Drive system for extra low voltage
SIMATIC MICRO-DRIVE is the new drive system in the safety extra-low voltage range from 24 V to 48 V. Composed of the SIMATIC MICRO-DRIVE and flexibly usable motors and connecting cables of selected product partners, expands the SIEMENS product portfolio for extra low voltage. Compatible controllers from the SIMATIC portfolios optimally complement the motion control functionalities of this future-proof solution.
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SIMATIC MICRO-DRIVE PDCSIMATIC MICRO-DRIVE PDC (ProfiDrive-Control) standalone servo drive system is versatile, seamless, and safe for applications in the extra-low voltage range from 24 V to 48 V. It covers a wide range of applications, including precise positioning, shuttles for storage and retrieval machines and storage systems, automated guided vehicles (AGVs), and medical technology.
SIMATIC MICRO-DRIVE PDC variants:
Frame size: 50 mm
Power: 100 W
Frame size: 90 mm
Power: 600 W
Frame size: 90 mm
Power: 1000 W
PDCxxx: Standard with hardwired STO
PDCxxxF: Safety Integrated-functions via PROFIsafe
Strengths at a glance
Part 1: Easy Configuration and Ordering
Easy dimensioning according to a defined mechanical load with TIA Selection Tool and ordering all selected components via Industry Mall.
Part 2: Basic Commissioning
Hardware configuration on TIA Portal, fine tuning with automatic tuning function and operation of the motor via Drive control panel.
Part 3: Positioning with the Technology Object
Commissioning with TO_PositioningAxis on TIA Portal and operation of the motor via Axis control panel.
Part 4: Project Planning of the "SINA_SPEED" Function Block
Configuration and commissioning of the Sina_Speed function and operation of the motor via PDC digital inputs.
Part 5: Commissioning of the safety functions
Configuration, commissioning and testing the safety functions STO and SLT extended function. Activation of the STO function via external hardware using PROFIsafe communication and a safety program on TIA Portal.
SIMATIC MICRO-DRIVE TM DrivesThe TM Drives is a technology module for the SIMATIC ET 200SP. It can be controlled from a SIMATIC S7-1500 / 1200 via technology objects (TO). In distributed system concepts, the TM Drives can be used in conjunction with a Distributed Controller or the SIMATIC ET 200SP Open Controller.
Strengths at a glance
Part 1: Starter-Kit
Unboxing F-TM Starter-Kit and IP configuration on TIA Portal
Part 2: Commissioning the motor of the Starter-Kit
Hardware configuration and commissioning with TO_SpeedAxis on TIA Portal. Fine tuning by using integrated trace function.
Part 3: Commissioning of a third-party motor
Third-party motor configuration and commissioning with TO_SpeedAxis on TIA Portal. Fine tuning by using integrated trace function.
The SIMATIC MICRO-DRIVE drive system can be combined with motors and connecting cables of selected partnersIn order to meet as many customer requirements as possible in the field of drive technology, Siemens relies on the individual and complementary products of selected partners for the motors and connecting cables of this drive system. As a result, an optimal combination of the best products from SIEMENS and our partners in the Siemens Product Partner Program is available to our customers.
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