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Inverter Systems

for HEIDENHAIN Controls

Information for the Machine Tool Builder

September 2008

HEIDENHAIN Inverter Systems

The inverter systems from HEIDENHAIN are suitable for the HEIDENHAIN controls with digital speed control. They are designed for operating the synchronous and asynchronous motors from HEIDENHAIN.

MC 422 B, CC 424 B with modular inverter

System tests

Controls, inverters, motors and encoders from HEIDENHAIN are usually integrated as components in larger systems. In these cases, comprehensive tests of the complete system are required, irrespective of the specications of the individual devices. In particular the following parts in inverters from HEIDENHAIN are subject to wear: Fans Standards (ISO, EN, etc.) apply only where explicitly stated in the catalog.

Expendable parts

Standards

Contents

Page Inverter Systems Overview Compact Inverters Modular Inverters Accessories for Inverter Systems Additional Power Supply Ribbon Cables and Covers Overview of Cables for Inverters Dimensions Other HEIDENHAIN Components Index

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This catalog supersedes all previous editions, which thereby become invalid. Subject to change without notice

HEIDENHAIN Inverter Systems

HEIDENHAIN inverter systems are designed for use with QSY synchronous motors and QAN asynchronous motors from HEIDENHAIN. The inverter systems are available with power ratings of 10 kW to 80 kW. They can be supplied as compact inverters or in modular versions as regenerative or nonregenerative systems.

Regenerative inverters

With regenerative inverters, the braking energy of the motors is fed back into the power supply. Regenerative systems need additional components, such as line lters and commutating reactors (see Accessories for Inverter Systems). With nonregenerative inverters, the braking energy of the motors is converted to heat. This requires a braking resistor (see Accessories for Inverter Systems). The inverter systems are designed for connection to a TN public power supply with a voltage of 3 x 400 V; 50 to 60 Hz ( 10%). Other public grids or other line voltages must be adapted over a transformer. Both inverter systems use a rectier bridge circuit to convert the line power to the dc-link voltage and other auxiliary voltages for the electronics of the power modules, the controller unit, and the main computer. The rectied andfor regenerative systemscontrolled dc-link voltage is conducted through IGBTs to the motors under frequency and voltage control. Control is by PWM signals. The dc-link voltage is 565 V for nonregenerative systems and 650 V for regenerative systems.

Nonregenerative inverters Power supply

DC-link voltage

UE 112

Safety functions

In the event of an emergency stop, HEIDENHAIN inverter systems make it possible to shut down the motors centrally over special inputs for deleting the pulse release for PWM control of the IGBTs. The controller unit controls braking until standstill. For each motor there are separate outputs to the power modules to control the brakes at standstill. If required, however, drive groups can be formed to enable separate switch-off (e.g. axes for the tool magazine). The axes are then switched off through an axis-release module.

Compact inverters

In a single enclosure, UE and UR compact inverters house the rectiers for generating the dc-link voltage and the IGBT full bridges for up to ve drives. Compact inverters with internal braking resistor are available for power ratings up to 15 kW. As an alternative, the internal braking resistor can be replaced by an external resistor to reduce heat generation in the electrical cabinet (not with UE 11x). Higher power ratings require regenerative systems. For special cases, an additional power module can be connected to a compact inverter (not with UE 11x). Please note that the total power consumption of the connected motors must not exceed the power of the compact inverter! The CC controller unit is connected to the compact inverter over a ribbon cable and uses PWM signals to control the IGBTs.

UR 242

Modular inverters

Modular inverter systems consist of the following modules: One UV or UVR power supply unit including the necessary additional components Several UM power modules for axes and spindle Ribbon cables and covers In modular systems, the supply module produces the rectied dc-link voltage. The IGBT full bridges are housed in the separate UM power modules. The dc-link power bar conducts the dc-link voltage to the power modules. The CC controller unit is connected to the power modules over a ribbon cable and uses PWM signals to control the IGBTs. The power supply unit is arranged the farthest to the left. The power modules are arranged to the right in order of decreasing power.

Motor current

The power modules and compact inverters are available in gradations to make it possible to match them to the required motor current and torque values. In addition, the PWM frequency can be adjusted to the motor current. Please remember that very high spindle speeds require a higher PWM frequency (see Spindle). If the 5 V power supply of the UE 2xx B does not sufce for the MC, CC and connected encoders, an additional UV 105 power supply unit is required. For a calculation example, see Additional Power Supply for MC and CC.

Additional power supply unit

UVR 140 D

Current consumption The UV power supply units supply the current for the electronics of the connected of the modules. The following limit values apply: modules Power supply 15 V 24 V UV 130 D 1.5 A 2A UVR 1xx D 3.5 A 4A

The current consumption for the electronics of the modular inverters depends largely on their power output. If several highcapacity modules are used, in rare cases the maximum permissible current for the power supply unit might be exceeded. Therefore, be sure to check the current consumption for the 15-V and 24-V supplies individually. This is of particular importance when the UVR 150 D is used together with the UM 115 D. If the total current consumption exceeds the maximum value, please contact HEIDENHAIN. Ribbon cables and covers The individual control components are connected through ribbon cables for PWM signals, power bus and unit bus. The ribbon cables must be covered to protect against interference. Ribbon cables and covers for separate power modules must be ordered in the required lengths. The ribbon cables and covers for compact inverters are included in delivery.

UM 115 D

Overview

Model Compact inverters Regenerative UR 230 D UR 240 D UR 242 D

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Accessories KDR commutating reactor EPCOS line lter UP 110 braking resistor module As required: SM voltage protection module ZKF dc-link lter Three-phase current capacitor CMC capacitor module PW 210 braking resistor (not for UE 11x) As required: SM voltage protection module Additional UV 105 power supply unit1)

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Nonregenerative

UE 110 UE 112 UE 210 D UE 211 D UE 212 D UE 230 B UE 240 B UE 242 B

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Modular inverters

Power supply unit Regenerative

UVR 120 D UVR 130 D UVR 140 D UVR 150 D UVR 160 D UVR 160 DW UV 130 D

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KDR commutating reactor EPCOS line lter UP 110 braking resistor module As required: SM voltage protection module ZKF dc-link lter Three-phase current capacitor PW 210 braking resistor As required: SM voltage protection module CMC/CMM capacitor module Ribbon cables, covers

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Nonregenerative

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Power module for one axis

UM 111 D UM 111 BD UM 112 D UM 113 D UM 114 D UM 115 D UM 116 DW UM 121 D UM 121 BD UM 122 D

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For two axes

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Ribbon cables, covers

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Required for iTNC 530 with Windows XP if UE 230 B, UE 240 B or UE 242 B are used

Compact Inverters
Nonregenerative

Nonregenerative compact inverters continued on next page

3 axes + spindle UE 110 3 axes Spindle 24.0 A 36.0 A 36.0 A 22.0 A 33.0 A 33.0 A 20.0 A 30.0 A 30.0 A 16.8 A 25.2 A 25.2 A 14.6 A 21.9 A 21.9 A 12.2 A 18.3 A 18.3 A

4 axes + spindle UE 112 3 axes 6.0 A 12.0 A 5.5 A 11.0 A 5.0 A 10.0 A 4.2 A 8.4 A 3.65 A 7.3 A 3.0 A 6.0 A 1 axis 9.0 A 18.0 A 8.3 A 16.5 A 7.5 A 15.0 A 6.3 A 12.6 A 5.5 A 11.0 A 4.6 A 9.2 A Spindle 24.0 A 36.0 A 36.0 A 22.0 A 33.0 A 33.0 A 20.0 A 30.0 A 30.0 A 16.8 A 25.2 A 25.2 A 14.6 A 21.9 A 21.9 A 12.2 A 18.3 A 18.3 A

Rated current IN IS6-40 %1) Maximal current Imax2) for PWM frequency

3 333 Hz

6.0 A 12.0 A 5.5 A 11.0 A 5.0 A 10.0 A 4.2 A 8.4 A 3.65 A 7.3 A 3.0 A 6.0 A

4 000 Hz

5 000 Hz

6 666 Hz

8 000 Hz

10 000 Hz

Power supply Rated power dc link Peak power3) dc link Power loss4) at IN (approx.) DC-link voltage Integrated braking resistor5) Module width Weight (approx.) ID

3 x 400 V ( 10%); 50 Hz to 60 Hz or 3 x 480 V ( 10%); 50 Hz to 60 Hz 10 kW 15 kW / 20 kW 450 W 565 V 1 kW / 27 kW 175 mm 20 kg 375 713-xx 10 kW 15 kW / 20 kW 450 W 565 V 1 kW / 27 kW 175 mm 20 kg 375 715-xx

Additional components for nonregenerative compact inverters (see Accessories for Inverters) Braking resistor Additional power supply Voltage protection module6)
1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6)

SM 110

SM 110

Spindle: 40% cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 10 minutes (S6-40%) Axes: 0.2 s cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 10 s with 70% rated current preload Spindle: 10 s cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 60 s with 70% rated current preload 1st value: 40% cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 10 minutes (S6-40%) 2nd value: 0.2 s cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 5 s Power loss during idle running: approx. 10% of the power loss at rated current 1st value: Continuous duty 2nd value: 1.5% cyclic duration factor for 120 seconds duty cycle time. Only for synchronous or torque motors with eld weakening

Compact Inverters Nonregenerative

Nonregenerative compact inverters 3 axes + spindle or 4 axes UE 210 D 3 axes Rated current IN IS6-40 %1) Maximal current Imax2) for PWM frequency 3 333 Hz 9.0 A 18.0 A 18.0 A 8.3 A 16.5 A 16.5 A 7.5 A 15.0 A 15.0 A 6.3 A 12.6 A 12.6 A 5.5 A 11.0 A 11.0 A 4.6 A 9.2 A 9.2 A Spindle/axis 24.0 A/18.0 A 36.0 A/36.0 A 36.0 A/36.0 A 22.0 A/16.5 A 33.0 A/33.0 A 33.0 A/33.0 A UE 211 D 2 axis 9.0 A 18.0 A 18.0 A 8.3 A 16.5 A 16.5 A 1 axis 18.0 A 36.0 A 36.0 A 16.5 A 33.0 A 33.0 A 15.0 A 30.0 A 30.0 A 12.6 A 25.2 A 25.2 A 11.0 A 22.0 A 22.0 A 9.1 A 18.2 A 18.2 A Spindle/Axis 24.0 A/18.0 A 36.0 A/36.0 A 36.0 A/36.0 A 22.0 A/16.5 A 33.0 A/33.0 A 33.0 A/33.0 A 20.0 A/15.0 A 30.0 A/30.0 A 30.0 A/30.0 A 16.8 A/12.6 A 25.2 A/25.2 A 25.2 A/25.2 A 14.6 A/11.0 A 22.0 A/22.0 A 22.0 A/22.0 A 12.2 A/9.1 A 18.2 A/18.2 A 18.2 A/18.2 A

4 axes + spindle or 5 axes UE 212 D 3 axes 9.0 A 18.0 A 18.0 A 8.3 A 16.5 A 16.5 A 7.5 A 15.0 A 15.0 A 6.3 A 12.6 A 12.6 A 5.5 A 11.0 A 11.0 A 4.6 A 9.2 A 9.2 A 1 axis 18.0 A 36.0 A 36.0 A 16.5 A 33.0 A 33.0 A 15.0 A 30.0 A 30.0 A 12.6 A 25.2 A 25.2 A 11.0 A 22.0 A 22.0 A 9.1 A 18.2 A 18.2 A

4 000 Hz

5 000 Hz

20.0 A/15.0 A 7.5 A 30.0 A/30.0 A 15.0 A 30.0 A/30.0 A 15.0 A 16.8 A/12.6 A 25.2 A/25.2 A 25.2 A/25.2 A 14.6 A/11.0 A 22.0 A/22.0 A 22.0 A/22.0 A 12.2 A/9.1 A 18.2 A/18.2 A 18.2 A/18.2 A 6.3 A 12.6 A 12.6 A 5.5 A 11.0 A 11.0 A 4.6 A 9.2 A 9.2 A

6 666 Hz

8 000 Hz

10 000 Hz

Power supply Rated power dc link Peak power3) dc link Power loss4) at IN (approx.) DC-link voltage Integrated braking resistor Module width Weight (approx.) ID
5)

3 x 400 V ( 10%); 50 to 60 Hz 15 kW 23 kW / 40 kW 475 W 565 V 1 kW / 27 kW 200 mm 20 kg 558 302-01

3 x 400 V ( 10%); 50 to 60 Hz 15 kW 23 kW / 40 kW 525 W 565 V 1 kW / 27 kW 200 mm 20 kg 558 303-01

3 x 400 V ( 10%); 50 to 60 Hz 15 kW 23 kW / 40 kW 595 W 565 V 1 kW / 27 kW 200 mm 20 kg 558 304-01

Additional components for nonregenerative compact inverters (see Accessories for Inverters) Braking resistor Additional power supply Voltage protection module6)
1) 2) 3)

PW 210 SM 110

PW 210 SM 110

PW 210 SM 110

Spindle: Axes: Spindle: 1st value: 2nd value:

40% 0.2 s 10 s 40% 0.2 s

cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 10 minutes (S6-40%) cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 10 s with 70% rated current preload cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 60 s with 70% rated current preload cyclic duration factor for 10 minutes duty cycle time (S6-40%) cyclic duration factor for 5 seconds duty cycle time

2 axes + spindle or 3 axes UE 230 B Spindle/Axis 24.0 A/18.0 A 36.0 A/36.0 A 36.0 A/36.0 A 22.0 A/16.5 A 33.0 A/33.0 A 33.0 A/33.0 A 20.0 A/15.0 A 30.0 A/30.0 A 30.0 A/30.0 A 16.8 A/12.6 A 25.2 A/25.2 A 25.2 A/25.2 A 14.6 A/11.0 A 22.0 A/22.0 A 22.0 A/22.0 A 12.2 A/9.1 A 18.2 A/18.2 A 18.2 A/18.2 A 2 axes 9.0 A 15.0 A 8.3 A 15.0 A 7.5 A 15.0 A 6.4 A 12.8 A 5.3 A 10.6 A 4.5 A 9.0 A Spindle/Axis 38.0 A/28.2 A 46.0 A/ 46.0 A/46.0 A 35.0 A/26.0 A 46.0 A/ 46.0 A/46.0 A 31.0 A/23.0 A 46.0 A/ 46.0 A/46.0 A 26.0 A/19.3 A 38.6 A/ 38.6 A/38.6 A 22.5 A/16.7 A 33.4 A/ 33.4 A/33.4 A 19.0 A/14.1 A 28.2 A/ 28.2 A/28.2 A

3 axes + spindle or 4 axes UE 240 B 3 axes 9.0 A 15.0 A 8.3 A 15.0 A 7.5 A 15.0 A 6.4 A 12.8 A 5.3 A 10.6 A 4.5 A 9.0 A Spindle/Axis 38.0 A/28.2 A 46.0 A/ 46.0 A/46.0 A 35.0 A/26.0 A 46.0 A/ 46.0 A/46.0 A 31.0 A/23.0 A 46.0 A/ 46.0 A/46.0 A 26.0 A/19.3 A 38.6 A/ 38.6 A/38.6 A 22.5 A/16.7 A 33.4 A/ 33.4 A/33.4 A 19.0 A/14.1 A 28.2 A/ 28.2 A/28.2 A

4 axes + spindle or 5 axes UE 242 B 3 axes 9.0 A 15.0 A 8.3 A 15.0 A 7.5 A 15.0 A 6.4 A 12.8 A 5.3 A 10.6 A 4.5 A 9.0 A 1 axis 28.2 A 46.0 A 26.0 A 46.0 A 23.0 A 46.0 A 19.3 A 38.6 A 16.7 A 33.4 A 14.1 A 28.2 A Spindle/Axis 38.0 A/28.2 A 46.0 A/ 46.0 A/46.0 A 35.0 A/26.0 A 46.0 A/ 46.0 A/46.0 A 31.0 A/23.0 A 46.0 A/ 46.0 A/46.0 A 26.0 A/19.3 A 38.6 A/ 38.6 A/38.6 A 22.5 A/16.7 A 33.4 A/ 33.4 A/33.4 A 19.0 A/14.1 A 28.2 A/ 28.2 A/28.2 A

3 x 400 V ( 10%); 50 to 60 Hz 22 kW 30 kW / 45 kW 520 W 565 V 200 mm 23 kg 337 038-xx

3 x 400 V ( 10%); 50 to 60 Hz 22 kW 30 kW / 45 kW 590 W 565 V 200 mm 23 kg 337 039-xx

3 x 400 V ( 10%); 50 to 60 Hz 22 kW 30 kW / 45 kW 770 W 565 V 200 mm 23 kg 337 041-xx

PW 210 SM 110
4) 5) 6)

PW 210 UV 105 (as required) SM 110

PW 210 UV 105 (as required) SM 110

Power loss during idle running: approx. 10% of the power loss at rated current 1st value: Continuous duty 2nd value: 1.5% cyclic duration factor for 120 seconds duty cycle time. Only for synchronous or torque motors with eld weakening

Compact Inverters
Regenerative

Regenerative compact inverters

2 axes + spindle or 3 axes UR 230 D 2 axes Spindle/axis 42.0 A/30.0 A 60.0 A/ 60.0 A/60.0 A 38.5 A/27.5 A 55.0 A/ 55.0 A/55.0 A 35.0 A/25.0 A 50.0 A/ 50.0 A/50.0 A 29.4 A/21.0 A 42.0 A/ 42.0 A/42.0 A 25.6 A/18.3 A 36.5 A/ 36.5 A/36.5 A 21.4 A/15.3 A 30.5 A/ 30.5 A/30.5 A

3 axes + spindle or 4 axes UR 240 D 3 axes 9.0 A 18.0 A 8.3 A 16.5 A 7.5 A 15.0 A 6.3 A 12.6 A 5.5 A 11.0 A 4.6 A 9.2 A Spindle/axis 42.0 A/30.0 A 60.0 A/ 60.0 A/60.0 A 38.5 A/27.5 A 55.0 A/ 55.0 A/55.0 A 35.0 A/25.0 A 50.0 A/ 50.0 A/50.0 A 29.4 A/21.0 A 42.0 A/ 42.0 A/42.0 A 25.6 A/18.3 A 36.5 A/ 36.5 A/36.5 A 21.4 A/15.3 A 30.5 A/ 30.5 A/30.5 A

Rated current IN IS6-40 %1) Maximal current Imax2) for PWM frequency

3 333 Hz

9.0 A 18.0 A 8.3 A 16.5 A 7.5 A 15.0 A 6.3 A 12.6 A 5.5 A 11.0 A 4.6 A 9.2 A

4 000 Hz

5 000 Hz

6 666 Hz

8 000 Hz

10 000 Hz

Power supply Rated power dc link Peak power3) dc link Power loss4) at IN (approx.) DC-link voltage Module width Weight (approx.) ID

3 x 400 V ( 10%); 50 Hz to 60 Hz 22 kW 30 kW / 40 kW 680 W 650 V 250 mm 22.5 kg 536 561-01

3 x 400 V ( 10%); 50 Hz to 60 Hz 22 kW 30 kW / 40 kW 750 W 650 V 250 mm 22.5 kg 536 564-01

Additional components for regenerative compact inverters (see Accessories for Inverters) Commutating reactor Line lter Braking resistor DC-link lter
5)

KDR 120 EPCOS 35 A SP 110 ZKF 110 or ZKF 120 Recommended SM 110

KDR 120 EPCOS 35 A UP 110 ZKF 110 or ZKF 120 Recommended SM 110

Three-phase current capacitor Voltage protection module


1) 2) 3) 6)

Spindle: Axes: Spindle: 1st value: 2nd value:

40% 0.2 s 10 s 40% 0.2 s

cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 10 minutes (S6-40%) cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 10 s with 70% rated current preload cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 60 s with 70% rated current preload cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 10 minutes (S6-40%) cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 5 s

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4 axes + spindle or 5 axes UR 242 D 3 axes 9.0 A 18.0 A 8.3 A 16.5 A 7.5 A 15.0 A 6.3 A 12.6 A 5.5 A 11.0 A 4.6 A 9.2 A 1 axis/spindle 30.0 A/42.0 A 60.0 A/ 60.0 A/60.0 A 27.5 A/38.5 A 55.0 A/ 55.0 A/55.0 A 25.0 A/35.0 A 50.0 A/ 50.0 A/50.0 A 21.0 A/29.5 A 42.0 A/ 42.0 A/42.0 A 18.3 A/25.6 A 36.5 A/ 36.5 A/36.5 A 15.3 A/21.4 A 30.5 A/ 30.5 A/30.5 A Spindle/axis 42.0 A/30.0 A 60.0 A/ 60.0 A/60.0 A 38.5 A/27.5 A 55.0 A/ 55.0 A/55.0 A 35.0 A/25.0 A 50.0 A/ 50.0 A/50.0 A 29.4 A/21.0 A 42.0 A/ 42.0 A/42.0 A 25.6 A/18.3 A 36.5 A/ 36.5 A/36.5 A 21.4 A/15.3 A 30.5 A/ 30.5 A/30.5 A

3 x 400 V ( 10%); 50 Hz to 60 Hz 22 kW 30 kW / 40 kW 930 W 650 V 250 mm 22.5 kg 536 565-01

KDR 120 EPCOS 35 A UP 110 ZKF 110 or ZKF 120 Recommended SM 110
4) 5) 6)

Power loss during idle running: approx. 10% of the power loss at rated current Only for direct drives if an additional UM 1xx D is used Only for synchronous or torque motors with eld weakening

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Modular Inverters Power Modules

Power modules

The power modules in the system are to be arranged so that the heavy modules are mounted at left and the light modules are at right. The total power of all connected motors must not exceed that of the power supply unit. The UM 1xx D modules feature electronic ID labels. This permits advanced diagnostic functions (see Diagnostic Functions).

Nonregenerative compact inverters

1-axis modules UM 111 D Axis UM 111 BD Axis 17.5 A 35.0 A 16.5 A 33.0 A 15.0 A 30.0 A 12.5 A 25.0 A 11.0 A 22.0 A 9.0 A 18.0 A Spindle 24.5 A 35.0 A 35.0 A 22.5 A 33.0 A 33.0 A 20.0 A 30.0 A 30.0 A 17.0 A 25.0 A 25.0 A 14.5 A 22.0 A 22.0 A 12.0 A 18.0 A 18.0 A UM 112 D Axis 29.5 A 59.0 A 27.5 A 55.0 A 25.0 A 50.0 A 21.0 A 42.0 A 18.5 A 37.0 A 15.5 A 31.0 A Spindle 40.0 A 59.0 A 59.0 A 37.0 A 55.0 A 59.0 A 34.0 A 50.0 A 50.0 A 28.5 A 42.0 A 42.0 A 25.0 A 37.0 A 37.0 A 21.0 A 31.0 A 31.0 A UM 113 D Axis 47.0 A 94.0 A 44.0 A 88.0 A 40.0 A 80.0 A 33.5 A 67.0 A 29.5 A 59.0 A 24.5 A 49.0 A Spindle 67.0 A 88.0 A 94.0 A 62.0 A 82.0 A 88.0 A 50.0 A 75.0 A 80.0 A 47.0 A 63.0 A 67.0 A 41.0 A 55.0 A 59.0 A 34.0 A 46.0 A UM 114 D Axis 70.0 A 140.0 A 66.0 A 132.0 A 60.0 A 120.0 A 55.0 A 110.0 A 44.0 A 88.0 A 37.0 A 73.0 A Spindle 108.0 A 125.0 A 140.0 A 99.0 A 116.0 A 132.0 A 90.0 A 105.0 A 120.0 A 76.0 A 88.0 A 110.0 A 66.0 A 77.0 A 88.0 A 55.0 A 64.0 A 73.0 A

Rated current IN IS6-40 %1) Maximal current Imax2) for PWM frequency

3 333 Hz

9.0 A 18.0 A 8.3 A 16.5 A 7.5 A 15.0 A 6.3 A 12.6 A 5.5 A 11.0 A 4.6 A 9.2 A 120 mA/60 mA 70 W 50 mm 5.5 kg 392 318-xx

4 000 Hz

5 000 Hz

6 666 Hz

8 000 Hz

10 000 Hz

Current consumption3) Power loss5) at IN (approx.) Module width Weight (approx.) ID


1) 2) 3)

150 mA/170 mA 120 W 50 mm 5.5 kg 513 035-xx 160 W

170 mA/170 mA 180 W 100 mm 9.0 kg 519 971-xx 270 W

170 mA/250 mA 280 W 100 mm 9.0 kg 518 703-xx 430 W

250 mA/420 mA 420 W 100 mm 12.0 kg 510 509-xx 650 W

Spindle: 40% cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 10 minutes (S6-40%) Axes: 0.2 s cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 10 s with 70% rated current preload Spindle: 10 s cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 60 s with 70% rated current preload For 15 V / 24 V (see limit values on page 21)

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Water cooling

Water-cooled inverter components are recommended for operating powerful axis and spindle motors. Despite their great power, they are compact and only emit a small amount of heat in the electrical cabinet. The water-cooled inverter components are to be connected separately via a distributor to a closed coolant loop. The initial temperature of the coolant/water should be between 20 C and 40 C. Successfully tested pressure hoses from HEIDENHAIN are available. For further information, refer to the Inverter Systems and Motors Technical Manual.

1-axis modules UM 115 D Axis 115.0 A 230.0 A 106.0 A 211.0 A 96.0 A 192.0 A 80.0 A 161.0 A 70.0 A 141.0 A 59.0 A 117.0 A Spindle 150.0 A 180.0 A 230.0 A 138.0 A 165.0 A 211.0 A 125.0 A 150.0 A 192.0 A 105.0 A 126.0 A 161.0 A 92.0 A 110.0 A 141.0 A 76.0 A 91.0 A 117.0 A UM 116 DW Axis 175.0 A 350.0 A 165.0 A 330.0 A 150.0 A 300.0 A 126.0 A 252.0 A 110.0 A 221.0 A 91.0 A 183.0 A Spindle 250.0 A 275.0 A 350.0 A 231.0 A 253.0 A 330.0 A 210.0 A 230.0 A 300.0 A 176.0 A 193.0 A 252.0 A 154.0 A 169.0 A 221.0 A 128.0 A 140.0 A 183.0 A

2-axis modules UM 121 D Axis 9.0 A 18.0 A 8.3 A 16.5 A 7.5 A 15.0 A 6.3 A 12.6 A 5.5 A 11.0 A 4.6 A 9.2 A 200 mA/110 mA 140 W 50 mm 5.5 kg 392 319-xx UM 121 BD5) Axis 17.5 A 35.0 A 16.5 A 33.0 A 15.0 A 30.0 A 12.5 A 25.0 A 11.0 A 22.0 A 9.0 A 18.0 A Spindle 24.5 A 35.0 A 35.0 A 22.5 A 33.0 A 33.0 A 20.0 A 30.0 A 30.0 A 17.0 A 25.0 A 25.0 A 14.5 A 22.0 A 22.0 A 12.0 A 18.0 A 18.0 A UM 122 D5) Axis 29.5 A 59.0 A 27.5 A 55.0 A 25.0 A 50.0 A 21.0 A 42.0 A 18.5 A 37.0 A 15.5 A 31.0 A Spindle 40.0 A 59.0 A 59.0 A 37.0 A 55.0 A 59.0 A 34.0 A 50.0 A 50.0 A 28.5 A 42.0 A 42.0 A 25.0 A 37.0 A 37.0 A 21.0 A 31.0 A 31.0 A

270 mA/460 mA 610 W 150 mm 19.0 kg 387 852-xx


4) 5) 6)

520 mA/200 mA 1115 W6) 200 mm 24.0 kg 369 629-xx 1 560 W6)

250 mA/170 mA 2x axes: 240 W 1x axis / 1x spindle: 280 W 100 mm 9 kg 513 037-xx

290 mA/330 mA 2x axes: 360 W 1x axis / 1x spindle: 450 W 100 mm 12.0 kg 519 972-xx

870 W

Power loss during idle running: approx. 10% of the power loss at rated current With this 2-axis module, only the lower power stage can be used for controlling the spindle Is dissipated via water cooling, remaining heat in electrical cabinet: approx. 50 W

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Modular Inverters Power Supply Unit

Power supply unit

Nonregenerative UV 130 D

Regenerative UVR 120 D UVR 130 D UVR 140 D

Power supply Rated power (DC link) Peak power (DC link) S6-40%

3 x 400 V ( 10%); 50 to 60 Hz 30 kW 40 kW 50 kW 140 W 565 V 240 mA/410 mA 150 mm 9.8 kg 389 311-xx
1)

22 kW 30 kW 40 kW2) 300 W 650 V 270 mA/310 mA 150 mm 12 kg 390 188-xx

30 kW 45 kW 60 kW1) 370 W 650 V 270 mA/310 mA 150 mm 12.5 kg 377 639-xx

45 kW 65 kW 80 kW2) 570 W 650 V 380 mA/310 mA 200 mm 20.0 kg 390 281-xx

Power loss (approx.) DC-link voltage Current consumption 15 V / 24 V Module width Weight (approx.) ID

Additional components for power supply unit (see Accessories for Inverters) Commutating reactor Line lter Braking resistor DC-link lter
3)

PW 210

KDR 120 EPCOS 35 A UP 110 ZKF 110 or ZKF 120 or ZKF 130 Recommended SM 1xx

KDR 130 C EPCOS 80 A UP 110 ZKF 110 or ZKF 120 or ZKF 130 SM 1xx

KDR 140 EPCOS 80 A UP 110 ZKF 110 or ZKF 120 or ZKF 130 SM 1xx

Three-phase current capacitor

Voltage protection module4) SM 1xx


1) 2) 3) 4) 5)

0.2 s cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 5 seconds 4 s cyclic duration factor for duty cycle time of 20 seconds Only for direct drives Only for synchronous or torque motors with eld weakening Is dissipated via water cooling, remaining heat in electrical cabinet: approx. 100 W

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Regenerative UVR 150 D UVR 160 D UVR 160 DW

3 x 400 V ( 10%); 50 to 60 Hz 55 kW 80 kW 110 kW1) 640 W 650 V 350 mA/540 mA 200 mm 20.0 kg 390 421-xx 80 kW 110 kW 160 kW1) 930 W 650 V 400 mA/1.2 A 250 mm 25.0 kg 530 341-xx 80 kW 110 kW 160 kW1) 930 W5) 650 V 400 mA/200 mA 200 mm 20.0 kg 560 106-xx

KDR 150 EPCOS 80 A UP 110 ZKF 110 or ZKF 120 or ZKF 130 SM 1xx

KDR 160 EPCOS 120 A UP 110 ZKF 110 or ZKF 120 or ZKF 130 SM 1xx

KDR 160 EPCOS 120 A UP 110 ZKF 110 or ZKF 120 or ZKF 130 SM 1xx

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Accessories for Inverter Systems

Commutating reactor

Regenerative inverter systems require a KDR commutating reactor. It suppresses system perturbation and serves as energy buffer for the boost converter. It is connected between the line lter and the power supply unit (see Cable Overview). The size of the commutating reactor depends on the power supply unit used.

Application KDR 120 KDR 130 C KDR 140 KDR 150 KDR 160 UR 2xx D UVR 120 D UVR 130 D UVR 140D UVR 150 D UVR 160 D UVR 160 DW

Rated voltage 3 x 400 V 3 x 400 V 3 x 400 V 3 x 400 V 3 x 400 V

Rated current 3 x 35 A 3 x 45 A 3 x 70 A 3 x 80 A 3 x 117 A

Power loss (approx.) 200 W 250 W 340 W 350 W 525 W

Rated frequency 50 / 60 Hz 50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz

Degree of Weight protection (approx.) IP 00 IP 00 IP 00 IP 00 IP 00 11 kg 15 kg 22 kg 23 kg 57 kg

ID 344 505-01 646 271-01 333 068-01 355 253-01 573 265-01

Line lter

Regenerative inverter systems, in addition to the commutating reactor, also require an EPCOS line lter. Line lters suppress interference and ensure EMC-compatible energy recovery. The line lter is connected between the line power and the commutating reactor (see Cable Overviews). The size of the line lter depends on the supply module.

Application EPCOS 35 A EPCOS 80 A


1)

Rated voltage 3 x 400 V 3 x 480 V

Rated current 3 x 35 A 3 x 80 A

Power loss (approx.) 50 W 75 W

Rated frequency 50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz

Degree of Weight protection (approx.) IP 00 IP 00 5 kg 11 kg

ID 340 691-01 640 908-01

UR 2xx D UVR 120 D UVR 130 D UVR 140 D UVR 150 D UVR 160 D UVR 160 DW

EPCOS 120 A
1)

1)

3 x 400 V

3 x 120 A

115 W

50/60 Hz

IP 20

13.5 kg

575 292-01

Integrated 3 x 32 F three-phase current capacitor

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Three-phase current capacitor

Three-phase current capacitors are recommended as standard for regenerative inverter systems. The three-phase current capacitor suppresses low-frequency noise during the recovery of energy into the supply system. It is connected between the line lter and the commutating reactor (see Cable Overview).

Application Three-phase current capacitor

Mesh voltage

Capacity 3 x 32 F

Degree of protection IP 00

Weight (approx.) 1.3 kg

ID 348 993-01

Recommended 525 V as standard

Braking resistor

During braking, motors feed energy back into the dc-link. The PW 210 braking resistor converts this energy to heat. The braking resistor must be mounted outside the electrical cabinet to allow the heat to dissipate. The PW 210 has no fan, and heat is removed through radiation. If the nonregenerative inverter systems UE 240 B, UE 241 B, UE 242 B and UV 130 D are installed, the PW 210 braking resistor is required. The PW 210 can also be used as an alternative to the integrated braking resistor in the UE 21x D.

PW 210

Spindle power PW 210 Up to 15 kW Over 15 kW

Recommended Continuous Peak Resistance braking resistance rating power* 1 x PW 210 2 x PW 210 in parallel 2 kW 4 kW 27 kW 54 kW 18 ohms 9 ohms

Degree of Weight protection (approx.) IP 20 IP 20 5.5 kg 11 kg

ID 333 081-01

* 1.5 % cyclic duration factor for 120 s duty cycle time

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Accessories for Inverter Systems

Braking resistormodule

Regenerative inverters feed the braking energy back into the line power system. When network power fails, the energy cannot be returned. This increases the dc-link voltage and results in a switchoff of the inverters. This shutdown leads to an undesired coasting of the motors. To prevent this, HEIDENHAIN recommends the use of the UP 1x0 braking resistor module for regenerative inverters.

UP 110

Switching voltage UP 110 UP 120 740 V 740 V

Module width 50 mm 50 mm

Peak power (for 2 s) 60 kW 150 kW

Degree of protection IP 20 IP 20

Weight (approx.) 7 kg 9 kg

ID 341 516-01 605 731-01

DC-link lter

When direct drives (linear motors, torque motors, and in rare cases also synchronous motors) are operated with regenerative inverters, it causes voltage peaks that can destroy the direct drives. Therefore, during operation with UVR 1xx D and UR 2xx regenerative inverters, the dc-link lter ZKF 1xx must be used. The dc-link lter is mounted at left next to the power modules of the direct drives, and the dc-link current is onducted through it. The total power of the direct drives must not exceed the power of the lter. Please note: The ZKF 110 differs from the ZKF 120 only in its maximum discharge current. The use of the ZKF 110 must be inspected by a HEIDENHAIN service technician on-site to ensure that the discharge current is less than 1.3 A. With the ZKF 120, ZKF 130 or ZKF 140, this measurement is not necessary because a discharge current of 6 A is sufcient.

ZKF 110

Power loss

Module width

Leakage Power current PN PS6-40% PS6-20% Pmax 47 kW 47 kW 80 kW 110 kW 67 kW 67 kW 110 kW 110 kW

Degree of protection

Weight (approx.)

ID

ZKF 110 ZKF 120 ZKF 130 ZKF 140

50 W 100 W 200 W 200 W

100 mm 100 mm 100 mm 100 mm

< 1.3 A <6A <6A <6A

30 kW 30 kW 55 kW 80 kW

IP 20 IP 20 IP 20

10 kg 12 kg 13 kg 15 kg

385 764-01 391 232-01 531 388-01 597 954-01

100 kW 110 kW

140 kW 160 kW IP 20

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Voltage protection module

If synchronous motors (e.g. synchronous spindles, torque motors) are operated with eld weakening, an SM 1xx voltage protection module is required. In the event of a power failure, this module prevents a voltage increase at the power connections of the motors that could destroy the inverters and motor. The voltage protection module is connected between the motor and inverter. It shorts the motor phases in case of a fault. Operation in the eld weakening range must be enabled by machine parameters in the control (see the iTNC 530 Technical Manual). The maximum phase current Imax of the SM must be greater than the short-circuit current IK of the motor. IK = U0/(3 x XH) The SM 130 lters out high interference peaks, such as may rarely occur during the operation of synchronous spindles. If correctly wired, an integrated temperature switch prevents the drive from being switched on at temperatures above 60 C.

SM 110

Switching voltage SM 110 SM 130


1)

Max. phase current Imax 3 x 63 A 3 x 300 A

Max. braking Min. wait time at Imax time 10 s 10 s 5 min. 10 min.


1)

Degree of protection IP 20 IP 20

Weight (approx.) 2 kg 6.5 kg

ID 368 453-01 540 739-02

830 V 830 V

Integrated temperature switch

Accessory for coolant connection Hose (set)

The water-cooled inverter components UVR 160 DW and UM 116 DW must be connected to an external coolant loop. The connecting elements can be purchased as an accessory set. 1 pressure hose, length 3 m 1 coupling joint for connecting the pressure hose to the distributor block ID 584 862-01 Two sets are necessary for each inverter component.

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Accessories for Inverter Systems

Capacitor modules

In case of a power failure, the danger exists that the tool and workpiece can be damaged by uncontrolled motions of the axes. The LIFTOFF function of the iTNC 530 is able to protect expensive workpieces and tools from being damaged. In case of a power failure, and if the LIFTOFF function is active, the iTNC 530 attempts to retract the tool in a dened manner using the energy remaining in the dc-link. The capacitor modules provide support for the energy necessary for the LIFTOFF function. They can also be connected in parallel for increased energy demands.

The CML 110 capacitor module serves to maintain the 24-V control voltage in case of a power failure. In this case the enablings of the control system are maintained even after a power failure. The CML is attached in the electrical cabinet via a top hat rail.

CML 110

Power supply CML 110 24 V

Capacity 5.0 F

Charging current 2.4 A

ID 574 087-01

For direct drives, the CMH 120 capacitor module is also necessary in order to maintain the dc-link voltage. The CMH 120 is mounted directly before the respective inverter module.

DC-link voltage CMH 120 850 V

Capacity 10.0 F

Module width 50 mm

ID 591 116-01

CMH 120

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Axis-release module The axis-release module makes it possible to switch off power modules group by group. It is screwed onto the front panel of a power module. The axisrelease signal is transmitted via a line in the unit bus from power module to power module. This line is interrupted through the axisrelease module so that all the power modules connected to the axis-release module are switched off. All other power modules are switched off via X72 of the UV(R) 1x0 (D). If an axis-release module is used, two unit bus cables of the appropriate lengths are necessary. The width of the covers for the ribbon cables for the modular inverter system is reduced by the width of the axis-release module (50 mm). Suitable covers are included with the modular inverter system. ID 573 732-02

Axis-release module
UV / UVR / UR power supply unit

UM

UM

UM

UM

UM

UP 110

CC / MC

UZ

UZ

UZ

UZ

X72

X79

X79

X79

X79

X79

X79

X71 U V W PE

X72 U V W PE U V W PE U V W PE PE U V W PE PE U V W U V W PE

SPINDLE

AXIS GROUP 1

AXIS GROUP 2

Safety controller release AXIS GROUP 1 Safety controller release SPINDLE

Safety controller release AXIS GROUP 2

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Additional Power Supply for UE 2xx B

The power for the main computer, controller unit and the connected encoders is usually supplied by the compact inverter or the power supply unit of the modular inverters. If several encoders with high current consumption (e.g. encoders with EnDat interface) or the MC 422 B with two processors is connected to the UE 2xx B, an additional power supply may be required. HEIDENHAIN offers the UV 105 power supply unit for this purpose. Power supply unit If required, the UV 105 power supply unit supplies the power for the MC and CC. The UV 105 is connected to the CC 42x over a ribbon cable and a 5-V terminal. The UV 105 is shipped with a cover for the cables.

UV 105

Power supply UV 105 400 V 10%

Load capacity Module width Weight 20 A 50 mm 4 kg

ID 344 980-xx

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To determine whether an additional UV 105 power supply unit is required, one calculates the current consumption of the connected units and the control components used.

Device UE 21x D UE 2xx B UE 11x UV 105, UVR 1xx D, UR 2xx D Device MC 420 MC 422 C with position inputs MC 422 C without position inputs MC 422 B with Windows, with position inputs MC 422 B with Windows, without position inputs External USB components CC 422 / 6 control loops CC 424 B / 6 control loops LS, LB ERN, ROD, RON Absolute rotary encoders Absolute angle encoders LC
1) 2)

Load capacity 16.00 A 8.50 A 10.00 A 20.00 A Current consumption 4.80 A 5.20 A 4.70 A 7.80 A 7.30 A Max. 2 x 0.5 A1) 1.50 A 2.50 A 0.15 A 0.20 A 0.25 A (+0.085 A with line drop compensator)2) 0.35 A (+0.085 A with line drop compensator)2) 0.30 A (+0.085 A with line drop compensator)2)

For applications requiring more current, a separate power supply is needed, e.g. over the USB hub (see Data Interfaces). For cable lengths > 10 m between the iTNC 530 and each of the encoders with EnDat interface, a line drop compensator is required (efciency = 75 %).

Calculation example

Device MC 422 C with position inputs CC 422 / 6 control loops 3 x LS for X, Y, Z 3 x ERN for X, Y, Z 1 x ERN for spindle 2 x ROD for B, C 2 x ERN for B, C Total A UV 105 is required for UE 2xx B.

Current consumption 5.20 A 1.50 A 0.45 A 0.60 A 0.20 A 0.40 A 0.40 A 8.75 A > 8.50 A

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Ribbon Cables and Covers

Conductor bar Unit bus Covers

Power supply

Covers for the ribbon cables

The ribbon cables must be covered to protect them against interference. The UV(R) power supply unit is shipped with a cover (329 031-03) to protect the following modules. UV(R) 1x0 UM 115 D or One UM 1xx D with 100 mm width and one UM 1xx D with 50 mm width The cover for the CC 42x is shipped with the CC 42x. If you use further power modules and the UP 110 resistor module, you need to order suitable covers separately. Width ID (1 unit) 329 031-05 329 031-10 329 031-15 329 031-20 ID (5 units in one package) 538 427-05 538 427-10 538 427-15 538 427-20

50 mm 100 mm 150 mm 200 mm

Selecting the covers

Add the widths of all modules between UV(R) 1x0 D and CC 42x (including UP 110) Subtract 150 mm from this total width (cover included with the UV(R) 1x0) Select the appropriate covers from the table to protect the remaining width. If the axis-release module is used, the width is reduced by 50 mm

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50-pin ribbon cable for supply voltage

Connection between the CC 42x and UV(R) 1xx power supply for power supply unit (required only once). Length 300 mm 400 mm 500 mm 600 mm* 700 mm* 800 mm* ID 325 816-01 325 816-02 325 816-03 325 816-04 325 816-05 325 816-06

* For transmission lengths greater than 600 mm, the ribbon cable is led doubled to the controller unit to increase the cross section. The use of a 5-V litz wire (2 x 4 mm2), in addition to the ribbon cable, is required for reliable power supply. The litz wire must be provided by the customer. Selecting a cable length UVR: Add 70 mm to the width of all modules between the UVR 1xx D and CC and select the next larger cable length. UV 130 D: Add 130 mm to the width of all modules between the UV 130 D and CC and select the next larger cable length. Module UM 111 D, UM 121 D Width 50 mm

UM 112 D, UM 122 D 100 mm UM 111 BD, UM 121 BD UM 113 D, UM 114 D UM 115 D UP 110 UV 105 150 mm 50 mm 50 mm

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40-pin ribbon cable for unit bus

Connection between the UV 1x0 power supply unit and the UM 1xx power modules and, if needed, the UP 110 braking resistor module (required only once). Length 300 mm 400 mm 500 mm 600 mm 700 mm ID 325 817-01 325 817-02 325 817-03 325 817-04 325 817-05

Selecting a cable length

UVR: Add the width of all modules between the UVR 1xx D and the controller unit (including the UP 110) and choose the next larger cable length from the above table. UV 130 D: Add 80 mm to the width of all modules between the UV 130 D and CC and select the next larger cable length. Axis-release module: Two unit bus cables are required. The lengths depend on the position of the axis-release module.

20-pin ribbon cable for PWM signals

Connection between the controller unit and the UM 1xx D power module (one cable per drive). Length 100 mm 200 mm 300 mm 400 mm 500 mm 600 mm 700 mm ID 250 479-07 250 479-08 250 479-09 250 479-10 250 479-11 250 479-12 250 479-13

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Selecting a cable length

See the table for distance a of the PWM input on the power module. Add the widths b of all modules between the respective power module and the controller unit (including UP 110 and ZFK) Add the distance cn of the PWM output on the controller unit to your result (see table). Select the next-larger cable length from the above table. Power module UM 111 BD, UM 111 D, UM 121 D UM 121 BD UM 112 D, UM 113 D, UM 114 D, UM 122 D UM 115 D Distance a Approx. 40 mm Approx. 85 mm Approx. 90 mm Approx. 140 mm Module width b 50 mm 100 mm 100 mm 150 mm

Distance cn

CC 422

Distance in mm c2 c3 c1 25 37 37 37 50 50 50

c4 64 64

c5 73 73

c6 85 PWM

Max. 6 control loops

CC 42x

Max. 10 control loops 25 Max. 12 control loops 25

CC 424 B

Distance in mm c1 c2 c3 c4 23 23 39 39 39 39 39 56 56 56 56 56 73 73 73

c5 90 90 90

c6 108 108

c7 125 125

Max. 6 control loops Max. 8 control loops

Max. 10 control loops 23 Max. 12 control loops 23 Max. 14 control loops 23

c1 c2 c3 c4 c5 c6 c7

Example

Calculating the distance l between the connectors on the UM 115 D and the controller unit: l = a + b1 + b2 + b3 + b4 + c3 = (140 + 100 + 100 + 50 + 50 + 56) mm = 496 mm A 500 mm cable (the next larger length) is used to connect the PWM.

a b b b b

c3

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Double-row conguration

The HEIDENHAIN installation kit allows you to congure the power modules connected to the iTNC 530 in a second row. This requires that the iTNC 530 be powered over a UV 105.

UV(R) 1xx D

UM

UM

UM

UP

Conductor bar Unit bus


PWM

PWM

Covers

Power supply

CC 42x

MC 422 B

Housing

Covers

PWM

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The following components are required additionally for the double-row conguration: Installation kit (housing, cover, neutral bar, screw, ribbon cable adapter for supply voltage) ID 361 452-01 PWM cable (round), l = max. 5 m ID 360 888-xx Cable for supply voltage (round), l = max. 5 m ID 361 508-xx Max. voltage drop on the leads of the 5-V supply voltage: 0.1 V. Leads are provided by customer.

3 Vac power supply KDR 120

Compact inverter (nonregenerative) UR 2xx UM 111


(if needed)

Compact inverter (regenerative) CC 42x

UM 111 UV 105

CC 42x

UE 2xx B UE 21x D
250 479-07...-16 X51 ... X62 250 479-07...-16 X79 Line filter EPCOS 35 A X69 325 816-xx X69 325 817-xx

(if needed) (if needed)

PW 210
X51 ... X62 Three-phase ac capacitor 348 993-01

250 479-07...-16

250 479-07...-16

Cable Overviews Inverters

X79

325 817-xx

X69

325 816-xx

X69

15m 3 Vac power supply

15m

See Motors catalog for power cable to motor

See Motors catalog for power cable to motor

Modular inverter (nonregenerative)


3-phase~ power

Modular inverter (regenerative) UVR UM 1xx UM 1xx ZKF 1xx UM 1xx UP 110 1xx D (if needed) CC 42x

UV UM 1xx UM 1xx UM 1xx CC 42x 130 D


Line filter EPCOS xx

PW 210

250 479-07...-16

250 479-07 ... -16 X51 ... X62

X51 ... X62

250 479-07...-16

250 479-07 ... -16 X79 X69


325 817-xx 325 816-xx X69

X79 Three-phase ac capacitor 348 993-01 (if needed)

325 817-xx

X69

325 816-xx

X69

3 Vac power supply

15m

KDR 1xx

15m

See Motors catalog for power cable to motor

See Motors catalog for power cable to motor

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Dimensions UE 1xx Series


Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

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UE 21x D Series UE 2xx B

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

420 300+1

UR 2xx D Series

280.5

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

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UM 111 D, UM 111 BD, UM 121 D

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

UM 112 D, UM 113 D, UM 114 D, UM 121 BD, UM 122 D

300+1

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

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UM 115 D

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

1000.2 149+1

UM 116 DW

93 54.8 90

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

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UV 130 D

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

132 82

UV 105

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

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UVR 120 D, UVR 130 D

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

UVR 140 D, UVR 150 D

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

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UVR 160 D
24.75 2000.2 249.5

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

UVR 160 DW
24.75 1500.2 300 280.5

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

51 199.5

133.8

50

36

SM 110

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm


28.5

37 233

290 307

266

1.5

107.7

103

100

M5 40

SM 130

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

Terminal for temperature switch

136.5 254 7 2400.2 12 118

1360.2

102

149.5

M8

M8 91.25

5.5 (4x)

6.75

36

36

37

Three-Phase Current Capacitor

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm


220 121.61.5 16+1 140 min.

116.20.6

16.80.5

19.60.5

M12

50.5 1642 204 max. 226

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125.6

ZKF 110

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

ZKF 120 ZKF 130 ZKF 140

24.75

500.2 5.5 12 7

300+1 280.5 30 456+5

480

30

420

5.5 99.5+0.5

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

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KDR 120

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

KDR 130 C

271 A

A 3

190 226 10.5

80

67

90

74

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

1120.2

40

KDR 140

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

KDR 150

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

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KDR 160

U1 365 U2 21510

V1 V2

W1 W2 4

326

16010

365 30 120 120

11(6x) 143 103

300

25

10

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

M6

42

EPCOS 35 A

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

EPCOS 80 A

116.5

10.1

20 25

290 2800.3 261 Line Load

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm


25 20

500.2

63010

33010

25

14

M5

220.5

43

EPCOS 120 A
516 430

M8

54

38

1.5

26 26

70.5

120

15 445 465

110

100

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

UP 110 UP 120

Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

44

300+1

6.5

125

226

PW 210
Dimensions in mm Tolerancing ISO 8015 ISO 2768 - m H < 6 mm: 0.2 mm

= Cutout in machine panel = Mounting surface

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Other HEIDENHAIN Components

The following components can be combined with the inverters from HEIDENHAIN: iTNC 530 contouring control Information: iTNC 530 brochure Contouring control for milling, drilling and boring machines, and machining centers Max. 11 closed-loop axes and servo-controlled spindle For digital drive control with HEIDENHAIN inverter systems Flat-panel color display (15-inch) Keyboard unit with alphanumeric keys Program memory on integrated hard disk Program input with smarT.NC in HEIDENHAIN conversational format or according to ISO DXF le import External programming on CAD/CAM systems or programming stations FK free contour programming User aids: Programming graphics, verication graphics, program-run graphics Programming aids: Milling, drilling and boring cycles, parametric programming, coordinate transformation, subprogramming Five-axis machining with TCPM and 3-D tool compensation Tilted working plane with PLANE function and machining with a rotary table HSC machining Collision monitoring (optional) Tool, datum, preset and pallet tables Connection of HR electronic handwheels, TS workpiece touch probes and TT tool touch probes Data interfaces: Ethernet (100BaseT), RS-232-C/V.24, RS-422/V.11, USB 1.1

MANUALplus 4110 contouring control for lathes Information: MANUALplus 4110 brochure

Simple CNC control for manually operated lathes 2 closed-loop axes and closed-loop spindle Digital drive control 10.4-inch color screen Machining via handwheels or MANUALplus 4110 cycles Programming through sequential cycle input, program run in single-block or full-sequence mode Graphic simulation of machining, interactive graphically supported contour programming Insertion and execution of ISO programs NC program memory: Hard disk Data interfaces: Ethernet (100BaseT), RS-232-C/V.24, RS-422/V.11, USB 1.1

Motors Information: HEIDENHAIN Motors brochure

Synchronous motors Stall torque of 1.5 Nm to 62.5 Nm Axis height from 48 mm to 85 mm With or without brake Integrated HEIDENHAIN rotary encoders (incremental or absolute) Asynchronous motors Rated power from 5.5 kW to 40 kW Axis height from 100 mm to 160 mm Versions with hollow shaft Integrated HEIDENHAIN rotary encoders (incremental)

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Subject Index

A
Axis-release module .................................21

S
SM 110 ................................................19, 37 SM 130................................................19, 37

B
Braking resistor .........................................17 Braking resistor module ...........................18

T
Three-phase current capacitor.............17 38 ,

C
Capacitor modules ....................................20 CMH 120...................................................20 CML 110 ....................................................20 Commutating reactor ...............................16 Compact inverters ..................................4, 7 Coolant connection ...................................19 Covers for the ribbon cables ....................24

U
UE 110 .........................................................7 UE 112 .........................................................7 UE 1xx.......................................................30 UE 210 D .....................................................8 UE 211 D......................................................8 UE 212 D .....................................................8 UE 230 B .....................................................8 UE 240 B .....................................................8 UE 242 B .....................................................8 UE 2xx B ....................................................31 UM 111 BD ..........................................12, 32 UM 111 D .............................................12, 32 UM 112 D.............................................12, 32 UM 113 D.............................................12, 32 UM 114 D.............................................12, 32 UM 115 D.............................................12, 33 UM 116 DW .........................................12, 33 UM 121 BD..........................................12, 32 UM 121 D ............................................12, 32 UM 122 D ............................................12, 32 UP 110 .................................................18, 44 UP 120 ................................................18, 44 UR 230 D ...................................................10 UR 240 D ...................................................10 UR 242 D ...................................................10 UR 2xx D ...................................................31 UV 105................................................ 22, 34 UV 130 D .............................................14, 34 UVR 120 D ...........................................14, 35 UVR 130 D ...........................................14, 35 UVR 140 D ...........................................14, 35 UVR 150 D ...........................................14, 35 UVR 160 D ...........................................14, 36 UVR 160 DW .......................................14, 36

D
DC-link lter ..............................................18 DC-link voltage ............................................4 Double-row conguration .........................28

E
EPCOS 120 A ......................................16, 44 EPCOS 35 A ........................................16, 43 EPCOS 80 A ........................................16, 43

K
KDR 120 ..............................................16, 40 KDR 130 C ...........................................16, 40 KDR 140 ..............................................16, 41 KDR 150 ..............................................16, 41 KDR 160 ..............................................16, 42

L
Line lter ...................................................16

M
Modular inverters..................................5, 12

N
Nonregenerative compact inverters...........7 Nonregenerative inverters ..........................4

V
Voltage protection module .......................19

P
Power modules .........................................12 Power supply unit .....................................14 PW 210.................................................17 45 ,

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