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Drive Technology \ Drive Automation \ System Integration \ Services

Operating Instructions

MOVISAFE UCS.B Safety Modules

Edition 05/2010

16935616 / EN
SEW-EURODRIVEDriving the world

Contents

1 General Information.... 8 1.1 1.2 How to use the operating instructions.. 8 Structure of the safety notes... 8 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.3.1 3.2 Meaning of the signal words... 8 Structure of section safety notes.. 8 Structure of the embedded safety notes.. 8
Right to claim under warranty... 9 Exclusion of liability... 9 Copyright.... 9 Other applicable documentation... 9 General information.... 10 Target group... 10 Designated use.... 11 Transportation and storage... 11 Installation.... 11 Electrical connection... 12 Operation... 12 Definitions.... 12 General structure and safety technology architecture.. 13 Safety functions... 15 3.2.1 3.2.2 3.2.3 3.2.4 3.2.5 3.2.6 3.2.7 3.2.8 3.2.9 3.2.10 3.2.11 3.2.12 3.2.13 3.2.14 3.2.15 STO (Safe Torque Off).. 15 SS1b (Safe Stop 1)... 16 SS1c (Safe Stop 1)... 17 SS2b (Safe Stop 2)... 18 SS2c (Safe Stop 2)... 19 SOS (Safe Operating Stop).. 20 SLA (Safely Limited Acceleration).. 21 SAR (Safe Acceleration Range).. 22 SLS (Safely Limited Speed).. 23 SSR (Safe Speed Range)... 24 SDI (Safe Direction).. 25 SLI (Safely Limited Increment).. 26 SLP (Safely Limited Position).. 27 SCA (Safe Cam).. 28 SBC (Safe Brake Control)... 29

Safety Notes.... 10

Integrated Safety Technology... 13

Limitations.... 30

Operating Instructions MOVISAFE UCS.B
Unit Design.... 31 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 Unit properties... 31 Scope of delivery... 31 Nameplate of UCS.B... 32 Unit design of basic modules... 33 4.4.1 4.4.2 4.4.3 4.5 4.6 4.5.1 4.6.1 UCS10B... 33 UCS11B... 34 UCS12B... 35 UCS23B... 36 UCS25B... 37
Unit design of expansion module.. 36 Unit design of diagnostic module.. 37
Mechanical Installation... 38 5.1 5.2 General installation notes... 38 Installation notes.... 38 5.2.1 5.2.2 5.2.3 5.2.4 5.2.5 5.2.6 5.2.7 Dimension drawing for support rail.. 39 Installation clearance... 39 Expansion options... 40 Backplane bus connectors.. 41 Registration of an expansion module.. 42 Step-by-step installation of MOVISAFE UCS.B.. 43 Step-by-step disassembly of MOVISAFE UCS.B.. 44
Electrical Installation.... 45 6.1 Connection and terminal description of the basic modules.. 45 6.1.1 6.1.2 6.2 6.2.1 6.2.2 6.3 6.3.1 6.3.2 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 Part numbers.... 45 Terminal description... 46 Part number... 48 Terminal description... 49 Part number... 50 Terminal description... 50
Connection and terminal description for expansion module UCS23B. 48
Connection and terminal description for diagnostic module. 50
Measures for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).. 51 External DC 24 V supply... 51 External encoder voltage supply... 52 Binary input connection.... 53 6.7.1 6.7.2 6.7.3 6.7.4 6.7.5 Use of the pulse outputs.. 57 Single-channel sensor, not monitored.. 58 Single-channel sensor, monitored.. 59 Dual-channel sensor, not monitored.. 60 Dual-channel sensor, monitored.. 61 General information.. 62 Connection of outputs at the basic module.. 65 Connection of outputs at the expansion module. 76
Wiring of the outputs... 62 6.8.1 6.8.2 6.8.3
Connection of position and velocity sensors.. 83 6.9.1 6.9.2 6.9.3 6.9.4 6.9.5 6.9.6 6.9.7 Before you start... 83 General installation notes for encoders.. 85 Combination of various encoder types.. 85 Technical requirements on suitable encoder types. 86 Voltage supply for encoder systems.. 87 Connection of HTL proximity sensors.. 87 Prefabricated cables... 88

Other applicable documentation
Installation and startup only by trained personnel observing the relevant accident prevention regulations and the following documents: Online help in the MOVISAFE Config UCS software (MOVISAFE software ROM, edition 04/2009, part number 11566604). Configuration report of the MOVISAFE Config UCS software. Is used as acceptance protocol during validation. TV certificate for the MOVISAFE UCS10B/11B/12B/23B safety modules (MOVISAFE software ROM, edition 04/2009, part number 11566604). Read through these publications carefully before you commence installation and startup of the MOVISAFE UCS.B safety modules. You must adhere to the information in the documentation as a prerequisite to faultfree operation and fulfillment of warranty claims.

INFORMATION

For the current version of the MOVISAFE Config UCS software and the "MOVISAFE UCS.B Safety Modules" operating instructions, refer to the homepage of SEW-EURODRIVE.
Safety Notes General information

Safety Notes

The following basic safety notes must be read carefully to prevent injury to persons and damage to property. The operator must ensure that the basic safety notes are read and observed. Make sure that persons responsible for the plant and its operation, as well as persons who work independently on the unit, have read through the operating instructions carefully and understood them. If you are unclear about any of the information in this documentation, please contact SEW-EURODRIVE.

General information

Never install or start up damaged products. Submit a complaint to the shipping company immediately in the event of damage. During operation, safety modules can have live parts depending on their degree of protection. Removing covers without authorization, improper use as well as incorrect installation or operation may result in severe injuries to persons or damage to property. Refer to the documentation for additional information.

Target group

Only qualified electricians can perform installation, startup, fault repair and servicing (observe IEC 60364 or CENELEC HD 384 or DIN VDE 0100 and IEC 60664 or DIN VDE 0110 as well as national accident prevention regulations). Qualified personnel in the context of these basic safety notes are all persons familiar with installation, assembly, startup, programming, parameterization and operation of the product who possess the necessary qualifications. They must also be familiar with the relevant safety regulations and laws, especially with the requirements of category 4/performance level e according to EN ISO 13849 and all other standards, directives and laws specified in this documentation. The persons mentioned must have the authorization expressly issued by the company, to operate, program, configure, label and ground units, systems and circuits in accordance with the standards of safety technology. Any activities regarding transportation, storage, operation, and disposal must be carried out by persons who have been instructed appropriately.

Unit Design Unit properties

Unit Design

Unit properties
Speed monitoring Speed monitoring Standstill monitoring Direction monitoring Emergency stop monitoring Position range monitoring Travel range monitoring Target position control

Position monitoring

14 safe digital inputs Can be expanded to max. 70 inputs/outputs safe digital outputs safe relay outputs 2 auxiliary outputs 2 pulse outputs for crossfault monitoring Encoder interface: SSI / TTL incremental / SIN/COS 2 HTL counting inputs (only with UCS11B/12B) Freely programmable logic up to 800 IL instructions

Scope of delivery

MOVISAFE UCS.B module Connector for all signal terminals without encoder connection Only for UCS23B/25B: Backplane bus connector (part number: 7)
Unit Design Nameplate of UCS.B

Nameplate of UCS.B

The nameplate is attached to the side of the unit and contains the following information: Type designation Part number (P/N) Serial number (S/N) Hardware version (HW release) Software version (SW release) Date of manufacture (here: week 18/2010) Permitted standards Input data Output data Degree of protection Information about response times

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Unit Design Unit design of basic modules
Unit design of basic modules

UCS10B

[1] [2]

X11 X21

X12 X22

STATUS

[4] [5]

[16] [15] [14]

IN P1 P2

IN 03 04

[13] [12]

OUT K1K03

IN 07 08

IN 11 12

X31 X41

X32 X42

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[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16]
X11: Terminal for DC 24 V voltage supply X12: Terminal for voltage supply encoder and binary outputs DO 0.0, DO 0.1 X22: Terminal for binary inputs DI 0.01 DI 0.04 LED STATUS: Display of the system status LED 01 04: Status of binary inputs DI 0.01 DI 0.04 LED 05 08: Status of binary inputs DI 0.05 DI 0.08 LED 09 12: Status of binary inputs DI 0.09 DI 0.12 X32: Terminal for binary inputs DI 0.05 DI 0.08 X42: Terminal for binary inputs DI 0.09 - DI 0.12 X41: Terminal for relay outputs K 0.1, K 0.2 X31: Terminal for binary outputs DO 0.2, DO 0.3 LED K1, K2: Status of relay outputs K 0.1, K 0.2 LED 02, 03: Status of binary outputs DO 0.2, DO 0.3 X6: Terminal for service interface Status of 7-segment display ENTER button LED 13, 14: Status of binary inputs DI 0.13, DI 0.14

Mechanical Installation Installation notes
Dimension drawing for support rail You can use the following 35 mm standard profile rail (see following figure) for installation. SEW-EURODRIVE recommends to use version II to ensure sufficient space for the retaining screws under the backplane bus connector.

(0.06) 1.5

(0.04)

(0.30)

35 (1.38)

27 (1.06)

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All dimensions in mm (ft). 5.2.2 Installation clearance Ensure a minimum clearance of 110 mm above and 60 mm below the middle of the backplane connector when installing the components.

60 (2.36)

110 (4.33)

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All dimensions in mm (ft).

(0.59)

Expansion options You can add a maximum of 2 expansion modules [2] and 1 diagnostic module [3] horizontally next to 1 basic module [1] (see following figure).

OUT K1K20203

I/O 06 I/O 09 10

X31 X41 X32 X42

X36 X46 X35 X45

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You must register the expansion modules in the MOVISAFE Config software (see chapter "Registration of the expansion module"). Observe the permitted ambient temperature of 0 C to 50 C. When using expansion modules, the PFH value of the overall logic must be determined for a safety assessment. For the PFH values of the modules, refer to chapter "Technical Data".
Backplane bus connectors The backplane bus connectors (see following figure) are expandable, 5-pole plug connectors with spring contacts. When mounting the safety modules to the support rail, contact is established with the backplane bus. The individual safety module slots are indicated by guide rails. If an expansion module and/or a diagnostic module is added to a basic module, communication between the safety modules is routed via the backplane bus. Install the backplane bus connectors in the support rail before mounting the safety modules.

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In case of an extension, all backplane bus slots of the modules to be connected must be used. When using a basic module without expansion, the backplane bus connection is not required. Several basic modules cannot be connected.
The scope of delivery of the basic module does not include backplane bus connectors. You can order the backplane bus connectors as accessories (5 pieces per package, part number 7). When ordering a basic module with expansion and/or diagnostic module, the required number of backplane bus connectors is already included.

Example: Signal processing in two channels and redundant output in MOVISAFE UCS.B (PES).

2411107595

PES IA IB LA LB OA OB c m K1 K2

= = = = = = = = = = =

Programmable Electronic System Input channel A Input channel B Logic channel A Logic channel B Output channel A Output channel B Cross comparison Monitoring Actuator 1 Actuator 2
Example: Signal pattern of an individual P binary output (e.g. DO 0.2_P).

DO 0.2_P High

Low t < 500s

t t < 500s

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Example: Signal pattern of two binary outputs at the basic module, configured as redundant output (e.g. DO 0.2_P with DO 0.2_M).

DO 0.2_M High

t < 500s

2702217867

Connection of outputs at the basic module The following sample circuits assume that the switching elements are configured in accordance with the required performance level to EN ISO 13849-1 and that safety approval has been granted for the application in question. Depending on the required performance level, you can use the binary or relay outputs individually or combined in groups. For project planning, note that connected cables must not exceed 30 m.
P switching binary output P and M switching binary output Relay output Relay output

DO 0.2_P

K 0.11

K 0.12 DO 0.2_M

K 0.12 K 0.21

K 0.22

2808884107

2808887051

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Output DO 0.0 DO 0.1 DO 0.2_P with DO 0.2_M DO 0.2_P DO 0.2_M DO 0.3_P with DO 0.3_M DO 0.3_P DO 0.3_M K 0.1 with K 0.2 K 0.1 K 0.2
Comment Auxiliary output, only functional Auxiliary output, only functional Safe output, up to performance level e Auxiliary output, only functional Auxiliary output, only functional Safe output, up to performance level e Auxiliary output, only functional Auxiliary output, only functional Safe output, up to performance level e Auxiliary output, only functional Auxiliary output, only functional
Output voltage DC 24 V DC 24 V DC 24 V with DC 0 V DC 24 V DC 0 V DC 24 V with DC 0 V DC 24 V DC 0 V DC 24 V or AC 230 V DC 24 V or AC 230 V DC 24 V or AC 230 V
Max. current 0.1 A 0.1 A 0.5 A 0.5 A 0.5 A 0.25 A 0.25 A 0.25 A 2A 2A 2A
The total current load of the basic module may not exceed DC 1.9 A. For safety-relevant applications, use only external switching elements with a minimum holding current of > 1.2 mA. Cross and short circuits in the external wiring of the binary outputs are not detected. For safe outputs, cross faults and short circuit have therefore to be prevented according to EN ISO 13849-2 table D.4.

Single-pole switching binary output, not monitored
DO DO DO DO 0.2_P 0.2_M 0.3_P 0.3_M 3 4

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Similar to the previous wiring example, the above sample circuits show a single-pole P or M binary output without test. You can use external contactors to connect multi-phase applications or in applications with an increased current consumption. Note that with single-pole connection without an external check, one or more external MOVISAFE contacts will not be detected.
The sample circuits are not suitable for safety applications.
Single-pole switching binary output, monitored

DI 0.DI 0.DI 0.DI 0.04 4

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Similar to the previous wiring example, the above sample circuits show a single-pole P or M binary output with external monitoring. The prerequisite for this solution is a switching element with monitored forced contacts and test contact (NC contact). The monitoring contact is fed via clock output P1 and read via any input. The EMU (Emergency Monitoring Unit) must be configured correctly in MOVISAFE Config UCS for this solution to function properly.
A category 2 structure according to EN ISO 13849-1 can be achieved with the circuit.
Dual-channel switching binary output, not monitored
Similar to the previous wiring example, the following sample circuit shows a dual-channel switching P binary output (P and M switching). The complementary binary outputs are wired as a group and redundantly control an external actuator [1]. The actuator [1] is not monitored in this wiring example.

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Two-pole disconnection without monitoring of the external actuator is permitted for safety applications up to category 3 / performance level d according to EN ISO 13849-1. Note that when you connect external actuators without monitoring, errors occurring in the switch-off circuit are not detected by MOVISAFE UCS.B.
Dual-channel switching binary output, monitored

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For safety applications with category 4 / performance level e according to EN ISO 13849-1, two complementary binary outputs are connected as a group to control two external power contactors. The two external monitoring contacts are connected in series, supplied by pulse signal P1 and read via binary input DI 0.01. Binary input DI 0.01 is used as read-back input, but any other binary input can also be assigned instead.
For applications with increased demands, note that a switching operation must take place at least every 24 hours to test the switching capability of the external power contactor.
Single-pole switching relay output, not monitored

Procedure

After successful startup, the user must confirm that the data of the test report matches the parameters of the module. The user must validate and protocol the parameterized values for the measuring section, sensors and monitoring functions individually by performing a function test. In addition, the user must validate and protocol the connection of each programmed PLC function in MOVISAFE Config UCS by inspecting the code. SEW-EURODRIVE recommends to design the controller in such a way that the limit values of MOVISAFE UCS.B can be tested.
Configuration report for validation
Structure of the configuration report The file contains the following information: Three pages with header data that can be edited Encoder configuration Parameters of the monitoring functions The IL code of the programmed PLC functions
Creation of the configuration report The MOVISAFE Config UCS software interface lets you generate an individual configuration report and save it as a text file (.txt). The text file is created using the file name and the path of the current parameter/programming data set. Depending on the application software, the text file can be printed in DIN A4 landscape format.

Validation Function test

Entries in the configuration report Before you generate the configuration report, you can enter general information on the application (header data) which will then also appear in the configuration report. You can use the first page of the configuration report to enter general information on the system (system designation, customer, supplier, setup operator, etc.). On the second page of the configuration report, you can enter more detailed information about the system/machine. This data is for information only, but the content and scope should be checked with the approval authorities / inspector. The last page of the configuration report contains the itemization for the safety check. The MOVISAFE Config UCS software automatically enters the following information in the text file: Manufacturer: SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG Type: MOVISAFE UCS.B Parameterized values of the safety functions Date: of the day when the configuration data set was created CRC signature: of the verified data set Read-off serial number identical to the serial number on the nameplate The inspector responsible confirms that the read-off serial number in MOVISAFE Config UCS is identical with the serial number on the nameplate attached to MOVISAFE UCS.B. Identical to option: Here, the responsible inspector confirms that the CRC displayed in MOVISAFE Config UCS is identical to the one stored in MOVISAFE UCS.B. This CRC signature consists of a five-digit number that is displayed in the connection dialog of the software interface when a connection has been established with MOVISAFE UCS.B. Signature of the inspector Approval of the function

Do the following: 1. Start the MOVISAFE Config UCS software and select the respective basic module. 2. Use the PC to establish a connection with the basic module (menu [Connection] / [Connect]). 3. Read the current configuration from the basic module (menu [Connection] / [Validation] / [Read UCS binary file.]).
Maintenance Replacing the expansion module
4. Save the read configuration after the transmission is complete. 5. Disconnect the connection with the basic module (menu [Connection] / [Disconnect]). 6. Switch off the voltage supply of the basic module. 7. Disconnect all encoder and connection cables from the basic module. 8. Remove the basic module from the standard profile rail. 9. Install the new basic module on the standard profile rail. 10.Connect all encoder and connection cables to the new basic module. 11.Switch on the voltage supply of the new basic module. 12.Use the PC to establish a connection with the new basic module (menu [Connection] / [Connect]). 13.Send the configuration saved under point 3 to the new basic module (menu [Connection] / [Validation] / [Send UCS binary file to UCS.]). 14.After the transmission is complete, start the new basic module (menu [Connection] / [Start]). 9.4.3 Concluding measures After the new basic module has been installed and configured, the following final measures must be taken: 1. Perform a visual check (correct installation, swapped connections, etc.) 2. Read the CRC codes (3) from the new basic module. They must be identical with those of the configuration report. 3. Enter the transmission counter in the configuration report. 4. Enter the serial number of the new basic module in the configuration report. 5. Confirm the changes in the configuration report with date, name, and signature.
Replacing the expansion module
Preparation The following points must be considered for performing the necessary steps for replacing an expansion module: The configuration report of the original startup procedure must be on hand. The hardware and software version of the new expansion module must be higher than or the same as that of the old expansion module. The hardware and software version is listed on the nameplate of the expansion module.
Replacing the expansion module 1. Switch off the voltage supply of the basic and expansion module. 2. Disconnect all connection cables from the expansion module. 3. Remove the expansion module from the standard profile rail. This interrupts the connection to the backplane bus. 4. Read the unit address from the bottom of the expansion module. 5. Set the same unit address on the new expansion module.
Maintenance Replacing the diagnostic module
6. Install the new expansion module on the standard profile rail. This re-establishes the connection to the backplane bus. 7. Connect all connection cables to the new expansion module. 8. Switch on the voltage supply of the basic module and the new expansion module. 9.5.3 Concluding measures After the new expansion module has been installed and connected, the following final measures must be taken: 1. Enter the serial number of the new expansion module in the configuration report. 2. Confirm the changes in the configuration report with date, name, and signature.

MOVISAFE Config UCS offers a calculation aid for calculating the offset. You can start in in the dialog for the encoder setting, next to the offset entry. Concluding measures Once the new SSI absolute encoder has been installed and connected, take the following measures: 1. Perform a visual check (correct installation, swapped connections, etc.) 2. Read the CRC codes (3) from the basic module. Enter the CRC codes in the configuration report. 3. Enter the transmission counter in the configuration report. 4. Enter the new offset in the configuration report. 5. Archive the changed configuration together with the original configuration. 6. Confirm the changes in the configuration report with date, name, and signature.
Diagnostics Meaning of the 7-segment display

Diagnostics

Meaning of the 7-segment display
The 7-segment display is used to indicate the status of MOVISAFE.
Status of 7segment display 5 F A E Mode Description
STARTUP SEND CONFIG STARTUP BUS RUN STOP FAILURE ALARM ECS-ALARM
Synchronization between both processor systems and check of the configuration/firmware data. Distribution of the configuration/firmware data and another check of this data. Range check of the configuration data. If applicable, the bus system is initialized (PROFIsafe). Standard operation of the MOVISAFE assembly. The program is executed cyclically. In STOP mode, parameters and program data can be loaded externally. A fault can only be reset by switching the subassembly off and then on again (see chapter "Error and alarm messages"). An alarm can be reset via a binary input or by pressing the "ENTER" button on the front panel (see chapter "Error and alarm messages"). An ECS alarm can be reset via binary inputs or by pressing the "ENTER" button on the front panel (see chapter "Error and alarm messages").
In states 1, 2, 3 and 5, the outputs are automatically switched off by the firmware. In status 4, the implemented MOVISAFE program assumes control. In states F and A, all outputs are disabled. If MOVISAFE UCS.B is restarted after a reset, the outputs are enabled in status 4 and switched as programmed. If a reason for an error or alarm is still present, the outputs are disabled again and a corresponding error or alarm message is issued. In status E, only a message is issued. The outputs are not disabled.

A 3333 / A3334 Plausibility error sin/cos encoder Incorrect encoder type connected. Check the configuration Check encoder assignment
A 3337 / A3338 Faulty incremental encoder of axis 2 Track A does not correspond with track B. Check encoder cabling Check encoder configuration
A 3407 / A3408 Difference level RS485 driver 1 (error INC_B or SSI_CLK) faulty. No encoder connection, incorrect encoder type. Check the encoder connection.
A 3409 / A3410 Difference level RS485 driver 2 (error INC_A or SSI_DATA) faulty. No encoder connection, incorrect encoder type. Check encoder connection
A 3411 / A3412 Error sin/cos plausibility (X7). Faulty plausibility monitoring of the individual tracks. Check encoder connection Sine to cosine track must be linear
A 3413 / A3414 Error sin/cos plausibility (X8). Faulty plausibility monitoring of the individual tracks. Check encoder connection Sine to cosine track must be linear
A 3457 / A3458 Faulty reference voltage of extension board. Hardware error on extension board. Expansion card check.
A 3473 / A3474 Faulty TTL/HTL signal. Faulty encoder signal. Encoder connection check Encoder signal check
A 3505 / A3506 Read head error WCS encoder system axis 1. WCS read head has detected an error. Read error types of WCS encoder system.
A 3507 / A3508 Read head error WCS encoder system axis 2. WCS read head has detected an error. Read error types of WCS encoder system.
A 3551 / A3552 SSI_ECE STATUS 1. axis SSI ext encoder Faulty evaluation of 1st status bit. Encoder connection check Encoder signal check Replacement of SSI encoder
A 3553 / A3554 SSI_ECE STATUS 1. axis SSI ext encoder Faulty evaluation of 2nd status bit. Encoder connection check Encoder signal check Replacement of SSI encoder
A 3555 / A3556 SSI_ECE STATUS 1. axis SSI ext encoder Faulty evaluation of 3rd status bit. Encoder connection check Encoder signal check Replacement of SSI encoder
A 3557 / A3558 SSI_ECE STATUS 1. axis SSI ext encoder Faulty evaluation of 4th status bit. Encoder connection check Encoder signal check Replacement of SSI encoder
A 3559 / A3560 SSI_ECE STATUS 1. axis SSI ext encoder Faulty evaluation of 5th status bit. Encoder connection check Encoder signal check Replacement of SSI encoder
A 3561 / A3562 SSI_ECE STATUS 2. axis SSI ext encoder Faulty evaluation of 1st status bit. Encoder connection check Encoder signal check Replacement of SSI encoder
A 3563 / A3564 SSI_ECE STATUS 2. axis SSI ext encoder Faulty evaluation of 2nd status bit. Encoder connection check Encoder signal check Replacement of SSI encoder

11.7.6 Connector assignment X36

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Assignment DI X.05 DI X.06 DI X.07 DI X.08
Signal description Input 5 Input 6 Input 7 Input 8
11.7.7 Connector assignment X45

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Assignment DIO X.07 DIO X.08 DIO X.09 DIO X.10
Signal description Binary input/ output 7 Binary input/ output 8 Binary input/ output 9 Binary input/ output 10
11.7.8 Connector assignment X46

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Assignment DI X.09 DI X.10 DI X.11 DI X.12
Technical Data Plug connectors of diagnostic module
Plug connectors of diagnostic module
11.8.1 Connector assignment X49

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Assignment CAN High CAN Low DGND N.C.
Technical data of SEW encoders
11.9.1 TTL incremental encoder
Type designation EH1R ES1R ES2R EV1R: ES7R EG7R

Supply voltage DC V

Output signal
According to RS422 (1024 increments/revolution) DC V

11.9.2 SIN/COS encoder

Type designation ES1S ES2S EH1S EV1S ES7S EG7S EH7S
AC 1 Vpp SIN/COS (1024 increments/revolution) DC V
Technical Data Technical data of SEW encoders
11.9.3 Combination encoders Hiperface and sin/cos
Type designation AK0H ES1H AS1H ES3H AS3H ES4H AS4H EV1H AV1H Positive connection Hiperface encoders: AV6H AF1H EF1H

Supply voltage

Output signal AC 1 Vpp SIN/COS (128 increments/revolution)

DC 12 V

AC 1 Vpp SIN/COS (1024 increments/revolution)
11.9.4 Combination encoders RS485 and sin/cos
Type designation ES7W EG7W AS7W AG7W
AC 1 Vpp SIN/COS (2048 increments/revolution)
11.9.5 Combination encoders SSI and sin/cos
Type designation AV1Y AS7Y AG7Y
Output signal AC 1 Vpp SIN/COS (512 increments/revolution) SSI Gray code (increments) AC 1 Vpp SIN/COS (2048 increments/revolution) SSI Gray code (increments)
Technical Data Dimension drawing

11.10 Dimension drawing

UCS10B UCS11B UCS23B

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Appendix Description of input elements

Appendix

Description of input elements
The individual switches of the following input elements can be freely assigned to the digital inputs of the basic or I/O modules.
12.1.1 General information
12.1.2 Operating mode selection switch

Switch type

Comment
Classification according to EN ISO 13849-1 PL e
Classification according to EN 61508 SIL 3

2 positions 3 positions

Operating mode selection switch, monitored
When changing the position of the operating mode selection switch, use the Safe PLC program that is to be created to ensure that the outputs of MOVISAFE are deactivated (EN 60204-1). 12.1.3 Light curtain
Classification according to EN ISO 13849-1
Classification according to EN 61508
2 NC contacts 2 NC contacts for time monitoring 1 NO + 1 NC contacts 1 NO + 1 NC contacts, timemonitored

Measure Cyclical test pulse by changing the input signals dynamically.

DC value 90

Comment Only effective if pulse assignment is active.
Use Cross fault monitoring for single-channel sensors.
Measure Cross comparison on input signals with dynamic test if short circuits cannot be detected (with multiple inputs/outputs). Cross comparison of input signals and intermediate results in the logic (L) and temporal monitoring of the logical program run as well as detection of static failures and short circuits (with multiple inputs/ outputs). Plausibility check, for example using the NO and NC contacts of positively-driven relays.
Comment Cyclical change of input signals required, for example by regular acknowledgement. Cyclical change of input signals required, for example by regular acknowledgement.
Use Monitoring of dual-channel sensors.
Monitoring of dual-channel sensors.
Only effective in conjunction with active monitoring function for input element (EMU function).
Monitoring of dual-channel, complementary sensors.

12.2.2 Binary outputs

For a safety assessment of the output subsystem when using external elements in the switch-off circuit, e.g. for switching amplification, the manufacturer's specification (MTTFd, FIT values, B10d value, etc.) must be used. The DC values listed in the table should be applied conservatively to ensure compliance with the boundary conditions ("Comment" column). Fault exclusions are permitted according to the relevant standards. The specified boundary conditions must be permanently ensured. When using elements to amplify signals in safety circuits, the the function of these elements must be monitored using suitable feedback contacts, etc. (see wiring examples). Suitable feedback contacts are contacts that are connected with the contacts in the cut-off circuit in a forced-switching manner.
Measure Cross comparison of output signals and intermediate results in the logic (L) and temporal monitoring of the logical program run as well as detection of static failures and short circuits (with multiple inputs/outputs).

Appendix Response times of MOVISAFE
Response times of MOVISAFE
The following table lists the response times of MOVISAFE. The calculation of response times is based on the cycle time of the system. The cycle time (T_cycle) for MOVISAFE is 8 ms during operation. The specified response times correspond to the maximum run time for the specific application within MOVISAFE. Depending on the application, additional application-specific response times for the sensors and actuators used have to be added to get the total run time.
If the "overspeed distance monitoring" filter is used, the response time will increase depending on the set distance.
Function Activation of a monitoring function via ENABLE with subsequent switch-off via digital output. Activation of a monitoring function via ENABLE with subsequent switch-off via relay output. Response of an already activated monitoring function including PLC processing for position and velocity processing via digital output. Response of an already activated monitoring function including PLC processing for position and velocity processing via relay output. Activating digital output via digital input. Activating relay output via digital input. Deactivating digital output via digital input Deactivating relay output via digital input. Mean value filter

Response time ms 241)

Explanation
Activating a safety function with the ENABLE signal.
For a monitoring function that has been activated via ENABLE, MOVISAFE needs one cycle to calculate the current speed value. In the next cycle, after the monitoring function has been calculated, the information is further processed and output by the PLC. That is, once the programmed logic has been performed, this can lead, e.g. to the switching of an output. Activating an input and switching the output. Activating an input and switching the output. Deactivating an input and in this way deactivating the output. Deactivating an input and in this way deactivating the output. Group run time of average value generator according to setting in MOVISAFE Config UCS (sensor interface). This run time only affects monitoring functions in conjunction with position/velocity/acceleration, not the logic processing.

 

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