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Gearmotors \ Industrial Gear Units \ Drive Electronics \ Drive Automation \ Services
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A
Regenerative Power Supply Unit
Edition 02/2006
11369612 / EN
EA363000
System Manual
SEW-EURODRIVE – Driving the world
1 Important Notes...................................................................................................... 5
2 System Description................................................................................................ 7
2.1
2.2
2.3
Two types of DC link connection.................................................................................. 7
DC link connection without regenerative power supply unit......................................... 8
DC link connection with regenerative power supply unit.............................................. 9
3 Technical Data and Dimension Drawings .......................................................... 11
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
CE marking, UL approval and unit designation.......................................................... 11
General technical data ............................................................................................... 13
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0370-503-00......................................................................... 14
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0750-503-00......................................................................... 16
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00......................................................................... 18
Line choke option type ND.. ....................................................................................... 20
4 Project Planning ................................................................................................... 22
4.1
4.2
4.3
DC link connection without regenerative power supply unit....................................... 22
DC link connection with regenerative power supply unit............................................ 26
Selecting the braking resistor BW.../ BW...-T / BW...-P ............................................. 32
5 Installation (MDR60A0370/750) ........................................................................... 36
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Installation notes ........................................................................................................ 36
EMC-compliant installation......................................................................................... 38
UL compliant installation ............................................................................................ 38
Wiring diagrams ......................................................................................................... 39
6 Startup (MDR60A0370/0750)................................................................................ 42
6.1
6.2
Evaluation of the ready signal .................................................................................... 42
Parameter setting P52_ "Power off control"............................................................... 44
7 Operation and Service (MDR60A0370/0750) ...................................................... 45
7.1
7.2
7.3
Reset.......................................................................................................................... 45
Operating characteristics ........................................................................................... 46
SEW electronics service ............................................................................................ 47
8 Introduction (MDR60A1320-503-00).................................................................... 48
8.1
8.2
Scope of delivery ....................................................................................................... 48
Legal provisions ......................................................................................................... 49
9 Safety Notes (MDR60A1320-503-00) ................................................................... 51
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
General safety notes .................................................................................................. 53
Persons responsible for safety................................................................................... 55
Designated use .......................................................................................................... 55
Layout of safety notes ................................................................................................ 56
Residual dangers ....................................................................................................... 56
General information ................................................................................................... 57
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10 Technical Data (MDR60A1320-503-00) ............................................................... 62
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
General technical data ............................................................................................... 62
Rated data ................................................................................................................. 63
Current carrying capacity ........................................................................................... 63
Fuses and cable cross sections ................................................................................. 64
11 Installation (MDR60A1320-503-00)...................................................................... 65
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
Mechanical installation ............................................................................................... 65
Notes on electrical installation.................................................................................... 66
Electrical connection .................................................................................................. 67
Installation in a CE typical drive system..................................................................... 72
12 Startup (MDR60A1320-503-00) ............................................................................ 74
12.1
12.2
Initial operation........................................................................................................... 74
Ready signal .............................................................................................................. 74
13 Configuration (MDR60A1320-503-00) ................................................................. 75
13.1
Important notes on configuration ............................................................................... 75
14 Operation and Service (MDR60A1320-503-00)................................................... 77
14.1
14.2
14.3
Reset.......................................................................................................................... 77
Operating displays ..................................................................................................... 78
Maintenance .............................................................................................................. 80
15 Index of Changes ................................................................................................. 81
15.1
Changes to the previous version ............................................................................... 81
16 Index ...................................................................................................................... 82
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Important Notes
1
1
Important Notes
Safety and
warning notes
Systemhandbuch
1
Always observe the safety and warning instructions in this publication.
2
Electrical hazard
Possible consequences: Severe or fatal injuries.
3
4
5
Hazard
Possible consequences: Severe or fatal injuries.
6
7
Hazardous situation
Possible consequences: Slight or minor injuries.
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Harmful situation
Possible consequences: Damage to the unit and the environment.
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Tips and useful information.
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A requirement of fault-free operation and fulfillment of any rights to claim under guarantee is that you adhere to the information in the operating instructions. Read the
operating instructions before you start operating the unit!
14
The operating instructions contain important information about service and should
be kept near the unit.
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Designated use
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MOVIDRIVE® units are intended for industrial and commercial use for operating
AC asynchronous motors with squirrel-cage rotors or permanent-field AC synchronous
motors. These motors must be suitable for operation with frequency inverters. No other
loads may be connected to the units.
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MOVIDRIVE® units have been designed for stationary installation in control cabinets.
Observe all information on the technical data and the permitted conditions where the unit
is operated.
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Do not start up the unit (take it into operation in the designated fashion) until you have
established that the machine complies with the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and that the
conformity of the end product has been determined in accordance with the Machinery
Directive 98/37/EEC (with reference to EN 60204).
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Important Notes
1
Operating environment
The following uses are prohibited unless the units are expressly designed for the
purpose:
•
In potentially explosive atmospheres
•
In areas exposed to harmful oils, acids, gases, vapors, dust, radiation, etc.
•
In non-stationary applications that are subject to mechanical vibration and shock
loads in excess of the requirements in EN 61800-5-1.
Safety functions
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B drive inverters may not perform safety functions without
higher-level safety systems.
Use higher-level safety systems to ensure protection of equipment and personnel.
For safety applications, refer to the following publications:
Disposal
•
Safe disconnection for MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B / 61B – Conditions
•
Safe disconnection for MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B / 61B – Applications
Please follow the current regulations: Dispose of the following materials in accordance
with the regulations in force:
•
Electronics scrap (circuit boards)
•
Plastic (housing)
•
Sheet metal
•
Copper
etc.
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System Description
Two types of DC link connection
2
2
System Description
1
The types of DC link connection with or without regenerative power supply described in
this documentation apply to the following devices:
•
MOVIDRIVE®
MD_60A
•
MOVIDRIVE®
MDX60B/61B
•
®
MOVIDRIVE compact
•
MOVITRAC® 07 (MC07A055-5A3-4 ... 450-503-4)
•
MOVITRAC® B (MC07B055-5A3-4 ... 450-503-4)
2
3
4
5
The following sections cover the MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B drive inverter only.
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MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters can be interconnected using the DC link circuit or a regenerative power supply unit. This features allows the inverters to exchange regenerative
power among themselves, which means that less electrical energy is converted into
waste heat via the braking resistors. As a result, this feature not only allows you to save
energy, but means that you can install fewer braking resistors. As a rule, only the largest
unit in the group has to be equipped with a braking resistor.
2.1
7
8
9
Two types of DC link connection
10
We differentiate between two types of DC link connection:
1. DC link connection without regenerative power supply unit.
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2. DC link connection with regenerative power supply unit MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A.
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System Description
DC link connection without regenerative power supply unit
2
2.2
DC link connection without regenerative power supply unit
Only two MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters can be connected via the DC link without a
regenerative power supply unit.
You can implement the DC link connection without a regenerative power supply unit using the following connection types (→ following figure):
•
Connection type A: Both inverters are connected to the supply system.
•
Connection type B: Only one of the two inverters is connected to the supply system.
3 x AC 380...500 V
3 x AC 380...500 V
ND...
ND...
ND...
B
A
NF...
NF...
BW...
NF...
BW...
57236AXX
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System Description
DC link connection with regenerative power supply unit
2.3
2
DC link connection with regenerative power supply unit
1
3 x AC 380...500 V
2
3
4
Option Netzdrossel ND...
5
6
Option Netzfilter NF...
7
MOVIDRIVE®
MDX60B/61B...-5_3
Option Netzrückspeisegerät
®
MOVIDRIVE MDR60A
®
MOVIDRIVE
MDX60B/61B...-5_3
MOVIDRIVE®
MDX60B/61B...-5_3
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Zwischenkreis
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Option
Bremswiderstand
Option
Ausgangsfilter
Option
Ausgangsdrossel
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54272BDE
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2
System Description
DC link connection with regenerative power supply unit
More than two MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters can be connected via the DC link with a
regenerative power supply unit MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A. To determine the permitted
number of inverters, refer to the project planning information.
The MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A regenerative power supply unit can be used with MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters operating in regenerative mode as an alternative to braking resistors. The prerequisite is a stable supply system.
The MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A regenerative power supply unit supplies the DC link circuit
of the MOVIDRIVE® drive inverter with motor power from the supply system and returns
regenerative power to the supply system from the DC link circuit. A supply system rectifier is used to supply the motor power, and an inverter is used to supply the regenerative power.
The MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A regenerative power supply unit does not require an auxiliary power supply or control signals. MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A signals that it is ready for
operation via a ready signal and a ready signal indicator.
With the MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0370/0750 regenerative power units (sizes 3 and 4),
you can inhibit the inverter of the regenerative power supply unit using terminal X3:3 (inhibit). Before inhibiting the unit make sure that all connected drives have been shut
down; that is, regenerative power cannot flow back into the system.
Take the following information into account when performing sequence control in your
system:
•
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0370/0750 units (sizes 3 and 4) display the operating status
"Ready" even when they are inhibited.
•
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320 units (size 6) display the operating status "Error" even
when they are inhibited.
If you inhibit the inverter during no-load operation, MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A generates
fewer losses and operates with lower power supply disturbances.
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Features of a
regenerative
power supply unit
compared to an
inverter with
braking resistors
•
Energy balance: Regenerative power is fed back into the supply system instead of
being converted into waste heat.
•
Less installation work for several inverter (network and braking resistor connections).
However, a braking resistor is required to bring the drive to a controlled stop even
when there is a disruption in the supply system.
•
Reduction in use of control cabinet space and fan power if the braking resistor was
previously installed in the control cabinet.
Protection and
monitoring functions
•
Monitoring and protection against thermal overload.
•
Detection of power failure within one supply system half-wave.
•
Overvoltage protection.
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Technical Data and Dimension Drawings
CE marking, UL approval and unit designation
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Technical Data and Dimension Drawings
3.1
CE marking, UL approval and unit designation
CE marking
•
kVA
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1
2
Low voltage directive
The MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A regenerative power supply units meet the guidelines
stipulated in the low voltage directive 73/23/EEC.
•
3
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
4
MOVIDRIVE® regenerative power supply units are designed for use as components
for installation in machinery and systems. They comply with the EMC product standard EN 61800-3 "Variable-speed electrical drives." Provided the installation instructions are complied with, they satisfy the appropriate requirements for CE marking of
the entire machine/system in which they are installed, on the basis of the EMC
Directive 89/336/EEC.
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7
The CE mark on the nameplate indicates conformity with the Low Voltage Directive
73/23/EEC and the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC. We can provide a copy of the declaration of conformity on request.
UL approval
C
UL UL
®
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UL and cUL approval has been granted for the entire MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0370-50300 and MDR60A0750-503-00 range of units. cUL is equivalent to CSA approval. The
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00 unit does not have UL or cUL approval.
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®
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CE marking, UL approval and unit designation
P Hz
Example Unit designation
MDR60 A 0370 - 5 0 3 - 00
Design
00 = Standard
Connection type
3 = 3-phase
Radio interference suppression on the line side
0 = No radio interference suppression
Supply voltage
5 = AC 380 ... 500 V
Recommended inverter
connected load
0370 = 37 kW
Version A
Series and generation
Figure 1: MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A regenerative power supply units
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MDR = regenerative power supply
unit
54512AXX
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Technical Data and Dimension Drawings
General technical data
3.2
kVA
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General technical data
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A
1
0370-503-00 (size 3)
0750-503-00 (size 4)
Interference immunity
1320-503-00 (size 6)
Fulfills EN 61800-3
2
Meets EN 61000-6-1 and EN 61000-6-2
Interference emission with
EMC-compliant installation
Meets EN 61800-3:
• With NF085-503 line filter (size 3)
• With NF150-503 line filter (size 4)
Meets EN 61000-6-4 with line filter
NF300-503
3
Ambient temperature
ϑU
Derating ambient temperature
0 °C...+40 °C
IN reduction: 3 % IN per K to max. 60 °C
0 °C...+40 °C
IN reduction: 3 % IN per K to max. 55 °C
4
Climate class
EN 60721-3-3, class 3K3
Storage temperature1)
ϑL
–25 °C...+70 °C (EN 60721-3-3, class 3K3)
–25 °C...+55 °C
(EN 60721-3-3, class 3K3)
Cooling type (DIN 51751)
Forced cooling
(temperature-controlled fan, response threshold 50 °C)
Forced cooling
(temperature-controlled fan, response
threshold 45 C)
Enclosure
EN 60529
(NEMA1)
IP20
IP00 (power connections)
IP10 (power connections)
• With fitted plexiglass cover supplied as standard
• With shrink tubing (not included in scope of delivery)
IP20
Size 3
Size 4
Duty type
5
6
7
8
9
Continuous duty (EN 60149-1-1 and 1-3)
Overvoltage category
III according to IEC 60664-1 (VDE 0110-1)
Pollution class
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2 according to IEC 60664-1 (VDE 0110-1)
There are no restrictions for heights ≤ 1000 m.
The following restrictions apply at heights ≥ 1000 m:
• From 1000 m (3,280 ft.) to max. 4,000 m (6561 ft.):
– IN reduction by 1% per 100 m (330 ft)
Installation altitude
•
h ≤ 1000 m: No limitation
From 1000 m (3,280 ft.) to max. 4,000 m
(6561 ft.):
IN reduction: 0.5 % per 100 m
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From 2000 m (6,561 ft.) to max. 4000 m (13,123
ft.):
– VN reduction by AC 6 V per 100 m
12
Over 2000 m only overvoltage class 2, external measures are required for overvoltage class 3. Overvoltage
classes according to DIN VDE 0110-1.
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1) In case of long-term storage, the unit must be connected to the mains voltage for at least 5 minutes every two years, otherwise the
unit’s service life may be reduced.
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Smallest wire
bending space
(EN 61800-5-1)
As stipulated in EN 61800-5-1, the distance between a power connection terminal and
an obstruction toward which the wire is directed on leaving the terminal must correspond
with the minimum values given in the table below.
Cable cross section [mm2]
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Smallest wire bending space [mm]
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Wires per connection terminal
1
2
3
10 ... 16
40
-
-
25
50
-
-
35
65
-
-
50
125
125
180
70
150
150
190
95
180
180
205
120
205
205
230
150
255
255
280
185
305
305
330
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MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0370-503-00
P Hz
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0370-503-00
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A
0370-503-00 (size 3)
Part number
826 658 1
INPUT
Supply voltage
Vmains
3 × AC 380 V –10 % ... 3 × AC 500 V +10 %
Supply frequency
fmains
50 Hz ... 60 Hz ±5 %
Rated connected load
PN
37 kW
Rated supply current
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
Imains
AC 66 A
DC LINK
Apparent output power
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 380...500 V)
SA
DC 560 V ... 780 V
DC link voltageVDClink
Rated DC link current
Max. DC link current
50 kVA
IDClink
IDClink_max
DC 70 A
DC 105 A
GENERAL INFORMATION
Power loss at PN
PVmax
Cooling air consumption
180 m3/h
Connection for power terminals X1, X2
M6 screw with washer
Permitted tightening torque
Permitted cable cross section
3.5 Nm
25 mm2
Connection for elect. terminals X3
Permitted cable cross section:
• One core per terminal: 0.20...2.5 mm2 (AWG
24..0.13)
• Two cores per terminal:0.25...1 mm2 (AWG 23...17)
Weight
16 kg
W×H×D
Dimensions
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950 W
200 × 465 × 221 mm
Line choke (always required)
ND085-013, LN = 0.1 mH, part number 826 014 1
Line filter (optional)
NF085-503, part number 827 415 0
For MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B...-5_3
0005 ... 0370
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Technical Data and Dimension Drawings
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0370-503-00
Dimension
drawing
kVA
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P Hz
Leave at least 100 mm clearance above and below the unit to ensure optimum cooling.
There is no need for clearance at the sides. You can line up the units directly next to one
another.
1
2
3
4
445
465
5
6
7
8
11
9
10
7
105
173
200
11
221
54260BXX
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Figure 2: Dimension drawing for MDR60A size 3, dimensions in mm
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MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0750-503-00
P Hz
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0750-503-00
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A
0750-503-00 (size 4)
Part number
826 556 9
INPUT
Supply voltage
Vmains
3 × AC 380 V –10 % ... 3 × AC 500 V +10 %
Supply frequency
fmains
50 Hz ... 60 Hz ±5 %
Rated connected load
PN
75 kW
Rated supply current
AC 117 A
Imains
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
DC LINK
Apparent output power
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 380...500 V)
SA
90 kVA
DC 560 V ... 780 V
DC link voltage
VDClink
Rated DC link current
IDClink
DC 141 A
Max. DC link current
IDClink_max
DC 212 A
GENERAL INFORMATION
Power loss at PN
PVmax
360 m3/h
Connection for power terminals X1, X2
M10 terminal studs
Permitted tightening torque
Permitted cable cross section
14 Nm
70 mm2
Connect. for electronics terminalsX3
Permitted cable cross section:
• One core per terminal: 0.20 ... 2.5 mm2 (AWG
24..0.13)
• Two cores per terminal:0.25 ... 1 mm2 (AWG 23..0.17)
Weight
24 kg
W×H×D
Dimensions
16
1700 W
Cooling air consumption
280 × 522 × 205 mm
Line choke (always required)
ND200-0033, LN = 0.03 mH, part number 826 579 8
Line filter (optional)
NF150-503, part number 827 417 7
For MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B...-5_3
0005 ... 0750
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Technical Data and Dimension Drawings
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0750-503-00
Dimension
drawing
kVA
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3
P Hz
Leave at least 100 mm clearance above and below the unit to ensure optimum cooling.
There is no need for clearance at the sides. You can line up the units directly next to one
another. Do not install any components sensitive to high temperatures (e.g. contactors
or fuses) within 300 mm of the top of the unit.
1
2
3
4
5
502
522
6
7
8
11
9
10
7
140
160
280
205
11
54261BXX
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Figure 3: Dimension drawing for MDR60A size 4, dimensions in mm
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MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00
P Hz
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A
1320-503-00 (size 6)
Part number
827 952 7
INPUT
Supply voltage
Vmains
3 × AC 380 V –10 % ... 3 × AC 500 V +10 %
Supply frequency
fmains
40 Hz ... 60 Hz ±10 %
Rated connected load
PN
132 kW
Rated supply current
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 400 V)
Imains
AC 260 A
DC LINK
173 kVA
Apparent output power
SA
(at Vmains = 3 × AC 380...500 V)
DC link voltage
VDClink
DC 560 V ... 780 V
Rated DC link current
IDClink
DC 340 A
Max. DC link current
IDClink_max
DC 410 A
PVmax
2650 W
GENERAL INFORMATION
Power loss at PN
Cooling air consumption
700 m3/h
Connection for power terminals L1, L2, L3
Connection for DC link connection ±UG
M10 terminal studs
Permitted cable cross section / tightening torque:
150 mm2 (power supply connection) / 30 Nm1)
185 mm2 (DC link connection) / 32 Nm1)
Connection for electronics terminalsX2
Permitted cable cross section:
0.8 ... 4 mm2 (AWG18 ... AWG12)
Weight
90 kg
W×H×D
Dimensions
Line choke
380 × 937 × 395 mm
Already installed
Line filter (optional)
®
For MOVIDRIVE MDX61B...-5_3
NF300-503, part number 827 419 3
0005 ... 1320
1) Important: Do not apply tightening torque directly at terminals L1, L2, L3 and ±UG; use a second wrench.
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Technical Data and Dimension Drawings
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00
Dimension
drawing
kVA
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P Hz
Leave at least 100 mm clearance above and below the unit to ensure optimum cooling.
There is no need for clearance at the sides. You can line up the units directly next to one
another.
1
2
Do not install any components sensitive to high temperatures (e.g. contactors or fuses)
within 300 mm of the top of the unit.
3
110
4
5
6
7
680
8
804
9
10
350
11
82
12
13
14
33
350
85
395
15
380
16
54282BXX
Figure 4: Dimension drawing for MDR60A size 6, dimensions in mm
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Line choke option type ND..
P Hz
Line choke option type ND..
•
To increase overvoltage protection.
•
To limit the charging current when several inverters are connected together in parallel on the input end with shared
mains contactors (rated current of line choke = total of inverter rated currents).
ND020-0131)
Line choke type
Part number
826 012 5
827 151 8
ND045-0131)
ND085-0131)
826 013 3
826 014 1
ND1500131)
ND20000331)
825 548 2 826 579 8
ND30000531)
827 721 4
3 × AC 380 V -10 % ... 3 × AC 500 V +10 %, 50/60 Hz
Rated voltage UN
Rated current2)
ND030-0231)
IN
Power loss at IN PV
Inductance LN
AC 20 A
AC 30 A
AC 45 A
AC 85 A
10 W
30 W
15 W
25 W
65 W
100 W
280 W
0.1 mH
0.2 mH
0.1 mH
0.1 mH
0.1 mH
0.03 mH
0.05 mH
Ambient temperature ϑU
AC 150 A AC 200 A
AC 300 A
–25 ... +45 °C
Enclosure
IP 00 (EN 60529)
Connections/
Tightening torque
Terminal blocks Terminal blocks
Terminal strips Terminal strips
10 mm2
35 mm2
4 mm2 (AWG12) 2.5 mm2... 10 mm2
(AWG13 ... AWG8)
(AWG8)
(AWG2)
Tightening torque
0.6 ... 0.8 Nm
max. 2.5 Nm
3.2 ... 3.7 Nm
M10 stud
PI: M8 stud
M10 stud: 10 Nm
PI: 6 Nm
M12 stud
PI: 2 × M10
M12 stud:
15.5 Nm
PI: 10 Nm
1) UL/cUL approval in conjunction with MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters. SEW-EURODRIVE will provide a certificate on request.
2) If more than one MOVIDRIVE® unit is connected to a line choke, the total value of the rated currents of the connected units must
not exceed the rated current of the line choke!
[1]
C
[1]
c
c
a
A
b
B
58357AXX
Figure 5: Dimension drawing for line chokes ND020.../ ND030.. / ND45.. / ND85..
(1) Space for terminal blocks
Any mounting position
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Line choke option type ND..
kVA
i
f
n
3
P Hz
1
2
C
3
4
5
6
c
c
a
A
b
7
B
58315AXX
Figure 6: Dimension drawing for ND150.. / ND200.. / ND300..
8
9
All dimensions in mm:
Main dimensions
Mounting dimensions
Hole dimension
Weight
Line choke
type
A
B
C
a
b
c
kg
ND020-013
85
60
120
50
31-42
5-10
0.5
ND030-023
ND045-013
125
95
170
84
55-75
6
2.5
ND085-013
185
115
235
136
56-88
7
8
ND150-013
255
140
230
170
77
8
17
ND200-0033
250
160
230
180
98
8
15
ND300-0053
300
190
295
255
145
11
35
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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4
4
Project Planning
4.1
DC link connection without regenerative power supply unit
Only two MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters are to be connected via the DC link without a
regenerative power supply unit MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A.
You can implement the DC link connection without a regenerative power supply unit
using the following connection types:
Connection
type A
•
Connection type A: Both inverters are connected to the supply system.
•
Connection type B: Only one of the two inverters is connected to the supply system.
In connection type A, both inverters are connected to the supply system via one input
contactor and one fuse at the supply end.
The following unit combinations are permitted for connection type A:
1. MOVIDRIVE®
2. MOVIDRIVE® optionally:
0005-5A3-4
0005-5A3-4
-
-
-
0008-5A3-4
0005-5A3-4
0008-5A3-4
-
-
0011-5A3-4
0005-5A3-4
0008-5A3-4
0011-5A3-4
-
0014-5A3-4
0005-5A3-4
0008-5A3-4
0011-5A3-4
0014-5A3-4
0055-5A3-4
0055-5A3-4
-
-
-
0075-5A3-4
0055-5A3-4
0075-5A3-4
-
-
0110-5A3-4
0055-5A3-4
0075-5A3-4
0110-5A3-4
-
0150-503-4
0075-5A3-4
0110-5A3-4
0150-503-4
-
0220-503-4
0110-5A3-4
0150-503-4
0220-503-4
-
0300-503-4
0150-503-4
0220-503-4
0300-503-4
-
0370-503-4
0220-503-4
0300-503-4
0370-503-4
-
0450-503-4
0220-503-4
0300-503-4
0370-503-4
0450-503-4
0550-503-4
0300-503-4
0370-503-4
0450-503-4
0550-503-4
0750-503-4
0370-503-4
0450-503-4
0550-503-4
0750-503-4
0900-5A3-4
0450-5A3-4
0550-5A3-4
0750-5A3-4
0900-5A3-4
1100-5A3-4
0550-5A3-4
-
0900-5A3-4
1100-5A3-4
1320-5A3-4
-
0900-5A3-4
1100-5A3-4
1320-5A3-4
With MOVIDRIVE® size 1 (0015-5A3-4 ... 0040-5A3-4) DC link connection in connection type A is not permitted!
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Project planning
notes
4
Observe the following project planning instructions:
1
Both MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters must be equipped with the appropriate ND... line
choke. The following table shows the assignments of inverters and line chokes:
•
Size
®
MOVIDRIVE
Line choke type
Part number
0
0005-5A3-4 ... 0014-5A3-4
ND020-013
826 012 5
2
0055-5A3-4 ... 0110-5A3-4
ND030-023
827 151 8
0150-503-4
ND045-013
826 013 3
0220-503-4 / 0300-503-4
ND085-013
826 014 1
0370-503-4
ND085-013
826 014 1
0450-503-4
ND150-013
825 548 2
5
0550-503-4 / 0750-503-4
ND150-013
825 548 2
6
0900-503-4 ... 1320-503-4
ND300-005
827 721 4
3
4
•
If the two inverters are not grounded by one but by separate fuses, all poles of both
fuses must disconnect and trigger together, otherwise one of the two inverters can
suffer irreparable damage.
•
The larger MOVIDRIVE® must be equipped with a sufficiently large braking resistor.
Make sure to consult the notes on selecting the correct braking resistor in the
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B system manual.
•
•
•
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
The DC link carries a high DC voltage (up to 900 V). Use a suitable cable with twisted
cores that is capable of withstanding the high direct voltage carried by the DC link
connection. We recommend using prefabricated cables from SEW for the DC link
connection (→ “Prefabricated cables for the DC link connection” on page 31).
10
11
The maximum permitted length of the DC link connection is 2 m. In accordance with
VDE 0100 part 430 there is no need for fusing with a cross section reduction up to a
cable length of 3 m if the risk of a short circuit can be reduced to a minimum and the
cable is not routed close to combustible substances.
12
13
Observe country-specific and system-specific regulations when fusing the DC link or
motor cables.
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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4
Connection
type B
In connection type B, only one of the two inverters (the larger) is connected to the supply
system.
The following unit combinations are permitted for connection type B:
1. MOVIDRIVE®
Project planning
notes
0005-5A3-4
0005-5A3-4
0008-5A3-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0008-5A3-4
0011-5A3-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0011-5A3-4
0014-5A3-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0014-5A3-4
0055-5A3-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0040-5A3-4
0075-5A3-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0040-5A3-4
0110-5A3-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0055-5A3-4
0150-503-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0075-5A3-4
0220-503-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0110-5A3-4
0300-503-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0150-503-4
0370-503-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0150-503-4
0450-503-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0220-503-4
0550-503-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0300-503-4
0750-503-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0370-503-4
0900-503-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0450-503-4
1100-503-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0550-503-4
1320-503-4
0005-5A3-4 ... 0220-503-4
Observe the following project planning instructions:
The MOVIDRIVE® drive inverter connected to the supply system must be equipped
with an appropriate ND... line choke. The following table shows the assignments of
inverters and line chokes:
•
Size
MOVIDRIVE®
Line choke type
Part number
0
0005-5A3-4 ... 0014-5A3-4
ND020-013
826 012 5
2
0055-5A3-4 ... 0110-5A3-4
ND030-023
827 151 8
0150-503-4
ND045-013
826 013 3
0220-503-4 / 0300-503-4
ND085-013
826 014 1
0370-503-4
ND085-013
826 014 1
0450-503-4
ND150-013
825 548 2
5
0550-503-4 / 0750-503-4
ND150-013
825 548 2
6
0900-503-4 ... 1320-503-4
ND300-005
827 721 4
3
4
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2. MOVIDRIVE® optionally:
•
The larger MOVIDRIVE® must be equipped with a sufficiently large braking resistor.
Make sure to consult the notes on selecting the correct braking resistor in the
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B system manual (→ section "Project Planning").
•
The DC link carries a high DC voltage (up to 900 V). Use a suitable cable with twisted
cores that is capable of withstanding the high direct voltage carried by the DC link
connection. We recommend using prefabricated cables from SEW for the DC link
connection (→ “Prefabricated cables for the DC link connection” on page 31).
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•
4
The maximum permitted length of the DC link connection is 2 m. In accordance with
VDE 0100 part 430 there is no need for fusing with a cross section reduction up to a
cable length of 3 m if the risk of a short circuit can be reduced to a minimum and the
cable is not routed close to combustible substances.
1
2
•
Observe country-specific and system-specific regulations when fusing the DC link or
motor cables.
3
•
The total of the maximum currents must be less than or equal to the maximum current (= 150 % IN) of the first MOVIDRIVE®.
4
The total of the continuous output currents must be less than or equal to the continuous output current (VFC: 125 % IN; CFC and SERVO: 100 % IN) from the first
MOVIDRIVE®.
5
•
6
Cable cross
sections and
tightening
torques of the DC
link connection
Select the maximum possible cross section of the unit terminal of the smaller inverter as
the cable cross section. The following table lists the cross sections and tightening
torques of the unit terminals for the power sections of MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters:
MOVIDRIVE®
0005
Size
Cable cross
section
0008
0011
0014
0015
0022
0
0030
0040
1
Separable terminal strip
4 mm2 (AWG12) conductor end sleeve DIN 46228
Tightening
torque
0.6 Nm
0055
7
8
0055, 0075,
0110
0075
2S1)
2
Terminal strip
4 mm2
(AWG12) conductor end
sleeve DIN
46228
M4 screw
with washer
assembly
with terminal
clip
4 mm2
(AWG12)
conductor
end sleeve
DIN 46228
6 mm2
(AWG10)
crimp cable
lug
DIN 46234
0.6 Nm
9
10
11
12
13
14
1.5 Nm
15
1) Size 2S (0055/0075): only applies to MOVIDRIVE® B
16
MOVIDRIVE®
Size
0150
0220
0300
3
0370
0450
0550
4
0750
5
Cable cross
section
M6 screw and washer
assembly with washer
max. 25 mm2 (AWG4)
Crimp cable lug DIN
46234
M10 bolt with nut
max. 70 mm2 (AWG2/0)
Press cable lug DIN 46235
Tightening
torque
3.5 Nm
14 Nm
0900
1100
1320
17
6
M12 bolt with nut
max. 150 mm2 (AWG5/0)
Press cable lug DIN 46235
18
19
20 Nm
20
Example
A MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B0220 and a MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B0110 are connected
together via the DC link. The cross section of the unit terminals of the smaller inverter is
6 mm2. Therefore, you must use a cable with a cross section of 6 mm2 and crimp cable
lugs.
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4
4.2
DC link connection with regenerative power supply unit
More than two MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters can be connected together via the DC link.
The permitted number of inverters depends on the total of the inverter output power values and an evaluation points system.
Project planning
notes
Observe the following project planning instructions:
•
The DC link connection with regenerative power supply unit is only possible with
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B with AC 400/500 V supply voltage (...-5_3).
MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B with AC 230 V supply voltage may not be used.
•
Only the regenerative power unit may be connected to the supply system. Do not
connect inverters connected via the DC link to the supply voltage.
•
SEW-EURODRIVE recommends equipping the most powerful inverter in the group
with a braking resistor. Make sure to read the information on selecting the correct
braking resistor in the project planning notes in section "Selecting the braking resistor
BW.../BW...-T").
•
Connect the inverter in star configuration to the regenerative power unit. Use a busbar subdistributor if the DC link terminals of the regenerative power supply unit are
not sufficient.
•
The DC link carries a high DC voltage (up to 900 V). Use suitable cables with twisted
cores capable of withstanding the high direct voltage carried by the DC link connection. We recommend using prefabricated cables from SEW for the DC link connection (→ “Prefabricated cables for the DC link connection” on page 31).
•
The maximum permitted length of the DC link connection is 5 m. Keep the length of
the DC link connection as short as possible.
•
Observe country-specific and system-specific regulations when fusing the DC link or
motor cables.
•
Do not connect more than six MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters of sizes 3 to 6 via the DC
link.
•
The total output power of the connected inverters occurring at any one time must not
exceed 150 % of the rated power of the regenerative power unit.
•
The rated power of all connected inverters must not exceed 200 % of the rated power
of the regenerative power supply unit.
•
Based on a points system, only a certain number of points is allowed to be connected
to one regenerative power supply unit as follows:
– Maximum 12 points to a MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0370
– Maximum 45 points to a MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0750
– Maximum 54 points to a MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320
A points score is assigned to MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters according to their size, as
follows:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Sample
calculation:
Evaluation points
26
Size 0 (0005-5A3 ... 0014-5A3)
Size 1 (0015-5A3 ... 0040-5A3)
Size 2, 2S (0055-5A3 ... 0110-5A3)
Size 3 (0150-503 ... 0300-503)
Size 4 (0370-503 ... 0450-503)
Size 5 (0550-503 ... 0750-503)
Size 6 (0900-503 ... 1320-503)
1 point
1 point
2 points
4 points
8 points
15 points
27 points
The following MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters are to be connected to a MOVIDRIVE®
MDR60A0370 regenerative power supply unit:
•
6 × MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B0040 (size 1)
6 × 1 = 6 points
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•
1 × MOVIDRIVE® MDX61B0075 (size 2, 2S)
1 × 2 = 2 points
•
1×
1 × 4 = 4 points
MOVIDRIVE®
MDX61B0150 (size 3)
Total
1
2
= 12 points
Max. permitted = 12 points
The maximum number of evaluation points is not exceeded; the combination is permitted.
3
The rated power of the MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0370 regenerative power supply unit is
PN = 37 kW. The total output power values of the connected inverters occurring at any
one time must not exceed 150 % × PN = 55.5 kW.
4
5
6
Notes on using
damping module
DCD12A
Observe the following instructions when using the DCD12A damping module:
•
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0370/0750: You can tell whether a damping module is
required from the hardware status [1] on the status label of the regenerative power
unit (→ following figure).
7
8
9
10
11
[1]
57225AXX
Figure 7: Example: Hardware status [1] on the status label (MDR60A0370/750)
•
12
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320: You can tell whether a DCD12A damping module is
required from the last three digits [1] in the serial number on the nameplate of the
regenerative power unit (→ following figure).
13
14
15
D-76646 Bruchsal
Netzrückspeisung
MOVIDRIVE
Made in Germany
Typ
MDR60A1320-503-00
Sach.Nr 8279527
Serien Nr DCV1850121
Eingang/Input
Ausgang/Output
U= 3*380V...500V +/-10%
U= 560-780VDC
f= 50/60Hz
I= 340ADC
If= 305A AC (400V)
T= 0...45°C
P= 185kW
[1]
16
17
57251AXX
Figure 8: Example: Serial number of MDR60A1320
18
19
20
21
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If more than six MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters of size 0 (0005-5A3 ... 0014-5A3), size 1
(0015-5A3 ... 0040-5A3) and size 2 and 2S (0055-5A3 ... 0110-5A3) are connected via
the DC link, a DCD12A is mandatory in the following cases:
Hardware status
Wiring diagram for
DCD12A
Serial number
(last 3 digits)
MDR60A0370/0750
≤ 11 (as of 10/2005)
-
MDR60A1320
-
≤ 121 (as of 10/2005)
•
In all other cases, SEW-EURODRIVE recommends that you do not install the
DCD12A damping module because the functionality of the DCD12A is already integrated in the regenerative power units.
•
In older systems, a DCD12A damping module that is already installed does not have
to be removed when a unit is replaced.
Part number of option DCD12A: 826 903 3
-U Z
+U Z
DCD12A
X1:
1
2
3
X4:
7
8
-UZ +UZ PE
L1 L2 L3
MOVIDRIVE ®
0015-5A3 ... 0110-5A3
X2:
U
V
W
4
5
6
X3:
+R -R PE
7
8
54269AXX
Do not connect the DCD12A damping module to MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters of
sizes 3 to 6 (0150-503 ... 1320-503).
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System
prerequisites
4
The regenerative power unit must be equipped with a line choke.
•
For MDR60A0370 the line choke ND085-013.
•
For MDR60A0750 the line choke ND200-0033.
•
The MDR60A1320 comes equipped with line choke.
1
2
3
MOVIDRIVE®
To ensure fault-free operation of
MDR60A0370/0750, the relative shortcircuit voltage uK at the unit mains connection must not exceed the following values:
Rated supply voltage Vmains
Permitted relative short-circuit voltage uK
AC 400 V
< 6.0 %
AC 460 V
< 5.2 %
AC 500 V
< 4.8 %
4
5
6
7
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A must not be operated unless the uK values specified in the
table are observed.
8
Determining the uK
values
The exact values must be determined by measurement if you do not have precise data
for determining the uK value.
9
The inductance of the existing mains connection (Lmains, phase – phase) must be added
to the inductance of the specified line choke LND in order to calculate the effective total
inductance LG. The effective uK value is then calculated according to the following formula:
10
uK = (LG × 2π × fmains × Imains × √3) / Umains = (Lmains + 1,6 × LND) × k
11
uK
= Permitted relative short-circuit voltage [%]
LG
= Effective total inductance [H]
12
fmains = Supply frequency [Hz]
13
Umains= Rated supply voltage [V]
Imains = Rated mains current [A]
14
Lmains = Inductance of the existing power supply connection [H]
LND
k
15
= Inductance of the line choke [H]
= Factor
[H–1]
16
The following factor k is used for the various types of power supply system:
Umains = AC 400 V, fmains = 50Hz
k = 159.2 H
–1
Umains = AC 460 V, fmains = 60Hz
k = 166 H
–1
Umains = AC 500 V, fmains = 5 Hz
17
k = 127.3 H–1
The inductance of the existing power supply connection can be measured or calculated
using the data on the high-voltage transformer and the cable between the transformer
and the power supply connection of the MDR.
18
19
Lmains = Ltransf + Lcable
The inductance of the cable (Lcable, is approximately 0.7 µH/m.
20
The effective inductance of the high-voltage transformer (→ nameplate) is calculated on
the basis of the data on the high-voltage transformer using the following formula:
21
Ltransf = (uKT × Umains2) / (2π × fmains × ST) = (uKT/ST) × k2
Ltransf = Effective inductance of the high-voltage transformer [H]
ST
= Apparent power of the high-voltage transformer [VA] (→ nameplate)
uKT
= Short-circuit voltage of the high voltage transformer [V] (→ nameplate)
k2
= Umains2 / (2π × fmains)
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The following factor k2 is used for the various types of power supply system:
Umains = AC 400 V, fmains = 50Hz
Umains = AC 460 V, fmains = 60Hz
Umains = AC 500 V, fmains = 50Hz
k2 = 509 V2s
k2 = 561 V2s
k2 = 795 V2s
Example:
Umains = AC 400 V, fmains = 50 Hz, ST = 250 kVA, uKT = 4 %
Lcable = 0.07 mH (100 m), LND = 0.03 mH (ND200-0033)
Ltransf = [0.04/(250 × 103 VA)] × 509 V2s = 0.08 mH
uK = (0.08 × 10–3 H + 0.07 × 10–3 H + 0.048 × 10–3 H) × 159.2 H–1= 0.031 = 3.1 %
Result:
The uK value of 3.1 % is permitted; MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A may be operated.
When dimensioning the supply power of the incoming power supply system, take into
account the power required by the MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A regenerative power supply
unit listed in the following table. If you operate four MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A 0370 units
at the same time, the power required will be 440 kVA.
Input fuses and
supply system
lead
MOVIDRIVE®
Required power
MDR60A0370
110 kVA
MDR60A0750
180 kVA
MDR60A1320
100 kVA
Always comply with the regulations issued by specific countries and for specific
machines regarding fusing and the selection of cable cross sections.
Line protection types in the operating classes gL, gG:
•
Rated fusing voltage ≥ Rated supply voltage
•
Depending on the inverter utilization, rated fusing currents have to be designed for
100% of the rated inverter currents.
Line protection switches with characteristics B, C:
DC link connection and DC link
circuit fusing
•
Line protection rated voltage ≥ rated supply voltage
•
Rated line protection currents must be 10 % above the rated inverter current.
DC link connection:
The maximum permitted cable length is 5 m. You do not have to install a fuse in the DC
link circuit under the following conditions:
•
The DC link connection is protected by the input fuse installed before the regenerative power unit. Note that 1.25 times the rated current is present in the DC link. It is
a good idea to have a DC link connection with the maximum permitted terminal cross
section of the connected units (→ "Cable cross section of DC link connection" on
page 25).
•
The maximum permitted cable length is 3 m, the risk of short circuits is reduced to a
minimum and the cable is not routed close to combustible substances.
The length of the DC link connection should always be kept as short as possible.
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Prefabricated
cables for the DC
link connection
4
DC link circuit fuses F25 F26:
1
The DC link circuit fuse must be configured for the line protection of the DC link connection. You must install a fuse in each of the cables +UZ and -UZ. The fuses must be
capable of disconnecting DC 500 V. Note that 1.25 times the rated current is present in
the DC link.
2
3
SEW-EURODRIVE recommends using the following cable sets for the DC link connection. These cable sets offer the appropriate dielectric strength and are also color-coded.
Color coding is necessary because cross-polarity and ground faults could cause irreparable damage to the connected equipment.
4
5
The length of the cables restricts the DC link connection to the permitted length of 5 m.
They can also be cut to length by the customer for connecting several units. The lugs
for connection to the regenerative power supply unit and an inverter are supplied with
the cable set. Use commercially available lugs for connecting additional inverters. The
inverters must then be connected to the regenerative power supply unit in star configuration.
Cable set type
DCP12A
DCP13A
DCP15A
DCP16A
814 567 9
814 250 5
814 251 3
817 593 4
0005 ... 0110
0150 ... 0370
0450 ... 0750
0900 ... 1320
Part number
For connecting MOVIDRIVE
®
6
7
8
9
The cable sets comprise the following parts:
10
DCP12A
DCP13A
DCP15A
DCP16A
1 PVC single-core cable
H07V-K
Color black, 4 mm2
(AWG12),
l=5m
1 PVC single-core cable
H07V-K
Color black, 25 mm2
(AWG4),
l=5m
1 PVC single-core
cable H07V-K
Color black, 50 mm2
(AWG1/0),
l=5m
2 PVC single-core cable
H07V-K
Color black, 150 mm2
(AWG5/0),
l=5m
1 PVC single-core cable
H07V-K
Color red, 4 mm2
(AWG12),
l=5m
1 PVC single-core cable
H07V-K
Color red, 25 mm2
(AWG4),
l=5m
1 PVC single-core
cable H07V-K
Color red, 50 mm2
(AWG1/0),
l=5m
2 pieces shrink tubing,
color red,
to distinguish from PVC
single-core cables
2 ring cable lugs
DIN46234 4-6
2 ring cable lugs
DIN46234 6-6
4 ring cable lugs
DIN 46234 6-25
2 conductor end sleeves
DIN 46228 E 4-12
2 compression-type
sockets
DIN 46235 10-25
2 ring cable lugs
DIN 46234 10-4
2 compression-type
sockets
DIN 46235 12- 25
11
12
13
14
2 compression-type
sockets
DIN46235 10-150
4 compression-type
sockets
DIN 46235 10-50
15
4 compression-type
sockets
DIN 46235 12- 150
16
2 compression-type
sockets
DIN 46235 12- 50
17
2 ring cable lugs
DIN 46234 12-4
Fusing
18
19
Observe country-specific and system-specific regulations when fusing the cable
cross sections and, if necessary, the guidelines for UL-compliant installation.
SEW-EURODRIVE recommends the following fuses when using prefabricated cable
sets:
20
21
Cable set type
Fusing1)
DCP12A
DCP13A
DCP15A
DCP16A
30 A
80 A
160 A
315 A
22
1) With an ambient temperature of 25 °C; AC 400 V rated voltage; DC link current = 100 % inverter load
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Selecting the braking resistor BW.../ BW...-T / BW...-P
4
4.3
Selecting the braking resistor BW.../ BW...-T / BW...-P
High voltage
The connection leads to the braking resistor carry a high DC voltage (approx. 900 V).
The braking resistor cables must be suitable for this high DC voltage.
Cable length
•
The data in this section applies to BW... / BW...-T and BW...-P braking resistors.
•
The maximum permitted cable length between MOVIDRIVE® and the braking
resistor is 100 m.
Parallel connection
Two braking resistors must be connected in parallel for some inverter/resistor combinations. In this case, the trip current must be set on the bimetallic relay to twice the
value of IF entered in the table.
Peak braking
power
Due to the DC link voltage and the resistance value, the peak braking power can be less
than the load capacity of the braking resistor. The peak braking power is determined as
follows:
Pmax =
U2DC
R
54492AXX
UDC is the maximum permitted DC link voltage. Its value is
– UDC = DC 970 V for MOVIDRIVE® MDX60/61B...-5_3 (AC 400/500 V units)
The following table lists the peak braking power levels that are possible for the different
resistance values.
Peak braking power
Resistance value
MDX60/61B...-5_3 (AC 400/500 V units)
100 Ω
32
9.4 kW
72 Ω
13.0 kW
68 Ω
13.8 kW
47 Ω
20.0 kW
39 Ω
24.0 kW
27 Ω
34.8 kW
18 Ω
52.2 kW
15 Ω
62.7 kW
12 Ω
78.4 kW
9 Ω (2 × BW018 parallel)
104 kW
7.5 Ω (2 × BW915 parallel)
125 kW
6Ω
156 kW
3 Ω (2 × BW106/206 parallel)
313 kW
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4
Assignment to AC 400/500 V units (...-5_3)
Braking resistor type BW...
Part number
1
BW090P52B
BW100005
BW100006
BW072003
BW072005
BW168
BW268
824 563 0
826 269 1
821 701 7
826 058 3
826 060 5
820,604 X
820 715 1
BW100006T
BW168-T
BW268-T
1 820 415 8
1 820 133 4
1 820 417 1
0.8 kW
1.4 kW
2.6 kW
4.8 kW
7.6 kW
1.2 kW
2.2 kW
3.8 kW
7.2 kW
11 kW
Braking resistor type BW...-T
Part number
Load capacity
at
100 % cdf
50 % cdf1)
25 % cdf
12 % cdf
6 % cdf
0.45 kW
0.60 kW
0.83 kW
1.11 kW
2.00 kW
0.23 kW
0.31 kW
0.42 kW
0.58 kW
1.00 kW
0.6 kW
1.1 kW
1.9 kW
3.6 kW
5.7 kW
0.45 kW
0.60 kW
0.83 kW
1.11 kW
2.00 kW
0.10 kW
0.15 kW
0.2 kW
0.4 kW
0.7kW
2
3
4
5
Observe regenerative power limit of the inverter!
(= 150 % of the recommended motor power → Technical Data)
Resistance value
RBW
Trip current (of F16)
IF
Design
90 Ω ±35 %
100 Ω ±10 %
-
PTC
Connections/
Tightening torque
Cables
Enclosure
IP20
Ambient temperature
72 Ω ±10 %
68 Ω ±10 %
4.2 ARMS
7
Flat design
Wire resistor on ceramic
core
8
Ceramic
terminals
2.5 mm2
(AWG13)
0.5 Nm
Cables
Ceramic terminals
2.5 mm2 (AWG13)
0.5 Nm
IP20 (when
installed)
IP54
0.8 ARMS
2.4 ARMS
Flat design
Wire resistor on
ceramic
core
Cables
IP54
6
ϑU
0.6 ARMS
1 ARMS
3.4 ARMS
9
10
IP20 (when installed)
11
–20 ... +40 °C
Type of cooling
KS = Self-cooling
0005 ...
0014
for MOVIDRIVE®
0005 ...
0022
0015 ...
0040
0005 ...
0040
0005 ... 0014
12
0015 ...
0040
13
1) cdf = Cyclic duration factor of the braking resistor in relation to a cycle duration TD ≤ 120 s.
Braking resistor type BW...
BW147
BW247
BW347
BW039-012
Part number
820 713 5
820 714 3
820 798 4
821 689 4
Braking resistor type BW...-T
BW147-T
BW247-T
BW347-T
BW039-012-T
BW039-026-T
BW039-050-T
1 820 134 2
1 820 084 2
1 820 135 0
1 820 136 9
1 820 415 5
1 820 137 7
1.2 kW
2.2 kW
3.8 kW
7.2 kW
11 kW
2.0 kW
3.6 kW
6.4 kW
12 kW
19 kW2)
4.0 kW
7.2 kW
12.8 kW
20 kW2)
20 kW2)
1.2 kW
2.1 kW
3.8 kW
7.2 kW
11.4 kW
2.6 kW
4.7 kW
8.3 kW
15.6 kW
24.0 kW2)
5.0 kW
8.5 kW
15.0 kW
24.0 kW2)
24.0 kW2)
Part number
Load capacity
at
100 % cdf
50 % cdf1)
25 % cdf
12 % cdf
6 % cdf
14
15
16
17
Observe regenerative power limit of the inverter!
(= 150 % of the recommended motor power → Technical Data)
Resistance value
RBW
Trip current (of F16)
IF
Design
47 Ω ±10 %
5 ARMS
6.5 ARMS
5.5 ARMS
8.1 ARMS
11.3 ARMS
19
Grid resistor
Ceramic terminals 2.5 mm2 (AWG13) / 0.5 Nm
BW347-T: Ceramic terminals 10 mm2 (AWG18) / 1.6 Nm
Enclosure
M8 stud /
6 Nm
20
IP20 (when installed)
Ambient temperature
ϑU
–20 ... +40 °C
Type of cooling
for MOVIDRIVE
9.2 ARMS
Wire resistor on ceramic core
Connections/
Tightening torque
18
39 Ω ±10 %
®
21
KS = Self-cooling
0055/0075
0110
22
1) cdf = Cyclic duration factor of the braking resistor in relation to a cycle duration TD ≤ 120 s.
2) Physical power limit due to DC link voltage and resistance value.
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Selecting the braking resistor BW.../ BW...-T / BW...-P
4
Braking resistor type BW...
Part number
821 684 3
Braking resistor type BW..-T/-P
Part number
Load capacity
at
BW018-015
100 % cdf
50 % cdf1)
25 % cdf
12 % cdf
6 % cdf
BW018-015-P
BW018-035-T
BW018-075-T
BW915-T
1 820 416 3
1 820 138 5
1 820 139 3
1 820 413 9
1.5 kW
2.5 kW
4.5 kW
6.7 kW
11.4 kW
3.5 kW
5.9 kW
10.5 kW
15.7 kW
26.6 kW
7.5 kW
12.7 kW
22.5 kW
33.7 kW
52.2 kW2)
16 kW
27.2 kW
48 kW
62.7 kW2)
62.7 kW2)
Observe regenerative power limit of the inverter!
(= 150 % of the recommended motor power → Technical Data)
Resistance value
RBW
Trip current (of F16)
IF
Design
Connections/
Tightening torque
18 Ω ±10 %
9.1 ARMS
15 Ω ±10 %
13.9 ARMS
20.4 ARMS
Wire resistor on
ceramic core
Steel-grid resistor
BW018-015: Ceramic
terminals
2.5 mm2 (AWG13) /
0.5 Nm
BW018-015-P: Terminal
2.5 mm2 (AWG13) /
1 Nm
M8 bolt / 6 Nm
Enclosure
32.6 ARMS
IP20 (when installed)
Ambient temperature
ϑU
–20 ... +40 °C
Type of cooling
KS = Self-cooling
0150/0220 and 2 × parallel for 0370/04503)
for MOVIDRIVE®
0220
1) cdf = Cyclic duration factor of the braking resistor in relation to a cycle duration TD ≤ 120 s.
2) Physical power limit due to DC link voltage and resistance value.
3) When connected in parallel, the load capacity and trip current are doubled.
Braking resistor type BW...Part number
821 680 0
Braking resistor type BW..-T/-P
Part number
Load capacity
at
BW012-025
100 % cdf
50 % cdf1)
25 % cdf
12 % cdf
6 % cdf
BW012-025-P
BW012-050T
BW012-100-T
BW106-T
BW206-T
1 820 414 7
1 820 140 7
1 820 141 5
1 820 083 4
1 820 412 0
2.5 kW
4.2 kW
7.5 kW
11.2 kW
19.0 kW
5.0 kW
8.5 kW
15.0 kW
22.5 kW
38.0 kW
10 kW
17 kW
30 kW
45 kW
76 kW
13.5 kW
23 kW
40 kW
61 kW
102 kW
18 kW
30.6 kW
54 kW
81 kW
136.8 kW
Observe regenerative power limit of the inverter!
(= 150 % of the recommended motor power → Technical Data)
Resistance value
RBW
Trip current (of F16)
IF
12 Ω ±10 %
14.4 ARMS
6 Ω ±10 %
20.4 ARMS
28.8 ARMS
Design
Enclosure
M8 bolt / 6 Nm
IP20 (when installed)
ϑU
–20 ... +40 °C
Type of cooling
for MOVIDRIVE®
54.7 ARMS
Steel-grid resistor
Ceramic terminals 2.5 mm2 (AWG13) / 0.5 Nm
BW012-025-P: Terminals 4 mm2 (AWG12) / 4 Nm
Connections/
Tightening torque
Ambient temperature
47.4 ARMS
KS = Self-cooling
0300
0370...0750 and 2 × parallel for
0900/1100/13202)
1) cdf = Cyclic duration factor of the braking resistor in relation to a cycle duration TD ≤ 120 s.
2) When connected in parallel, the load capacity and trip current are doubled.
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Selecting the braking resistor BW.../ BW...-T / BW...-P
Example
•
High-bay warehouse transporting equipment with three drives
•
Only hoist and travel drives can travel together
•
Emergency stop ramp = 1 second
•
•
•
Travel drive:
MOVIDRIVE®
4
1
2
MDX61B0300-503-4-00, PMot = 30 kW
3
®
Hoist drive: MOVIDRIVE MDX61B0450-503-4-00, PMot = 45 kW
Telescopic drive:
MOVIDRIVE®
MDX61B0022-503-00, PMot = 2.2 kW
4
The demand factor for acceleration and deceleration can differ. Depending on the application, not all drives have to accelerate at the same time (motor operation) Simultaneous braking (regenerative operation) must be taken into account for all drives moving
at the same time.
5
6
Checking the
admissibility of the
unit combinations
for MDR60A0750
The maximum permitted number of six inverter is not required. It is necessary to check
the limitation imposed by the total evaluation point score (inverter connected load /
inverter combinations):
•
1 MDX61B0300-503-00 = 4 points
•
1 MDX61B0450-503-00 = 8 points
•
1 MDX61B0022-503-00 = 1 point
7
8
9
Total amount is 13 points. You can connect up to 45 points to the MDR60A0750. It is
permitted to connect these three inverters to the regenerative power supply unit.
Checking the load
limit in motor operation
Checking the load
limit in regenerative operation
10
Σ Pmax mot = (Ptravel + Phoist) × 150 % ≤ PMDR × 150 %
11
Σ Pmax mot = 112.5 kW ≤ 112.5 kW → permitted
12
13
Maximum regenerative peak braking power which may occur at the same time:
Pmax gen = (Ptravel + Phoist) × 150 % x η
Pmax gen = (30 kW + 45 kW) × 150 % × 0.85 ≤ PMDR × 150 %
•
14
→ permitted
15
1 second stop ramp corresponds to 0.833 % cdf (cyclic duration factor) of a braking
resistor.
16
(cdf = stop ramp / cycle duration = 1 s /120 s = 0.00833)
•
According to the assignment table, the following combination is possible:
17
– BW106, load capacity at 1 % cdf: 120 kW
– Alternative: 2 × BW012-025 parallel, load capacity at 1 % ED: together 100 kW
18
19
20
21
22
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Installation notes
5
5
Installation (MDR60A0370/750)
This section includes a description of the installation of MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A 0370503-00 and MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A 0750-503-00 regenerative power supply units.
Nameplate
The nameplate is attached to the front of the unit.
Figure 9: MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A 0750-503-00 nameplate
5.1
01899AXX
Installation notes
Observe the safety notes in the MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B operating instructions
during installation!.
•
The ready signal must be evaluated to protect the unit (→ Sec. "Startup").
•
For operation with MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A, do not connect the power supply
connections of the individual MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B inverters to the power
supply!
•
Caution Danger of burns!
During operation, the heat sink temperature can rise to more than 70 °C .
36
Tightening
torques
•
Only use genuine connection elements. Note the permitted tightening torques
of power terminals for MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters.
Minimum clearance and mounting position
•
Observe the minimum wire bending spaces in accordance with EN 61800-5-1.
•
Leave at least 100 mm clearance at the top and bottom for optimum cooling. Make
sure air circulation in the clearance is not impaired by cables or other installation
material. Do not install any heat-sensitive components within 300 mm of the top of
the unit.
•
Ensure an unobstructed cooling air supply and make sure that air heated by other
units cannot be drawn in or reused.
•
There is no need for clearance at the sides. You can line up the units directly next to
one another.
•
Only install the units vertically. You must not install them horizontally, tilted or upside
down.
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Installation notes
5
Separate cable
ducts
•
Route power cables and electronics cables in separate cable ducts.
1
Fuses and earthleakage circuit
breakers
•
Install fuses at the start of the supply system lead after the supply bus junction.
2
•
MOVIDRIVE®
MDR60A0370/0750 can cause direct current in the protective earth
(PE). If an earth-leakage circuit breaker is used for a direct or indirect touch guard,
only connect an earth-leakage circuit breaker of type B on the power supply end of
the MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0370/0750.
3
4
If you do not install an earth-leakage circuit breaker, you must apply alternative protective measures in accordance with EN 61800-5-1, for example:
5
– Disconnection from the environment by means of double or reinforced insulation
– Disconnection from the supply system by means of a transformer
6
Polarity of the DC
link connections
•
7
Pay close attention to the correct polarity of the DC link connections. False
polarity of the DC link connections will cause irreparable damage to the connected units! The DC link connection carries a high DC voltage (approximately 900 V).
Twist the DC link cables and only route them inside the control cabinet.
8
9
Connect inverter
to MDR60A
•
Connect inverters in star configuration only to the regenerative power supply unit.
Make sure to consult the installation notes in the operating instructions for the
inverter.
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
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Installation (MDR60A0370/750)
EMC-compliant installation
5
5.2
EMC-compliant installation
•
The control cables must be shielded.
•
Apply the shield by the shortest possible route and make sure it is grounded
over a wide area at both ends. Ground one end of the shield via a suppression
capacitor (220 nF / 50 V) to avoid ground loops. If using double-shielded cables,
ground the outer shield on the inverter end and the inner shield on the other end.
00755BXX
Figure 10: Correct shield connection using metal clamp (shield clamp) or metal cable gland
5.3
•
You can also use earthed sheet-metal ducts or metal pipes to shield the cables.
Route the power and control cables separately.
•
Provide high frequency compatible grounding for the inverter and all additional
units (wide area metal-on-metal contact between the unit housing and ground, e.g.
unpainted control cabinet mounting panel).
•
A line filter must be installed. Install the line filter close to MDR60A beyond the minimum clearance.
•
For detailed information on EMC compliant installation, refer to the publication "Electromagnetic Compatibility in Drive Engineering" from SEW-EURODRIVE.
UL compliant installation
Note the following points for UL compliant installation:
•
Use copper lines with a temperature range of minimum 75 °C as connection cable
only.
•
Permitted tightening torques for MOVIDRIVE® power terminals:
– Size 3
– Size 4
•
38
(MDR60A 0370)
(MDR60A 0750)
→
→
3.5 Nm
14 Nm
MOVIDRIVE® drive inverters are suitable for operation with voltage supply systems
with a maximum voltage of AC 500 V. You will find the maximum permitted supply
current and the size of the input fuses in the MOVIDRIVE® MDX60B/61B operating
instructions or system manual.
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Wiring diagrams
5.4
5
Wiring diagrams
1
DC link connection without regenerative power supply unit in connection type A
2
L1
L2
3
L3
PE
4
K11
(AC-3)
5
6
U1 V1 W1
U1 V1 W1
ND...
7
ND...
U2 V2 W2
U2 V2 W2
L1 L2 L3
Line filter NF...
L1' L2' L3'
8
L1 L2 L3
Line filter NF...
L1' L2' L3'
9
DC link connection max. 2 m
X1:
쵰
1
2
3
X4:
L1 L2 L3
7
8
쵰
쵰
U
V
W
4
5
6
X1:
쵰
-UZ +UZ PE
1. MOVIDRIVE®/ MOVITRAC®
X2:
10
X3:
+R -R
PE
9
쵰
8
1
2
3
X4:
L1 L2 L3
A faulty DC link (false polarity,
ground fault) can cause
irreparable damage to the
connected units.
7
8
11
쵰
-UZ +UZ PE
12
2. MOVIDRIVE®/ MOVITRAC®
X2:
쵰
U
V
W
4
5
6
X3:
13
+R -R PE
7
8
쵰
14
15
16
쵰
F16 affects K11
17
BW...
쵰
M
3-phase
쵰
18
M
19
3-phase
54279CEN
20
21
22
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Wiring diagrams
5
DC link connection without regenerative power supply unit in connection type B
L1
L2
L3
PE
K11
(AC-3)
U1 V1 W1
ND...
U2 V2 W2
L1 L2 L3
Line filter NF...
L1' L 2' L3'
DC link connection max. 2 m
X1:
쵰
1
2
3
X4:
L1 L2 L3
7
8
쵰
쵰
U
V
W
4
5
6
쵰
-UZ +UZ PE
1. MOVIDRIVE®/ MOVITRAC®
X2:
X1:
X3:
+R -R PE
8
9
쵰
1
2
3
X4:
L1 L2 L3
A faulty DC link connection
(false polarity, ground fault)
causes irreparable damage to
the connected units.
8
쵰
-UZ +UZ PE
2. MOVIDRIVE®/ MOVITRAC®
X2:
쵰
7
쵰
U
V
W
4
5
6
X3:
+R -R PE
8
9
쵰
F16 affects K11
BW...
쵰
M
3-phase
쵰
M
3-phase
54280CEN
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Wiring diagrams
5
DC link connection with regenerative power supply unit (MDR60A0370-503-00, MDR60A0750-503-00)
1
2
L1
L2
L3
PE
3
F11 F12 F13
4
K11
(AC3)
A faulty DC link connection (false
polarity, ground fault) causes
irreparable damage to the connected
units.
5
L1 L2 L3
Line filter NF...
L1' L2' L3'
6
U1 V1 W1
Do not connect the power supply
connections of the inverter.
'
U2 V2 W2
7
ND...
L2
L3
7
쵰
8
X1:
-UZ +UZ PE
1
PE L1
쵰
2
3
L2
L3 PE
X3: 1
X4:
max. 5 m
X1:
쵰
®
2
3
4
5
DGND
3
Ready
PE L1
2
DC+24 Voutput
1
DGND
쵰
Inhbit
8
9
10
11
TRIP Red: MDR not ready
Yellow: MDR ready
®
MOVIDRIVE / MOVITRAC
12
MOVIDRIVE®
MDR60A0370-503-00
MDR60A0750-503-00
13
14
X3:
X2:
PE U
V
W
쵰
5
6
4
+R -R
8
9
PE -UZ +UZ -UZ +UZ -UZ +UZ -UZ +UZ PE
PE
X2:
쵰
F25
쵰 7a
8a
7b
8b
7c
8c
7d
bk
rd
15
쵰
8d
rd
bk
16
rd
bk
F26
rd
bk
17
Connection for additional inverters.
If necessary, use an inverter
subdistributor.
쵰
BW... l
18
F16
affects K11
19
54281DEN
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Startup (MDR60A0370/0750)
Evaluation of the ready signal
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Startup (MDR60A0370/0750)
This section includes a description of the startup of MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A 0370503-00 and MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A 0750-503-00 regenerative power supply units.
6.1
Evaluation of the ready signal
The ready signal of the regenerative power unit is revoked when a thermal overload
occurs in MDR60A or in case of power failure. When this message is issued, you must
perform one of the following actions:
A Disconnect the regenerative power supply unit immediately from the power supply.
B Turn off the inverters connected to the regenerative power supply unit immediately.
C Turn off the inverters connected to the regenerative power supply unit after delay
time.
D Bring the drive to a controlled stop.
Points A, B and C are concerned with the thermal protection of the unit while D is principally concerned with stopping the drives.
•
Response A: Disconnect regenerative power unit from the power supply immediately
To protect the regenerative power unit against thermal overload, the ready signal
must be used to disconnect input contactor K11 from the regenerative power unit.
The following diagram shows how the ready signal (ready) from the regenerative power
supply unit must be connected to the "Power supply system on" binary input of the
inverter in order to perform evaluation in accordance with responses B... D.
Regenerative power supply
unit MDR60A
X3:
Ref. potential binary signals
DC+24 V output
Inhibit
Ready signal
Ref. potential binary signals
MOVIDRIVE
inverter
DGND
5
®
/Controller inhibit
CW/stop
CCW/stop
Enable/stop
Power on
Error reset
Ref. X13:DIØØ...DIØ5
DC+24-V output
Ref. potential binary signals
RS-485+
RS 485
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1
+24 V 2
Sperre 3
Berei t 4
DGND
®
MOVITRAC
inverter
X13:
DIØØ
DIØ1
DIØ2
DIØ3
DIØ4
DIØ5
DCOM
VO24
DGND
ST11
ST12
*
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
CW/stop
CCW/stop
Enable/stop
Enable/stop or
/Controller inhibit
Error reset
Ref. potential binary signals
*X10 for MOVITRAC® 07 A
DIØ1
DIØ2
DIØ3
DIØ4
DIØ5
....
....
DGND
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Response B: Turn off the inverters connected to the regenerative power unit
immediately
1
MOVIDRIVE®: The ready message is applied to a digital input of all the connected
inverters. Set this input to "Power supply ON" (P60_). This setting will give you the
option to turn off the inverter (P521 "Power off response = /CONTROLLER INHIBIT"). Set the "Power off response time" (P520) to 0 seconds.
2
3
Inverter parameter settings:
4
– P520 (Power off response time) = "0 sec."
– P521 (Power off response)
= "/CONTROLLER INHIBIT"
– P60_ (binary input)
= "MAINS ON"
5
MOVITRAC® 07: Connect terminal X3:4 "Ready" on MDR60A to a binary input programmed to "/Controller inhibit."
•
6
Response C: Turn off the inverters connected to the regenerative power supply unit after delay time (not for MOVITRAC® 07):
7
The following possibility is available if supply system failures during motor operation
should not immediately give rise to an inverter switch-off, e.g. if the power supply system quality is poor:
8
9
Proceed as described in response B. Set the "Power off response time" (P520) to
≥ 300 ms so that the ON delay (200 ms) of the regenerative power supply unit is
bypassed once supply voltage has returned. Supply system failures that do not last
longer than the power off response time minus 200 ms do not cause the inverters to
disconnect.
10
11
If power supply failures should not cause inverters to disconnect in regenerative
operation, the inverters must be equipped with braking resistors.
12
Inverter parameter settings:
– P520 (Power off response time) = "0.3 ... 5.0 sec."
– P521 (Power off response)
= "/CONTROLLER INHIBIT"
– P60_ (binary input)
= "MAINS ON"
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Response D: Bring the drives to a controlled stop
15
MOVIDRIVE®: The inverters must be fitted with braking resistors in order to allow the
drives to be brought to a controlled stop (emergency stop ramp) in the event of a
power failure or a fault in the unit (→ sec. 4.3).
16
Proceed as described for response B. The emergency stop ramp must be initiated
immediately and set as short as possible so that the drive is still in regenerative
operation when it comes to a stop. Set the "Power off response time" (P520) to 0 s.
17
Inverter parameter settings:
18
–
–
–
–
P137 (Emergency ramp)
=
P520 (Power off response time) =
P521 (Power off response)
=
P60_ (binary input)
=
"xxx sec."
"0 sec."
"EMERGENCY STOP"
"MAINS ON"
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MOVITRAC® 07: Connect terminal X3:4 "Ready" on MDR60A to a binary input programmed to "Enable/stop" and set the stop ramp (P136).
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Parameter setting P52_ "Power off control"
0
6.2
Parameter setting P52_ "Power off control"
Program a MOVIDRIVE® binary input (P60_/P61_) to "Power on" to enable evaluation
of an external power on signal. The ready signal from the MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A
regenerative power supply unit is used as the power on signal.
P520 Power off
response time
P521 Power off
response
•
The parameter factory setting is underlined.
•
Parameter setting P52_ is not available for MOVITRAC® 07A/MOVITRAC® B
Setting range: 0 ... 5 s (step width: 0.1 s)
Use this parameter to set the delay time. There will be no response to a power failure
during the delay period. The power off response time must be set to ≥ 300 ms because
the ready signal of the regenerative power supply unit is set to a "0" signal for 200 ms in
the event of brief power supply system failures. The delay time is not effect when P520
< 300 ms.
Setting range: CONTROL.INHIBIT / EMERGENCY STOP
The power off response takes effect if the power on signal = "0" and the power off
response time has elapsed. The power off response does not produce an error message
in the inverter. The following settings can be made:
•
CONTROLLER INHIBIT
The output stage is inhibited (= high-resistance) and the brake is applied or a motor
without a brake coasts to a stop. The drive restarts when the power on signal = "1."
•
EMERGENCY STOP
A stop is initiated using the emergency ramp (t14/t24). The brake is applied when the
start/stop speed (P300/P310) is reached. The emergency stop is interrupted and the
drive restarted if the power on signal changes to "1" during the stopping procedure.
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Reset
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7
Operation and Service (MDR60A0370/0750)
1
2
MOVIDRIVE®
This section includes a description of the installation of
MDR60A 0370503-00 and MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A 0750-503-00 regenerative power supply units.
3
4
7.1
Reset
Regenerative
power supply unit
5
The regenerative power supply unit is automatically reset after it has been switched off
(→ sec. "Operating characteristics").
6
Inverter
The power off response does not produce an error message in the inverter (no reset
required). Other errors, such as"UZ overvoltage" must be reset. Program a binary input
on the inverter to "RESET" for that purpose. The reset is activated by a positive edge
("0" → "1" signal). A reset can also be achieved by switching the supply voltage off and
on again.
7
8
9
Regenerative power supply
unit MDR60A
X3:
Ref. potential binary signals
DC+24 V output
Inhibit
Ready signal
Ref. potential binary signals
®
MOVIDRIVE
inverter
Ref.
/Controller inhibit
CW/stop
CCW/stop
Enable/stop
Power on
Reset
X13:DIØØ...DIØ5
DC+24 V output
Ref. potential binary signals
RS-485+
RS-485 -
DGND
DGND 1
+24
+24 V
V 2
Sperre
3
Bereit
Bereit 4
DGND
DGND
10
11
5
12
Master
controller
X13:
DIØØ 1
DIØ1 2
DIØ2 3
DIØ3 4
DIØ4 5
DIØ5 6
DCOM** 7
VO24 8
DGND 9
ST11 10
ST12 11
13
Binary
outputs
14
Ref.binary
outputs
15
DGND
16
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Figure 11: Connecting the regenerative power supply unit and control to the inverter
17
** If the binary inputs are connected to the DC 24 V voltage supply X13:8 "VO24", then
install a jumper between X13:7 and X13:9 (DCOM to DGND) on MOVIDRIVE®.
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19
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Operating characteristics
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7.2
Operating characteristics
The regenerative power supply unit permits safe operating characteristics at an overload capacity of IN = 150 % for at least 60 s when maintaining the power supply system
prerequisites.
Ready signal
Supply system failures (affecting one or more phases) are detected within one supply
system half-wave. The regenerative function is inhibited and the ready signal revoked.
The return supply voltage is also detected within one supply system half-wave. It is fed
back automatically into the supply system after a switch-on delay of 200 ms. The ready
signal is then set again. The supply system rectifier of the regenerative power unit
always remains switched on.
The ready signal is revoked when a thermal overload occurs in the regenerative power
unit or in case of power failure. This ready signal must be evaluated in order to provide
thermal protection for the regenerative power supply unit.
A braking resistor must be connected to the inverter to be able to bring the drives to a
controlled stop in case of an interruption in the power supply or power failure. This
resistor is only energized during braking when there is a power supply interruption.
Unit status/
supply system status
Response
Ready signal
Ready signal
indicator
Supply system failure
or
unit fault
Power failure is detected under load
within one supply system half-wave.
Regenerative power supply inhibited
immediately.
Input rectifier remains switched on.
Not ready
Red
Supply system O.K. is detected within
one supply system half-wave. After a
delay of 200 ms1) the regenerative
power supply unit will be started automatically.
Ready after 200 ms
Yellow
→ MDR60A not ready
Supply system OK again
and
no unit fault
→ MDR60A ready
1) Ensures safe operation in the event of contactor chatter.
Inhibit inverter of
regenerative
power supply unit
To keep the power supply disturbances to a minimum, you can inhibit the inverter of the
regenerative power supply unit using a DC 24 V signal at terminal X3:3 (inhibit). The
minimum blocking time is one second, i.e. if the DC 24 V signal is active for less than
1 second, the regenerative power unit remains inhibited for one second.
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0370/0750 units (sizes 3 and 4) display the operating status
"Ready" even when inhibited. Take this fact into account in your system’s sequence control.
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SEW electronics service
7.3
7
SEW electronics service
Sending in for
repair
Status label
1
Please contact SEW-EURODRIVE electronics service if a fault cannot be repaired
(→ "Customer and spare parts service").
2
When contacting SEW electronics service, always quote the digits on the status label so
that our service personnel can assist you more effectively.
3
Please provide the following information when sending the unit in for repair:
4
•
Serial number (→ nameplate)
•
Unit designation
•
Digits on the status label
•
Short description of application (drive application, control via terminals or serial)
•
Connected components (inverter, etc.)
•
Nature of the error
•
Accompanying circumstances
•
Your own presumptions as to what has happened
•
Any unusual events preceding the problem, etc.
5
6
7
8
9
10
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A regenerative power supply units have a service label attached
to them; the label is located at the side of the unit.
11
12
13
14
[1]
57225AXX
15
[1] = Hardware status
16
17
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19
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Introduction (MDR60A1320-503-00)
Scope of delivery
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Introduction (MDR60A1320-503-00)
The following sections include information on
MDR60A1320-503-00 regenerative power supply unit only.
About these operating instructions
Terminology
the
MOVIDRIVE®
•
This operating instructions is a guideline for the safe operation of and with the
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00 regenerative power supply unit. It contains
safety notes to be observed and information that is necessary for fault-free operation
making use of all advantages offered by the unit.
•
All persons operating the MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00 regenerative power
supply units must have a copy of these operating instructions at their disposal and
pay attention to the important data and notes.
•
The operating instructions must always be complete and legible.
•
Regenerative power supply unit
The MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1302-503-00 regenerative power supply unit will be referred to as "regenerative power supply unit."
•
Drive controller
The frequency inverter used in connection with the regenerative power supply unit
will be referred to as "Drive controller."
•
Drive system
Drive systems with regenerative power supply units, drive controllers and other drive
components will be referred to as "Drive system."
8.1
Scope of delivery
•
1 MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00 regenerative power supply unit
•
1 Operating instructions
Check to make sure upon receipt of delivery that scope of delivery corresponds to shipping documents. We are not liable for any claims filed afterwards.
File your complaints about
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obvious shipping damages with the shipping company.
•
obvious defects / incomplete deliveries immediately with SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH
& Co KG.
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Legal provisions
Identification
•
•
1
Nameplate
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00 regenerative power supply units are clearly
identified as such by the nameplate.
2
CE marking
3
Meeting the EC guideline "Low voltage."
•
4
Manufacturer
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG, Ernst-Blickle-Straße 42, 76646 Bruchsal.
Designated use
5
•
Operate MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00 regenerative power supply units
only at those operating conditions listed in these operating instructions.
6
•
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00 regenerative power supply units are components
7
– for feeding and regeneration of electrical energy
– for installation into a machine
– for assembly with other components to form a machine
8
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00 regenerative power supply units
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•
– are electrical equipment for installation in control cabinets or other closed operating spaces
– meet the safety requirements of the EC guideline "Machines"
– are no household appliances but are intended for commercial use only.
•
•
Limited warranty
•
10
11
Drive systems with MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00 regenerative power supply
unit meet the EC guideline "Electromagnetic compatibility" if they are installed according to the guidelines of the CE typical drive system. They can be operated
12
– in public and private power supply systems
– in industrial environments as well as residential and business environments
13
The customer is responsible for maintaining the EC guidelines in the machine operation.
14
The information, data and notes in these operating instructions were the most recent
at the time of publishing. We do not accept claims for changes to regenerative power
supply units that were delivered previously based on the information, illustrations and
descriptions contained in these instructions.
•
The process engineering notes and wiring sections represented in these operating
instructions are recommendations that need to be checked for the respective application. SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG is not liable for suitability of the indicated
processes and circuit suggestions.
•
We are not liable for any damages or problems resulting from:
–
–
–
–
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16
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disregarding the operating instructions
unapproved changes to the regenerative power supply unit
operation errors
inappropriate operation of and with the regenerative power supply unit
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Warranty
•
Conditions for limited warranty: see Terms and Conditions for Sale issued by
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG.
•
File any limited warranty claims immediately after registering the defect or error.
•
Limited warranty expires in all cases in which you cannot file liability claims.
Waste disposal
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Material
Recycling
Disposal
Metal
X
–
Plastic
X
–
Printed-circuit boards
–
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Safety Notes (MDR60A1320-503-00)
General
information
•
The safety and operation notes are effective for drive inverters according to the low
voltage guideline 73/23/EEC.
•
Pay attention to the product-specific safety and operation notes in these instructions!
1
2
3
During operation, regenerative power supply units according to their enclosure can have
live, bare or moveable parts as well as hot surfaces.
4
Removing necessary covers, improper use, incorrect installation or operation may result
in severe damages and injuries. Consult the documentation for additional information.
5
Only qualified personnel are to carry out assignments involving transportation, installation and startup as well as maintenance (observe IEC364 or CENELEC HD384 or DIN
VDE0100 and IEC report 664 or DIN VDE0110 and national accident prevention guidelines).
6
7
Qualified personnel in the context of these basic safety notes are all persons familiar
with installation, assembly, startup and operation of the product and possess the necessary qualifications.
8
9
Designated use
Regenerative power supply units are components intended for installation in electrical
systems or machines. In case of installation in machines, startup of the regenerative
power supply units (i.e. start of regular operation) is prohibited until it is determined that
the machine meets the requirements set forth in EC guideline 83/392/EEC (machine
guideline); observe EN 60204.
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11
Startup (i.e. start of regular operation) is permitted with adherence to EMC guideline
only. The regenerative power supply units meet the requirements set forth in low voltage
guideline 73/23/EEC. The harmonized standards of the prEN 50178/DIN VDE0160
series in connection with EN 60439-1/DIN VDE0660 part 500 and EN 60146/DIN
VDE0558 are applied to regenerative power supply units. The technical data and the
information on electrical operating conditions are listed on the nameplate as well as the
documentation; they have to be observed under all circumstances.
Transportation,
putting into
storage
Installation
12
13
14
Observe the notes on transportation, storage and proper handling. Protect the regenerative power supply unit from improper strain. Especially during transportation and handling, the components are not to be deformed or insulation spaces altered. The units
contain components that can be damaged by electrostatic energy that could be
destroyed in case of improper handling. Avoid contact with electronic components and
contacts. Do not start up the unit in case of mechanical defects to electrical and electronic components; it can no longer be guaranteed that applicable standards will be
observed. Observe climatic conditions according to EN 61800-5-1.
15
Installation and cooling of the devices must take place according to the guidelines listed
in the corresponding documentation.
19
Protect the regenerative power supply units from improper strain. Especially during
transportation and handling, the components are not to be deformed or insulation spaces altered. Avoid contact with electronic components and contacts.
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Legal provisions
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Regenerative power supply units contain components that can be damaged by electrostatic energy and could be destroyed in case of improper handling. Prevent mechanical
damage or destruction of electric components (may pose health risk!) Do not start up
the unit in case of mechanical defects to electrical or electronic components; it can no
longer be guaranteed that applicable standards will be observed.
Electrical
connection
Observe applicable national accident prevention guidelines when working on live parts.
Deenergize and secure the system prior to any sort of installation and connection work.
Electrical installation according to pertinent regulations (e.g. line cross sections, fusing,
protective conductor connection). When using regenerative power supply units with frequency inverters but without safety separation from the supply circuit (according to
VDE0100), all control lines have to be included in additional preventive measures (e.g.
double insulation or shielding, grounded and insulated).
You will find notes on EMC compliant installation, such as shielding, grounding, arrangement of filters and routing of lines, in the appendix. Always observe these notes even
with drive inverters bearing the CE marking. The manufacturer of the system or machine
is responsible for maintaining the limits established by the EMC legislation.
Operation
Systems with integrated regenerative power supply units must be equipped with additional monitoring and protection devices according to the applicable safety guidelines,
such as the law governing technical equipment, accident prevention regulations, etc.
Do not touch live components and power connections immediately after separation of
the regenerative power supply units from the supply voltage because there may still be
some charged capacitors. Note the respective reference plates on the frequency
inverter.
Keep all covers and doors closed during operation.
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General safety notes
9.1
9
General safety notes
•
1
We do not claim that these safety notes are complete. Please contact one of our
technicians in case you have any further questions or problems.
2
•
The regenerative power supply unit was state-of-the-art at the time of delivery and is
basically safe to operate.
3
•
The regenerative power supply unit can pose a potential risk for persons, the regenerative power supply unit and other commodities if
4
– Non-qualified personnel operates on or with the regenerative power supply unit
– The regenerative power supply unit is used inappropriately.
•
5
Regenerative power supply units have to be configured so that with correct installation and appropriate use they fulfill their function and do not represent any danger to
persons. The same holds true for their interaction with the entire system.
6
•
The process engineering notes and circuit sections in this documentation are analogous examples and have to be checked for compatibility with each application.
7
•
Operation of the unit permitted with closed, bolted cover and installed flanges only
for reasons of personal safety, observation of EMC guidelines and maintenance of
adequate cooling.
8
•
Operate the drive system in perfect condition only.
9
•
Any changes or modifications to the regenerative power supply unit are basically prohibited.
•
Any limited warranty for the unit expires if it is modified or (even partially) disassembled or it is operated contrary to our instructions.
•
The correct selection and arrangement of electrical equipment is the responsibility of
the system supplier who needs to be familiar with the technical rules and regulations.
•
Operation of regenerative power supply units is permitted on VDE compliant networks of electrical energy supply only! Non-compliance can result in a destruction of
the regenerative power supply units!
•
10
11
12
13
According to applicable standards and guidelines, operation on even short-term,
over-compensated networks or compensation systems without chokes is not permitted because the overvoltages appearing due to oscillations could damage all connected consumers, especially electronic devices such as motor controllers and
regenerative power supply units.
•
Do not feed back regenerative power to generators with light load or no load as well
as regulating transformers without prior consent from SEW-EURODRIVE; such an
approach will result in unintentional voltage rises / overvoltages! The result may be
the destruction of the regenerative power supply unit and any connected units!
•
Do not operate the units on ungrounded systems.
•
Observe the following connection notes for trouble-free and safe operation of the
regenerative power supply units. Any deviations from these prerequisites may result
in malfunctions and damages.
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15
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17
18
19
–
–
–
–
Observe system voltage and DC link voltage.
Power and control cables must be routed separately (> 15 cm).
Used shielded / twisted control cables. Connect both ends of shield to PE!
Use only suitable switching elements to control logic inputs whose contacts are
suitable for the respective voltages.
– Provide adequate grounding for housing of drive, motor controllers and regenerative power unit. Apply shields of power cables over large area on both ends
(remove paint)!
– Ground control cabinet or system to main ground in star point shape (absolutely
avoid ground loops)!
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General safety notes
•
The regenerative power supply unit is intended for fixed connection only as earthleakage currents > 3.5 mA may occur, especially when using filters. The PE conductor cross section must be at least 10 mm2 copper or a second conductor must be
routed electrically parallel to the main ground (star-shape grounding).
•
It is necessary that there is potential equality between the components to be connected (e.g. by means of an equalizing conductor) when using components that do not
come equipped with isolated inputs / outputs. Otherwise the components can be destroyed by circulating currents.
•
The semiconductor of the device must be disconnected to prevent possible destruction when measuring the insulation according to VDE0100/ part 620. This is permitted by the standard because all devices are subject to a high-voltage test to EN
61800-5-1 during the final control.
•
A standard earth leakage circuit breaker (pulse-current sensitive) is not permitted as
the sole protective measure in case of frequency inverter operation with regenerative
power supply unit. In case of frequency inverters with 3-phase input voltage, a direct
component in the fault current can prevent triggering of an earth leakage circuit
breaker in case of ground fault. According to VDE0160 that means an earth leakage
circuit breaker is not permitted as sole protective measure. Additional protective
measures according to VDE0100 part 410 are necessary for TN systems, e.g. protection by means of overcurrent protective device. Protective separation can be used
if permitted by the necessary power and line length. Consider the following measures
when selecting the earth leakage circuit breaker:
– The standard earth leakage circuit breaker has to meet the new design according
to VDE0664.
– The trip current should be 300 mA or more to prevent premature tripping caused
by the earth-leakage currents of the inverter (ca. 200 mA). Depending on the load,
the motor line length and the use of an radio interference suppression these
earth-leakage currents can be a lot stronger.
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Persons responsible for safety
9.2
9
Persons responsible for safety
Operator
•
•
1
An operator is any natural or legal person using the drive system or giving the order
to use the drive system.
2
The operator or his/her safety representative is to guarantee that
–
–
–
–
3
All applicable guidelines, notes and laws are being observed.
Only qualified personnel operate the drive system.
Employees have at their disposal this document for any related work.
Unqualified personnel do not operate the drive system.
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5
Qualified
personnel
9.3
Qualified personnel are those persons who have the necessary training, experience,
instructions as well as knowledge of relevant standards and guidelines, accident prevention regulations and operating conditions and have been appointed by that person
responsible for safety of the system to carry out their necessary jobs and recognize any
possible danger and prevent it (definition of qualified personnel to IEC 60364).
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Designated use
Regenerative power supply units are drive components intended for installation in electrical systems or machines. They are used exclusively for operation on stepless speed
controls of asynchronous AC motors and permanent magnet motors. Operation on electrical consumers is not permitted and can destroy the units. Connection of the regenerative power supply units is permitted in symmetrical networks only. Non-compliance can
result in a destruction of the regenerative power supply units!
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Layout of safety notes
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9.4
Layout of safety notes
All safety notes have the same structure:
•
The icon indicates the type of danger.
•
The signal word indicates the severity of the danger.
•
The note text describes the danger and includes information on how to avoid it.
Used icon
9.5
Meaning
Signal
word
Meaning
Warns of physical harm.
Warns of dangerous electrical
voltage.
Hazard!
Warns of imminent danger.
Consequences in case of disregard:
Severe or fatal injury
Warns of physical harm.
Warns of a general danger
Warning!
Warns of the possibility of a very dangerous situation.
Possible consequences in case of disregard:
Severe or fatal injuries.
Warns of damage to property
Stop!
Warns of possible damage to property.
Possible consequences in case of disregard:
Damage to the drive system or its environment.
Other notes
Tip!
Indicates general, useful information.
Following the tip will simplify operation
of the regenerative power supply unit.
Residual dangers
Personal protection
After disconnection from the power supply system, the + (plus) and – (minus) poles will
still carry dangerous voltages for several minutes.
Unit protection
Cyclical switching on and off of the supply voltage at L1, L2 and L3 can result in an overload of the input current limitation. Wait for at least one minute between turning the unit
off and on again.
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9
General information
1
This information is provided for installers and operators of a system and includes notes
regarding the special characteristics and regulations for the regenerative power supply
unit. We do not claim that these safety notes are complete.
2
3
Special features
in comparison to
the brake
chopper
The regenerative power supply unit does not represent a constant drain, like a braking
resistor, but depends on the current conditions within the power supply system. Commutation notches or voltage fluctuations in the power supply system have an effect on
the reverse current of the unit. The reverse current has to increase in case of a shortterm system voltage drop to still regenerate the required power. Drop of the supply voltage for an extended period of time reduces the maximum power available for feedback.
If only one phase fails, the unit can still operate but the current in the remaining phases
increases by a factor of 1.5.
4
5
6
7
Length of the DC
connection
Operation with a
transformer
•
Install the frequency inverter and the regenerative power supply unit as close as possible to each other.
•
The permitted cable length between frequency inverter and regenerative power supply unit is not to exceed 5 m (16.4 ft.).
•
Route the cables very close to each other.
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9
10
If only a few consumers operate in a power supply section besides the regenerative
power unit, the transformer must be able to transmit the power not used in this section
to the next voltage level without the voltage becoming excessively high in the section.
This means the rated (apparent) power of the transformer must be at least 1.5 times
greater than the (effective) power regenerated from this section to also transmit the harmonics and wattless components of the currents.
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12
These conditions are met in the power supply section shown in following figure when all
other consumers are turned off. If the regenerated power is close to the rated power of
the transformer, the uK value of the transformer must be sufficiently small (max. 6 %) to
limit the voltage increase in the power supply section.
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Operation of MOVIDRIVE -MDR60A1320-503-00 units in connection with variable
transformers with a large uK of 10 - 20 % (e.g. in a design as stalled slipring motor) is
permitted only if the ratio regenerative power/rated power is considerably smaller.
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General information
9
Position of the
commutation
inductance
The commutation inductance required for the drive controllers [2] is integrated in the
regenerative power supply units. It is not permitted to connect an additional commutation inductance in the incoming circuit. Regenerative power supply units are connected
directly to the power supply system [1] (→ following figure).
[1]
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If you do not follow this method of connection, the inductance will prevent synchronization with the power supply system and there may be a voltage increase at the choke
when turning off the unit while current is still flowing. This may damage the regenerative
power supply unit.
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•
The same holds true when installing additional chokes in the incoming circuit,
which is also prohibited.
•
Overvoltages can cause irreparable damage to the connected drive controller
and/or the regenerative power supply unit as well as the other loads!
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Cable and transfer resistors
9
The data on current carrying capacity of cables usually refers to copper conductors. Use
larger cross sections for aluminum conductors due to the higher specific resistance.
1
For both kinds of conductor material you will have to ensure that the connection points
of the conductors are low-resistance and that their number is kept as low as possible.
2
As shown in the following illustration, too many or too high-resistance terminal connections (∆ U) can result in an excessive voltage drop during driving operation and an
excessive voltage peak in regenerative operation.
3
4
∆U ∆U ∆U ∆U ∆U ∆U ∆U
I
[1]
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Based on a stable power supply [1] with 400 V rated voltage and a regenerative current
of 80 A, there will be a voltage loss of 8 V at a poorly designed terminal connection of
100 mΩ. A well designed terminal connection has a transfer resistance of ca. 1 mΩ.
There will be a voltage of 456 V in regenerative operation at the power switch with seven
terminal connections.
12
Overvoltages can destroy the connected drive controller [2] and/or the regenerative power supply unit as well as the other loads!
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Connection of
additional
consumers
It is not permitted to connect additional consumers (e. g. control cabinet fans or air-conditioning units) parallel to the drive controller [2] / regenerative power supply unit in front
of a common power switch (→ following figure) . When triggering the switch, there is no
connection to the power supply system [1] that represents the power drain and the synchronizing element for the incoming and regenerative unit. The IGBTs will now route the
DC link voltage directly to the consumers. The resulting and almost rectangular "power
supply" voltage supplies a current to the consumers whose strength and shape depends
on their impedance. If the power consumption of the consumers is too low, the DC link
voltage will increase in regenerative operation as well as the output voltage of the
regenerative power supply units. This high voltage can damage all connected units.
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Overvoltages can destroy the connected drive controller [2] and/or the regenerative power supply unit as well as the other loads!
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1
The same holds true for the design shown in the following figure. Such a system requires
that at least each regenerative current path is equipped with a separate switch!
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3
4
[1]
5
6
[2]
[2]
7
[2]
8
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[1] Power supply system
[2] Drive controller
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General technical data
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Technical Data (MDR60A1320-503-00)
Properties
•
Very compact size
•
Supply of drive controllers
•
Braking power from drive controllers is fed back into power supply system
•
Rated power 132 kW
•
Continuous power 160 kW
•
Peak power 190 kW for 60 s
•
DC link connection of several drive controllers possible
•
Power section with high efficiency and operational safety
•
Self synchronizing
•
Overload protection in regenerative operation
•
Monitoring of supply voltage, rotating field orientation and temperature
•
Implementation of highly dynamic braking actions
•
User-friendly startup without programming or setting
10.1 General technical data
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00
Interference immunity
Meets EN 61000-6-1 and EN 61000-6-2
Interference emission with EMC-compliant installation
Meets EN 61000-6-4 with NF300-503
Ambient temperature
Derating ambient temperature
ϑU
0 °C...+40 °C
IN reduction: 3 % IN per K to max. 55 °C
ϑL
–25 °C...+55 °C (to EN 60721-3-3, class 3K3)
Climate class
EN 60721-3-3, class 3K3
Storage temperature1)
Cooling type (DIN 51751)
Forced cooling
(temperature-controlled fan, response threshold 45 °C)
Enclosure
IP20
Duty type
Continuous duty (EN 60149-1-1 and 1-3)
Overvoltage category
III according to IEC 60664-1 (VDE 0110-1)
Pollution class
2 according to IEC 60664-1 (VDE 0110-1)
Installation altitude
h ≤ 1000 m: No limitation
From 1000 m (3,280 ft.) to max. 4,000 m (6561 ft.):
IN reduction: 0.5 % per 100 m
1) In case of long-term storage, the unit must be connected to the mains voltage for at least 5 minutes every
two years, otherwise the unit’s service life may be reduced.
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2
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00
Rated range of the linked supply voltage
VN
380 V ≤ VN ≤ 500 V
Tolerance of the linked supply voltage
VN
342 V ≤ VN ≤ 550 V
Supply frequency
fN
40 Hz ... 60 Hz ±10 %
3
4
→ Sec. "Current carrying capacity"
Overload capacity
η
Approximately 98 % (2 % thermal losses)
Power factor
cosϕ
≈1
Fundamental factor
G
≈ 0.7 - 0.95
Efficiency
Cooling air consumption
ϑU
Power reduction
5
700 m3/h
6
40 °C ... 55 °C → 3 %/K
1000 m above sea level < h ≤ 4000 m above sea level
→ 5 %/1000 m
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8
10.3 Current carrying capacity
9
Unit type
MDR60A 1320-503-00
Driving operation
Braking operation
Free-wheeling diode
IGBT modules
IDC_max [A]
IDC_max [A]
10
100 %
1 min in 10 min
100 %
1 min in 10 min
340
410
260
390
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12
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•
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Just like the input of a drive controller, the incoming side of the MOVIDRIVE
MDR60A1320-503-00 is not overload protected. Make sure during dimensioning that
the maximum DC input current of the driver controller (including overload factor)
does not exceed the input current of the regenerative power supply unit. If that should
still be the case, the programmable motor current limit of the drive controller should
be identical to that of the regenerative power supply unit. You will have to take the
overload factor of the drive controller into consideration in this instance as well.
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15
Keep in mind when determining the regenerative power that the actual current regenerative power always depends on the actually existing supply voltage. Use the
following formula to calculate the regenerative power:
16
P = Veff × Ieff × √ 3 × cosϕ (the following applies to regeneration: cosϕ = 1)
17
That means the maximum regenerative power in reference to the current voltage
value is based on the currently effective supply voltage and the maximum effective
unit current of the respective type.
18
Example: MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00 with a regenerative power of 150 kW,
maximum effective rated unit current 192 A (→ Technical Data), rated value of the
linked supply voltage such as 400 V. That results in:
19
P = 400 V × 192 A × √ 3 = 133022 W, rounded off to 133 kW
20
If the current effective value of the supply voltage is only 395 V or if it drops to an
even smaller value for a short period of time, then the maximum regenerative power
is reduced as well:
21
P = 395 V × 192 A × √ 3 = 131358 W, rounded off to 131 kW
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Fuses and cable cross sections
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10.4 Fuses and cable cross sections
The power supply connection of the regenerative power supply unit takes place via terminals L1, L2 and L3 at the commutation choke and PE on the heat sink. Match the input
fuse according to the current carrying capacity of the permitted connection cable. The
listed manufacturers are recommendations only; you can certainly use comparable
types from other manufacturers (e.g. Jean Müller, Ferraz, Bussmann).
Fuses to connect
to incoming cable
Fuses used in
unit
You can connect the semiconductor fuses listed in the following table to the incoming
cable of the regenerative power supply unit.
Unit type
Max. fuse
Connection / max. cable cross
section of incoming cable
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00
Siba 20 315 20
AC 400 A / AC 1000 V / 110 mm
M10 terminal stud / 150 mm2
The semiconductor fuses listed in the following table are installed in the regenerative
power supply unit.
Unit type
DC fuses (high-speed semiconductor fuses)
Connection / max. cable cross
section of incoming cable
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00
Siba 20 315 20
DC 500 A / DC 1000 V / 110 mm
M10 terminal stud / 185 mm2
Contact SEW-EURODRIVE in case the fuses are activated; other protection measures
may have been triggered in the unit. Replace internal fuses with original equipment only.
Replace fuses in deenergized state only!
Radio interference suppression
filter
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Install a radio interference suppression filter of category A in the MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A
1320-503-00 to meet EMC regulations.
Unit type
Order number for radio interference suppression
filter
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00
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Installation (MDR60A1320-503-00)
11.1
Mechanical installation
Important notes
•
Only use the regenerative power supply units as built-in devices.
•
Note installation clearances:
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1
2
3
– You can install several regenerative power supply units in one control cabinet
next to each other without clearance.
– The lateral clearance between components / control cabinet walls may not be less
than 70 mm.
– Keep a minimum clearance of 150 mm at the top and bottom.
– Install the regenerative power supply units close to each other to keep the cables
short.
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6
•
Provide free flow of cooling air and exhaust.
•
In case of unclean cooling air (dust, lint, grease, aggressive gases) that might impair
the function of the regenerative power supply units:
7
– Implement sufficient countermeasures, such as separate air ducts, installation of
filters, regular cleaning, etc.
8
•
Specified mounting position
4
Do not exceed permitted range of ambient temperatures for operation.
9
The MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00 regenerative power supply unit is intended for
vertical wall mounting (±15 °). Installation site may be even surface only without use of
spacers or similar devices. In case of installation into control cabinets make sure that
the units are mounted directly and without spacers or similar to the mounting platform
and that the waste heat is dissipated appropriately in the control cabinet. This type of
installation is necessary to ensure cooling air flow. You will have a power loss of ca. 2
% of the maximum rated power of the unit. Do not exceed an air temperature of 40 °C
in the immediate vicinity of the unit. The air inlet and outlet openings on the top and bottom of the unit may not be obstructed by installation material such as cable ducts and
other units.
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11.2
Notes on electrical installation
Personal
protection
•
A dangerously high voltage may be present for several minutes at the DC link terminals of the MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A 1320-503-00 regenerative power unit. The particular time period that is necessary for the voltage to drop to a harmless level is
determined by the drive controller in operation and has to definitely expire. The
specific times are given by the manufacturer for the drive controller in use.
•
Replace any defective fuses in de-energized state only with a fuse of the specified
type!
Protection of
regenerative
power supply
units
The MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00 regenerative power supply units contain components that can be damaged by electrostatic energy (ESDS).
Personnel working on the connections has to observe the measures set forth in international standard IEC747-1. That includes discharge of any electrostatic charges prior to
starting the job.
Discharge by touching the PE retaining screw or another grounded metal area in the
control cabinet.
System configurations / system
conditions
Specifications of
the used cables
Note the limitations for each system configuration! Contact SEW-EURODRIVE if you
are planning to operate regenerative power supply units in systems not listed in the following table.
VDE compliant system configuration
Operation of regenerative power supply units
With grounded star point
No limitations
With isolated star point
Prohibited
With grounded phase
Prohibited
•
The cables have to meet the specifications required for the operation site.
•
Observe the regulations concerning minimum cross sections of PE conductors.
•
The effectiveness of a shielded conductor is determined by
– a good shielding connection.
– a low impedance.
•
Use shields made of tin-plated or nickel-plated copper braiding only.
– The overlap factor of the braiding must be at least 70 % to 80 % with an overlap
angle of 90 °.
•
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Use the prescribed line protection fuses to protect the incoming cables of the regenerative power supply units.
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Electrical connection
1
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You will have access to the MOVIDRIVE MDR60A1320-503-00 wiring space after
removal of the lateral knurled screw and housing cover. The incoming cables are guided
through the metal cable glands installed in the flange.
2
3
Make sure not to damage or tear off the cables leading to the display board when
removing the cover!
Power
connection
4
5
Fusing:
•
Consider the voltage drop in case of load when selecting the cable cross section.
•
Protection of cables and regenerative power supply units on AC side (L1, L2, L3):
6
– Commercial semiconductor fuses
– Fuses and fuse holders/disconnector switches in UL-compliant systems must
have UL approval.
– Rated voltage of fuses must be configured according to the supply voltage on site.
•
7
8
Protection of regenerative power supply units on the DC side (+UG, –UG):
9
– Fuses are installed in unit.
10
Connection:
•
Make all connections as short and as low in inductance as possible.
•
Use shielded cables to meet EMC directives (according to existing standards such
as VDE 0160 and EN 61800-5-1).
•
Connect the supply system cables to the terminal screws L1, L2 and L3 (on the line
choke) of the regenerative power supply unit. Connection always has to be three
phase.
•
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12
13
A certain phase sequence has to be observed for the power supply connections of
the power section (clockwise phase sequence). The unit comes equipped with a
phase monitoring option. If the phase monitoring detects an incorrect phase
sequence, the unit will indicate the following error message with its LEDs "Incorrect
rotating field" or "Phase fault" (→ Sec. "Operation and Service"). Two supply system
phases of the power supply connection will have to be replaced.
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15
•
Connect the equipment grounding conductor of the incoming cable to the earthing
screw in the wiring space of the unit.
16
•
Connect the cables for the DC link of drive controller and regenerative power supply
unit at the DC fuse disconnecting switch or holder. Ensure correct polarity when making the connection!
17
Reversal or incorrect connection of + (plus) or – (minus) poles can destroy the
drive controller and the regenerative power supply unit!
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Circuit diagram
The following circuit diagram is a circuit recommendation. Special requirements for the
application, such as the integration of a PLC, may result in changes to the connection
of contacts X2:1 ... X2:12.
1. ... 6. → Section "Notes on wiring diagram"
L1
L2
L3
PE
F11 F12 F13
1.
K11
2.
(AC3)
Fault DC link connection (false polarity,
ground fault) cause irreparable damage
to the connected units.
L1
L2
L3
L1' L2' L3'
NF...
6. Makes sure that the voltage
PE L1
2
3
L2
L3
X1:
7
8
-UZ +UZ PE
X4:
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V
W
4
5
6
8
1
Relay contacts
9
2
3
L3
-UZ +UZ PE
X4:
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X1:
Control electronics
ext. ext. ON ext. ON
OFF RESET RESET
L2
7
Precharging
PE
X2: 2
max. 5 m
PE L1
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L3
L2
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X3:
PE U
L1
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MOVIDRIVE / MOVITRAC
X2:
400 V = 380 - 415 V
460 V = 440 - 480 V
500 V = 500 V
max. 5 m
1
selection switch is set
correctly
3.
Do not connect the power
supply connections of the
inverters.
1
4
3 X2: 7
8
9 10 11 12
8
MOVIDRIVE / MOVITRAC
X3:
X2:
PE U
V
W
4
5
6
BW... l
+R -R
8
PE
9
affects K11
Figure 12: Connecting MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00 to several drive controllers
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1. Install fuses according to these operating instructions.
1
2. Do not connect any additional consumers besides the regenerative power supply unit
behind the input contactor connected in the incoming cable.
2
Non-compliance may result in a dangerous voltage increase during regeneration
when you disconnect the power supply; the presence of such a dangerous voltage may cause irreparable damage to any additional consumers, drive controllers
as well as the regenerative power supply unit in the disconnected section!
3
4
3. Cable cross section according to applicable VDE regulations.
4. You can connect one or more drive controllers at this site (even with different power
ratings). Keep the DC connection cables as short as possible even when connecting several drive controllers! Route the cables as closely as possible.
5
6
5. The option of an external "ON" or "RESET" takes place via terminal pairs X2:9 and
X2:10 as well as X2:11 and X2:12 (→ Section "Terminal assignment control terminal
strip X2"):
7
– X2:9 and X2:10: Isolated contact (short-term contacting)
– X2:11 and X2:12: Positive impulse (DC 12 - 24 V); can be implemented through
PLC control (terminal 11 +, terminal 12 –)
8
6. Select the size of the connected voltage supply using the voltage selection switch
prior to turning on the supply voltage. (→ following table).
9
Position of the voltage selection switch
Size of connected supply voltage
400 V
AC 380 V - AC 415 V ± 10 %
460 V
AC 440 V - AC 480 V ± 10 %
500 V
AC 500 V ± 10 %
10
11
12
• Make sure that the switch setting of the voltage selection switch corresponds to the supply voltage prior to turning on the supply voltage. The unit
will be destroyed if the value is incorrect!
• The voltage selection switch may not be operated under voltage.
13
14
There is also the risk of a defect in case of improper operation. The tolerance limit for
improper operation is set to a time of < 1 min (for cold units).
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16
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Control cables
Control
connections
•
Connect the control cables to the control terminal strip X2 (→ Section "Terminal
assignment control terminal strip X2") at the control board of the regenerative power
supply unit.
•
Do not route the control cables parallel to the problem-prone motor cables.
•
Apply the shielding of the control cables over a wide area of the metal cable glands
on the flange.
The control terminal strip X2 is located on the control board (→ following figure). The
terminal block is modular and can be easily wired.
Match the control board to the corresponding supply voltage by using the voltage selection switch. You will have to definitely observe this setting when replacing the control
board.
Use the terminal control strip X2 to connect via relay certain messages such as ready
for operation or a centralized alarm outside the unit. You can also perform an external
RESET or switching function via the control terminal strip X2 and link it with the
frequency inverter.
Arrangement of
connections and
components on the
control board
[1]
[2]
J4
X8
X5
X3
TR1
TR2
L4
TR4
TR6
TR3
TR5
J1
J5 J3
J6
X1
[3]
J7
X4
[4]
J8
LD5
LD3
LD4
LD2
LD1
[5]
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[4] X4: Connection to display board
[2] X5, X8
[5] LEDs (display of operating status)
[3] X1: System synchronization
[6] X2: Control terminal strip
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Terminal assignment control
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[3]
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2
[4]
[2]
3
4
5
[5]
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6
7
8
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3
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[1] X2:1 ... X2:4 Relay centralized alarm
6
[2] X2:5, X2:6 Internal assignment for temp. monitoring. Do not connect any cables!
[3] X2:7, X2:8 External OFF
7
[4] X2:9, X2:10 External ON / RESET
[5] X2:11, X2:12 = ON /RESET
8
SEW-EURODRIVE recommends using the reset connections X2:11 and X2:12.
9
10
Do not connect any external voltage to terminals X5:1 to X2:10 as this causes
irreparable damage to the unit.
Terminal
Function
Description
Isolated relay contacts1) 2)
Centralized alarm switching capacity of relay contacts:
• 30 V DC3A
• 230 V AC5A
11
12
X2:1 Normally
closed contact
X2:2 Normally
closed contact
X2:3 Normally
open contact
13
14
X2:4 Normally
open contact
X2:5
15
Internal assignment for temperature monitoring
X2:6
X2:7
X2:8
X2:9
X2:10
X2:11 (+24 V)
X2:12 (0 V)
16
OFF switch
To switch off the regenerative power supply
ON switch / Reset3)
To switch on the regenerative supply or confirm
errors
External voltage input
To switch on the regenerative supply or confirm
errors
17
18
19
1. The relay picks up
–
–
–
–
when the supply voltage is present;
when the precharging of the DC link connection is complete;
when there is no centralized alarm;
when an ON signal was received.
20
21
2. The relay drops out
•
•
22
in case of an OFF command via terminals 7 and 8;
in case of an error signal.
3. Autostart does not require activation of the ON switch (→ Sec. "Configuration")
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Installation in a CE typical drive system
11
11.4
Installation in a CE typical drive system
General
information
•
The customer is responsible for maintaining the EC guidelines in the machine
operation.
– If you observe the following measures you can assume that there will be no EMC
problems caused by the regenerative power supply unit when operating the
machine and that the EC directive and the EMC law have been met.
– If you operate any devices in the vicinity of the regenerative power supply unit that
do not meet the CE requirements regarding interference immunity according to
EN500082-2, these devices may be electromagnetically impaired by the regenerative power supply units.
Layout
•
Establish a connection over a large area on the grounded mounting platforms for the
regenerative power supply unit and radio interference suppression filter:
– Mounting platforms with conductive surface (galvanized or stainless steel) make
for a permanent contact.
– Coated platforms are not suitable for an EMC compliant installation.
•
If you use several mounting platforms:
– Connect the mounting platforms to each other over a large area (e.g. with copper
bands).
•
Install the power and signal cables separately.
•
Route the cables as close as possible to the reference potential. Any free floating
cables act like antennas.
Filtering
•
Use only those radio interference suppression filters assigned to the regenerative
power supply units. Radio interference suppression filters reduce excessive high-frequency disturbances to a permitted level.
Shielding
•
Metal cable glands ensure a connection of shield and housing over a large area.
•
In case of contactors and terminals in shielded cables,
– connect the shields of all cables and connect these over a large area with the
mounting platform.
•
In case of supply system cables between radio interference suppression filter and
drive controller in excess of 300 mm (11.8'):
– Shield supply system cable.
– Apply the shield of the supply system cable directly at the drive controller / on the
regenerative power supply unit and the radio interference suppression filter and
connect it over a large area to the mounting plate.
•
Shielding the control cables:
– Connect the shields with the shield connections by the shortest possible route.
Grounding
•
Ground all conductive metal components (regenerative power supply unit, drive controller, radio interference suppression filter) by using the appropriate cables from a
central grounding point (PE busbar).
•
Comply with the minimum cross sections defined in the safety regulations:
– For EMC purposes, it is not the cable cross section but the surface of the cable
and the connection over a wide area that are important.
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Installation in a CE typical drive system
Additional notes
11
Regenerative power supply units are electrical apparatus for operation in industrial and
commercial systems. These devices are not subject to a specific identification according
to EMC Directive 89/336/EEC because according to EMC Directive and EMC law, they
are devices intended for further installation by competent machine and system manufacturers and cannot be operated on their own. The verification of maintaining the protection targets required by the EMC Directive must be provided by the installer / operator
of a machine / system.
1
When using the radio interference suppression filters provided by SEW-EURODRIVE
and adhering to the notes on EMC compliant installation, the appropriate requirements
for CE-marking of the entire machine/system in which they are installed are met on the
basis of the EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.
4
2
3
5
MOVIDRIVE®
The
MDR60A1320-503-00 regenerative power supply units in combination with the associated radio interference suppression filters are intended for operation
in environments of class A limit.
6
Definition according to generic standard:
7
•
EN 61000-6-4 for interference emission
•
EN 61000-6-2 for interference immunity
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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I
12
Startup (MDR60A1320-503-00)
Initial operation
0
12
Startup (MDR60A1320-503-00)
•
Check for completeness, false polarity, short circuits and ground fault prior to taking
the unit into operation.
•
Incorrect connection could result in problems with the drive controller.
12.1 Initial operation
1. Set the correct position on the voltage selection switch; otherwise the regenerative
power supply unit will be destroyed.
Position of the voltage selection switch
Size of connected supply voltage
400 V
AC 380 V - AC 415 V
460 V
AC 440 V - AC 480 V
500 V
AC 500 V
1. Turn on the power supply. The unit is ready for operation after about 1 s.
2. Check to make sure that the regenerative power supply unit is ready for operation:
– The unit is ready for operation if only the green LED of the regenerative power
supply unit is on.
– A problem exists if other LEDs besides the green LED are on. Remedy any errors
before you continue with the startup process (→ Sec. "Operation and Service").
3. Check to see if the drive controller is ready for operation in accordance with the corresponding operating instructions.
12.2 Ready signal
The following figure shows how the ready signal (ready) from the regenerative power
supply unit must be connected to the "Power supply system on" binary input of the
inverter.
Regenerative power supply unit
®
MDR60A1320-503-00
MOVIDRIVE
X2:
MOVIDRIVE
inverter
1
2
3
4
5
®
CW/stop
CCW/stop
Enable/stop
Power on
Error reset
Ref. X13:DIØØ...DIØ5
DC+24 V output
Ref. potential binary signals
RS-485+
RS-485 -
DIØØ
DIØ1
DIØ2
DIØ3
DIØ4
DIØ5
DCOM
VO24
DGND
ST11
ST12
7
8
9 10 11 12
MOVIDRIVE
inverter
X13:
/Controller inhibit
6
®
1
/Controller inhibit
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CW/stop
CCW/stop
Enable/stop
10
11
Power on
Error reset
Ref. X13:DIØØ...DIØ5
DC+24 V output
Ref. potential binary signals
RS-485+
RS-485 -
X13:
DIØØ
DIØ1
DIØ2
DIØ3
DIØ4
DIØ5
DCOM
VO24
DGND
ST11
ST12
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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Important notes on configuration
13
13
Configuration (MDR60A1320-503-00)
1
13.1 Important notes on configuration
2
The coding of jumpers (jumpers J3, J5, J6, J7, J8) on the control board → Sec. "Installation MDR60A1320-503-00" offers different control options and different internal functions for certain error messages.
3
The different terms that result from certain coding options are explained below.
4
Autostart
"Autostart" means that the unit starts up automatically with a delay of 1 s once the supply
voltage has been applied. The "Autostart" function is coded with jumper J1 on the control
board and may not be altered.
5
6
Turning off – on
"Turning off" means that control of the power semiconductors and regeneration is interrupted and braking operation of the drive controllers is no longer possible.
7
"Turning on" means control of the power semiconductors is being activated.
8
Save
Confirmation
The unit comes equipped with an error memory that can be assigned certain errors.
Saved error messages must be confirmed via reset or interruption of the supply voltage
of the control component power supply. "Save" always results in a simultaneous "turning
off" and dropping out of the centralized alarm relay.
9
10
Once an error has been remedied, the error memory will have to be confirmed with the
ON confirmation key or disconnection of the three-phase power supply.
11
12
Confirmation of an excessive DC link voltage, i.e. during braking operation, is not permitted and may destroy the unit!
13
Phase failure
14
Phase fault monitoring monitors power supply of all three phases. The unit will remain
fully functional as far as internal power supply is concerned even with failure of one
phase (e.g. error memory).
15
The unit can respond to a phase failure in two ways. One is "two-phase operation", the
other is that the unit stops operation and indicates the error via the centralized alarm
relay.
16
Phase failure monitoring is coded via jumpers J3, J5, J6 and J7 to the control board (→
following table).
17
Jumper
18
Phase failure monitoring
J3
J5
J6
J7
1
0
0
1
Sensitive, error memory "ON"
1
1
1
1
Insensitive, error memory "ON"
0
X
X
1
Deactivated, error memory "ON"
0
X
X
0
Deactivated, error memory "OFF"
1 = Jumper closed
0 = Jumper open
19
20
X = Jumper any setting
21
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Configuration (MDR60A1320-503-00)
Important notes on configuration
Remove and install jumper J3 in de-energized state only!
Error memory "ON" means that the error display "Phase failure" via LED remains active
until it is confirmed.
Error memory "OFF" means that the error "Phase failure" is indicated via the LED only
while it is actually present.
Overvoltage monitoring
The overvoltage monitoring for the supply voltage will turn off the regenerative power
supply unit when the voltage exceeds the rated unit voltage 1.15 times.
Error code 3 (→ Sec. "Operation and Service") will be issued as the error message. To
differentiate between error signals "Phase fault" and "Overvoltage", you have the option
to deactivate phase failure monitoring by removing jumper 3 on the control board. If the
system disconnects and the red and yellow LED light up (error code 3, → Sec. "Operation and Service), the reason for the disconnection is an overvoltage. Phase failure monitoring is coded via jumpers J3, J5, J6, J7 and J8 on the control board (→ following
table).
Jumper
LED display
J3
J5
J6
J7
J8
Operation
Phase failure
Collective error
Evaluation through overvoltage
1
X
X
1
1
Green
Red
Yellow
Overvoltage / phase failure / commutation notch
1
X
X
0
1
Green
-
Yellow
Overvoltage
0
X
X
1
1
Green
Red
Yellow
Overvoltage / phase failure / commutation notch
0
X
X
0
1
Green
-
Yellow
Overvoltage
0
X
X
0
1
Green
Red
Yellow
Permanent phase failure
1 = Jumper closed
Standard setting
0 = Jumper open
X = Jumper any setting
The standard setting of the MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00 jumpers is as follows:
Jumper
J1
11)
J3
J4
J5
J6
J7
J8
0
01)
1
1
0
1
1) Do not alter the setting!
1 = Jumper closed
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Reset
14
14
Operation and Service (MDR60A1320-503-00)
1
14.1 Reset
Regenerative
power supply unit
2
Any time the MDR60A1320-503-00 regenerative power supply unit is turned off, there
will be an automatic reset. You can trigger a manual reset by using the reset button on
the front panel (→ Sec. "Operation displays") of the MDR60A1320-503-00.
3
4
Regenerative power supply
®
MOVIDRIVE MDR60A1320-503-00
X2:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
5
9 10 11 12
6
®
MOVIDRIVE
inverter
/Controller inhibit
CW/stop
CCW/stop
Enable/stop
Power on
Reset
Ref. X13:DIØØ...DIØ5
DC+24V output
Ref. potential binary signals
RS-485+
RS-485 -
7
Master
controller
8
X13:
DIØØ 1
DIØ1 2
DIØ2 3
DIØ3 4
DIØ4 5
DIØ5 6
DCOM** 7
VO24 8
DGND 9
ST11 10
ST12 11
Binary
outputs
9
Ref. binary
outputs
10
DGND
11
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Figure 13: Connection of MDR60A1320-503-00 and control to the inverter
12
** If the binary inputs are connected to the DC 24 V voltage supply X13:8 "VO24", then
install a jumper between X13:7 and X13:9 on the MOVIDRIVE® inverter.
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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Operating displays
14
14.2 Operating displays
The four LEDs in the cover of the regenerative power supply unit indicate the current
operating status (→ Section "LED signals"). The same LEDs are also located on the
internal control board for easier control during maintenance. There is, however, a
separate orange LED on the board; its function is assigned to the two-color (green/orange) LED in the cover.
GN/OG
Betrieb / Übertemp.
operation / overtemp.
RD
Phasenausfall
phase failure
RD
Überstrom / UcE
overcurrent / UcE
YE
Aus / Sammelstörung
off / collective error
Ein / Reset
on / reset
54299AXX
Figure 14: LEDs with color code to display the current operating status
If an error message is generated during the braking process, leading to the disconnection of the regenerative power supply unit, the regenerative power supply unit may not
be confirmed until the braking process is complete and the DC link voltage has dropped
to the standard value.
We recommend that you block the pulse enable of the drive controller via the centralized
alarm relay to prevent any possible problems.
UCE disconnection
The regenerative power supply unit turns off via the UCE protective device if the maximum current specified for the respective unit is exceeded. The operating principle of this
protective device does, however, cause an overload of the IGBTs for less than a millisecond far in excess of its rating for standard operation. This does usually not represent
a problem for the unit. If this overcurrent disconnection occurs often or regularly, the
result will be an accelerated aging of the power semiconductors and ultimately premature failure of the component.
Frequent UCE disconnections due to overcurrents can be triggered by:
•
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Overload
•
Undervoltage in the supply system
•
Defective or oscillating controller, such as in the drive controller
•
An oscillating control value of the controller
•
Incorrect dimensioning of the system
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Operating displays
14
LED signals
1
LED displays
Operation
(Green
)
Phase
failure
(Red)
1
X
-
2
X
-
3
X
-
Error
code
Overcurrent /
UCE
(Red)
Meaning
Overtemperature
(Orange)
Collective error
(Yellow)
During initial startup
-
-
The unit is ready for operation after
about 1 s.
-
-
-
-
X
X
2
During operation
3
Unit in operation
4
Unit ready for operation but no regeneration
→ Check DC fuses
-
5
Overtemperature of the heat
sink.
→ Error message cannot be
confirmed while temperature is
excessive.
4
X
-
-
-
X
-
5
X
-
-
-
X
Unit has been turned off (external OFF).
→ Enable required
6
X
-
-
-
X
Triggering the overvoltage monitoring.
Enable is necessary when supply voltage has dropped to rated value.
7
X
X
-
-
X
Incorrect rotating field or phase
6
7
Just like error code 3.
→ Heat sink temperature has
dropped and can be confirmed.
8
9
Phase failure has been
detected
→ Confirmation necessary.
10
11
8
X
-
X
-
X
-
Overcurrent (three-phase side)
has been detected.
→ Confirmation necessary.
9
X
X
X
-
X
Error codes 7 and 8
Overcurrent has been detected
with simultaneous phase failure detection due to commutation notch.
10
X
X
X
X
X
Several errors occurring at the same time.
11
-
-
-
-
-
Unit not operating, at least two phases without voltage.
13
X
X
-
-
-
-
12
13
14
Massive commutation notch
has been detected, no disconnection because jumpers 3 and
7 are open.
→ Operation can be resumed,
recommendation for improved
supply system.
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
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Operation and Service (MDR60A1320-503-00)
Maintenance
14.3 Maintenance
The MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A1320-503-00 regenerative power supply unit is maintenance-free if you observe the prescribed operating conditions (→ Sec. "Technical
Data").
Check cooling air
vents
The cooling air vents can clog up in case of unclean ambient air. Check the regenerative
power supply units on a regular basis, depending on the degree of pollution about every
four weeks. Use a vacuum to clean any clogged cooling air vents.
Do not use any sharp or pointed objects, such as knives or screw drivers, to clean
the cooling air vents.
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Index of Changes
Changes to the previous version
15
15
Index of Changes
1
15.1 Changes to the previous version
2
The following section lists the changes made to the individual sections from edition
11/2004, publication number 11323426 (EN).
General
information
Special notes on the use of MOVITRAC® 07 (wiring diagrams, startup information) have
been included.
Installation,
project planning,
startup, service
The regenerative power supply units MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0370-503-00 and
MOVIDRIVE® MDR60A0750-503-00 (sizes 3 and 4) can now be inhibited using terminal
X3:3. The appropriate wiring diagrams have been adjusted as necessary.
3
4
5
6
7
Technical data
and dimension
drawings
Project planning
•
A new section "Line choke option type ND.." has been included.
8
•
The data on the overvoltage category and pollution class has been revised in accordance with IEC 60664-1 (VDE 0110-1).
9
•
The data on the installation altitude has been revised.
•
The section "Wire bending space to EN 61800-5-1" has been included.
•
Use of the damping module DCD12A has been redefined.
•
Braking resistors BW...-T have been included in the section "Selecting the braking
resistor."
•
All tightening torques of the terminals have been revised.
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
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Index
16
Index
C
CE marking .........................................................11
Changes to the previous version ........................81
Configuration MDR60A1320 ...............................75
D
DC link connection
With regenerative power supply unit ..............9
Without regenerative power supply unit .........8
DCD12A
Notes on using damping module DCD12A ...27
Wiring diagram .............................................28
E
Evaluation ...........................................................26
I
Important notes .....................................................5
Index of changes .................................................81
Changes to the previous version ..................81
Installation
Cables and fuses ..........................................37
Installation MDR60A1320
Circuit diagram .............................................68
Control cables ...............................................70
Electrical connection .....................................67
Notes on electrical installation ......................66
System configurations and system
conditions ........................................66
Terminal assignment control terminal
strip X2 ............................................71
Installation of MDR60A1320 ...............................65
Installation (MDR60A0370/0750) ........................36
EMC compliant installation ...........................38
UL compliant installation ...............................38
L
LED signals .........................................................79
M
Minimum clearance .............................................36
mounting position ................................................36
N
Notes on using damping module DCD12A .........27
O
Operation and service MDR60A1320 .................77
LED signals ..................................................79
Maintenance .................................................80
Operating displays ........................................78
Reset ............................................................77
Operation and service (MDR60A0370/0750) ......45
82
Operating characteristics ............................. 46
Reset ........................................................... 45
SEW Electronics Service ............................. 47
P
Point system ....................................................... 26
Prefabricated cables for the DC link connection 31
Project planning ................................................. 22
Notes on using damping module DCD12A .. 27
Project planning with MDR60A .......................... 26
DC link connection and DC link fusing ......... 30
Input fuses and supply system lead ............. 30
Point system ................................................ 26
Prefabricated cables for the DC link
connection ...................................... 31
Project planning notes ................................. 26
System prerequisites ................................... 29
Project planning without MDR60A ..................... 22
Cable cross section of the DC link
connection ...................................... 25
Permitted unit combinations in
connection type A ........................... 22
Permitted unit combinations in
connection type B ........................... 24
Project planning notes ................................. 23
R
Repair ................................................................. 47
S
Safety notes ......................................................... 5
Safety notes (MDR60A1320-503-00) ................. 51
Selecting braking resistor BW.../BW...-T ............ 32
General information ..................................... 32
Selecting the braking resistor
Assignment to AC 400/500 V units .............. 33
Calculation and overview of peak
braking power ................................. 32
Sample calculation ....................................... 35
Startup MDR60A1320 ........................................ 74
Ready signal ................................................ 74
Startup (MDR60A0370/0750) ............................. 42
Evaluation of the ready signal ...................... 42
Parameter setting P52_ ............................... 44
System description ............................................... 7
T
Technical Data
MDR60A0750-503-00 .................................. 16
Technical data
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Dimension drawing for MDR60A0370-503-00 ..
15
General technical data ofMDR60A ...............13
Line choke option ND.. .................................20
MDR60A0370-503-00 ...................................14
MDR60A0750-503-00 dimension
drawing ............................................17
MDR60A1320-503-00 ...................................18
MDR60A1320-503-00 dimension
drawing ............................................19
Technical Data MDR60A1320
General technical data ..................................62
Technical data MDR60A1320 .............................62
Current carrying capacity ..............................63
Fuses and cable cross sections ...................64
16
Radio interference suppression filter ........... 64
Rated data ................................................... 63
Tightening torques of power terminals ............... 36
U
UL approval ........................................................ 11
Unit designation ................................................. 12
W
Warning notes ...................................................... 5
Wiring diagram
Damping module DCD12A .......................... 28
DC link connection with
MDR60A0370/0750 ........................ 41
DC link connection without MDR60A
in connection type A ....................... 39
DC link connection without MDR60A
in connection type B ....................... 40
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Address Directory
Address Directory
Germany
Headquarters
Production
Sales
Bruchsal
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Ernst-Blickle-Straße 42
D-76646 Bruchsal
P.O. Box
Postfach 3023 · D-76642 Bruchsal
Tel. +49 7251 75-0
Fax +49 7251 75-1970
http://www.sew-eurodrive.de
sew@sew-eurodrive.de
Production
Graben
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Ernst-Blickle-Straße 1
D-76676 Graben-Neudorf
P.O. Box
Postfach 1220 · D-76671 Graben-Neudorf
Tel. +49 7251 75-0
Fax +49 7251 75-2970
Production
Östringen
SEW-EURODRIVE Östringen GmbH
Franz-Gurk-Straße 2
D-76684 Östringen
P.O. Box
Postfach 1174 · D-76677 Östringen
Tel. +49 7253 92540
Fax +49 7253 925490
oestringen@sew-eurodrive.de
Service
Competence Center
Central
Gear units /
Motors
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Ernst-Blickle-Straße 1
D-76676 Graben-Neudorf
Tel. +49 7251 75-1710
Fax +49 7251 75-1711
sc-mitte-gm@sew-eurodrive.de
Central
Electronics
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Ernst-Blickle-Straße 42
D-76646 Bruchsal
Tel. +49 7251 75-1780
Fax +49 7251 75-1769
sc-mitte-e@sew-eurodrive.de
North
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Alte Ricklinger Straße 40-42
D-30823 Garbsen (near Hannover)
Tel. +49 5137 8798-30
Fax +49 5137 8798-55
sc-nord@sew-eurodrive.de
East
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Dänkritzer Weg 1
D-08393 Meerane (near Zwickau)
Tel. +49 3764 7606-0
Fax +49 3764 7606-30
sc-ost@sew-eurodrive.de
South
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Domagkstraße 5
D-85551 Kirchheim (near München)
Tel. +49 89 909552-10
Fax +49 89 909552-50
sc-sued@sew-eurodrive.de
West
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Siemensstraße 1
D-40764 Langenfeld (near Düsseldorf)
Tel. +49 2173 8507-30
Fax +49 2173 8507-55
sc-west@sew-eurodrive.de
Technical Offices
84
Drive Service Hotline / 24 Hour Service
+49 180 5 SEWHELP
+49 180 5 7394357
Augsburg
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
August-Wessels-Straße 29
D-86156 Augsburg
Tel. +49 821 22779-10
Fax +49 821 22779-50
tb-augsburg@sew-eurodrive.de
Berlin
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Lilienthalstraße 3a
D-12529 Schönefeld
Tel. +49 33762 2266-30
Fax +49 33762 2266-36
tb-berlin@sew-eurodrive.de
Bodensee
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Burgbergring 91
D-88662 Überlingen
Tel. +49 7551 9226-30
Fax +49 7551 9226-56
tb-bodensee@sew-eurodrive.de
Bremen
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Kohlhökerstr.48
D-28203 Bremen
Tel. +49 421 33918-0
Fax +49 421 33918-22
tb-bremen@sew-eurodrive.de
Dortmund
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Hildastraße 10
D-44145 Dortmund
Tel. +49 231 912050-10
Fax +49 231 912050-20
tb-dortmund@sew-eurodrive.de
Dresden
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Hauptstraße 32
D-01445 Radebeul
Tel. +49 351 26338-0
Fax +49 351 26338-38
tb-dresden@sew-eurodrive.de
Erfurt
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Blumenstraße 70
D-99092 Erfurt
Tel. +49 361 21709-70
Fax +49 361 21709-79
tb-erfurt@sew-eurodrive.de
Güstrow
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Thünenweg 19
D-18273 Güstrow
P.O. Box
Postfach 1216 · D-18262 Güstrow
Tel. +49 3843 8557-80
Fax +49 3843 8557-88
tb-guestrow@sew-eurodrive.de
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Hamburg
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Bramfelder Straße 119
D-23305 Hamburg
P.O. Box
Postfach 7610 07 · D-22060 Hamburg
Tel. +49 40 298109-60
Fax +49 40 298109-70
tb-hamburg@sew-eurodrive.de
Hannover/Garbsen
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Alte Ricklinger Str.40-42
D-30823 Garbsen
P.O. Box
Postfach 1104 53 · D-30804 Garbsen
Tel. +49 5137 8798-10
Fax +49 5137 8798-50
tb-hannover@sew-eurodrive.de
Heilbronn
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Zeppelinstraße 7
D-74357 Bönnigheim
P.O. Box
Postfach 68 · D-74355 Bönnigheim
Tel. +49 7143 8738-0
Fax +49 7143 8738-25
tb-heilbronn@sew-eurodrive.de
Herford
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Radewiger Straße 21
D-32052 Herford
P.O. Box
Postfach 4108 · D-32025 Herford
Tel. +49 5221 9141-0
Fax +49 5221 9141-20
tb-herford@sew-eurodrive.de
Karlsruhe
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Ettlinger Weg 2
D-76467 Bietigheim
P.O. Box
Postfach 43 · D-76463 Bietigheim
Tel. +49 7245 9190-10
Fax +49 7245 9190-20
tb-karlsruhe@sew-eurodrive.de
Kassel
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Lange Straße 14
D-34253 Lohfelden
Tel. +49 561 95144-80
Fax +49 561 95144-90
tb-kassel@sew-eurodrive.de
Koblenz
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Bahnstraße 17a
D-56743 Mendig
Tel. +49 2652 9713-30
Fax +49 2652 9713-40
tb-koblenz@sew-eurodrive.de
Lahr
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Europastraße 3
D-77933 Lahr / Schwarzwald
Tel. +49 7821 90999-60
Fax +49 7821 90999-79
tb-lahr@sew-eurodrive.de
Langenfeld
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Siemensstraße 1
D-40764 Langenfeld
Tel. +49 2173 8507-10
Fax +49 2173 8507-50
tb-langenfeld@sew-eurodrive.de
Magdeburg
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Burgstraße 7
D-39326 Wolmirstedt
Tel. +49 39201 7004-1
Fax +49 39201 7004-9
tb-magdeburg@sew-eurodrive.de
Mannheim
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Radeberger Straße 2
D-68309 Mannheim
Tel. +49 621 71683-10
Fax +49 621 71683-22
tb-mannheim@sew-eurodrive.de
München
SEW-EURODRlVE GmbH & Co KG
Domagkstraße 5
D-85551 Kirchheim
Tel. +49 89 909551-10
Fax +49 89 909551-50
tb-muenchen@sew-eurodrive.de
Münster
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Von-Vincke-Straße 14
D-48143 Münster
Tel. +49 251 41475-11
Fax +49 251 41475-50
tb-muenster@sew-eurodrive.de
Nürnberg
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Plattenäckerweg 6
D-90455 Nürnberg
Tel. +49 911 98884-50
Fax +49 911 98884-60
tb-nuernberg@sew-eurodrive.de
Regensburg
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Im Gewerbepark A15
D-93059 Regensburg
Tel. +49 941 46668-68
Fax +49 941 46668-66
tb-regensburg@sew-eurodrive.de
Rhein-Main
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Niederstedter Weg 5
D-61348 Bad Homburg
Tel. +49 6172 9617-0
Fax +49 6172 9617-50
tb-rheinmain@sew-eurodrive.de
Stuttgart
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Friedrich-List-Straße 46
D-70771 Leinfelden-Echterdingen
Tel. +49 711 16072-0
Fax +49 711 16072-72
tb-stuttgart@sew-eurodrive.de
Ulm
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Dieselstraße 14
D-89160 Dornstadt
Tel. +49 7348 9885-0
Fax +49 7348 9885-90
tb-ulm@sew-eurodrive.de
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Würzburg
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Nürnbergerstraße 118
D-97076 Würzburg-Lengfeld
Tel. +49 931 27886-60
Fax +49 931 27886-66
tb-wuerzburg@sew-eurodrive.de
Zwickau /
Meerane
SEW-EURODRIVE GmbH & Co KG
Dänkritzer Weg1
D-08393 Meerane
Tel. +49 3764 7606-0
Fax +49 3764 7606-20
tb-zwickau@sew-eurodrive.de
Production
Sales
Service
Haguenau
SEW-USOCOME
48-54, route de Soufflenheim
B. P. 20185
F-67506 Haguenau Cedex
Tel. +33 3 88 73 67 00
Fax +33 3 88 73 66 00
http://www.usocome.com
sew@usocome.com
Assembly
Sales
Service
Bordeaux
SEW-USOCOME
Parc d’activités de Magellan
62, avenue de Magellan - B. P. 182
F-33607 Pessac Cedex
Tel. +33 5 57 26 39 00
Fax +33 5 57 26 39 09
Lyon
SEW-USOCOME
Parc d’Affaires Roosevelt
Rue Jacques Tati
F-69120 Vaulx en Velin
Tel. +33 4 72 15 37 00
Fax +33 4 72 15 37 15
Paris
SEW-USOCOME
Zone industrielle
2, rue Denis Papin
F-77390 Verneuil I’Etang
Tel. +33 1 64 42 40 80
Fax +33 1 64 42 40 88
Alsace FrancheComté
SEW-USOCOME
15, rue de Mambourg
F-68240 Sigolsheim
Tel. +33 3 89 78 45 11
Fax +33 3 89 78 45 12
Alsace Nord
SEW-USOCOME
35, rue Jeanne d’Arc
F-67250 Surbourg
Tel. +33 3 88 54 74 44
Fax +33 3 88 80 47 62
Aquitaine
SEW-USOCOME
Parc d‘activités de Magellan
62, avenue de Magellan
B.P.182
F-33607 Pessac Cedex
Tel. +33 5 57 26 39 00
Fax +33 5 57 26 39 09
Ardennes
Lorraine
SEW-USOCOME
7, rue de Prény
F-54000 Nancy
Tel. +33 3 83 96 28 04
Fax +33 3 83 96 28 07
Bourgogne
SEW-USOCOME
10, rue de la Poste
F-71350 Saint Loup Géanges
Tel. +33 3 85 49 92 18
Fax +33 3 85 49 92 19
Bretagne Ouest
SEW-USOCOME
4, rue des Châtaigniers
F-44830 Brains
Tel. +33 2 51 70 54 04
Fax +33 2 51 70 54 05
Centre
Auvergne
SEW-USOCOME
27, avenue du Colombier
F-19150 Laguenne
Tel. +33 5 55 20 12 10
Fax +33 5 55 20 12 11
Centre Pays de
Loire
SEW-USOCOME
9, rue des Erables
F-37540 Saint Cyr sur Loire
Tel. +33 2 47 41 33 23
Fax +33 2 47 41 34 03
Champagne
SEW-USOCOME
2, chemin des Suivots
F-10120 Saint André les Vergers
Tel. +33 3 25 79 63 24
Fax +33 3 25 79 63 25
Lyon Nord-Est
SEW-USOCOME
Parc d’Affaires Roosevelt
Rue Jacques Tati
F-69120 Vaulx en Velin
Tel. +33 4 72 15 37 03
Fax +33 4 72 15 37 15
Lyon Ouest
SEW-USOCOME
Parc d’Affaires Roosevelt
Rue Jacques Tati
F-69120 Vaulx en Velin
Tel. +33 4 72 15 37 04
Fax +33 4 72 15 37 15
Lyon Sud-Est
SEW-USOCOME
Montée de la Garenne
F-26750 Génissieux
Tel. +33 4 75 05 65 95
Fax +33 4 75 05 65 96
France
Technical Offices
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France
Nord
SEW-USOCOME
348, rue du Calvaire
F-59213 Bermerain Cidex 102
Tel. +33 3 27 27 07 88
Fax +33 3 27 27 24 41
Normandie
SEW-USOCOME
5 rue de la Limare
F-14250 Brouay
Tel. +33 2 31 37 92 86
Fax +33 2 31 74 68 15
Paris Est
SEW-USOCOME
Résidence Le Bois de Grâce
2, allée des Souches Vertes
F-77420 Champs sur Marne
Tel. +33 1 64 68 40 50
Fax +33 1 64 68 45 00
Paris Ouest
SEW-USOCOME
42 avenue Jean Jaurès
F-78580 Maule
Tel. +33 1 30 90 89 86
Fax +33 1 30 90 93 15
Paris Picardie
SEW-USOCOME
25 bis, rue Kléber
F-92300 Levallois Perret
Tel. +33 1 41 05 92 74
Fax +33 1 41 05 92 75
Paris Sud
SEW-USOCOME
6. chemin des Bergers
Lieu-dit Marchais
F-91410 Roinville sous Dourdan
Tel. +33 1 60 81 10 56
Fax +33 1 60 81 10 57
Provence
SEW-USOCOME
Résidence Les Hespérides Bât. B2
67, boulevard des Alpes
F-13012 Marseille
Tel. +33 4 91 18 00 11
Fax +33 4 91 18 00 12
Pyrénées
SEW-USOCOME
271, Lieu-dit Ninaut
F-31190 Caujac
Tel. +33 5 61 08 15 85
Fax +33 5 61 08 16 44
Sud-Atlantique
SEW-USOCOME
12, rue des Pinsons
F-44120 Vertou
Tel. +33 2 40 80 32 23
Fax +33 2 40 80 32 13
Alger
Réducom
16, rue des Frères Zaghnoun
Bellevue El-Harrach
16200 Alger
Tel. +213 21 8222-84
Fax +213 21 8222-84
Buenos Aires
SEW EURODRIVE ARGENTINA S.A.
Centro Industrial Garin, Lote 35
Ruta Panamericana Km 37,5
1619 Garin
Tel. +54 3327 4572-84
Fax +54 3327 4572-21
sewar@sew-eurodrive.com.ar
Melbourne
SEW-EURODRIVE PTY. LTD.
27 Beverage Drive
Tullamarine, Victoria 3043
Tel. +61 3 9933-1000
Fax +61 3 9933-1003
http://www.sew-eurodrive.com.au
enquires@sew-eurodrive.com.au
Sydney
SEW-EURODRIVE PTY. LTD.
9, Sleigh Place, Wetherill Park
New South Wales, 2164
Tel. +61 2 9725-9900
Fax +61 2 9725-9905
enquires@sew-eurodrive.com.au
Adelaide
SEW-EURODRIVE PTY. LTD.
Unit 1/601 Anzac Highway
Glenelg, S.A. 5045
Tel. +61 8 8294-8277
Fax +61 8 8294-2893
enquires@sew-eurodrive.com.au
Perth
SEW-EURODRIVE PTY. LTD.
105 Robinson Avenue
Belmont, W.A. 6104
Tel. +61 8 9478-2688
Fax +61 8 9277-7572
enquires@sew-eurodrive.com.au
Brisbane
SEW-EURODRIVE PTY.LTD.
1 /34 Collinsvale St
Rocklea, Queensland, 4106
Tel. +61 7 3272-7900
Fax +61 7 3272-7901
enquires@sew-eurodrive.com.au
Algeria
Sales
Argentina
Assembly
Sales
Service
Australia
Assembly
Sales
Service
Technical Offices
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Austria
Assembly
Sales
Service
Wien
SEW-EURODRIVE Ges.m.b.H.
Richard-Strauss-Strasse 24
A-1230 Wien
Tel. +43 1 617 55 00-0
Fax +43 1 617 55 00-30
http://sew-eurodrive.at
sew@sew-eurodrive.at
Technical Offices
Linz
SEW-EURODRIVE Ges.m.b.H.
Reuchlinstr. 6/3
A-4020 Linz
Tel. +43 732 655 109-0
Fax +43 732 655 109-20
tb-linz@sew-eurodrive.at
Graz
SEW-EURODRIVE Ges.m.b.H.
Grabenstraße 231
A-8045 Graz
Tel. +43 316 685 756-0
Fax +43 316 685 755
tb-graz@sew-eurodrive.at
Dornbirn
SEW-EURODRIVE Ges.m.b.H.
Lustenauerstraße 27/1
A-6850 Dornbirn
Tel. +43 5572 3725 99-0
Fax +43 5572 3725 99-20
tb-dornbirn@sew-eurodrive.at
Dhaka
Triangle Trade International
Bldg-5, Road-2, Sec-3,
Uttara Model Town
Dhaka-1230 Bangladesh
Tel. +880 2 8912246
Fax +880 2 8913344
Assembly
Sales
Service
Brüssel
SEW Caron-Vector S.A.
Avenue Eiffel 5
B-1300 Wavre
Tel. +32 10 231-311
Fax +32 10 231-336
http://www.caron-vector.be
info@caron-vector.be
Technical Office
Vlaanderen
SEW Caron-Vector S.A.
Industrieweg 112-114
B-9032 Gent (Wondelgem)
Tel. +32 92 273-452
Fax +32 92 274-155
La Paz
GRUPO LARCOS LTDA.
Av. Jose Carrasco Not. 1398
Entre Hugo Estrada Y Av. Busch
La Paz
Tel. +591 2 221808
Fax +591 2 220085
larcos@ceibo.entelnet.bo
Sao Paulo
SEW-EURODRIVE Brasil Ltda.
Avenida Amâncio Gaiolli, 50
Caixa Postal: 201-07111-970
Guarulhos/SP - Cep.: 07251-250
Tel. +55 11 6489-9133
Fax +55 11 6480-3328
http://www.sew.com.br
sew@sew.com.br
Bangladesh
Belgium
Bolivia
Brazil
Production
Sales
Service
Additional addresses for service in Brazil provided on request!
Bulgaria
Sales
Sofia
BEVER-DRIVE GmbH
Bogdanovetz Str.1
BG-1606 Sofia
Tel. +359 2 9532565
Fax +359 2 9549345
bever@fastbg.net
Douala
Electro-Services
Rue Drouot Akwa
B.P. 2024
Douala
Tel. +237 4322-99
Fax +237 4277-03
Toronto
SEW-EURODRIVE CO. OF CANADA LTD.
210 Walker Drive
Bramalea, Ontario L6T3W1
Tel. +1 905 791-1553
Fax +1 905 791-2999
http://www.sew-eurodrive.ca
l.reynolds@sew-eurodrive.ca
Vancouver
SEW-EURODRIVE CO. OF CANADA LTD.
7188 Honeyman Street
Delta. B.C. V4G 1 E2
Tel. +1 604 946-5535
Fax +1 604 946-2513
b.wake@sew-eurodrive.ca
Montreal
SEW-EURODRIVE CO. OF CANADA LTD.
2555 Rue Leger Street
LaSalle, Quebec H8N 2V9
Tel. +1 514 367-1124
Fax +1 514 367-3677
a.peluso@sew-eurodrive.ca
Cameroon
Sales
Canada
Assembly
Sales
Service
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Additional addresses for service in Canada provided on request!
Chile
Santiago de
Chile
SEW-EURODRIVE CHILE LTDA.
Las Encinas 1295
Parque Industrial Valle Grande
LAMPA
RCH-Santiago de Chile
P.O. Box
Casilla 23 Correo Quilicura - Santiago - Chile
Tel. +56 2 75770-00
Fax +56 2 75770-01
ventas@sew-eurodrive.cl
Production
Assembly
Sales
Service
Tianjin
SEW-EURODRIVE (Tianjin) Co., Ltd.
No. 46, 7th Avenue, TEDA
Tianjin 300457
Tel. +86 22 25322612
Fax +86 22 25322611
gm-tianjin@sew-eurodrive.cn
http://www.sew.com.cn
Assembly
Sales
Service
Suzhou
SEW-EURODRIVE (Suzhou) Co., Ltd.
333, Suhong Middle Road
Suzhou Industrial Park
Jiangsu Province, 215021
P. R. China
Tel. +86 512 62581781
Fax +86 512 62581783
suzhou@sew.com.cn
Guangzhou
SEW-EURODRIVE (Guangzhou) Co., Ltd.
No. 9, JunDa Road
East Section of GETDD
Guangzhou 510530
P. R. China
Tel. +86 20 82267890
Fax +86 20 82267891
sewguangzhou@sew.com.cn
Bogotá
SEW-EURODRIVE COLOMBIA LTDA.
Calle 22 No. 132-60
Bodega 6, Manzana B
Santafé de Bogotá
Tel. +57 1 54750-50
Fax +57 1 54750-44
sewcol@sew-eurodrive.com.co
Zagreb
KOMPEKS d. o. o.
PIT Erdödy 4 II
HR 10 000 Zagreb
Tel. +385 1 4613-158
Fax +385 1 4613-158
kompeks@net.hr
Sales
Praha
SEW-EURODRIVE CZ S.R.O.
Business Centrum Praha
Luná 591
CZ-16000 Praha 6 - Vokovice
Tel. +420 a220121236
Fax +420 220121237
http://www.sew-eurodrive.cz
sew@sew-eurodrive.cz
Technical Offices
Brno
SEW-EURODRIVE CZ S.R.O.
Krenova 52
CZ -60200 Brno
Tel. +420 543256151 + 543256163
Fax +420 543256845
Hradec Kralove
SEW-EURODRIVE CZ S.R.O.
Technicka Kancelar - vychodni Cechy
Svermova
CZ-53374 Horni Jeleni
Tel. +420 466673711
Fax +420 466673634
Klatovy
SEW-EURODRIVE CZ S.R.O.
Technical Office Klatovy
Kollarova 528
CZ-33901 Klatovy 3
Tel. +420 376310729
Fax +420 376310725
Assembly
Sales
Service
Kopenhagen
SEW-EURODRIVEA/S
Geminivej 28-30, P.O. Box 100
DK-2670 Greve
Tel. +45 43 9585-00
Fax +45 43 9585-09
http://www.sew-eurodrive.dk
sew@sew-eurodrive.dk
Technical Offices
Aarhus
SEW-EURODRIVEA/S
Birkenhaven 45
DK-8520 Lystrup
Tel. +45 86 2283-44
Fax +45 86 2284-90
Assembly
Sales
Service
China
Colombia
Assembly
Sales
Service
Croatia
Sales
Service
Czech Republic
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Helsingør
SEW-EURODRIVEA/S
Rømøvej 2
DK-3140 Ålsgårde
Tel. +45 49 7557-00
Fax +45 49 7558-00
Odense
SEW-EURODRIVEA/S
Lindelyvei 29, Nr. Søby
DK-5792 Arslev
Tel. +45 65 9020-70
Fax +45 65 9023-09
Cairo
Copam Egypt
for Engineering & Agencies
33 EI Hegaz ST, Heliopolis, Cairo
Tel. +20 2 2566-299 + 1 23143088
Fax +20 2 2594-757
copam@datum.com.eg
Tallin
ALAS-KUUL AS
Paldiski mnt.125
EE 0006 Tallin
Tel. +372 6593230
Fax +372 6593231
veiko.soots@alas-kuul.ee
Assembly
Sales
Service
Lahti
SEW-EURODRIVE OY
Vesimäentie 4
FIN-15860 Hollola 2
Tel. +358 201 589-300
Fax +358 3 780-6211
http://www.sew-eurodrive.fi
sew@sew.fi
Technical Offices
Helsinki
SEW-EURODRIVE OY
Luutnantinaukio 5C LT2
FIN-00410 Helsinki
Tel. +358 201 589-300
Fax + 358 9 5666-311
Vaasa
SEW-EURODRIVE OY
Kauppapuistikko 11 E
FIN-65100 Vaasa
Tel. +358 3 589-300
Fax +358 6 3127-470
Libreville
Electro-Services
B.P. 1889
Libreville
Tel. +241 7340-11
Fax +241 7340-12
Assembly
Sales
Service
Normanton
SEW-EURODRIVE Ltd.
Beckbridge Industrial Estate
P.O. Box No.1
GB-Normanton, West- Yorkshire WF6 1QR
Tel. +44 1924 893-855
Fax +44 1924 893-702
http://www.sew-eurodrive.co.uk
info@sew-eurodrive.co.uk
Technical Offices
London
SEW-EURODRIVE Ltd.
764 Finchely Road, Temple Fortune
GB-London N.W.11 7TH
Tel. +44 20 8458-8949
Fax +44 20 8458-7417
Midlands
SEW-EURODRIVE Ltd.
5 Sugar Brook court,
Aston Road,
Bromsgrove, Worcs
B60 3EX
Tel. +44 1527 877-319
Fax +44 1527 575-245
Scotland
SEW-EURODRIVE Ltd.
Scottish Office
No 37 Enterprise House
Springkerse Business Park
GB-Stirling FK7 7UF Scotland
Tel. +44 17 8647-8730
Fax +44 17 8645-0223
Sales
Service
Athen
Christ. Boznos & Son S.A.
12, Mavromichali Street
P.O. Box 80136, GR-18545 Piraeus
Tel. +30 2 1042 251-34
Fax +30 2 1042 251-59
http://www.boznos.gr
info@boznos.gr
Technical Office
Thessaloniki
Christ. Boznos & Son S.A.
Maiandrou 15
562 24 Evosmos, Thessaloniki
Tel. +30 2 310 7054-00
Fax +30 2 310 7055-15
info@boznos.gr
Egypt
Sales
Service
Estonia
Sales
Finland
Gabon
Sales
Great Britain
Greece
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Hong Kong
Assembly
Sales
Service
Hong Kong
SEW-EURODRIVE LTD.
Unit No. 801-806, 8th Floor
Hong Leong Industrial Complex
No. 4, Wang Kwong Road
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel. +852 2 7960477 + 79604654
Fax +852 2 7959129
sew@sewhk.com
Budapest
SEW-EURODRIVE Kft.
H-1037 Budapest
Kunigunda u. 18
Tel. +36 1 437 06-58
Fax +36 1 437 06-50
office@sew-eurodrive.hu
Reykjavik
Vélaverk ehf.
Bolholti 8, 3h.
IS - 105 Reykjavik
Tel. +354 568 3536
Fax +354 568 3537
info@velaverk.is
Assembly
Sales
Service
Baroda
SEW-EURODRIVE India Pvt. Ltd.
Plot No. 4, Gidc
Por Ramangamdi · Baroda - 391 243
Gujarat
Tel. +91 265 2831086
Fax +91 265 2831087
mdoffice@seweurodriveindia.com
Technical Offices
Bangalore
SEW-EURODRIVE India Private Limited
308, Prestige Centre Point
7, Edward Road
Bangalore
Tel. +91 80 22266565
Fax +91 80 22266569
salesbang@seweurodriveinindia.com
Calcutta
SEW EURODRIVE INDIA PVT. LTD.
Juthika Apartment, Flat No. B1
11/1, Sunny Park
Calcutta - 700 019
Tel. +91 33 24615820
Fax +91 33 24615826
sewcal@cal.vsnl.net.in
Chennai
SEW-EURODRIVE India Private Limited
F2, 1st Floor, Sarvamangala Indira
New No. 67, Bazullah Road
Chennai - 600 017
Tel. +91 44 28144461
Fax +91 44 28144463
saleschen@seweurodriveindia.com
Hyderabad
SEW-EURODRIVE India Pvt. Limited
408, 4th Floor, Meridian Place
Green Park Road
Amerpeet
Hyderabad
Tel. +91 40 23414698
Fax +91 40 23413884
saleshyd@seweurodriveindia.com
Mumbai
SEW-EURODRIVE India Private Limited
312 A, 3rd Floor, Acme Plaza
Andheri Kurla Road, Andheri (E)
Mumbai
Tel. +91 22 28348440
Fax +91 22 28217858
salesmumbai@seweurodriveindia.com
New Delhi
SEW-EURODRIVE India Private Limited
303 Kirti Deep,
2-Nangal Raya Business Centre
New Delhi 110 046
Tel. +91 11 28521566
Fax +91 11 28521577
salesdelhi@seweurodriveindia.com
Pune
SEW-EURODRIVE India Private Limited
206, Metro House 7
Mangaldas Road
Pune 411001, Maharashtra
Tel. +91 20 26111054
Fax +91 20 26132337
salespune@seweurodriveindia.com
Jakarta
SEW-EURODRIVE Pte Ltd.
Jakarta Liaison Office,
Menara Graha Kencana
Jl. Perjuangan No. 88, LT 3 B, Kebun Jeruk,
Jakarta 11530
Tel. +62 21 5359066
Fax +62 21 5363686
Dublin
Alperton Engineering Ltd.
48 Moyle Road
Dublin Industrial Estate
Glasnevin, Dublin 11
Tel. +353 1 830-6277
Fax +353 1 830-6458
Hungary
Sales
Service
Iceland
India
Indonesia
Technical Office
Ireland
Sales
Service
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Israel
Sales
Tel-Aviv
Liraz Handasa Ltd.
Ahofer Str 34B / 228
58858 Holon
Tel. +972 3 5599511
Fax +972 3 5599512
lirazhandasa@barak-online.net
Assembly
Sales
Service
Milano
SEW-EURODRIVE di R. Blickle & Co.s.a.s.
Via Bernini,14
I-20020 Solaro (Milano)
Tel. +39 02 96 9801
Fax +39 02 96 799781
sewit@sew-eurodrive.it
Technical Offices
Bologna
SEW-EURODRIVE di R. Blickle & Co.s.a.s.
Via Emilia,172
I-40064 Ozzano dell’Emilia (Bo)
Tel. +39 051 796-660
Fax +39 051 796-595
Caserta
SEW-EURODRIVE di R. Blickle & Co.s.a.s.
Viale Carlo III Km. 23,300
I-81020 S. Nicola la Strada (Caserta)
Tel. +39 0823 450611
Fax +39 0823 421414
Firenze
RIMA
Via Einstein, 14
I-50013 Campi Bisenzio (Firenze)
Tel. +39 055 898 58-21
Fax +39 055 898 58-30
Pescara
SEW-EURODRIVE di R. Blickle & Co.s.a.s.
Via Emilia,172
I-40064 Ozzano dell’Emilia (Bo)
Tel. +39 051 796-660
Fax +39 051 796-595
Torino
SEW-EURODRIVE di R. Blickle & Co.s.a.s.
Filiale Torino
c.so Unione Sovietica 612/15 - int. C
I-11035 Torino
Tel. +39 011 3473780
Fax +39 011 3473783
Verona
SEW-EURODRIVE di R. Blickle & Co.s.a.s.
Via P. Sgulmero, 27/A
I-37132 Verona
Tel. +39 045 97-7722
Fax +39 045 97-6079
Abidjan
SICA
Ste industrielle et commerciale pour l’Afrique
165, Bld de Marseille
B.P. 2323, Abidjan 08
Tel. +225 2579-44
Fax +225 2584-36
Assembly
Sales
Service
Toyoda-cho
SEW-EURODRIVE JAPAN CO., LTD
250-1, Shimoman-no,
Iwata
Shizuoka 438-0818
Tel. +81 538 373811
Fax +81 538 373814
sewjapan@sew-eurodrive.co.jp
Technical Offices
Fukuoka
SEW-EURODRIVE JAPAN CO., LTD.
C-go, 5th-floor, Yakuin-Hiruzu-Bldg.
1-5-11, Yakuin, Chuo-ku
Fukuoka, 810-0022
Tel. +81 92 713-6955
Fax +81 92 713-6860
sewkyushu@jasmine.ocn.ne.jp
Osaka
SEW-EURODRIVE JAPAN CO., LTD.
B-Space EIRAI Bldg., 3rd Floor
1-6-9 Kyoumachibori,
Nishi-ku, Osaka, 550-0003
Tel. +81 6 6444--8330
Fax +81 6 6444--8338
sewosaka@crocus.ocn.ne.jp
Tokyo
SEW-EURODRIVE JAPAN CO., LTD.
Izumi-Bldg. 5 F
3-2-15 Misaki-cho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
101-0061
Tel. +81 3 3239-0469
Fax +81 3 3239-0943
sewtokyo@basil.ocn.ne.jp
Ansan-City
SEW-EURODRIVE KOREA CO., LTD.
B 601-4, Banweol Industrial Estate
Unit 1048-4, Shingil-Dong
Ansan 425-120
Tel. +82 31 492-8051
Fax +82 31 492-8056
master@sew-korea.co.kr
Busan
SEW-EURODRIVE KOREA Co., Ltd.
No. 1720 - 11, Songjeong - dong
Gangseo-ku
Busan 618-270
Tel. +82 51 832-0204
Fax +82 51 832-0230
master@sew-korea.co.kr
Italy
Ivory Coast
Sales
Japan
Korea
Assembly
Sales
Service
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Korea
Daegu
SEW-EURODRIVE KOREA Co., Ltd.
No.1108 Sungan officete
l 87-36, Duryu 2-dong, Dalseo-ku
Daegu 704-712
Tel. +82 53 650-7111
Fax +82 53 650-7112
sewdaegu@netsgo.com
DaeJeon
SEW-EURODRIVE KOREA Co., Ltd.
No. 2017, Hongin offictel
536-9, Bongmyung-dong, Yusung-ku
Daejeon 305-301
Tel. +82 42 828-6461
Fax +82 42 828-6463
sewdaejeon@netsgo.com
Kwangju
SEW-EURODRIVE KOREA Co., Ltd.
4fl., Shinhyun B/D
96-16 Unam-dong, Buk-ku
Kwangju 500-170
Tel. +82 62 511-9172
Fax +82 62 511-9174
sewkwangju@netsgo.com
Seoul
SEW-EURODRIVE KOREA Co., Ltd.
No.1104 Sunkyung officetel
106-4 Kuro 6-dong, Kuro-ku
Seoul 152-054
Tel. +82 2 862-8051
Fax +82 2 862-8199
sewseoul@netsgo.com
Riga
SIA Alas-Kuul
Katlakalna 11C
LV-1073 Riga
Tel. +371 7139386
Fax +371 7139386
info@alas-kuul.ee
Beirut
Gabriel Acar & Fils sarl
B. P. 80484
Bourj Hammoud, Beirut
Tel. +961 1 4947-86
+961 1 4982-72
+961 3 2745-39
Fax +961 1 4949-71
gacar@beirut.com
Alytus
UAB Irseva
Naujoji 19
LT-62175 Alytus
Tel. +370 315 79204
Fax +370 315 56175
info@irseva.lt
http://www.sew-eurodrive.lt
Brüssel
CARON-VECTOR S.A.
Avenue Eiffel 5
B-1300 Wavre
Tel. +32 10 231-311
Fax +32 10 231-336
http://www.caron-vector.be
info@caron-vector.be
Assembly
Sales
Service
Johore
SEW-EURODRIVE SDN BHD
No. 95, Jalan Seroja 39, Taman Johor Jaya
81000 Johor Bahru, Johor
West Malaysia
Tel. +60 7 3549409
Fax +60 7 3541404
sales@sew-eurodrive.com.my
Technical Offices
Kota Kinabalu
SEW-EURODRIVE Sdn Bhd
(Kota Kinabalu Branch)
Lot No. 2,1st Floor, Inanam Baru
Phase III, Miles 5.1 /2, Jalan Tuaran, Inanam
89350 Kota Kinabalu
Sabah, Malaysia
Tel. +60 88 424792
Fax +60 88 424807
Kuala Lumpur
SEW-EURODRIVE Sdn. Bhd.
No. 2, Jalan Anggerik Mokara 31/46
Kota Kemuning Seksyen 31
40460 Shah Alam
Selangor Darul Ehsan
Tel. +60 3 5229633
Fax +60 3 5229622
sewpjy@po.jaring.my
Kuching
SEW-EURODRIVE Sdn. Bhd.
Lot 268, Section 9 KTLD
Lorong 9, Jalan Satok
93400 Kuching, Sarawak
East Malaysia
Tel. +60 82 232380
Fax +60 82 242380
Penang
SEW-EURODRIVE Sdn. Bhd.
No. 38, Jalan Bawal
Kimsar Garden
13700 Prai, Penang
Tel. +60 4 3999349
Fax +60 4 3999348
seweurodrive@po.jaring.my
Technical Offices
Latvia
Sales
Lebanon
Sales
Lithuania
Sales
Luxembourg
Assembly
Sales
Service
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Mexico
Assembly
Sales
Service
Queretaro
SEW-EURODRIVE, Sales and Distribution,
S. A. de C. V.
Privada Tequisquiapan No. 102
Parque Ind. Queretaro C. P. 76220
Queretaro, Mexico
Tel. +52 442 1030-300
Fax +52 442 1030-301
scmexico@seweurodrive.com.mx
Casablanca
S. R. M.
Société de Réalisations Mécaniques
5, rue Emir Abdelkader
05 Casablanca
Tel. +212 2 6186-69 + 6186-70 + 618671
Fax +212 2 6215-88
srm@marocnet.net.ma
Rotterdam
VECTOR Aandrijftechniek B.V.
Industrieweg 175
NL-3044 AS Rotterdam
Postbus 10085
NL-3004 AB Rotterdam
Tel. +31 10 4463-700
Fax +31 10 4155-552
http://www.vector.nu
info@vector.nu
Auckland
SEW-EURODRIVE NEW ZEALAND LTD.
P.O. Box 58-428
82 Greenmount drive
East Tamaki Auckland
Tel. +64 9 2745627
Fax +64 9 2740165
sales@sew-eurodrive.co.nz
Christchurch
SEW-EURODRIVE NEW ZEALAND LTD.
10 Settlers Crescent, Ferrymead
Christchurch
Tel. +64 3 384-6251
Fax +64 3 384-6455
sales@sew-eurodrive.co.nz
Palmerston
North
SEW-EURODRIVE NEW ZEALAND LTD.
C/-Grant Shearman, RD 5, Aronui Road
Palmerston North
Tel. +64 6 355-2165
Fax +64 6 355-2316
sales@sew-eurodrive.co.nz
Moss
SEW-EURODRIVE A/S
Solgaard skog 71
N-1599 Moss
Tel. +47 69 241-020
Fax +47 69 241-040
sew@sew-eurodrive.no
Karachi
SEW-EURODRIVE Pte. Ltd.
Karachi Liaison Office A/3, 1st Floor,
Central Commercial Area
Sultan Ahmed Shah Road
Block 7/8, K.C.H.S. Union Ltd., Karachi
Tel. +92 21 4529369
Fax +92 21 4547365
seweurodrive@cyber.net.pk
Lima
SEW DEL PERU MOTORES REDUCTORES
S.A.C.
Los Calderos, 120-124
Urbanizacion Industrial Vulcano, ATE, Lima
Tel. +51 1 3495280
Fax +51 1 3493002
sewperu@sew-eurodrive.com.pe
Manila
SEW-EURODRIVE Pte Ltd
Manila Liaison Office
Suite 110, Ground Floor
Comfoods Building
Senator Gil Puyat Avenue
1200 Makati City
Tel. +63 2 894275254
Fax +63 2 8942744
sewmla@i-next.net
Assembly
Sales
Service
Lodz
SEW-EURODRIVE Polska Sp.z.o.o.
ul. Techniczna 5
PL-92-518 Lodz
Tel. +48 42 67710-90
Fax +48 42 67710-99
http://www.sew-eurodrive.pl
sew@sew-eurodrive.pl
Technical Office
Katowice
SEW-EURODRIVE Polska Sp.z.o.o.
ul. Nad Jeziorem 87
PL-43-100 Tychy
Tel. +48 32 2175026 + 32 2175027
Fax +48 32 2277910
Morocco
Sales
Netherlands
Assembly
Sales
Service
New Zealand
Assembly
Sales
Service
Technical Office
Norway
Assembly
Sales
Service
Pakistan
Technical Office
Peru
Assembly
Sales
Service
Philippines
Technical Office
Poland
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Poland
Bydgoszcz
SEW-EURODRIVE Polska Sp.z.o.o.
ul. Fordonska 246
PL-85-959 Bydgoszcz
Tel. +48 52 3606590
Fax +48 52 3606591
Szczecinek
SEW-EURODRIVE Polska Sp.z.o.o.
ul. Mickiewicza 2 pok. 36
PL-78-400 Szczecinek
Tel. +48 94 3728820
Fax +48 94 3728821
Assembly
Sales
Service
Coimbra
SEW-EURODRIVE, LDA.
Apartado 15
P-3050-901 Mealhada
Tel. +351 231 20 9670
Fax +351 231 20 3685
http://www.sew-eurodrive.pt
infosew@sew-eurodrive.pt
Technical Offices
Lisboa
Tertir
Edifício Lisboa
Gabinete 119
P-2615 Alverca do Ribatejo
Tel. +351 21 958-0198
Fax +351 21 958-0245
esc.lisboa@sew-eurodrive.pt
Porto
Av. D. Afonso Henriques, 1196 - 1° - sala 102
Edifício ACIA
P- 4450-016 Matosinhos
Tel. +351 229 350 383
Fax +351 229 350 384
MobilTel. +351 9 332559110
esc.porto@sew-eurodrive.pt
Bucuresti
Sialco Trading SRL
str. Madrid nr.4
011785 Bucuresti
Tel. +40 21 230-1328
Fax +40 21 230-7170
sialco@sialco.ro
Assembly
Sales
Service
St. Petersburg
ZAO SEW-EURODRIVE
P.O. Box 36
195220 St. Petersburg Russia
Tel. +7 812 3332522 +7 812 5357142
Fax +7 812 3332523
http://www.sew-eurodrive.ru
sew@sew-eurodrive.ru
Technical Office
Moskau
ZAO SEW-EURODRIVE
RUS-107023 Moskau
Tel. +7 095 9337090
Fax +7 095 9337094
mso@sew-eurodrive.ru
Novosibirsk
ZAO SEW-EURODRIVE
pr. K Marksa, d.30
RUS-630087 Novosibirsk
Tel. +7 383 3350200
Fax +7 383 3462544
nso@sew-eurodrive.ru
Dakar
SENEMECA
Mécanique Générale
Km 8, Route de Rufisque
B.P. 3251, Dakar
Tel. +221 849 47-70
Fax +221 849 47-71
senemeca@sentoo.sn
Beograd
DIPAR d.o.o.
Kajmakcalanska 54
SCG-11000 Beograd
Tel. +381 11 3088677 / +381 11
3088678
Fax +381 11 3809380
dipar@yubc.net
Singapore
SEW-EURODRIVE PTE. LTD.
No 9, Tuas Drive 2
Jurong Industrial Estate
Singapore 638644
Tel. +65 68621701
Fax +65 68612827
sewsingapore@sew-eurodrive.com
Sered
SEW-Eurodrive SK s.r.o.
Trnavska 920
SK-926 01 Sered
Tel. +421 31 7891311
Fax +421 31 7891312
sew@sew-eurodrive.sk
Celje
Pakman - Pogonska Tehnika d.o.o.
UI. XIV. divizije 14
SLO – 3000 Celje
Tel. +386 3 490 83-20
Fax +386 3 490 83-21
pakman@siol.net
Portugal
Romania
Sales
Service
Russia
Senegal
Sales
Serbia and Montenegro
Sales
Singapore
Assembly
Sales
Service
Slovakia
Sales
Slovenia
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South Africa
Johannesburg
SEW-EURODRIVE (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED
Eurodrive House
Cnr. Adcock Ingram and Aerodrome Roads
Aeroton Ext. 2
Johannesburg 2013
P.O.Box 90004
Bertsham 2013
Tel. +27 11 248-7000
Fax +27 11 494-3104
dross@sew.co.za
Capetown
SEW-EURODRIVE (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED
Rainbow Park
Cnr. Racecourse & Omuramba Road
Montague Gardens
Cape Town
P.O.Box 36556
Chempet 7442
Cape Town
Tel. +27 21 552-9820
Fax +27 21 552-9830
Telex 576 062
dswanepoel@sew.co.za
Durban
SEW-EURODRIVE (PROPRIETARY) LIMITED
2 Monaceo Place
Pinetown
Durban
P.O. Box 10433, Ashwood 3605
Tel. +27 31 700-3451
Fax +27 31 700-3847
dtait@sew.co.za
Nelspruit
SEW-EURODRIVE (PTY) LTD.
7 Christie Crescent
Vintonia
P.O.Box 1942
Nelspruit 1200
Tel. +27 13 752-8007
Fax +27 13 752-8008
robermeyer@sew.co.za
Port Elizabeth
SEW-EURODRIVE PTY LTD.
5 b Linsay Road
Neave Township
6000 Port Elizabeth
Tel. +27 41 453-0303
Fax +27 41 453-0305
dswanepoel@sew.co.za
Richards Bay
SEW-EURODRIVE PTY LTD.
25 Eagle Industrial Park Alton
Richards Bay
P.O. Box 458
Richards Bay 3900
Tel. +27 35 797-3805
Fax +27 35 797-3819
dtait@sew.co.za
Assembly
Sales
Service
Bilbao
SEW-EURODRIVE ESPAÑA, S.L.
Parque Tecnológico, Edificio, 302
E-48170 Zamudio (Vizcaya)
Tel. +34 9 4431 84-70
Fax +34 9 4431 84-71
sew.spain@sew-eurodrive.es
Technical Offices
Barcelona
Delegación Barcelona
Avenida Francesc Maciá 40-44 Oficina 3.1
E-08206 Sabadell (Barcelona)
Tel. +34 9 37 162200
Fax +34 9 37 233007
Lugo
Delegación Noroeste
Apartado, 1003
E-27080 Lugo
Tel. +34 6 3940 3348
Fax +34 9 8220 2934
Madrid
Delegación Madrid
Gran Via. 48-2° A-D
E-28220 Majadahonda (Madrid)
Tel. +34 9 1634 2250
Fax +34 9 1634 0899
Colombo 4
SM International (Pte) Ltd
254, Galle Raod
Colombo 4, Sri Lanka
Tel. +94 1 2584887
Fax +94 1 2582981
Assembly
Sales
Service
Jönköping
SEW-EURODRIVE AB
Gnejsvägen 6-8
S-55303 Jönköping
Box 3100 S-55003 Jönköping
Tel. +46 36 3442-00
Fax +46 36 3442-80
http://www.sew-eurodrive.se
info@sew-eurodrive.se
Technical Offices
Göteborg
SEW-EURODRIVE AB
Gustaf Werners gata 8
S-42131 Västra Frölunda
Tel. +46 31 70968-80
Fax +46 31 70968-93
Malmö
SEW-EURODRIVE AB
Borrgatan 5
S-21124 Malmö
Tel. +46 40 68064-80
Fax +46 40 68064-93
Assembly
Sales
Service
Technical Offices
Spain
Sri Lanka
Sweden
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Sweden
Stockholm
SEW-EURODRIVE AB
Björkholmsvägen 10
S-14125 Huddinge
Tel. +46 8 44986-80
Fax +46 8 44986-93
Skellefteå
SEW-EURODRIVE AB
Trädgårdsgatan 8
S-93131 Skellefteå
Tel. +46 910 7153-80
Fax +46 910 7153-93
Assembly
Sales
Service
Basel
Alfred lmhof A.G.
Jurastrasse 10
CH-4142 Münchenstein bei Basel
Tel. +41 61 417 1717
Fax +41 61 417 1700
http://www.imhof-sew.ch
info@imhof-sew.ch
Technical Offices
Rhaetian Switzerland
André Gerber
Es Perreyres
CH-1436 Chamblon
Tel. +41 24 445 3850
Fax +41 24 445 4887
Bern / Solothurn
Rudolf Bühler
Muntersweg 5
CH-2540 Grenchen
Tel. +41 32 652 2339
Fax +41 32 652 2331
Central Switzerland and Ticino
Beat Lütolf
Baumacher 11
CH-6244 Nebikon
Tel. +41 62 756 4780
Fax +41 62 756 4786
Zürich
René Rothenbühler
Nörgelbach 7
CH-8493 Saland
Tel. +41 52 386 3150
Fax +41 52 386 3213
Bodensee and
East Switzerland
Markus Künzle
Eichweg 4
CH-9403 Goldbach
Tel. +41 71 845 2808
Fax +41 71 845 2809
Nan Tou
Ting Shou Trading Co., Ltd.
No. 55 Kung Yeh N. Road
Industrial District
Nan Tou 540
Tel. +886 49 255353
Fax +886 49 257878
Taipei
Ting Shou Trading Co., Ltd.
6F-3, No. 267, Sec. 2
Tung Hwa South Road, Taipei
Tel. +886 2 27383535
Fax +886 2 27368268
Telex 27 245
sewtwn@ms63.hinet.net
Assembly
Sales
Service
Chon Buri
SEW-EURODRIVE (Thailand) Ltd.
Bangpakong Industrial Park 2
700/456, Moo.7, Tambol Donhuaroh
Muang District
Chon Buri 20000
Tel. +66 38 454281
Fax +66 38 454288
sewthailand@sew-eurodrive.co.th
Technical Offices
Bangkok
SEW-EURODRIVE PTE LTD
Bangkok Liaison Office
6th floor, TPS Building
1023, Phattanakarn Road
Klongtan, Phrakanong, Bangkok,10110
Tel. +66 2 7178149
Fax +66 2 7178152
sewthailand@sew-eurodrive.co.th
Hadyai
SEW-EURODRIVE (Thailand) Ltd.
Hadyai Country Home Condominium
59/101 Soi.17/1
Rachas-Utid Road.
Hadyai, Songkhla 90110
Tel. +66 74 359441
Fax +66 74 359442
sewhdy@ksc.th.com
Khonkaen
SEW-EURODRIVE (Thailand) Ltd.
4th Floor, Kaow-U-HA MOTOR Bldg,
359/2, Mitraphab Road.
Muang District
Khonkaen 40000
Tel. +66 43 225745
Fax +66 43 324871
sewkk@cscoms.com
Lampang
SEW-EURODRIVE (Thailand) Ltd.
264 Chatchai Road, sob-tuy,
Muang, Lampang 52100
Tel. +66 54 310241
Fax +66 54 310242
sewthailand@sew-eurodrive.co.th
Switzerland
Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Thailand
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Tunisia
Tunis
T. M.S. Technic Marketing Service
7, rue Ibn EI Heithem
Z.I. SMMT
2014 Mégrine Erriadh
Tel. +216 1 4340-64 + 1 4320-29
Fax +216 1 4329-76
Assembly
Sales
Service
Istanbul
SEW-EURODRIVE
Hareket Sistemleri Sirketi
Bagdat Cad. Koruma Cikmazi No. 3
TR-34846 Maltepe ISTANBUL
Tel. +90 216 4419163 + 216 4419164 +
216 3838014
Fax +90 216 3055867
sew@sew-eurodrive.com.tr
Technical Offices
Ankara
SEW-EURODRIVE
Hareket Sistemleri
Ticaret Ltd. Sirketi
Özcelik Is Merkezi, 14. Sok, No. 4/42
TR-06370 Ostim/Ankara
Tel. +90 312 2868014
Fax +90 312 2868015
Bursa
SEW-EURODRIVE
Hareket Sistemleri San. ve Tic. Ltd. Sti.
Besevler Küçük Sanayi
Parkoop Parçacilar Sitesi 48. Sokak No. 47
TR Nilüfer/Bursa
Tel. +90 224 443 4559
Fax +90 224 443 4558
Izmir
SEW-EURODRIVE
Hareket Sistemleri
Ticaret Ltd. Sirketi
1203/11 Sok. No. 4/613
Hasan Atli Is Merkezi
TR-35110 Yenisehir-Izmir
Tel. +90 232 4696264
Fax +90 232 4336105
Dnepropetrovsk
SEW-EURODRIVE
Str. Rabochaja 23-B, Office 409
49008 Dnepropetrovsk
Tel. +380 56 370 3211
Fax +380 56 372 2078
sew@sew-eurodrive.ua
Montevideo
SEW-EURODRIVE Argentina S. A. Sucursal
Uruguay
German Barbato 1526
CP 11200 Montevideo
Tel. +598 2 90181-89
Fax +598 2 90181-88
sewuy@sew-eurodrive.com.uy
Production
Assembly
Sales
Service
Greenville
SEW-EURODRIVE INC.
1295 Old Spartanburg Highway
P.O. Box 518
Lyman, S.C. 29365
Tel. +1 864 439-7537
Fax Sales +1 864 439-7830
Fax Manuf. +1 864 439-9948
Fax Ass. +1 864 439-0566
Telex 805 550
http://www.seweurodrive.com
cslyman@seweurodrive.com
Assembly
Sales
Service
San Francisco
SEW-EURODRIVE INC.
30599 San Antonio St.
Hayward, California 94544-7101
Tel. +1 510 487-3560
Fax +1 510 487-6381
cshayward@seweurodrive.com
Philadelphia/PA
SEW-EURODRIVE INC.
Pureland Ind. Complex
2107 High Hill Road, P.O. Box 481
Bridgeport, New Jersey 08014
Tel. +1 856 467-2277
Fax +1 856 845-3179
csbridgeport@seweurodrive.com
Dayton
SEW-EURODRIVE INC.
2001 West Main Street
Troy, Ohio 45373
Tel. +1 937 335-0036
Fax +1 937 440-3799
cstroy@seweurodrive.com
Dallas
SEW-EURODRIVE INC.
3950 Platinum Way
Dallas, Texas 75237
Tel. +1 214 330-4824
Fax +1 214 330-4724
csdallas@seweurodrive.com
Sales
Turkey
Ukraine
Sales
Service
Uruguay
USA
Additional addresses for service in the USA provided on request!
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Venezuela
Assembly
Sales
Service
03/2006
Valencia
SEW-EURODRIVE Venezuela S.A.
Av. Norte Sur No. 3, Galpon 84-319
Zona Industrial Municipal Norte
Valencia, Estado Carabobo
Tel. +58 241 832-9804
Fax +58 241 838-6275
sewventas@cantv.net
sewfinanzas@cantv.net
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