entries 1st Transmit USINT RW No to entry 1 UDINT RW No 2 entry 2 UDINT RW No 3 entry 3 UDINT RW No 4 entry 4 UDINT RW No 5 entry 5 UDINT RW No 6 entry 6 UDINT RW No 7 entry 7 UDINT RW No 8 entry 8 UDINT RW No 9 entry 9 UDINT RW No 1 entry 1 2nd Transmit x1a1 Number of entries UDINT RW No to xffffffff to xffffffff to xffffffff to xffffffff to xffffffff to xffffffff to xffffffff to xfffffff to xfffffff to xfffffff 2nd Transmit x x x x6f42 - x6fd2 - x x x261 - x6b91 x6ba2 USINT RW No to entry 1 UDINT RW No 2 entry 2 UDINT RW No to xffffffff to xffffffff x x

106 7. Object Dictionary 3rd Transmit x1a2 Number of entries 3rd Transmit USINT RW No to entry 1 UDINT RW No 2 entry 2 UDINT RW No 4th Transmit x1a3 Number of entries to xffffffff to xffffffff 4th Transmit x x USINT RW No to entry 1 UDINT RW No 2 entry 2 UDINT RW No to xffffffff to xffffffff x x

107 7. Object Dictionary 7.4 Sync Manager Communication Objects x1c, Sync Manager Communication x1c Sync Manager Communication Number of entries USINT RO No Communication type sync manager Communication type sync manager 1 Communication type sync manager 2 Communication type sync manager 3 USINT RO No - USINT RO No - USINT RO No - USINT RO No - x1c1 to x1c13, Sync Manager Assignment 1: mailbox receive (Master to slave) 2: mailbox send (Slave to master) 3: process data output (Master to slave) 4: process data input (Slave to master) This assigns the Sync Manager when the is transmitted through the data communication process x1c1 Sync Manager 1 Assignment x1c11 Sync Manager 1 Assignment Sync Manager Assignment USINT RO No Sync Manager 1 Assignment USINT RO No

108 7. Object Dictionary x1c12 Sync Manager 2 Assignment Number of entries USINT RO No to of assigned Rx 1 x1c13 UINT RW No x16 to x163 Sync Manager 3 Assignment x161 - Number of entries USINT RO No to of assigned Tx 1 UINT RW No x1a to x 1A3 You can change x1c12 and x1c13 in the EtherCAT Pre-Operational state. Set - 1 after - is registered as. x1a1-7-12

109 7. Object Dictionary x1c32, Sync Manager 2 Synchronization Sync Manager 2 (Process Output) Synchronization x1c32 Sync Manager 2 (Process Output) Synchronization Number of entries USINT RO No Synchronization modes UINT RO No : Free-Run - 2 Cycle time UDINT RO No - Time between Sync events [ns] 3 Shift time UDINT RO No 125 ns - 4 Synchronization modes supported UINT RO No - Bit = 1: Free-Run supported bit 4:2 = 1: DC Sync supported bit 6:5 = : No Output Shift supported 5 Minimum cycle time UDINT RO No 625 ns - 6 Calc and copy time UDINT RO No ns - 9 Delay time UDINT RO No - ns - 1 Sync time UDINT RO No Cycle exceeded counter Shift too short counter same as 1C32:2 UDINT RO No - UDINT RO No Sync error BOOL RO No

110 7. Object Dictionary x1c33, Sync Manager 3 Synchronization Sync Manager 3 (Process Input) Synchronization x1c33 Sync Manager 3 (Process Input) Synchronization Number of entries USINT RO No 1-1 Synchronization modes UINT RO No 2 Cycle time UDINT RO No 3 Shift time UDINT RO No 4 Synchronization modes supported UINT RO No 5 Minimum cycle time UDINT RO No - Same as x1c32:1 Same as x1c32:2 125*n ns (n = 1, 2, 3...) : to (Sync event cycle time 125) Bit = 1: Free-Run supported bit 4:2 = 1: DC Sync supported Bit 6:5 = 1: Input Shift with local timer supported Same as x1c32:5 6 Calc and copy time UDINT RO No Delay time UDINT RO No Sync time UDINT RO No SM event missed count Shift too short counter Same as x1c32:1 UDINT RO No UDINT RO No Sync error BOOL RO No

111 7. Object Dictionary 7.5 Manufacturer Specific Objects x2, Motor ID This specifies the motor ID. x2 Motor ID Motor ID UINT RW No to x21, Encoder This specifies the current encoder type. x21 Encoder Encoder UINT RW No to 5 - Value Encoder Value Encoder - 1 Serial type encoder (-) 2 Serial type Abs encoder (12-bit) 3 Serial type Abs encoder (16-bit) 4 Serial type Abs encoder (2-bit) 5 Serial type Abs encoder (24-bit) The bits in parentheses in the previous table indicate the peak multi-turn data. The encoder data is read to display the encoder type. However, it is set to 3 for multi-turn 16-bit. (Other motor/encoders are automatically recognized.) x22, Encoder Resolution This specifies the encoder bits read for automatic display. x22 Encoder Resolution Encoder Resolution UINT RW No to 21 bit 7-15

112 7. Object Dictionary x23, Power Fail Mode This specifies the main power input mode and the processing mode to use if phase loss occurs. x23 Power Fail Mode Power Fail Mode UINT RW No b to b11 b - Details Bit to 3 4 to 7 function Set the main power input type How to handle phase loss on the main power Value (Hex) details Single-phase power input 1 Three-phase power input 1 Error handling in case of phase loss on the main power Warning occurs if phase loss occurs on the main power x24, RST Power Fail Check Time This specifies the monitoring interval when main power phase loss occurs. x24 RST Power Fail Check Time RST Power Fail Check Time UINT RW No to 5 2 ms x25, 7SEG Display Object This specifies the 7SEG display objects. x25 7SEG Display Object 7SEG Display Object UINT RW Yes 26 to Specifies the objects applied when the servo turns on. There are 617 s available from x26 to x2616. Choose one for the specific parameter. 7-16

113 7. Object Dictionary x26, Regenerative Resistor De-rating Factor This specifies the derating factor which checks for regenerative resistance overloads. If the derating is 1% or less, then the overload alarm trigger time is proportional to the set. x26 Regenerative Resistor De-rating Factor Regenerative Resistor De-rating Factor UINT RW No to 2 1 [%] x27, Regenerative Resistor Value This specifies the resistance for regenerative braking resistance. If it is set to, then it uses the default resistance capacity embedded in the drive. x27 Regenerative Resistor Value Regenerative Resistor Value UINT RW No to 1 ohm x28, Regenerative Resistor Capacity This specifies the current capacity for regenerative resistance. If it is set to, then it uses the default resistance capacity embedded in the drive. x28 Regenerative Resistor Capacity Regenerative Resistor Capacity UINT RW No to 3 Watt x29, Overload Check Base This indicates the load factor which triggers a continuous overload check. If it is set to 1 or less, then the overload check starts early and the overload alarm triggers early. x29 Overload Check Base Overload Check Base UINT RW No 1 to 1 1 [%] 7-17

114 7. Object Dictionary x2a, Overload Warning Level This specifies the level for the continuous overload warning signal output. The warning signal is issued when it reaches the percentage set relative to the alarm trigger. x2a Overload Warning Level Overload Warning Level UINT RW Yes 1 to 1 5 [%] x2b, PWM Off Delay This specifies the time span between the servo Off command and actual PWM Off. This prevents the motor from slipping down the vertical axis while the servo Off command and brake command order the motor brake to engage. Use a PWM off delay when operating a motor brake through the output contact point brake signal. (range: -1 ms, initial : 1). x2b PWM Off Delay PWM Off Delay UINT RW No to 1 1 ms x2c, Dynamic Brake Control Mode This specifies the Dynamic Brake (DB) control mode. x2c Dynamic Brake Control Mode Dynamic Brake Control Mode UINT RW No x to x3 x - Details Value details Hold after a DB stop 1 Release after a DB stop 2 Release after free run stop 3 Hold after a free run stop 7-18

115 7. Object Dictionary x2d, Basic Function Configuration This specifies the basic drive function. x2d Basic Function Configuration Basic Function Configuration UINT RW No b to b11 b - Details Bit function Sets the servo drive direction 1 Sets the servo lock function 4 Set the multi-turn encoder Value (Hex) details CCW (Clockwise), CW (Counterclockwise) 1 CW (Clockwise), CCW (Counterclockwise) Do not use 1 Use Use the multi-turn encoder as multi-turn 1 Use the multi-turn encoder as single-turn x2e, Position Scale Numerator x2e Position Scale Numerator Position Scale Numerator DINT RW No ~ x2f, Position Scale Denominator x2f Position Scale Denominator Position Scale Denominator DINT RW No ~ x21, Velocity Scale Numerator x21 Velocity Scale Numerator Velocity Scale Numerator DINT RW No ~

116 7. Object Dictionary x211, Velocity Scale Denominator x211 Velocity Scale Denominator Velocity Scale Denominator DINT RW No ~ x212, Acceleration Scale Numerator x212 Acceleration Scale Numerator Acceleration Scale Numerator DINT RW No ~ x213, Acceleration Scale Denominator x213 Acceleration Scale Denominator Acceleration Scale Denominator DINT RW No ~ x21, Inertia Ratio This sets the inertia ratio by calculating the load inertia from the machine system and rotor inertia listed on the motor specification table. x21 Inertia Ratio Inertia Ratio UINT RW No to 2 1 [%] The inertia/load ratio is an important control parameter for the operation of the servo. It is crucial to set the correct inertia ratio for optimal servo operation. x211, Position P Gain 1 x211 Position P Gain 1 Position P Gain 1 UINT RW No to 5 5 Hz 7-2

117 7. Object Dictionary x212, Position P Gain 2 x212 Position P Gain 2 Position P Gain 2 UINT RW No to 5 5 Hz Position proportional gain [x211] and [x212]: Converts the difference between the position command and the current position into a speed command by multiplying it by the position proportional gain. * Recommended = speed proportional gain [x216]/1 x213, The Position Command Filter Time Constant x213 Position Command Filter Time Constant Position Command Filter Time Constant UINT RW No to 1 ms x214, Position Feed-forward Gain x214 Position Feedforward Gain Position Feed-forward Gain UINT RW No to 1 [%] Feed-forward gain [x214]: Uses the differences in to the position command to calculate the gradient. Adds the speed command to the gradient to reduce the time needed to reach the target position. If the which results is too large, then the position controller may overshoot or become unstable. It is important to gradually increase the from a small while monitoring the test drive. x215, The Position Feed-forward Filter Time Constant x215 Position Feedforward Filter Time Constant Position Feed-forward Filter Time Constant UINT RW No to 1 ms The feed-forward filter time constant [x215]: The feed-forward control filter vibrates if the position command changes too drastically. If this occurs, configure the filter until the vibrations disappear. 7-21

118 7. Object Dictionary x216, Speed P Gain 1 x216 Speed P Gain 1 Speed P Gain 1 UINT RW No to 5 4 rad/s x217, Speed P Gain 2 x217 Speed P Gain 2 Speed P Gain 2 UINT RW No to 5 7 rad/s Speed proportional gain [x216] and [x217]: Converts the speed error into a torque command by multiplying it by the proportional gain. x218, Speed Integral Time Constant 1 (Speed I Gain 1 Time Constant) x218 Speed I Gain 1 Time Constant Speed I Gain 1 Time Constant UINT RW No 1 to 1 5 ms x219, Speed Integral Time Constant 2 (Speed I Gain 2 Time Constant) x219 Speed I Gain 2 Time Constant Speed I Gain 2 Time Constant UINT RW No 1 to 1 15 ms Speed integral time constants [x218] and [x219]: Calculates the integral of the speed error. The speed error is the difference between the command speed and the current speed. The speed integral time constant converts the speed error into a torque command by multiplying it by the integral time constant. x21a, The Speed Command Filter Time Constant x21a Speed Command Filter Time Constant Speed Command Filter Time Constant UINT RW No to 1 1 ms 7-22

119 7. Object Dictionary x21b, The Speed Feedback Filter Time Constant x21b Speed Feedback Filter Time Constant Speed Feedback Filter Time Constant UINT RW No to 1 1.1ms Speed feedback filter time constant [x21b]: Filters the speed feedback to control vibrations when the speed of the motor changes due to drive system vibrations or vibrations due to gain and too much load inertia. x21c, The Torque Command Filter Time Constant Use a digital filter for the analog torque command voltage to improve the stability of command signals. If the filter is set too high, responsiveness to torque commands will be reduced. It is important to set a that is appropriate for your system. x21c Torque Command Filter Time Constant Torque Command Filter Time Constant UINT RW No to 1 1 ms 7-23

120 7. Object Dictionary x21d, Conversion Mode x21d Conversion Mode Conversion Mode UINT RW No x to xff x - 1. Set the gain transfer mode. Details Bit to 3 function Gain 1<->Gain 2 Conversion Value (Hex) Only uses gain details ZSPD auto gain transfer In case of zero speed, transfer from gain 1 to gain 2. In the opposite case, transfer from gain 2 to gain 1. INPOS auto gain transfer In case of IN position, transfer from gain 1 to gain 2. In the opposite case, transfer from gain 2 to gain 1. Manual gain transfer When the gain 2 contact is on, transfer from gain 1 to gain 2. In the opposite case, transfer from gain 2 to gain the P and PI Control Conversion Modes Details Bit function 4 to 7 Set the P<->PI conversion Value (Hex) Only control PI details Control P if the command torque is higher than the set torque [x2114]. Control P if the command speed is higher than the set speed [x2115]. Control P if the current acceleration is higher than the set torque [x2116]. Control P if the current position error is higher than the set position error [x2117]. Note 1) Control P if the PCON contact is on (highest priority). These functions allow you to improve position operations by applying the P control operation stop function after PI control operation. 7-24

121 7. Object Dictionary x21e, The Gain Conversion Time This sets the gain conversion time during gain conversion operation. x21e Gain Conversion Time Gain Conversion Time UINT RW No 1 to 1 1 ms When converting gain 1 to gain 2 or gain 2 to gain 1, the conversion occurs according to the set time. x21f, The Resonance Avoidance Operation (Notch Filter Use) x21f Notch Filter Use Notch Filter Use UINT RW No to 1 - Mechanical resonance causes vibrations to occur at certain frequencies in certain systems. You can control the vibrations by controlling the torque output for specific frequencies. Details Bit to 3 function Resonance avoidance operation Value (Hex) details Do not use 1 Use x211, The Resonance Avoidance Frequency (Notch Filter Frequency) x211 Notch Filter Frequency Notch Filter Frequency UINT RW No to x2111, The Resonance Avoidance (Notch Filter Bandwidth) x2111 Notch Filter Bandwidth Notch Filter Bandwidth UINT RW No to

122 7. Object Dictionary x2112, The Velocity Limit Switch x2112 Velocity Limit Switch Velocity Limit Switch UINT RW No to 3 - x2113, The Velocity Limit Value x2113 Velocity Limit Value Velocity Limit Value UINT RW No to 1 2 RPM x2114, P Control Conversion Torque (Torque Switch Value) x2114 Torque Switch Value Torque Switch Value UINT RW No to 3 2 [%] x2115, The P Control Conversion Speed (Speed Switch Value) x2115 Speed Switch Value Speed Switch Value UINT RW No to 6 5 [%] x2116, P Control Conversion Acceleration (Acceleration Switch Value) x2116 Acceleration Switch Value Acceleration Switch Value UINT RW No to 5 1 rpm/s x2117, P Control Conversion Position Error (Following Error Switch Value) x2116 Following Error Switch Value Following Error Switch Value UINT RW No to 1 2 Pulse 7-26

123 7. Object Dictionary x22, Input Port Define 1 x22 Input Port Define 1 Input Port Define 1 UINT RW No x to xffff x x221, Input Port Define 2 x221 Input Port Define 2 Input Port Define 2 UINT RW No x to xffff x x222, Output Port Define 1 x222 Output Port Define 1 Output Port Define 1 UINT RW No x to xffff x x223, Output Port Define 2 x223 Output Port Define 2 Output Port Define 2 UINT RW No x to xffff x x224, The Input Port Logic Set x224 Input Port Logic Set Input Port Logic Set UINT RW No b to b b

124 7. Object Dictionary x225, The Output Port Logic Set x225 Output Port Logic Set Output Port Logic Set UINT RW No b to b b111 - x226, The Zero Speed x226 Zero Speed Zero Speed UINT RW No 1 to RPM Spee d Velocity span [x66d] Command speed Zero speed output range [x226] Time Zero speed (ZSPD) Speed reached (INSPD) Zero speed output range [x222]: A zero speed signal is output if the current speed drops below the set speed. Speed-reached range [x66d]: The speed-reached signal is output. x227, The Break Output Speed x227 Break Output Speed Break Output Speed UINT RW No 1 to 6 1 RPM 7-28

125 7. Object Dictionary x228, The Break Output Delay Time x228 Break Output Delay Time Break Output Delay Time UINT RW No to 1 5 ms Speed Servo On input Brake output signal Motor operation speed In case of servo Off or alarm trigger Brake signal output operation speed [x226] Time Within 5 ms delay time [x228] The brake signal output operation speed [x227] and brake signal output delay time [x228] If an alarm occurs after the servo s built-in brake is applied to the vertical axis for motor operation, then this feature activates to prevent the load on the vertical axis from falling to the motor brake. This may occur as a result of the brake signal turning off because of the brake signal output operation speed [x226] or the brake signal output delay time [x227]. x23, The (Z-phase) Pulse Detection Operation Speed ( Pulse Search Speed) x23 Pulse Search Speed Pulse Search Speed UINT RW No 1 to 3 1 RPM x231, The Speed Command Acceleration Time x231 Speed Command Acceleration Time Speed Command Acceleration Time UINT RW No to 1 ms Acceleration time [x231]: Specifies the time required, in ms, for the motor to reach the rated motor speed from zero speed. 7-29

126 7. Object Dictionary x232, The Speed Command Deceleration Time x232 Speed Command Deceleration Time Speed Command Deceleration Time UINT RW No to 1 ms Deceleration time [x232]: Specifies the time, in ms, required for the motor to stop after running at the rated motor speed. x233, The Speed Command S-curve Time x233 Speed Command S-curve Time Speed Command S-curve Time UINT RW No 1 to 1 1 ms x234, The Speed Operation Pattern (Acceleration Pattern) x234 Acceleration Pattern Acceleration Pattern UINT RW No to 1 - You can configure the acceleration/deceleration operation in an S-curve pattern for smooth acceleration/deceleration. Details Value 1 details Trapezoidal -> Configure the acceleration/deceleration time in [x231] and [x232] Sinusoidal -> Configure the acceleration/deceleration time [x231] and [x232] + S-curve time [x233] x235, The Manual JOG Operation Speed (JOG Speed) x235 JOG Speed JOG Speed INT RW No -6 to 6 5 RPM 7-3

127 7. Object Dictionary x236, JOG Operation Speed 1 (Program JOG Speed 1) x236 Program JOG Speed 1 Program JOG Speed 1 INT RW No -6 to 6 RPM x237, JOG Operation Speed 2 (Program JOG Speed 2) x237 Program JOG Speed 2 Program JOG Speed 2 INT RW No -6 to 6 3 RPM x238, JOG Operation Speed 3 (Program JOG Speed 3) x238 Program JOG Speed 3 Program JOG Speed 3 INT RW No -6 to 6 RPM x239, JOG Operation Speed 4 (Program JOG Speed 4) x239 Program JOG Speed 4 Program JOG Speed 4 INT RW No -6 to 6-3 RPM x23a, JOG Operation Time 1 (Program JOG Time 1) x23a Program JOG Time 1 Program JOG Time 1 UINT RW No to ms x23b, JOG Operation Time 2 (Program JOG Time 2) x23b Program JOG Time 2 Program JOG Time 2 UINT RW No to ms 7-31

128 7. Object Dictionary x23c, JOG Operation Time 3 (Program JOG Time 3) x23c Program JOG Time 3 Program JOG Time 3 UINT RW No to ms x23d, JOG Operation Time 4 (Program JOG Time 4) A test drive repeats step 1 to 4. Set the operation speed ([x236]-[x239]) and operation time ([x23a]-[x23d]) for each step. x23d Program JOG Time 4 Program JOG Time 4 UINT RW No to ms x24, Electric Gear Ratio Mode (Electric Gear Mode) x24 Electric Gear Mode Electric Gear Mode UINT RW No to 5 - x241, The Electric Gear Numerator Offset x241 Electric Gear Numerator Offset Electric Gear Numerator Offset INT RW No -3 to 3 - x242, The Position Limit Function x242 Position Limit Function Position Limit Function UINT RW No to

129 7. Object Dictionary x243, Backlash Compensation If the position operation causes backlashes which change the position, then this setting converts backlash amount into a number of pulses to compensate for the backlash. x243 Backlash Compensation Backlash Compensation UINT RW No to 1 - x26, The Current Speed (RPM) This displays the current operation speed in RPM. x26 Current Speed (RPM) Current Speed (RPM) INT RO Yes - - RPM x261, The Command Speed (RPM) This displays the current command speed in RPM. x261 Command Speed (RPM) Command Speed (RPM) INT RO Yes - - RPM x262, The Tracking Position Pulse (Feedback Pulse) This displays the accumulated number of position command pulses that result from servo motor rotations when the servo turned on. x262 Feedback Pulse Feedback Pulse DINT RO No - - Pulse x263, The Position Command Pulse This displays the accumulated number of position command pulses entered since the servo turned on. x263 Command Pulse Command Pulse DINT RO No - - Pulse 7-33

130 7. Object Dictionary x264, The Remaining Position Pulse (Following Error) This displays the difference between command pulses and tracking pulses and the remaining position pulses for the servo to run. It ignores the remaining position pulses when a servo that is off is turned back on. x264 Following Error Following Error DINT RO Yes - - Pulse x265, The Input Command Frequency This displays the input pulse frequency. x265 Input Command Frequency Input Command Frequency INT RO No - - KHz x266, Current Operation Torque This displays the energy (load) output by the servo motor as a percentage of the rated output. x266 Current Torque Current Torque INT RO No - - [%] x267, Current Command Torque This uses the servo's control algorithm to calculate the internal torque command and display it as a percentage of the rated torque. x267 Command Torque Command Torque INT RO No - - [%] 7-34

131 7. Object Dictionary x268, Accumulated Overload This displays the current energy (load) as a percentage of the rated energy (load) of the servo motor. x268 Accumulated Overload Accumulated Overload INT RO Yes - - [%] x269, The Maximum Instantaneous Load This displays the maximum (peak) load between the current time and the start of control after the servo turns on as a percentage of the rated output. x269 Maximum Load Maximum Load INT RO No - - [%] x26a, The Torque Limit This displays the maximum torque that the servo motor can output as a percentage of the rated torque. x26a Torque Limit Torque Limit INT RO No - - [%] x26b, The DC-Link Voltage This displays the current DC link of the main power. The normal DC link voltage of a 22 V standard drive is approximately 3 V. The maximum allowable DC link voltage is 45 V. The overvoltage alarm [AL-41] goes off when the DC link voltage threshold is exceeded because there is either too much or too little regenerative resistance. The normal DC link voltage in the regenerative section is 385 V or below. x26b DC-Link Voltage DC-Link Voltage UINT RO Yes - - V 7-35

132 7. Object Dictionary x26c, Regenerative Overload This displays the overload rate relative to the regenerative capacity of the servo drive. x26c Regenerative Overload Regenerative Overload UINT RO Yes - - [%] x26d, The Single-turn (Pulse) Display (Single-turn ) This displays the single-turn data of the encoder in pulses. x26d Single-turn Single-turn DINT RO Yes - - Pulse x26e, The Single-turn (Degree) Display (Single-turn (deg)) This displays the single-turn data of the encoder in degrees. x26e Single-turn (deg) Single-turn (deg) UINT RO Yes - - Degrees x26f, The Multi-turn Display This displays the multi-turn data for the encoder. x26f Multi-turn Multi-turn INT RO Yes - - rev x261, The Room Temperature Display This displays the temperature sensor of the servo drive in [ ]. x261 Room temperature Room temperature UINT RO No - - [ ] 7-36

133 7. Object Dictionary x2611, The Motor Rated Speed Display This displays the rated speed of the motor in RPM. x2611 Motor Rated Speed Motor Rated Speed UINT RO No - - RPM x2612, The Motor Maximum Speed Display This displays the peak speed of the motor in RPM. x2612 Motor Maximum Speed Motor Maximum Speed UINT RO No - - RPM x2613, The Motor Rated Current Display This displays the rated current of the motor in A. x2613 Motor Rated Current Motor Rated Current UINT RO No - - A x2614, The U Phase Current Offset Display This displays the U phase current offset in ma. x2614 U Phase Current Offset U Phase Current Offset INT RO No - - ma x2615, The V Phase Current Offset Display This displays the V phase current offset in ma. x2615 V Phase Current Offset V Phase Current Offset INT RO No - - ma 7-37

134 7. Object Dictionary x2616, The FPGA Version Display This displays the version of the FPGA. x2616 FPGA Version FPGA Version UINT RO No x27, Read/Clear the Alarm History x27 Read/Clear the Alarm History Number of entries UINT RO No Clear History UDINT RW No ~21 Alarm Code 1-2 USINT RO No The L7N reads object entries to determine the alarm history of a parameter. In order to prevent parameters from being incorrectly read, the - records "read" when the parameter is read. Sifnature MSB LSB ASCII d a e r hex x64 x61 x65 x72 The L7N reads object entries to delete the alarm history of a parameter. In order to prevent parameters from being incorrectly deleted, record "rset" in the - and an alarm history is deleted. Sifnature MSB LSB ASCII t e s r hex x74 x65 x73 x72 When "read" is written to - 1, all 2 alarm histories are read. When "rset" is written to - 1, all 2 alarm histories are deleted. Alarm codes 1 to 2 is from x27:2 to x27:21. The first alarm code is the most recent alarm. You can check the past 2 alarm codes in sequence (the most recent first), by reading - es 2 to

135 7. Object Dictionary x271, Auto Gain Tuning (Auto-tuning) x271 Auto-tuning Number of entries USINT RO No Start tuning UDINT RW No Tuning speed UINT RW No 1 to RPM 3 Tuning distance UINT RW No 1 to The L7N reads object entries to automatically tune the gain. In order to prevent parameters from being incorrectly tuned, the parameter is only tuned when the - records "tune." Sifnature MSB LSB ASCII e n u t hex x65 x6e x75 x74 Automatic tuning is conducted when "tune" is written to the - 1. This should be performed when the servo is off. When writing "tune," the function begins to operate and repeats three times based on the set speed and distance parameters. Automatic gain tuning changes the inertia ratio (x21), speed proportional gain 1 (x216), and speed integral time constant 1 (x218). Set the automatic gain tuning speed in - 2. The default is 8 in *1 RPM units. Set the automatic gain tuning distance in - 3. It rotates 1.2 to 1.4 turns for motor shafts with a default of 3, and about 25% of the distance increases or decreases when the setting is increased or decreased by 1. It estimates the inertia based on the speed set in - 2 and the distance set in - 3. It stores the inertia ratio [x21], speed proportional gain 1 [x216], and speed proportional gain 2 [x218]. Speed Transfer distance ⅹ3 times x

136 7. Object Dictionary 7.6 CiA42 Objects x63f, Error Code This displays the most recent alarm/warning code generated by the servo drive. x63f Error Code Error Code UINT RO Yes - - x64, Controlword This is composed of bits which control the drive state, the operation mode, and manufacturer-specific options. x64 Controlword Controlword UINT RW Yes to xffff - Controlword Bit Bit function Details Switch on 1 Enable Voltage 2 Quick stop 3 Enable operation 4 to 6 s by operation mode Refer to the section concerning bits to 3. Refer to the section concerning bits 4 to 9. 7 Fault reset -> 1: Alarm/warning reset 8 Halt 9 s by operation mode 1-11 to 15 Refer to the section concerning bits 4 to

137 7. Object Dictionary Details on Bits to 3 Bits to 3: Drive state control Command Controlword Bit Bit 7 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit Shutdown 1 1 Switch on Switch on + Enable operation Disable voltage Quick stop 1 Disable operation Enable operation Details on Bits 4 to 9 Bits 4, 5 and 9: Applied in Profile position (Pp) mode Bit 9 Bit 5 Bit 4 Details 1 It proceeds to the next position when the operation at the current position is complete. 1 1 It drives to the next position immediately. 1 1 Bits 6 and 8: Applied in Profile position (Pp) mode It drives from the current position to the profile position at the profile speed before it applies the next position. Bit function Value Details 6 Abs/rel 8 Halt Bits 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9: Applied in Homing mode Sets the target position to an absolute. 1 Sets the target position to a relative. Runs an operation or continues an operation. 1 Halts the operation according to the Halt Option code (x65d). Bit function Value Details 4 Homing operation start Halt Does not perform the homing operation. 1 Performs or is performing the homing operation. Runs the bit 4 command. 9 Reserved 1 Halts the operation according to the Halt Option code (x65d). 7-41

138 7. Object Dictionary Bits 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9: Applied in Cyclic synchronous position (Csp) mode, velocity mode, or torque mode. Bit function Value Details Halt 9 - Continues to perform the operation. Bits 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9: Applied at the Interpolated position (Ip) 1 Halts the operation according to the Halt Option code (x65d). Bit Function Value Details 4 Interpolation enabled Interpolation disabled 1 Interpolation enabled 8 Halt Runs the bit 4 command. 9 Reserved 1 Halts the operation according to the Halt Option code (x65d). Bits 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9: Applied in Profile velocity (Pv) mode or torque mode Bit function Value Details 4 Reserved 5 Reserved 6 Reserved 8 Halt 9 Reserved Continues to perform the operation. 1 Halts the operation according to the Halt Option code (x65d). 7-42

139 7. Object Dictionary x641, Statusword The Statusword indicates the current state of the drive. It consists of bits that indicate the state according to the drive and operation mode. x641 Statusword Statusword UINT RO Yes to xffff - Statusword Bits Bit Function Details Ready to switch on 1 Switched on Refer to the section concerning bits to 7. 2 Operation enabled 3 Fault 4 Voltage enabled 5 Quick stop 6 Switch on disabled 7 Warning 8 Reserved 9 Remote Processed as a Controlword (x64) 1 Operation mode specific Refer to the sections concerning bits 1, 12 and Internal limit active Refer to the section concerning bit to 13 Operation mode specific Refer to the sections concerning bits 1, 12 and Torque limit active = ; no torque limit active = 1; torque limit active 15 Reserved 7-43

140 7. Object Dictionary Details on Bits to 7 Bits to 7: Indicates the current state of the drive Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit Drive State Not ready to switch on 1 Switch on disabled 1 1 Ready to switch on Switched on Operation enabled Quick stop active Fault reaction active 1 Fault 1 Main Power On 1 Warning is occurred Details about Bit 11 Bit 11: Indicates whether to use an internal limit Use of an internal limit: Both the software position limit and internal limit are applied to the target position. Use N-OT/P-OT contacts This exceeds the interpolation speed (only used for the interpolated position (Ip) or the cyclic synchronous position (Csp)) 7-44

141 7. Object Dictionary Details on Bits 1, 12 and 13 Bits 1, 12 and13: Profile position (Pp) Mode Bit State Value Details 1 Target reached 12 Set-point acknowledge 13 Following error Bits 1, 12 and 13: Homing Mode 1 Halt (x64.8) = : Failed to reach the target position Halt (x64.8) = 1: Deceleration Halt (x64.8) = : Reached the target position Halt (x64.8) = 1: Speed: Prepares the previous set point and waits for a new set point 1 Changed from the previous set point to the new set point No following error 1 Following error Bit 13 Bit 12 Bit 1 Homing error Homing attained Target reached Homing in progress Details 1 Homing stopped or not started 1 Performed homing operation, but the not reach the target 1 1 Homing completed 1 Homing error; speed not equal to 1 1 Homing error; speed equal to Bits 1, 12 and 13: Cyclic synchronous position (Csp)/velocity mode/torque mode Bit State Value Details 1 12 Target reached Target ignored Unable to reach the target (position/velocity/torque) 1 Reached the target (position/velocity/torque) Ignores the target (position/velocity/torque) 1 Uses the target as the position control input 13 Following error No following error ( in Csv/constant in torque mode) 1 Following error 7-45

142 7. Object Dictionary Bits 1, 12 and 13: Interpolated position (Ip) mode Bit State Value Details 1 Target reached 12 Ip mode active 13-1 Target reached 1 Halt (x64.8) = : Unable to reach the target position Halt (x64.8) = 1: Deceleration Halt (x64.8) = : Reached the target position Halt (x64.8) = 1: Speed: Interpolation deactivated 1 Interpolation activated Bits 1, 12 and 13: Profile velocity (Pv) mode Halt (x64.8) = : Unable to reach the target position Halt (x64.8) = 1: Deceleration Bit State Value Details 1 Target reached 12 Speed 13 - Bits 1, 12 and 13: Profile torque (Pt) mode 1 Halt (x64.8) = : Unable to reach the target position Halt (x64.8) = 1: Deceleration Halt (x64.8) = : Reached the target position Halt (x64.8) = 1: Speed: Not in a zero speed state 1 In zero a speed state Bit State Value Details 1 Target reached 12 Reserved 13 Reserved 1 Halt (x64.8) = : Failed to reach the target position Halt (x64.8) = 1: Deceleration Halt (x64.8) = : Reached the target position Halt (x64.8) = 1: Speed: 7-46

143 7. Object Dictionary x65a, The Quick Stop Option Code This sets the Quick Stop option code. x65a Quick Stop Option Code Quick Stop Option Code INT RW No to Details Value Details Not used (transits into Switch On Disabled). 1 2 Slowly decelerates and then stops the drive according to the quick stop deceleration (x685) setting (Switch On Disabled). Slowly decelerates and then stops the drive according to the quick stop deceleration (x685) setting (Switch On Disabled). 3 Stops using the torque limit (Switch On Disabled). x65b, The Shutdown Option Code This specifies the operation to shutdown the servo drive (Operation Enabled state -> Ready to Switch On state). x65b Shutdown Option Code Shutdown Option Code INT RW No to 1 - Details Value Details Not used 1 Decelerates to a stop; enters a Switch On Disabled state; enters a Ready state 7-47

144 7. Object Dictionary x65c, The Disable Operation Option Code This sets the Disable Operation state (Operation Enabled state -> Switched On state) option code. Details x65c Disable Operation Option Code Disable Operation Option Code INT RW No to Value Does not use the drive function 1 Details Decelerates to a stop; moves to the Switch On Disabled state; moves to the Not Ready state x65d, The Halt Option Code The Halt option code sets the operation method used to move from the Operation Enabled state to the Switched On state. x65d Halt Option Code Halt Option Code INT RW No to Details Value Details 1 Decelerates to a stop; moves to the Operation Enabled state 2 3 Decelerates to a stop based on the quick stop deceleration time; move to the Operation Enabled state Decelerates to a stop based on the torque limit; moves to the Operation Enabled state 7-48

145 7. Object Dictionary x65e, The Fault Reaction Option Code This sets the operation method which protects the L7N drive system during fault reactions. x65d Fault Reaction Option Code Fault Reaction Option Code INT RW No - Details Value Details Does not use the servo drive function. The motor maintains the free-run state (turns the servo Off). x66, Modes of Operation This sets the servo drive operation mode. The master sets the operation mode when the power is turned on. The L7N provides the following operation modes: x66 Modes of Operation Modes of Operation SINT RW Yes to 1 - Details Value Details - No mode change/no mode assigned 1 Pp Profile Position mode 2 - Reserved (keep last mode) 3 Pv Profile Velocity mode 4 Tq Torque Profile mode 6 Hm Homing mode 7 Ip Interpolated Position mode 8 Csp Cyclic Sync Position mode 9 Csv Cyclic Sync Velocity mode 1 Cst Cyclic Sync Torque mode Other - Reserved (keep last mode) 7-49

146 7. Object Dictionary x661, The Modes of Operation Display This displays the current mode of operation. The displayed is identical to the operation mode (x66). x661 Modes of Operation Display Modes of Operation Display SINT RO Yes to 1 - x662, The Position Demand Value This displays the position demand in the position units specified by the user. x662 Position Demand Value Position Demand Value DINT RO Yes - - Pos. unit x663, The Position Actual Internal Value This displays the actual internal position in encoder pulses. x663 Position Actual Internal Value Position Actual Internal Value DINT RO Yes - - Pulse x664, The Position Actual Value This displays the actual position in user-defined units. x664 Position Actual Value Position Actual Value DINT RO Yes - - Pos. unit 7-5

147 7. Object Dictionary x665, The Position Error (Following Error Window) This sets the position error range for the Following Error (Statusword, x641.13). x665 Following Error Window Following Error Window UDINT RW No to Pos. unit x666, Position Error Timeout (Following Error Time Out) This sets the position error timeout period. x666 Following Error Time Out Following Error Time Out UINT RW No to ms x667, The Position Reached (Position Window) This sets the position reached range for the target. If the L7N reaches the position window (x667) within the position window time (x668), then it sets bit 1 of the Statusword (x641) to 1. x667 Position Window Position Window UDINT RW No to Pos. unit x668, The Position Reached Time (Position Window Time) This sets the time it takes to reach the target position. If the L7N reaches the position window (x667) within the position window time (x668), then it sets bit 1 of the Statusword (x641) to 1. x668 Position Window Time Position Window Time UINT RW No to ms 7-51

148 7. Object Dictionary x66b, The Velocity Demand Value This displays the position controller output or the trajectory generator output speed. x66b Velocity Demand Value Velocity Demand Value DINT RO Yes - - Vel. unit x66c, The Actual Velocity Value This displays the actual velocity in user-defined position units. x66c Actual Velocity Value Actual Velocity Value DINT RO Yes - - Vel. unit x66d, The Velocity Reached (Velocity Window) This sets the range of the velocity window. If the difference between the target velocity and the actual velocity is retained within the velocity window range (x66d) for the duration of the velocity window time (x66e), then it sets bit 1 of Statusword (x641) to 1. This displays the window in user-defined units. x66d Velocity Window Velocity Window UINT RW No to Vel. unit x66e, The Velocity Window Time This sets the velocity window time. If the difference between the target velocity and the actual velocity is retained within the velocity window range (x66d) for the duration of the velocity window time (x66e), then it sets bit 1 of Statusword (x641) to 1. x66e Velocity Window Time Velocity Window Time UINT RW No to ms 7-52

149 7. Object Dictionary x671, The Target Torque This displays the target torque for the motor in.1% increments of the rated torque. x671 Target Torque INT RW Yes Target Torque to [.1%] x672, Maximum Torque This sets the maximum torque that the motor can output in.1% increments of the rated torque. This is the default maximum motor torque when power is first supplied to the servo drive. x672 Max. Torque Max. Torque UINT RW Yes to Max. motor torque [.1%] x674, The Torque Demand Value This displays the current torque demand in.1% increments of the rated torque. x674 Torque Demand Value Torque Demand Value INT RO Yes - - [.1%] x676, The Motor Rated Torque This displays the rated torque of the motor (mnm). x676 Motor Rated Torque Motor Rated Torque UDINT RO No 1 mnm 7-53

150 7. Object Dictionary x677, The Torque Actual Value This displays the actual torque of the L7N in.1% increments of the rated torque. x677 Torque Actual Value Torque Actual Value INT RO Yes - - [.1%] x67a, The Target Position This sets the target position in Profile Position (Pp) mode and Cyclic Synchronous Position (Csp) mode. This position is applied as an abs/rel flag of the Controlword in Profile Position (Pp) mode according to absolute/relative setting. It is always applied as an absolute in Csp mode. x67a Target Position Target Position DINT RW Yes to x67c, The Home Offset This sets the offset for the origin of the absolute encoder or absolute external scale and the zero position of the actual position (x664). x67c Home Offset Home Offset DINT RW No Incremental encoder to Pos. unit If it finds the home position or it is at the home position, then the position moved by the home offset becomes the zero position. Absolute encoder If the absolute encoder is connected, then the home offset is added to the absolute position (the actual position ). 7-54

151 7. Object Dictionary x67d, The Software Position Limit This sets the software limit. It limits the range of the position demand (x662) and position actual (x664) and checks the new target positions for these ranges every time. The software limit is always relative to the mechanical origin. The minimum software limit is the reverse rotation limit. The maximum software limit is the forward rotation limit. x67d Software Position Limit Number of entries USINT RO No 2-1 Min. position limit DINT RW No 2 Max. position limit DINT RW No x67f, Maximum Profile Velocity This sets the maximum profile velocity in profile mode to to Pos. unit Pos. unit x67f Max. Profile Velocity Max. Profile Velocity UDINT RW Yes to Vel. unit x681, The Profile Velocity This sets the profile velocity in profile mode. x681 Profile Velocity Profile Velocity UDINT RW Yes to Vel. unit x683, Profile Acceleration This sets the acceleration in profile mode. x683 Profile Acceleration Profile Acceleration UDINT RW No to Acc. unit 7-55

152 7. Object Dictionary x684, Profile Deceleration This sets the deceleration in profile mode. x684 Profile Deceleration Profile Deceleration UDINT RW No to Acc. unit x685, Quick Stop Deceleration The system uses quick stop deceleration if the quick stop option code (x65a) is set to 2. x685 Quick Stop Deceleration Quick Stop Deceleration UDINT RW No to Acc. unit x687, The Torque Slope This sets the torque slope in profile torque mode. It adjusts the rated torque per second in.1% increments. x687 Torque Slope UDINT RW Yes Torque Slope to %/s 7-56

153 7. Object Dictionary x698, The Homing Method This sets the homing method. Refer to section 5.4, "Homing." x698 Homing Method Homing Method SINT RW Yes to Details Value Disabled Details 1 Homing using the index pulse and reverse limit contact 2 Homing using the index pulse and forward limit contact 7 to 14 Homing using the index pulse and home contact 24 Same as method 8 (does not use the index pulse) 28 Same as method 12 (does not use the index pulse) 33, 34 Homing to the index pulse 35 Homing to the current position x699, Homing Speeds This sets the homing speed in user-defined units. x699 Homing Speeds Number of entries USINT RO No Speed during search for switch Speed during search for zero UDINT RW Yes UDINT RW Yes to to Vel. unit Vel. unit 7-57

154 7. Object Dictionary x69a, Homing Acceleration This sets the homing acceleration in user-defined units. x69a Homing Acceleration Homing Acceleration UDINT RW No to Acc. unit x6b1, The Velocity Offset This sets the speed feed-forward in Cyclic Synchronous Position (Csp) mode. This also sets the offset added to the speed reference in Cyclic Synchronous Position (Csp) mode. x6b1 Velocity Offset DINT RW Yes Velocity Offset to Vel. unit x6b2, The Torque Offset This sets the torque feed-forward in Cyclic Synchronous Position (Csp) mode and Cyclic Synchronous Velocity (Csv) mode. It also sets the offset added to the torque reference. x6b2 Torque Offset INT RW Yes Torque Offset to [.1%] 7-58

155 7. Object Dictionary x6b8, The Touch Probe Function This sets the touch probe function. x6b8 Touch Probe Function Touch Probe Function UINT RW Yes to xffff - Description Bit Value Definition 1 2 Do not use touch probe 1. 1 Use touch probe 1. Single trigger mode (latch at the first trigger event of the touch probe) 1 Continuous trigger mode (latch at the trigger event for each position of the touch probe) Trigger the input of touch probe 1. 1 Trigger the index pulse signal. 3 Reserved 4 5 Do not use sampling for the rising edge of touch probe 1. 1 Use sampling for the rising edge of touch probe 1. Do not use sampling for the falling edge of touch probe 1. 1 Use sampling for the falling edge of touch probe 1. 6 to 7 Reserved Do not use touch probe 2. 1 Use touch probe 2. Single trigger mode (latch at the first trigger event of the touch probe) 1 Continuous trigger mode (latch at the trigger event for each position of the touch probe) Trigger the input of touch probe 2. 1 Trigger the index pulse signal. 11 Reserved Do not use sampling for the rising edge of touch probe 2. 1 Use sampling for the rising edge of touch probe 2. Do not use sampling for the rising edge of touch probe 2. 1 Use sampling for the rising edge of touch probe to 15 Reserved 7-59

156 7. Object Dictionary x6b9, The Touch Probe Status This displays the status of the touch probe. x6b8 Touch Probe Status Touch Probe Status UINT RO Yes - Description Bit Value Definition 1 2 Do not use touch probe 1. 1 Use touch probe 1. Do not store the position of the rising edge of touch probe 1. 1 Store the position of the rising edge of touch probe 1. Do not store the position for the falling edge of touch probe 1. 1 Store the position for the falling edge of touch probe 1. 3 to 5 Reserved 6, 1 7, Toggle whether to store all update s for the rising edge of touch probe 1. Toggle whether to store all update s for the falling edge of touch probe 1. Do not use touch probe 2. 1 Use touch probe 2. Do not store the position for the falling edge of touch probe 2. 1 Store the position for the falling edge of touch probe 2. Do not store the position for the falling edge of touch probe 2. 1 Store the position for the falling edge of touch probe to 13 Reserved Toggle whether to store all update s for the rising edge of touch probe 2. Toggle whether to store all update s for the rising edge of touch probe 2. In continuous trigger mode, you can toggle whether to save all update s for 6, 7, 14 and 15 bits on the rising/falling edge of the touch probe. To disable bits 1, 2, 9 and 1 (saving the position s on the rising/falling edges of touch probes 1 and 2) of the touch probe state (x6b9), disable bits 4, 5, 12 and 13 (using sampling on the rising/falling edges of touch probes 1 and 2) of the touch probe function (x6b8) and enable them. 7-6

157 7. Object Dictionary x6ba, The Touch Probe 1 Positive Edge Position Value This displays the rising edge position of touch probe 2. x6ba Touch Probe 1 Positive Edge Position Value Touch Probe 1 Positive Edge Position Value DINT RO Yes - Pos. unit x6bb, The Touch Probe 1 Negative Edge Position Value This displays the falling edge position of touch probe 1. x6bb Touch Probe 1 Negative Edge Position Value Touch Probe 1 Negative Edge Position Value DINT RO Yes - Pos. unit x6bc, The Touch Probe 2 Positive Edge Position Value This displays the rising edge position of touch probe 2. x6bc Touch Probe 2 Positive Edge Position Value Touch Probe 2 Positive Edge Position Value DINT RO Yes - Pos. unit x6bd, The Touch Probe 2 Negative Edge Position Value This displays the falling edge position of touch probe 2. x6bd Touch Probe 2 Negative Edge Position Value Touch Probe 2 Negative Edge Position Value DINT RO Yes - Pos. unit 7-61

158 7. Object Dictionary x6c1, The Interpolation Record This records the interpolation data in Interpolated Position (Ip) mode. x6c1 Interpolation Record Number of entries USINT RO No Interpolation data record DINT RW Yes x6c2, The Interpolation Time Period This sets the update interval for the interpolated position to In the DC Sync mode, the interpolation time period is automatically set to the Sync cycle time. In the DC Free-run mode, the interpolation time period is set to the application cycle time of the master. The interpolation time period can be changed in a Switch on Disabled state. x6c2 Interpolation time period - Number of entries USINT RO No Interpolation time period Interpolation time index x6e, The Positive Torque Limit Value USINT RW No 1 to SINT RW No 6 to This sets the torque limit for forward driving in.1% increments of the rated torque. Pos. unit x6e Positive Torque Limit Value Positive Torque Limit Value UINT RW Yes to [.1%] x6e1, The Negative Torque Limit Value This sets the torque limit for reverse driving in.1% increments of the rated torque. x6e1 Negative Torque Limit Value Negative Torque Limit Value UINT RW Yes to [.1%] 7-62

159 7. Object Dictionary x6f4, The Following Error Actual Value The following error actual appears if a following error occurs. x6f4 Following Error Actual Value Following Error Actual Value DINT RO Yes - - Pos. unit x6fc, The Position Demand Internal Value This displays the s output by the trajectory generator in position mode. These s appear as encoder increments. x6fc Position Demand Internal Value Position Demand Internal Value DINT RO Yes - - Pulse x6fd, The Digital Input This indicates the digital input state of the L7N's CN1. x6fd Digital Inputs Digital Inputs UDINT RO Yes - Details Bit Input Details 1 N-OT: The reverse limit switch P-OT: The forward limit switch : Off, 1: On : Off 1: On 2 Home switch : Off, 1: On 3 to 15 Reserved 16 DI#1:CN1-16pin : Switched off (Open), 1: Switched on (Close) 17 DI#2:CN1-17pin : Switched off (Open), 1: Switched on (Close) 18 DI#3:CN1-15pin : Switched off (Open), 1: Switched on (Close) 19 DI#4:CN1-14pin : Switched off (Open), 1: Switched on (Close) 2 DI#5:CN1-8pin : Switched off (Open), 1: Switched on (Close) 21 DI#6:CN1-7pin : Switched off (Open), 1: Switched on (Close) 22 HWBB Hardwired base block signal input (: Open, 1: Close) 23 to 31 Reserved 7-63

160 7. Object Dictionary x6fe, The Digital Output This indicates the digital output state of the L7N's CN controls the actual output state. - 2 defines the logic of the - 1 activated. x6fe Digital Outputs Number of entries USINT RO No 2-1 Physical outputs UDINT RW Yes 2 Bit mask UDINT RW No Description of physical outputs to xffffffff to xffffffff Bit Output Details to 15 Reserved 16 DO#1:CN1 3-4 pin 17 DO#2:CN pin 18 DO#3:CN pin 19 DO#4:CN1 1-2 pin 2 to 23 Reserved - xc - Forced output (: off, 1: on). Provided that x6fe:2.16 is set to 1. Forced output (: off, 1: on). Provided that x6fe:2.17 is set to 1. Forced output (: off, 1: on). Provided that x6fe:2.18 is set to 1. Forced output (: off, 1: on). Provided that x6fe:2.19 is set to DO#1:CN1 3-4 pin Hardware output state (: off, 1: on). 25 DO#2:CN pin Hardware output state (: off, 1: on). 26 DO#3:CN pin Hardware output state (: off, 1: on). 27 DO#4:CN1 1-2 pin Hardware output state (: off, 1: on). 28 to 31 Reserved Description of the output mask Bit Output Details to 15 Reserved 16 DO#1:CN1 3-4 pin DO#1 Forced output enabled 17 DO#2:CN pin DO#2 Forced output enabled 18 DO#3:CN pin DO#3 Forced output enabled 19 DO#4:CN1 1-2 pin DO#4 Forced output enabled 2 to 31 Reserved 7-64

161 7. Object Dictionary x6ff, The Target Velocity This sets the target velocity in user-defined units [Vel. unit] in Profile Velocity (Pv) mode and Cyclic Synchronous Velocity (Csv) mode. x6ff Target Velocity DINT RW Yes Target Velocity to Vel. unit x652, Supported Drive Modes This displays the drive modes that the L7N supports. x652 Supported Drive Modes Supported Drive Modes UDINT RO No - x3fd - Details Bit Supported modes Details Pp (Profile Position mode) 1: Supported 1 Vl (Velocity mode) : Not supported 2 Pv (Profile Velocity mode) 1: Supported 3 Tq (Torque Profile mode) 1: Supported 4 Reserved 5 Hm (Homing mode) 1: Supported 6 Ip (Interpolated Position mode) 1: Supported 7 Csp (Cyclic Sync Position mode) 1: Supported 8 Csv (Cyclic Sync Velocity mode) 1: Supported 9 Cst (Cyclic Sync Torque mode) 1: Supported 1 to 31 Reserved 7-65

162 7. Object Dictionary 7-66

163 8. Handling and Operation 8. Handling and Operation 8.1 Operation Checklist Thoroughly check the following items during the test drive to prevent injuries or damage to the servo motor Wiring Checklist 1. Is the voltage (AC 2 V) appropriate for the power input terminals? 2. Are the power cables (U, V, W, and FG) between the drive and the motor connected correctly? 3. Is the voltage (24 V) connected to the control signal correctly? 4. Is the regenerative resistance appropriate for the capacity and correctly connected? 5. Are the wiring cables free from bends or kinks? 6. Is the ground and wire insulation free from defects? the Drive Signal (CN1) Wiring Checklist Confirm that the wire and contacts for the drive signals are in the state listed on the following table. Pin Number Pin State of Contact Pin Number Pin State of Contact 16 PCON Off 14 HOME Off 17 GAIN2 Off 8 P-OT On 15 ALMRST Off 7 N-OT On The previous table lists the factory default settings. You can allocate different s according to the setting of the input signal allocations ([x22] and [x221]) and input signal logic definition ([x224]) Surrounding Environment Checklist Are there any metal filings or water around the wires? Machine Status Checklist 1. Is the servo motor coupling in good condition? 2. Are the locking bolts fastened tightly? 3. Are there any obstacles that may prohibit operation of the machine? 8-1

164 8. Handling and Operation 8-2

165 9. Product Specifications 9. Product Specifications 9.1 The Servo Motor Product Features Servo Motor (APM- ) SAR3A SAR5A SA1A SB1A SB2A SB4A Applicable Drive (L7 A ) L7 A1 L7 A2 L7 A4 Rated Output kw Rated torque N m kgf cm Maximum instantaneous torque Rated rotation speed Maximum rotation speed Inertia moment Permitted load inertia N m kgf cm RPM 3 RPM 5 kg m2x gf cm s Motor inertia x3 Motor inertia x2 Rated power rate kw/s Speed and position detector Specifications and features Standard Quad. type incremental 248 [P/R] Quad. type incremental 25 [P/R] Option Protection method Time rating Ambient temperature Ambient humidity Atmosphere Serial type bit Fully enclosed self-cooling IP55 (excluding axis penetration) Continuous -4 C 2-8% RH (no condensation) No direct sunlight, corrosive gas, or combustible gas Anti-vibration Vibration acceleration of 49 m/s2 (5G) Weight kg

166 9. Product Specifications APM-SAR3A Rotation Speed - Torque Characteristics APM-SAR5A APM-SA1A Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area APM-SB1A APM-SB2A APM-SB4A Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area 9-2

167 9. Product Specifications Product Features Servo Motor (APM- ) SBN1A SBN2A SBN4A SBN4A-BK SC4A SC6A Applicable Drive (L7 A ) L7 A2 L7 A4 L7 A8 Rated Output kw Rated torque Maximum instantaneous torque Rated rotation speed Maximum rotation speed N m kgf cm N m kgf cm RPM 3 RPM 5 Inertia moment Permitted load inertia kg m2x gf cm s Motor inertia x2 Motor inertia x15 Rated power rate kw/s Speed and position detector Specifications and features Standard Quadrature type incremental 3 [P/R] 25 P/R Option Protection method Time rating Ambient temperature Ambient humidity Atmosphere Anti-vibration Serial type bit Fully enclosed self-cooling IP55 (excluding axis penetration) Continuous -4 C 2-8% RH (no condensation) No direct sunlight, corrosive gas, or combustible gas Vibration acceleration of 49 m/s2 (5G) Fully enclosed self cooling IP65 (excluding axis penetration) Weight kg Rotation Speed - Torque Characteristics APM-SBN1A APM-SBN2A APM-SBN4A Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area APM-SBN4A-BK APM-SC4A APM-SC6A Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area 9-3

168 9. Product Specifications Product Features Servo Motor (APM- ) SC8A SC1A SC3D SC5D SC6D SC7D Applicable Drive (L7 A ) L7 A8 L7 A1 L7 A4B L7 A8 Rated Output kw Rated torque Maximum instantaneous torque Rated rotation speed Maximum rotation speed N m kgf cm N m kgf cm RPM 3 2 RPM 5 3 Inertia moment Permitted load inertia Rated power rate Speed and position detector Specifications and features kg m2x gf cm s Motor inertia x15 kw/s Standard Quadrature type incremental 25 [P/R] 25 P/R Option Protection method Time rating Ambient temperature Ambient humidity Atmosphere Anti-vibration Serial type bit Fully enclosed self cooling IP65 (excluding axis penetration) Continuous -4 C 2-8% RH (no condensation) No direct sunlight, corrosive gas, or combustible gas Vibration acceleration of 49 m/s2 (5G) Weight kg Rotation Speed - Torque Characteristics APM-SC8A APM-SC1A APM-SC3D Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area APM-SC5D APM-SC6D APM-SC7D Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area 9-4

169 9. Product Specifications Product Features Servo Motor (APM- ) SE9A SE15A SE22A SE3A SE6D SE11D Applicable Drive (L7 A ) L7 A8 L7 A2 L7 A35 L7 A8 L7 A1 Rated Output kw Rated torque Maximum instantaneous torque Rated rotation speed Maximum rotation speed N m kgf cm N m kgf cm RPM 3 2 RPM 5 3 Inertia moment Permitted load inertia kg m2x gf cm s Motor inertia x1 Rated power rate kw/s Speed and position detector Specifications and features Standard Option Protection method Time rating Ambient temperature Ambient humidity Atmosphere Anti-vibration Quadrature type incremental 3 [P/R] Serial type bit Fully enclosed self cooling IP65 (excluding axis penetration) Continuous -4 C 2-8% RH (no condensation) No direct sunlight, corrosive gas, or combustible gas Vibration acceleration of 49 m/s2 (5G) Weight kg Rotation Speed - Torque Characteristics APM-SE9A APM-SE15A APM-SE22A Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area APM-SE3A APM-SE6D APM-SE11D Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area 9-5

170 9. Product Specifications Product Features Servo Motor (APM- ) SE16D SE22D SE3M SE6M SE9M SE12M Applicable Drive (L7 A ) L7 A2 L7 A4 L7 A8 L7 A1 L7 A2 Rated Output kw Rated torque Maximum instantaneous torque Rated rotation speed Maximum rotation speed N m kgf cm N m kgf cm RPM 2 1 RPM 3 2 Inertia moment Permitted load inertia kg m2x gf cm s Motor inertia x1 Rated power rate kw/s Speed and position detector Specifications and features Standard Option Protection method Time rating Ambient temperature Ambient humidity Atmosphere Anti-vibration Quadrature type incremental 3 [P/R] Serial type bit Fully enclosed self cooling IP65 (excluding axis penetration) Continuous -4 C 2-8% RH (no condensation) No direct sunlight, corrosive gas, or combustible gas Vibration acceleration of 49 m/s2 (5G) Weight kg Rotation Speed - Torque Characteristics APM-SE16D APM-SE22D APM-SE3M Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area APM-SE6M APM-SE9M APM-SE12M Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area 9-6

171 9. Product Specifications Product Features Servo Motor (APM- ) SF3A SF22D SF35D SF12M SF2M SF3M Applicable Drive (L7 A ) L7 A35 L7 A2 L7 A35 Rated Output kw Rated torque Maximum instantaneous torque Rated rotation speed Maximum rotation speed N m kgf cm N m kgf cm RPM RPM Inertia moment Permitted load inertia kg m2x gf cm s Motor inertia x5 Rated power rate kw/s Speed and position detector Specifications and features Standard Option Protection method Time rating Ambient temperature Ambient humidity Atmosphere Anti-vibration Quadrature type incremental 3 [P/R] Serial type bit Fully enclosed self cooling IP65 (excluding axis penetration) Continuous -4 C 2-8% RH (no condensation) No direct sunlight, corrosive gas, or combustible gas Vibration acceleration of 49 m/s2 (5G) Weight kg Rotation Speed - Torque Characteristics APM-SF3A APM-SF22D APM-LF35D Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area APM-SF12M APM-SF2M APM-LF3M Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area 9-7

172 9. Product Specifications Product Features Servo Motor (APM- ) SE5G SE9G SE13G SE17G SF2G LF3G Applicable Drive (L7 A ) L7 A8 L7 A1 L7 A2 L7 A35 Rated Output kw Rated torque Maximum instantaneous torque Rated rotation speed Maximum rotation speed N m kgf cm N m kgf cm RPM 15 RPM 3 Inertia moment Permitted load inertia kg m2x gf cm s Motor inertia x1 Motor inertia x5 Rated power rate kw/s Speed and position detector Specifications and features Standard Option Protection method Time rating Ambient temperature Ambient humidity Atmosphere Anti-vibration Quadrature type incremental 3 [P/R] Serial type bit Fully enclosed self cooling IP65 (excluding axis penetration) Continuous -4 C 2-8% RH (no condensation) No direct sunlight, corrosive gas, or combustible gas Vibration acceleration of 49 m/s2 (5G) Weight kg Rotation Speed - Torque Characteristics APM-SE5G APM-SE9G APM-SE13G Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area APM-SE17G APM-SF2G APM-LF3G Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area used area Continuously used area used area Continuously used area used area 9-8

173 9. Product Specifications Product Features Servo Motor (APM- ) SG22D LG35D SG2G LG3G SG12M SG2M Applicable Drive (L7 A ) L7 A35 L7SA2 L7SA35 Rated Output kw Rated torque Maximum instantaneous torque Rated rotation speed Maximum rotation speed N m kgf cm N m kgf cm RPM RPM Inertia moment Permitted load inertia kg m2x gf cm s Motor inertia x5 Rated power rate kw/s Speed and position detector Specifications and features Standard Option Protection method Time rating Ambient temperature Ambient humidity Atmosphere Anti-vibration Quadrature type incremental 3 [P/R] Serial type bit Fully enclosed self cooling IP65 (excluding axis penetration) Continuous -4 C 2-8% RH (no condensation) No direct sunlight, corrosive gas, or combustible gas Vibration acceleration of 49 m/s2 (5G) Weight kg Rotation Speed - Torque Characteristics APM-SG22D APM-LG35D APM-SG2G Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area APM-LG3G APM-SG12M APM-SG2M Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area 9-9

174 9. Product Specifications Product Features Servo Motor (APM- ) LG3M HB1A HB2A HB4A HE9A HE15A Applicable Drive (L7 A ) L7 A35 L7 A2 L7 A4 L7 A8 L7 A2 Rated Output kw Rated torque Maximum instantaneous torque Rated rotation speed Maximum rotation speed N m kgf cm N m kgf cm RPM 1 3 RPM 2 5 Inertia moment Permitted load inertia kg m2x gf cm s x5 Motor inertia x2 Motor inertia x1 Rated power rate kw/s Speed and position detector Specifications and features Standard Quadrature type incremental 124P/R 248 P/R Option Protection method Time rating Ambient temperature Ambient humidity Atmosphere Anti-vibration IP65 Serial type bit Fully enclosed self-cooling IP55 (excluding axis penetration) Continuous -4 C 2-8% RH (no condensation) No direct sunlight, corrosive gas, or combustible gas Vibration acceleration of 49 m/s2 (5G) Weight kg Rotation Speed - Torque Characteristics APM-LG3M APM-HB1A APM-HB2A Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area APM-HB4A APM-HE9A APM-HE15A Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area 9-1

175 9. Product Specifications Product Features Servo Motor (APM- ) FB1A FB2A FB4A FC4A FC6A FC8A Applicable Drive (L7 A ) L7 A1 L7 A2 L7 A4 L7 A8 L7 A1 Rated Output kw Rated torque Maximum instantaneous torque Rated rotation speed Maximum rotation speed N m kgf cm N m kgf cm RPM 3 RPM 5 Inertia moment Permitted load inertia kg m2x gf cm s Motor inertia x2 Motor inertia x15 Rated power rate kw/s Speed and position detector Specifications and features Standard Option Protection method Time rating Ambient temperature Ambient humidity Atmosphere Anti-vibration Serial type 19 bit None Fully enclosed self-cooling IP55 (excluding axis penetration) Continuous -4 C 2-8% RH (no condensation) No direct sunlight, corrosive gas, or combustible gas Vibration acceleration of 49 m/s2 (5G) Weight kg Rotation Speed - Torque Characteristics APM-FB1A APM-FB2A APM-FB4A Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area APM-FC4A APM-FC6A APM-FC8A Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area 9-11

176 9. Product Specifications Product Features Servo Motor (APM- ) FC1A FC3D FC5D FC6D FC7D Applicable Drive (L7 A ) L7 A1 L7 A4 L7 A8 L7 A1 Rated Output kw Rated torque Maximum instantaneous torque Rated rotation speed Maximum rotation speed N m kgf cm N m kgf cm RPM 3 2 RPM 45 3 Inertia moment Permitted load inertia kg m2x gf cm s Motor inertia x15 Rated power rate kw/s Speed and position detector Specifications and features Standard Option Protection method Time rating Ambient temperature Ambient humidity Atmosphere Anti-vibration Serial type 19 bit None Fully enclosed self-cooling IP55 (excluding axis penetration) Continuous -4 C 2-8% RH (no condensation) No direct sunlight, corrosive gas, or combustible gas Vibration acceleration of 49 m/s2 (5G) Weight kg Rotation Speed - Torque Characteristics APM-FC1A APM-FC3D APM-FC5D Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area Continuously used area APM-FC6D APM-FC7D Repeatedly used area Repeatedly used area Continuously used area Continuously used area 9-12

177 9. Product Specifications Electric Brake Specifications Applicable Motor Series Purpose APM-SA APM-SB APM-SC APM-SE APM-SF APM-SG APM-FB APM-FC Maintenance of stop(refer to Note 2 below) Input voltage (V) DC 24 V DC 9 V DC24V Static friction torque (N m) Capacity (W) Coil resistance (Ω) Rated current (A) Braking mechanism Insulation grade Note 1) Note 2) Note 3) Note 4) Spring brake Grade F The same specifications apply to all electric brakes installed in our servo motors. Electric brakes are designed to maintain a stop. Never use them for absolute braking. The characteristics of the electric brakes were measured at 2 C. These brake specifications are subject to change. Check the voltage specifications on your specific motor. 9-13

178 9. Product Specifications Outline Diagram SA Series APM-SAR3A, APM-SAR5A, APM-SA1A, APM- SA15A External Dimensions L LM LC CB Weight (kg) SAR3A 1(137.5) 76(112.5) (12.5).32(.67) SAR5A 18(144.5) 83(119.5) (19.5).38(.73) SA1A 125(161.5) 1(136.5) (126.5).5(.85) SA15A Note 1) Note 2) Note 3) The 4 flange model has a standard straight shaft end. Use DC power (24 V) to operate the brake. The sizes in parentheses apply when attached to the brakes. 9-14

179 9. Product Specifications SB Series APM-SB1A, APM-SB2A, APM-SB4A External Dimensions L LM LC CB Weight (kg) SB1A 121.5(161.5) 91.5(131.5) (11).82(1.4) SB2A 135.5(175.5) 15.5(145.5) (115) 1.8(1.66) SB4A 163.5(23.5) 133.5(173.5) (143) 1.58(2.16) Note 1) Note 2) Use DC power (24 V) to operate the brake. The sizes in parentheses apply when attached to the brakes. 9-15

180 9. Product Specifications SC Series APM-SC4A, SC3D, APM-SC6A, SC5D, APM-SC8A, SC6D, APM-SC1A, SC7D SC4A, SC3D SC6A, SC5D SC8A, SC6D SC1A, SC7D External Dimensions L LM LC CB S Weight (kg) 158(198.5) 118(158.5) 79 87(127.5) (2.92) 178(218.5) 138(178.5) 99 17(147.5) (3.56) 198(238.5) 158(198.5) (167.5) (4.22) 218(258.5) 178(218.5) (187.5) (4.94) Note 1) Note 2) Use DC power (24 V) to operate the brake. The sizes in parentheses apply when attached to the brakes. 9-16

181 9. Product Specifications SE Series APM-SE9A, SE6D, SE5G, SE3M, APM-SE15A, SE11D,SE9G,SE6M, APM-SE22A, SE16D, SE13G, SE9M, APM-SE3A, SE22D, SE17G, SE12M SE9A, SE6D, SE5G, SE3M SE15A, SE11D, SE9G, SE6M SE22A, SE16D, SE13G, SE9M SE3A, SE22D, SE17G, SE12M External Dimensions Key Dimensions L LM LC S T W U Weight (kg) 21(24) 143(182) (7.4) 225(264) 167(26) (9.8) 249(288) 191(23) (11.22) 273(312) 215(254) (13.32) Note 1) Note 2) Use DC power (24 V) to operate the brake. The sizes in parentheses apply when attached to the brakes. 9-17

182 9. Product Specifications SF Series APM-SF3A, SF22D, SF2G, SF12M, APM-SF35D, SF3G, SF2M, APM-SF3M SF3A, SF22D, SF2G, SF12M SF5A, SF35D, SF3G, SF2M External Dimensions Key Dimensions Weight (kg) L LM LC LR S QK T W U 262(315) 183(235) (19.2) 296(348) 217(268) (24.9) SF3M 346(398) 267(318) (33.4) Note 1) Note 2) Note 3) SF3M or higher models have eye bolts. Use DC power (24 V) to operate the brake. The sizes in parentheses apply when attached to the brakes. 9-18

183 9. Product Specifications SG Series APM-SG22D, SG2G, SG12M, APM-SG35D, SG3G, SG2M, APM-SG3M SG22D, SG2G, SG12M SG35D, SG3G, SG2M SG3M External Dimensions Shaft, Key Dimensions Weight (Kg) L LM LC LR LF S Q QK T W U 237 (33) 257 (323) 293 (359) 172 (238) 192 (258) 228 (294) (3.76) (35.7) 3.8 (44.94) Note 1) Note 2) Use DC power (9 V) to operate the brake. The sizes in parentheses apply when attached to the brakes. 9-19

184 9. Product Specifications APM-HB1A (Hollow Shaft), APM-HB2A (Hollow Shaft), APM-HB4A (Hollow Shaft) External Dimensions L LM LC CB Hollow Shaft Diameter Weight (kg) HB1A HB2A HB4A

185 9. Product Specifications APM-HE9A (Hollow Shaft), APM-HE15A (Hollow Shaft) External Dimensions L LM LC Hollow Shaft Diameter Weight (kg) HE9A HE15A

186 9. Product Specifications FB Series : APM-FB1A, APM-FB2A, APM-FB4A External Dimensions L LM LC Weight(kg) FB1A 19(149.2) 79(119.2) 43.5(43).72(1.3) FB2A 12(16.2) 9(13.2) 54.5(54).94(1.52) FB4A 14(15.2) 11(15.2) 74.5(74) 1.32(1.9) Note 1) Note 2) Use DC power (24V) to operate the brake. The sizes in parentheses apply when attached to the brakes. 9-22

187 9. Product Specifications SC Series APM-FC4A,FC3D, APM-FC6A,FC5D, APM-FC8A,FC6D, APM-FC1A,FC7D External Dimensions L LM LC S Weight(kg) FC4A,FC3D 136.5(177) 96.5(137) 61(6.5) (2.6) FC6A,FC5D 154.5(195) 114.5(155) 79(78.5) (3.22) FC8A,FC6D 172.5(213) 132.5(173) 97(96.5) (3.76) FC1A,FC7D 19.5(231) 15.5(191) 115(114.5) (4.34) Note 1) Note 2) Use DC power (24V) to operate the brake. The sizes in parentheses apply when attached to the brakes. 9-23

188 9. Product Specifications 9.2 The Servo Drive Product Features Item L7NA 1B L7NA 2B L7NA 4B L7NA 8B L7NA 1B L7NA 2B L7NA 35B Input power Main power Control power 3-phase AC 2-23 V (-15-1[%]), 5-6 [Hz] Single-phase AC 2-23 V (-15-1[%]), 5-6 [Hz] Rated current (A) Peak current (A) Encoder Serial 17 bit/19 bit/21 bit Speed control range Frequency response Maximum 1: 5 Maximum 1 khz or more (when the 19-bit serial encoder is applied) Control performance Speed change rate Torque control repetition accuracy ±.1% or lower (when the load changes between and 1%) ±.1% or less (temperature of 25 (±1)) Within ±1% Supported drive modes (CiA42) Profile Position Mode Profile Velocity Mode Profile Torque Mode Interpolated Position Mode Cyclic Synchronous Position Mode Cyclic Synchronous Velocity Mode Cyclic Synchronous Torque Mode Homing Mode Digital input A total of 6 input channels (allocable) PCON, GAIN2, ALMRST, HOME, P-OT, N-OT You can selectively allocate a total of 6 functions. You can set the positive/negative logic of the selected signal. Digital input/output Additional communicatio n Touch probe input Digital output USB There are 2 input channels. Provides rising and falling edge detection functions for each channel. A total of 4 channels (allocable) ALARM, READY, ZSPD, BRAKE, INPOS, INSPD, WARN You can selectively allocate a total of 7 output types. You can set the positive/negative logic of the selected signal. You can download programs through the USB connection. 9-24

189 9. Product Specifications Item L7NA 1B L7NA 2B L7NA 4B L7NA 8B L7NA 1B L7NA 2B L7NA 35B Built-in functions Dynamic braking Regenerati ve braking Display function Selfsetting function Additional function Protection function Temperatu re Standard built-in brake (activated when the servo alarm goes off or when the servo is off). Both the default built-in brake and an externally installed brake are possible. Seven segments (5 DIGIT) The [Mode] key changes the content displayed in the 7 segments. Auto gain tuning function Overcurrent, overload, overvoltage, low voltage, main power input error, control power input error, overspeed, motor cable, heating error (power module heating, drive temperature error), encoder error, excessive regeneration, sensor error, communication error ~ 5[ ] Environment Humidity 9% RH or less (no condensation) Environme nt Indoors in an area free from corrosive or combustible gases, liquids, or dust. 9-25

190 9. Product Specifications Outline Diagram L7NA1B - L7NA4 Weight: 1.2 kg L7NA8B ~ L7NA1B Weight: 1.5 kg (including the cooling fan) 9-26

191 9. Product Specifications L7NA2B ~ L7NA35B Weight: 2.5 kg (including the cooling fan) 9-27

192 9. Product Specifications 9.3 Options and Peripheral Devices Option (serial encoder cable) Category Product (Note 1) Applicable Motors Specifications Motor connection Drive connection (CN2) For signaling Serial type encoder cable (small capacity) APCS- E CS All models of APM-SA, APM-SB, APM-SC and APM-HB Series 1. Motor connection a. Cap specifications (9 positions): (AMP) b. Socket specifications: (AMP) 2. Drive connection (CN2) a. Case specifications: A-8 (3M) b. Connector specifications: VE (3M) 3. Cable specifications: 4Px.2SQ (AWG24) Motor connection Drive connection (CN2) For signaling Serial type encoder cable (medium capacity) APCS- E DS All models of APM-SE, APM-SF, APM-SG, APM-LF, APM-LG and APM-HE Series 1. Motor connection (MS: Military Standard) c. Plug specifications: MS318B (MS316B) 2-29S 2. Drive connection (CN2) a. Case specifications: A-8 (3M) b. Connector specifications: VE (3M) 3. Cable specifications: 4Px.2SQ (AWG24) Motor connection Drive connection (CN2) For signaling Encoder cable for flat type motor (small capacity) APC- E ES All models of APM-FB and APM-FC Series 1. Motor connection a. Cap specifications: Tyco 7pin 2. Drive connection(cn2) a. Case specifications: A-8(3M) b. Connector specifications: VE(3M) 3. Cable specifications: 4Px.2SQ(AWG24) Note 1) The in the name indicates the type and length of each cable. Refer to the following table for this information. Cable length (m) Robot cable F3 F5 F1 F2 Regular cable N3 N5 N1 N2 9-28

193 9. Product Specifications Optional power cable Category Product (Note 1) Applicable Motors Specifications Motor connection Drive connection For power Standard power cable APCS- P GS All models of APM-SA, APM-SB, APM-SC and APM-HB Series 1. Motor connection a. Cap specifications (4 positions): (AMP) b. Socket specifications: (AMP) 2. Drive connection (U, V, W, and FG) a. 1) U,Vand W pin specifications:ua-f1512(seoil) b. 2) FG pin specifications: (Ring terminal) 3. Cable specifications: 4Cx.75SQ (AWG18) (APM-SAR3A, SAR5A, and SA1A use.5sq) Motor connection Drive connection For power Brake power cable APC- P KB All models of APM-SA APM-SB APM-SC Series 1. Motor connection a. Cap specifications (6 positions): (AMP) b. Socket specifications: (AMP) 2. For braking power a. Connection terminal specifications: 1.25x3 (KET GP1112) b. Cable specifications: 2Cx.75SQ (AWG18) Motor connection Drive connection For power Standard power cable APCS- P HS All models of APM-SE APM-HE Series 1. Motor connection (MS: Military Standard) a. Plug specifications: MS318B (MS316B) 2-4S 2. Drive connection (U, V, W, and FG) a. U, V and W pin specifications: UA-F212 (SEOIL) b. FG pin specifications: (ring terminal) 3. Cable specifications: 4Cx2.SQ (AWG14) Note: The connection of the drive end on the APM- SE3M Series cable uses a UA-F1512 pin. 9-29

194 9. Product Specifications Category Product (Note 1) Applicable Motors Specifications For power Standard power cable APCS- P IS APM-SF3A APM-SF22D APM-LF35D APM-SF2G APM-LF3G APM-SF12M APM-SF2M APM-LF3M APM-SG22D APM-LG35D APM-SG2G APM-LG3G APM-SG12M APM-SG2M APM-LG3M Motor connection Drive connection 1. Motor connection (MS: Military Standard) a. Plug specifications: MS318B(MS316B)22-22S 2. Drive connection (U, V, W, and FG) a. U, V and W pin specifications: UA-F412 (SEOIL) b. FG pin specifications: (Ring terminal) 3. Cable specifications: 4Cx3.5SQ (AWG12) Motor connection Drive connection For power Power cable for flat type motor(small capacity) APCS- P FS All models of APM-FB and APM-FC Series 1. Motor connection a. Plug specifications: JN4AT4NJ1-R(JAE) b. Socket specifications: ST-TMH-SC1B(JAE) 2. Drive connections(u,v,w and FG) a. U,V and W pin specifications: UA-F412(SEOIL) b. FG pin specifications: (Ring terminal) 3. Cable specifications: 4Cx.75SQ(AWG18) Motor connection Drive connection For power Brake cable for flat type motor(small capacity) APCS- B QS All models of APM-FB and APM-FC Series 1. Motor connection a. Plug specifications: JN4FT2SJ1-R(JAE) b. Socket specifications: ST-TMH-S-C1B(JAE) 2. Drive connection a. Connection terminal specifications: 1.25x3(KET GP1112) 3. Cable specifications: 2Cx.75SQ(AWG18) Note 1) The in the name indicates the type and length of each cable. Refer to the following table for this information. Cable length (m) Robot cable F3 F5 F1 F2 Regular cable N3 N5 N1 N2 9-3

195 9. Product Specifications Optional cables Category Product (Note 1) Applicable Drive Specifications [Upper controller] [Servo drive CN5] Indicates Pin no. For signaling CN1 Cable APCS- CN1 A L7 Series 1. Drive connection (CN1) a. Case specifications: A-8(3M) b. Connector specifications: 112-3VE(3M) 2. Cable specifications: ROW-SB.1Cx2C(AWG28) [PC - USB port] [Servo drive CN5] For signaling Communicati on cable APCS- CM5L7U L7 Series 1. PC connection: USB A plug 2. Drive connection (CN5): Mini USB 5P plug 3. Electrical requirements: Double shielded, twisted pair, EMI filter installation (similar product: KU-AMB518 by SANWA) 11 1 CN CN1 Connector APC- CN2NNA L7N Series Case specifications: A2-8(3M) 2. Connector specifications: 112-3VE(3M) CN CN6 Connector APC-CN6J L7N Series 1. Case specification: A-8(3M) CN CN3/4 Connector APCS- CN4NNA L7N Series Note 1) 1. Case specification: A-8(3M) The in the name indicates the length of each cable. Refer to the following table for this information. Cable length (m) Indication

196 9. Product Specifications Optional braking resistance Category Product Applicable Drive Specifications Resistanc e Braking resistance APC- 14R5 L7NA1B L7NA2B L7NA4B Resistanc e Braking resistance APC- 3R3 L7NA8B L7NA1B Resistanc e Braking resistance APC- 6R3 L7NA2B (2P) L7NA35B (3P) 9-32

197 9. Product Specifications 9-33

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199 1. Maintenance and Inspection 1. Maintenance and Inspection 1.1 Maintenance and Inspection This chapter explains how to perform basic maintenance and inspection tasks as well as diagnose and troubleshoot the servo motor and drive Precautions 1. Measuring the motor voltage: The PWM controls the voltage output from the servo amp to the motor. Because of this, the waves take the form of pulses. Use a rectifier voltmeter for accurate measurements because different meters may produce different results. 2. Measuring the motor current: Use a moving iron ammeter and wait for the motor's reactance to smooth the pulse waveform into sine waves. 3. Measuring the electric power: Use an electrodynamometer based on the 3 power meter method. 4. Other gauges: When using an oscilloscope or digital voltmeter, do not allow them to touch the ground. Use a 1 ma or less input current gauge What to Inspect Wait at least 1 minutes after turning off the power before beginning the inspection because the condenser can hold enough voltage to cause an electrical accident. (1) Inspecting the Servo Motor Caution Wait at least 1 minutes after turning off the power before beginning the inspection because the condenser can hold enough voltage to cause an electrical accident. Inspection Item Inspection Period Inspection and Handling Notes Vibration and sound check Monthly Touch the motor and listen for sounds. The feel and sounds should be the same as usual. Inspect the exterior of the motor Depends on the amount of contamination or damage. Clean the motor with a cloth or air pressure. - Measure the insulation resistance At least once a year Disconnect the motor from the drive and measure the insulation resistance. A normal resistance level is 1 MΩ or higher. Note 1) Contact our service center if the resistance is lower than 1 MΩ. Replace the oil seal At least once every 5, hours Remove the oil seal from the motor and replace it. This only applies to motors with an oil seal. 1-1

200 1. Maintenance and Inspection Inspection Item Inspection Period Inspection and Handling Notes General inspection At least once every 2, hours or after 5 years. Contact our service center. Do not disassemble the servo motor yourself. Note 1) Measure the resistance between the FG and one of the U, V, and W power lines on the servo motor. (2) Inspecting the Servo Drive Inspection Item Inspection Period Inspection process What to do if you find an abnormality Clean the main body and control board At least once a year Check if there is any dust or oil on the components. Clean it with air pressure or a cloth. Check for loose screws At least once a year Check whether the screws are loose on the terminals and connectors. Tighten the screws. Check for defective parts on the main body or the control board At least once a year Check for discoloration, damage, or disconnection caused by heat. Contact our company. 1-2

201 1. Maintenance and Inspection Replacing Parts Mechanical friction and aging may deteriorate the following parts or even cause them to malfunction. This makes it important to conduct regular maintenance checks and replace worn parts. 1. The smoothing condenser: Ripple currents and other factors can cause this part to wear. The lifespan of this part depends on the operating temperature and environment. It normally lasts for 1 years if used continuously in a normal air-conditioned environment. Inspect the condenser at least once each year because it can rapidly age over a short period of time once it starts to deteriorate (inspect it more frequently as it approaches obsolescence). Visual inspection criteria: a. The condition of the case: Check for deformations on the sides and bottom. b. The condition of the lid: Check for notable expansion, severe cracks, or broken parts. c. The relief valve: Check for notable valve expansion and operation. d. Also regularly check whether the exterior is cracked, discolored, or leaking and whether there are any broken parts. The condenser is obsolete when its capacity degrades to less than 85% of the rated capacity. 2. The relays: Check for bad connections and wear and tear on the contacts caused by switching currents. A relay is obsolete when its accumulated number of switches reaches 1,, depending on the power capacity. 3. Motor bearings: Replace the bearings after 2, to 3, hours of operation at the rated speed under the rated load. Replace the bearings if abnormal sounds or vibrations are detected during inspection, depending on the operating conditions. The Standard Part Replacement Cycle Part Standard Replacement Cycle Method Smoothing condenser 7-8 years Replace (determine after inspection). Relays - Determine after inspection Fuses 1 years Replace Aluminum electrolytic condensers on printed boards 5 years Cooling fans 4-5 years Replace Replace with new boards (determined after inspection) Motor bearings - Determine after inspection Motor oil seal 5, hours Replace 1-3

202 1. Maintenance and Inspection 1.2 Diagnosing and Troubleshooting Abnormalities AL- appears if a problem occurs during operation. If this happens, try to solve the problem by following the troubleshooting advice given in this section. If the problem persists, contact our service center The Servo Motor Cause of abnormalities, inspection procedure, and troubleshooting methods Symptoms Causes Inspection process Remedies The motor does not move. Motor rotation is unstable. The motor overheats. The device is making a strange sound. The P-OT and N-OT inputs are off. The motor has defects. Refer to section 3.6, "Signals." Use a resistance tester to measure the resistance to the motor lead terminal (resistance between phases: several ohms). The locking screws are loose. Check the locking screws. The external wiring is incorrect or the cables are disconnected. The encoder has defects. The connection is bad. Check the wires to the motor and the encoder. Check the output waves. Check the connection of the motor lead terminal. Turn on the P-OT and N-OT inputs. Replace the motor. Tighten any loose screws. Redo the wiring. Replace the cables. Replace the encoder. (Contact our service center.) Fix any bad connections. The input voltage is low. Check the input voltage of the drive. Change the power source. Overloads occur. The ambient temperature is too high. The surface of the motor is contaminated. Overloads occur. The magnetic power of the magnets is reduced. Coupling is bad. The bearings are abnormal. The parameters are set incorrectly (the inertia, gain, and time constants). Check the condition of the machine. Check the temperature around the motor. (4 or lower) Check whether there are any foreign substances on the surface of the motor. Check the load on the drive. Check the acceleration/deceleration time. Check the counter voltage and voltage waveforms. Tighten the coupling screws and measure the concentricity of the connection. Check the bearings for vibrations and sounds. Check the parameters. Remove any foreign substances from the rotating unit and grease or lubricate it. Change heat transfer structure. Install a cooling fan. Clean the surface of the motor. Reduce the load. Increase the acceleration/deceleration time. Use a motor with a greater capacity. Replace the motor. Readjust the coupling. Contact us. Refer to Chapter 6, "Object Dictionary." 1-4

203 1. Maintenance and Inspection The Servo Drive If an alarm occurs, then the malfunction signal output contact (ALARM) goes off and the dynamic brake stops the motor. Alarm Code Details What to check IPM Fault IPM temperature Overcurrent Current offset Overcurrent (/CL) Continuous overload Room temperature Regen. Overload Overcurrent (H/W) IPM overheat Overcurrent (S/W) Abnormal current offset Overcurrent (H/W) Continuous overload Drive overheat Regenerative overload Check for incorrect wiring in the drive output and encoder. Check the motor ID, drive ID, and encoder settings. Determine whether there is a conflict or binding in the equipment. Check for incorrect wiring in the drive output and encoder. Check the motor ID, drive ID, and encoder settings. Determine whether there is a conflict or binding in the equipment. Check for incorrect wiring in the drive output and encoder. Check the motor ID, drive ID, and encoder settings. Determine whether there is a conflict or binding in the equipment. Check whether the U-phase current offset [x2614] and V-phase current offset [x2615] are 5% of the rated current or higher. Replace the drive. Check for incorrect wiring in the drive output and encoder. Check the motor ID, drive ID, and encoder settings. Determine whether there is a conflict or binding in the equipment. Determine whether there is a conflict or binding in the equipment. Check the load and the condition of the brake. Check for incorrect wiring in the drive output and encoder. Check the motor ID, drive ID, and encoder settings. Check the temperature inside the drive [St- 19]. Install a cooling fan and check the load. Check the input voltage, regenerative braking resistance, and wiring. Replace the drive. Motor cable open Motor disconnection Check the wiring of the motor. Encoder comm. Encoder cable open Serial encoder communication error Encoder cable disconnection Check for incorrect wiring of the serial encoder. Check whether the encoder cable is disconnected. 1-5

204 1. Maintenance and Inspection Alarm Code Details What to check Encoder data error Encoder data error Check the encoder settings and wiring. Motor setting error Motor ID setting error Replace the encoder. Under voltage Low voltage Check input voltage and power unit wiring. Overvoltage RST power fail Control power fail Over speed limit Position following Over pulse CMD Overvoltage Main power failure Control power failure Overspeed Excessive position error Pulse command frequency error Check the input voltage and wiring. Check the braking resistance for damage. Check for excessive regenerative operation. Check the regenerative resistance. Check the power unit wiring and power supply. Check the power unit wiring and power supply. Check the encoder, encoder settings, encoder wiring, gain settings, motor wiring, motor ID, electric gear ratio, and speed command scale. Check the Following Error Window [x665], wiring and limit contacts, gain setting s, encoder settings, and electric gear ratio settings. Check the load on the equipment and whether there is binding on the equipment. Check the pulse command frequency on the upper level controller. Check the command pulse type. Parameter checksum Parameter error Restore the default parameters [x111]. Parameter range Parameter range error Restore the default parameters [x111]. EtherCAT Comm.Err 1 EtherCAT Comm.Err 2 EtherCAT Comm.Err 3 EtherCAT communication malfunction Check the CN3 and CN4 connectors and the EtherCAT communication cable. Replace the drive. Invalid factory setting Invalid factory settings Restore the default parameters [x111]. GPIO setting Output contact point setting error Restore the default parameters [x111]. 1-6

205 1. Maintenance and Inspection A warning code appears in the current operation status [St-] if the servo drive is operating abnormally. Check the warning code to determine what you need to inspect. For EMG [ㅂ-8] errors, however, the dynamic brake stops the motor. Warning State (CODE) Details and causes What to check RST_PFAIL LOW_BATT OV_TCMD OV_VCMD OV_LOAD SETUP UD_VTG EMG Main power phase loss Low battery Excessive Torque Command Excessive speed command Overload warning Capacity settings Low voltage warning EMG warning The equipment does not receive main power when the handling method for the main power phase loss [x23] is set to 1. The output voltage of the encoder backup battery is insufficient when applying an absolute encoder. You have exceeded the maximum number of torque commands. You have exceeded the maximum number of speed commands. The accumulated overload has reached the overload warning level [x2a]. The electric current capacity of the motor is larger than that of the drive. The DC-link voltage does not exceed 19 V when the handling method for the main power phase loss [x23] is set to 1. Check the emergency stop contact signal and the external 24 V power. 1-7

206 Time (sec.) 1. Maintenance and Inspection Servo Drive Overload Graphs (4 W or less) (1) Rotation overload graph Load (%) 1% or less AL-21 Occurri ng Time (sec) Max Min Load (%) AL-21 Occurri ng Time (sec) Max Min Load curve during rotation Load rate (%) 1-8

207 Time (sec.) 1. Maintenance and Inspection (2) Stoppage overload graph Load (%) 1% or less AL-21 Occurrin g Time (sec) Max Min Load (%) AL-21 Occurri ng Time (sec) Max Min Load curve when stopped Load rate (%) 1-9

208 Time (sec.) 1. Maintenance and Inspection Servo Drive Overload Graphs (SA type,1 W or less) (1) Rotation overload graph Load (%) 1% or less AL-21 Occurrin g Time (sec) Max Min Load (%) AL-21 Occurri ng Time (sec) Max Min Load curve during rotation 1W or Lower SA Load rate (%) 1-1

209 Time (sec.) 1. Maintenance and Inspection (2) Stoppage overload graph Load (%) 1% or less AL-21 Occurri ng Time (sec) Max Min Load (%) AL-21 Occurri ng Time (sec) Max Min Load curve when stopped 1 W or Lower SA Load rate (%) 1-11

210 Time (sec.) 1. Maintenance and Inspection Servo Drive Overload Graphs (8 W and 1 KW) (1) Rotation overload graph Load (%) 1% or less AL-21 Occurri ng Time (sec) Max Min Load (%) AL-21 Occurri ng Time (sec) Max Min Load curve during rotation Load rate (%) 1-12

211 Time (sec.) 1. Maintenance and Inspection (2) Stoppage overload graph Load (%) 1% or less AL-21 Occurrin g Time (sec) Max Min Load (%) AL-21 Occurri ng Time (sec) Max Min Load curve when stopped Load rate (%) 1-13

212 Time (sec.) 1. Maintenance and Inspection Servo Drive Overload Graphs (2 KW and 3.5 KW) (1) Rotation overload graph Load (%) 1% or less AL-21 Occurri ng Time (sec) Max Min Load (%) AL-21 Occurri ng Time (sec) Max Min Load curve during rotation Load rate (%) 1-14

213 Time (sec.) 1. Maintenance and Inspection (2) Stoppage overload graph Load (%) 1% or less AL-21 Occurrin g Time (sec) Max Min Load (%) AL-21 Occurri ng Time (sec) Max Min Load curve when stopped Load rate (%) 1-15

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