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SEW Encoder Systems
Manual

Edition 07/99

18/005/98

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Unit Designation

Encoder type

Specification

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A C R S T Y 6 1 2 Design as mounting device V = 24 VDC, HTL with zero track and negated signals V = 24 VDC, TTL RS-422 V = 24 VDC, sin/cos 1 VSS V = 5 VDC, TTL RS-422 SSI interface Number of pulses per revolution (proximity sensor)

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Incremental encoder (encoder) Absolute encoder Proximity sensor Non-SEW encoder
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1 2 System Description .....................................................................................4 1.1 System overview.............................................................................................................. 4 Technical Data ..........................................................................................7 2.1 Technical description .......................................................................................................7 2.1.1 Incremental encoders with TTL and HTL signals ................................................... 7 2.1.2 Incremental encoders with high-resolution sin/cos signals................................... 9 2.1.3 Absolute encoders with MSSI interface ............................................................... 10 2.1.4 Resolver .............................................................................................................. 12 2.1.5 Proximity sensors................................................................................................ 13 2.2 Incremental encoders .................................................................................................... 14 2.2.1 Incremental encoders with spread shaft.............................................................. 14 2.2.2 Incremental encoders with solid shaft ................................................................. 15 2.3 Absolute encoder ........................................................................................................... 16 2.4 Resolver......................................................................................................................... 17 2.5 Proximity sensors.......................................................................................................... 18 2.6 Mounting devices .......................................................................................................... 19 Installation............................................................................................. 20 3.1 General information ....................................................................................................... 20 3.2 Incremental encoders .................................................................................................... 21 3.2.1 Encoders for MOVITRAC® 31C frequency inverters............................................ 21 3.2.2 Encoders for MOVIDRIVE® MDV60A drive inverters ......................................... 22 3.3 AV1Y absolute encoder.................................................................................................. 24 3.3.1 Absolute encoder with MOVIDYN® MAS/MKS51A servo controller.................. 24 3.3.2 Connection of absolute encoder to MOVIDRIVE® MDS60A drive inverter ........ 25 3.3.3 Absolute encoder with MOVIDRIVE® MDV60A drive inverter ............................ 25 3.4 Resolver......................................................................................................................... 26 3.4.1 Resolver with MOVIDYN® MAS/MKS51A servo controller .............................. 26 3.4.2 Resolver with MOVIDRIVE® MDS60A drive inverter......................................... 27 3.5 Proximity sensors.......................................................................................................... 28 3.6 Extended motor versions with encoder and mounting devices ...................................... 29 3.6.1 Incremental encoders ES1_/ES2_/EV1_ .............................................................. 29 3.6.2 Encoder mounting devices ES1A/ES2A/EV1A...................................................... 31 3.6.3 Absolute encoder AV1Y ....................................................................................... 34 3.6.4 Encoder mounting devices AV1A......................................................................... 36 3.7 Pre-fabricated cables ..................................................................................................... 37

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System overview

Encoder systems for asynchronous AC motors

Encoder systems for synchronous motors

Encoders

Absolute encoders and resolvers

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Fig. 2: System overview, SEW drive electronics and encoder systems

Electronically controlled drive systems require actual value sensing and speed feedback; drives with synchronous motors also require the angle of the rotor position. As a systems supplier, SEW offers a comprehensive range of encoder systems. Various mounting devices are available to connect non-SEW encoders to SEW motors. Proximity sensors represent an inexpensive and easy-to-fit solution, if all that is required is the information about whether or not the drive is turning and in which direction.

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System Description SEW encoder systems for asynchronous AC motors: • Incremental encoders .with asynchronous AC motors → encoder with TTL signals and 1024 increments/revolution .for 24 VDC supply voltage and with 5 V TTL signal level according to RS-422 • Absolute encoder .with six pulses per revolution .for 5 VDC supply voltage and with 5 V TTL signal level according to RS-422 recommended for operation with the MOVITRAC® 31C frequency inverter .for 24 VDC supply voltage and with high-resolution sinusoidal signal level recommended for operation with the MOVIDRIVE® drive inverter .for 24 VDC supply voltage and with 24V HTL signal level • Absolute encoder .for 24 VDC supply voltage and with high-resolution sinusoidal signal level standard feature in CT/CV motors .with asynchronous AC motors → encoder with high-resolution sinusoidal signal levels .with asynchronous servomotors → encoder with high-resolution sinusoidal signal levels 1 SEW encoder systems 5 .for 24 VDC supply voltage and with MSSI interface and two sinusoidal tracks • Proximity sensors .for 15 VDC supply voltage and with MSSI interface .with synchronous motors → built-in resolver • Setting range up to 1:5000 .for 24 VDC supply voltage and with MSSI interface and two sinusoidal tracks SEW encoder systems for synchronous servomotors: • Resolver standard with synchronous servomotors for speed control • Absolute encoder 15/24 VDC supply voltage with MSSI interface Encoder selection based on setting range: • Setting range up to 1:3000 .mounting of full shaft with coupling SEW encoder systems for asynchronous servomotors: • Incremental encoders .for 24 VDC supply voltage and with 5 V TTL signal level according to RS-422 .with A track or A+B track • Mounting devices for non-SEW encoders .mounting of spread shaft .

.112 DT/DV71... NO contact MSSI interface and 1 VSS sin/cos - AV1Y DS56 DY71...1 System Description All encoder systems at a glance: Name ES1T* ES1S** ES1C ES1R ES2T* ES2S** ES2C ES2R EV1T* EV1S** EV1C EV1R NV16 NV26 DT/DV 71...180 DT/DV71.112 Absolute encoder CT/CV71....100 Spread shaft For SEW motor Type of encoder size Shaft Specification Supply Signal 5 VDC controlled 5 VDC TTL RS-422 1 VSS sin/cos 24 VDC 24 VDC HTL 5 VDC TTL RS-422 5 VDC controlled 5 VDC TTL RS-422 1 VSS sin/cos 24 VDC 24 VDC HTL 5 VDC TTL RS-422 5 VDC controlled 5 VDC TTL RS-422 1 VSS sin/cos 24 VDC HTL 5 VDC TTL RS-422 6 pulses/revolution...225 DS56. DY71...225 Non-SEW encoder Shaft Spread shaft Solid shaft Solid shaft Solid shaft Configured as mounting device Specification Supply Signal 6 SEW encoder systems .225 24 VDC CV/DV 112........132S DT/DV71.132S Proximity sensor Solid shaft A track A+B track 24 VDC CT/CV71..132S Encoder CT/DT 71...180 Solid shaft DT/DV71.225 Solid shaft - 15/24 VDC * recommended encoder for operation with MOVITRAC® 31C ** recommended encoder for operation with MOVIDRIVE® Mounting devices for non-SEW encoders Name ES1A ES2A EV1A AV1A XV1A For SEW motor Type of encoder size DT71..100 DV112..

Their solid metal housing protects the encoders against interference.Technical Data 2 2. These slits are scanned by opto-electronic means. The zero pulse (one pulse per revolution) is sensed by a third light barrier and made available on track C (K0) as a reference signal. which results in six tracks due to negation. The number of slits defines the resolution (pulses/revolution). which lends them a high degree of electromagnetic compatibility. Track A (K1) is 90° ahead of B (K2) when the encoder is turning clockwise (to the right as viewed looking onto the motor shaft. 3: TTL signals with zero track and negated signals HTL signals with zero track. The signal tracks are represented in the form of timing diagrams. They supply two pulse sequences on tracks A (K1) and B (K2).1 Incremental encoders with TTL and HTL signals Encoders convert the angle of rotation input parameter into a number of electrical pulses. the “A” side). With TTL encoders. Two light barriers are arranged at right angles to one another in the encoder. signal tracks and signal levels. but without negated signals SEW encoder systems 7 .1.1 2 Technical Data Technical description This chapter explains the various types of signals. tracks A (K1). This phase relationship is used for determining the direction of rotation of the motor. B (K2) and C (K0) as negated signals. Signal tracks: SEW encoders are encoders with two tracks and one zero pulse track. Encoders have a sturdy light metal housing and generously sized precision ball bearings. This is performed by means of an incremental disc incorporating radial slits permitting the passage of light. B (K2) and C (K0) are negated in the encoder and made available on tracks A (K1). 2. A (K1) A (K1) 180° 360° 90° B (K2) B (K2) 90° C (K0) C (K0) 01877AXX Fig.

thus. The maximum permissible distance between encoder and inverter is limited by the maximum pulse frequency of the encoder signals. SEW permits a maximum distance between encoder and inverter of 330 ft.5 V.5 K "1" range "0" range TTL 02542AEN Fig. allow the user to measure the actual supply voltage at the encoder via sensor leads. with 24 VDC +/. MOVITRAC® 31C.5 K "1" range "0" range V [VDC] 5 2.5 0 0. 5: View of HTL signal levels 8 SEW encoder systems . (100 m). SEW permits a maximum distance between encoder and inverter of 330 ft. no sensor leads.20% being the most common value. thus.5 0 0.5 "1" range 3 0 "0" range HTL 02543AEN Fig. no sensor leads. therefore. The large voltage range between Vhigh-VLow results in a high current consumption. This design makes them resistant to asymmetrical interference and ensures good EMC behavior.5 V and Vhigh ≥ 2. The HTL encoder is evaluated without the negated tracks.2 Technical Data Signal levels: • TTL (Transistor Transistor Logic) version The signal levels are Vlow ≤ 0. V [VDC] 24 K 20. V [VDC] 5 2. The TTL signals are transmitted symmetrically and evaluated differentially. Units with a 5 VDC encoder supply voltage. e.g. The signal is transmitted in accordance with the RS-422 interface standard. (100 m). susceptible to asymmetric interferences affecting the EMC behavior. HTL encoders do not require any supply voltage compensation and. 4: View of TTL signal levels • HTL (High-voltage Transistor Logic) version The signal levels are Vlow ≤ 3 V and Vhigh ≥ VB minus 3. the signals cannot be evaluated differentially. The supply voltage is corrected to 5 VDC and compensates for the voltage drop along the supply cable to the encoder.5 V. The HTL signals are. The maximum permissible distance between encoder and inverter is limited by the maximum pulse frequency of the encoder signals. Encoders with 24 VDC supply voltage do not require any supply voltage compensation and. A fact that has to be taken into consideration when planning the encoder supply. VB is the encoder supply voltage in the range of 10 to 30 VDC.

The maximum permissible distance between encoder and inverter is limited by the maximum pulse frequency of the encoder signals. (100 m). One sine halfwave per revolution is provided at track C (K0) as the zero pulse.2 Incremental encoders with high-resolution sin/cos signals 2 Encoders with high-resolution sin/cos signals are referred to as sine encoders.Technical Data 2. 1V A (K1) A (K1) 180° 360° 90° B (K2) B (K2) 90° C (K0 C (C0) 01917AXX Fig. Tracks A (K1). SEW permits a maximum distance between encoder and inverter of 330 ft. This design makes them resistant to asymmetrical interference and ensures good EMC behavior. The 90° offset sine signals are on track A (K1) and B (K2).5 V. This means the speed can be determined with a very high resolution. Signal tracks: SEW sinusoidal encoders are also dual-track encoders with a zero pulse and negated signals. They have a peak-to-peak voltage of VSS = 1 V. The sine/ cosine signals are transmitted symmetrically and evaluated differentially. 6: sin/cos signal s with zero track and negated tracks Signal levels: • The sine/cosine signals are superimposed on a DC voltage of 2. thus. Sine encoders do not require any supply voltage compensation and. no sensor leads. The supply voltage is 24 VDC . B (K2) and C (K0) are negated in the encoder and made available on tracks A (K1). B (K2) and C (K0) as negated signals. SEW encoder systems 9 .1. The zero passages and the amplitudes (arc tan) of the sine/cosine waves are evaluated. resulting in six tracks. The signal is transmitted in accordance with the RS-422 interface standard. This encoder is suitable for drives which are operated with a wide setting range in conjunction with the requirement to move smoothly at low speed. This arrangement avoids voltage zero during signal transmission. They provide two sine signals offset by 90°.

The absolute position of the motor shaft is determined using this code pattern. A multi-turn absolute encoder with three additional code discs requires 12 additional pulses to display the 4096 distinguishable revolutions. multi-turn absolute encoders have additional code discs for absolute sensing of the number of revolutions. This means the possible reading error is max.1. 8: Arrangement of code discs A single-turn absolute encoder with 12 bit resolution requires 12 pulses to display the 4096 measuring steps per revolution.2 Technical Data 2. 16 x 16 x 16 = 4096 revolutions can be resolved absolutely. This code disc is scanned by opto-electronic means. The special feature of Gray Code is that only one bit changes with the transition from one resolvable angle step to the next.3 Absolute encoders with MSSI interface SEW absolute encoders have a code disc with Gray Code instead of the incremental disc. Code disc for sensing of angle position Code discs for sensing the number of revolutions i = 16 i = 16 i = 16 02383AEN Fig. With three additonal code discs (number usually installed). Decimal Gray Code 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 01927AXX Decimal Gray Code 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1100 1101 1111 1110 1010 1011 1001 1000 0000 0001 0011 0010 0110 0111 0101 0100 Fig. Every angle position has a unique code pattern assigned to it. 7: Code disc with Gray Code Multi-turn: In addition to the code disc for sensing the angle position. Single-turn evaluation Pulse Data 1 2 0 2 2 1 3 2 2 4 2 3 5 2 4 6 2 5 7 2 6 8 2 7 9 2 8 10 2 9 11 2 10 12 211 Measuring steps per revolution in addition with multi-turn evaluation Pulse Data 13 2 0 14 2 1 15 2 2 16 2 3 17 2 4 18 2 5 19 2 6 20 2 7 21 2 8 22 2 9 23 2 10 24 211 distinguishable revolutions 10 SEW encoder systems . These code discs are only separated from each other by one gear unit stage with the reduction i = 16. 1 bit.

9: Signal conditioning in absolute encoders with SSI interface In addition to the absolute angle position. 10: Pulse diagram of data transmission via SSI interface SEW encoder systems 11 . the SEW absolute encoders generate the incremental encoder signals A (K1). B (K2)und B (K2) and make them available as 1 VSS sine signals.Technical Data Signal outputs: Every scanned code pattern is a parallel data package and is read by a parallel/serial converter. Cycle Serial data Monoflop P/S Parallel data 01928AEN Fig. Code disc Monoflop Schmitt trigger SI Shift Input circuit Cycle 2 Parallel/Serial converter Inverter Driver Serial data Photo transmitter Photo receiver Parallel data SO 01923AEN Fig. The inverter must request the position value with a defined pulse sequence in order to transmit a position value from the encoder to the inverter. Signal transmission: SEW absolute encoders have an SSI interface (SSI = Synchronous Serial Interface) to transmit the absolute value signals and a RS-485 interface for transmission of the 1 VSS sine signals. The pulse sequence starts by converting the current parallel data package and transmitting it to the inverter. A (K1). The input of the parallel/serial converter is inhibited by the monoflop for the duration of the pulse sequence.

speed and direction of rotation to be established. the resolver has one auxiliary winding each in the stator and on the rotor in order to transfer the supply voltage to the rotor without brushes.m. γ V1 stationary R1 stator Ve R2 rotating stationary S2 rotor VR stator V2 S4 V2 VR stator V1 S1 S3 stationary 01931AEN Fig. 12 SEW encoder systems . V1 V2 00058AXX Fig.s.4 Resolver The resolver determines the absolute position of the motor shaft. 11: Schematic diagram and equivalent circuit diagram of the resolver Signal outputs: Voltages of varying magnitudes are induced in the stator windings depending on the rotor position. It consists of a rotor coil and two stator windings offset by 90° in relation to each other. Furthermore. Voltages V1 and V2 on the two stator windings are modulated by the supply voltage through induction. Both rotor windings are electrically connected. They possess sinusoidal envelopes.1. It operates according to the principle of the rotary transformer. value and frequency of the supply voltage Ve. The two envelopes are electrically offset by 90° from one another and are evaluated in the inverter for zero passage and amplitude. This enables the rotor position.2 Technical Data 2. 12: Output voltages V1 and V2 of the resolver Signal level: The amplitude of the envelope depends on the r.

Proximity sensors are mounted on the side of the fan guard. it is also possible to determine the direction in which the motor is rotating. 01929AXX Fig.5 Proximity sensors 2 Proximity sensors represent a simple and inexpensive means of monitoring whether the motor is turning. Signal outputs: Proximity sensors react to the attenuation lugs on the fan. 14: Signal output of the proximity sensors Signal level: The signal level is determined by the supply voltage.Technical Data 2. SEW encoder systems 13 . By using a two-track proximity sensor. VB PNP A 90° VB additional with two-track proximity sensor PNP B 01930AEN Fig. This NO contact output switches the connected supply voltage. usually 24 VDC. The number of attenuation lugs determines the number of pulses per revolution.1. Proximity sensors have a mark-to-space ratio of 1:1. and thus do not add to the length of the motor. 13: Setup of the proximity sensor system The proximity sensors are constructed with HTL technology and have an NO contact output which is actuated every time there is a pulse.

15: SEW encoder with spread shaft Encoder type for asynchronous AC motors 71.2...5 VDC 5 V TTL 20 mARMS 1 VSS sin/cos 40 mARMS ≥ 2. current consumption Max..5 VDC 5 V TTL 20 mARMS ≥ VB minus 3.5 VDC ≤ 0..5 VDC HTL 60 mARMS 1 : 1 ±20 % 90° ±20 % -25 °C.5 VDC ≤ 0.5 VDC ≤ 1.132S Supply voltage Max.2 2.100 Encoder type for asynchronous AC motors 112. class 3K3) IP56 (EN 60529) Terminal box on encoder ® * recommended encoder for operation with MOVITRAC 31C ** recommended encoder for operation with MOVIDRIVE® 14 SEW encoder systems . B C Vhigh Vlow ES1T* ES2T* 5 VDC ±5 % 180 mARMS ES1S** ES2S** ES1R ES2R 24 VDC ±20 % ES1C ES2C 160 mARMS 120 kHz 1024 1 180 mARMS 340 mARMS ≥ 2. pulse frequency Pulses (sine periods) per revolution Output amplitude per track Signal output Output current per track Mark-to-space ratio Phase angle A : B Ambient temperature Enclosure Connection ϑamb Iout VB Iin fmax A...+60 °C (EN 60721-3-3.1 Incremental encoders Incremental encoders with spread shaft 01934AXX Fig.2 Technical Data 2.

. B C Vhigh Vlow EV1T* EV1S** EV1R EV1C asynchronous AC motors DT/DV/D 71..2.+60 °C (EN 60721-3-3.Technical Data 2.5 VDC ≤ 0. 16: SEW encoder with solid shaft Encoder type For motors Supply voltage Max.5 VDC ≤ 0.5 VDC 5 V TTL 20 mARMS 1 VSS sin/cos 40 mARMS ≥ 2.5 VDC ≤ 1.5 VDC 5 V TTL 20 mARMS ≥ VB minus 3..5 VDC HTL 60 mARMS 24 VDC ±20 % 180 mARMS 340 mARMS 1 : 1 ±20 % 90° ±20 % -25 °C. current consumption Max.2 Incremental encoders with solid shaft 2 01935AXX Fig. pulse frequency Pulses (sine periods) per revolution Output amplitude per track Signal output Output current per track Mark-to-space ratio Phase angle A : B Ambient temperature Enclosure Connection ϑamb Iout VB Iin fmax A.225 5 VDC ±5 % 180 mARMS 160 mARMS 120 kHz 1024 1 ≥ 2. class 3K3) IP56 (EN 60529) Terminal box on encoder ® * recommended encoder for operation with MOVITRAC 31C ** recommended encoder for operation with MOVIDRIVE® SEW encoder systems 15 ..

330 ft. recommended driver to EIA RS-485 Permitted range: 90 – 300 – 1100 kHz (max.180 asynchronous AC motorsDT/DV71. stepping frequency VB Iin fmax AGY synchronous servomotors DS56.112 asynchronous servomotors CT/CV71.30 kg -15 °C.....3 Absolute encoder 01933BXX Fig. serial (SSI) Driver to EIA RS-485 Opto-coupler.2000 Hz) Maximum speed Mass Operating temperature Enclosure Connection 16 SEW encoder systems .B Output amplitude per track Sensing code Single-turn resolution Multi-turn resolution Data transfer..225 10 – 15 – 24 – 30 VDC protected against polarity reversal 250 mA ≥ 100 kHz 512 1 VSS sin/cos Gray Code 4096 steps/revolution (12 bits) 4096 revolutions (12 bits) Synchronous. class 3K3) IP65 (EN 60529) 3.3 ft/1 m cable with 17-pin round connector plug for socket plug SPUC 17B FRAN Pulses (sine periods) per revolution A..2 Technical Data 2... current consumption Max. absolute values Serial data output Serial pulse input Switching frequency Monoflop time Vibration (55. 17: SEW absolute encoder Encoder type For motors Supply voltage Max..+60 °C (EN 60721-3-3./100 m cable length with 300 kHz) 12 – 35 µs ≤ 100 m/s2 (DIN IEC 68-2-6) nmax m ϑamb 6000 rpm 0.. DY71.

112: Framatone Souriou.+125 °C Terminal box (10-pin Phoenix terminal strip) or plug connector.. type GN-DMS2-12S SEW encoder systems 17 .330 Ω 0. type ASTA021NN00 10 000 5 000 Plug connector DY71.5 200. depending on motor type Plug connector DS56: Intercontec.270 Ω V12 I12 70 mA DY71 RH1M synchronous servomotors DY90 DY112 7 VAC_eff / 7 kHz 60 mA 2 0...500 Ω 30 mA -55 °C..46 350....Technical Data 2.45 130. 18: SEW resolver Encoder type For motors DS56 Supply voltage Max.... current consumption Number of poles Ratio Output impedance Operating temperature Connection r ZSS ϑB 0.4 Resolver 2 MD0116AX Fig.

2 Technical Data 2. 19: SEW proximity sensors Encoder type For motors/brake motors Supply voltage Max. class 3K3) IP67 (EN 60529) M12 × 1 connector..5 kHz 6 A track NO contact (pnp) 1 : 1 ±20 % 90° ±45 % (typical at 20 °C) 6 A+B track 0 °C.132S(BMG) 10 – 24 – 65 VDC 200 mA 1.+60 °C (EN 60721-3-3. e.5 Proximity sensors 01932AXX Fig... operating current Max. pulse frequency Pulses/revolution Output Mark-to-space ratio Phase angle A : B Ambient temperature Enclosure Connection ϑamb VB Imax fmax NV16 NV26 asynchronous AC motors 71(BMG).g.. RKWT4 (Lumberg) 18 SEW encoder systems .

6. page 36 (AV1A) regarding dimensions and extended motor lengths for encoder mounting devices...6 Mounting devices 2 01949AXX Fig.6. ES2A.Technical Data 2.. DY71.112 Solid shaft encoder (synchro flange) 58 mm 50 mm 6 mm 10 mm 3 pcs.132S Spread shaft encoder with 10 mm center bore Mounting device For motors For encoder Diameter of flange Diameter of center hole Diameter of shaft end Length of shaft end Mounting EV1A asynchronous AC motors DT71.2. EV1A) and section 3.4. 20: Mounting device for non-SEW encoders Mounting device For motors For encoder ES1A asynchronous AC motors 71.100 Spread shaft encoder with 8 mm center bore ES2A asynchronous AC motors 100. page 31 (ES1A.... SEW encoder systems 19 . encoder mounting clamps (bolts with eccentric discs) for 3 mm flange thickness See section 3...DV225 AV1A synchronous servomotors DS56.

Connect the shield of the encoder cable over a large surface area: • on the inverter 01937AXX Fig.5 mm2 (AWG24 – AWG20) • Use a shielded cable with twisted pairs of cores (exception: HTL encoder cable) and connect the shield at both ends: . 23: Connect the shield to the PG fitting of the encoder 20 SEW encoder systems . line length (inverter – encoder): 330 ft (100 m) with a cable capacitance per unit length ≤ 120 nF/km (193 nF/mile) • Core cross section: 0.3 Installation 3 3.25 – 0.1 Installation General information Always follow the operating instructions for the relevant inverter when connecting the encoder to the SEW inverters! • Max. 22: Connect the shield in the Sub D connector • on the encoder 01948AXX Fig. 21: Connect the shield to the electronics shield clamp of the inverter 01939BXX Fig.on the inverter to the electronics shield clamp or to the housing of the Sub D connector • Route the encoder cable separately from the power cables.on the encoder in the PG fitting or in the encoder plug .

25: Connection of TTL encoders ES1T.2 Incremental encoders 3 01936AXX Fig.1 Encoders for MOVITRAC® 31C frequency inverters SEW recommends the 5 V TTL encoders ES1T. The sensor leads have to be connected in order to compensate the encoder supply voltage. ES2T or EV1T to MOVITRAC® 31C Channels K0 (C) and K0 (C) are only required for position control (FPI31C option). ES2T or EV1T for operation with the MOVITRAC® 31C frequency inverter.Installation 3. SEW encoder systems 21 .2. Connect the encoder as follows: ES1T / ES2T / EV1T A (K1) A (K1) B (K2) B (K2) C (K0) C (K0) UB max. Channels K0 (C) and K0 (C) are not required for speed control (FRN31C or FEN31C option) and synchronous operation (FRS31C option). 24: Connecting terminals of the SEW encoder 3. 100 m (330 ft) 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95* 96* 97 X6: MC31C FEN 31C/ FPI 31C UB ⊥ K1 K2 K0 K1 K2 K0 UB ⊥ A B C A B C ⊥ * Connect the sensor leads on the encoder to UB and ⊥. do not jumper them on the encoder! 01585BXX Fig.

C. ES2S or EV1S to MOVIDRIVE® 01381BXX 24 V TTL encoders ES1R. 26). ES2R. ES2C or EV1C If you are using an HTL encoder ES1C. 6 2 N. ES2R or EV1R It is also possible to connect TTL encoders with 24 VDC encoder supply ES1R. 100 m (330 ft) YE RD PK WH BN 1 N. 7 3 N.C. ES2S or EV1S for operation with the MOVIDRIVE® drive inverter. Install the TTL encoders in exactly the same way as the high-resolution sin/cos encoders (→ Fig. 27: Connection of HTL encoder ES1C. 24 V sin/cos encoders ES1S. ES2C or EV1C to MOVIDRIVE® 02558AXX 22 SEW encoder systems .7).3 Installation 3. 4 X15: 9 5 UB ⊥ K1 K2 K0 K1 K2 K0 UB ⊥ A B C A B C 6 1 Fig.C. 24 V encoders do not require sensor leads. B (K2) and C (K0) to MOVIDRIVE® ! ES1C / ES2C / EV1C A (K1) A (K1) B (K2) B (K2) C (K0) C (K0) UB ⊥ max.2 Encoders for MOVIDRIVE® MDV60A drive inverters The core colors indicated in the wiring diagrams according to color code meeting IEC757 correspond to the core colors of the pre-fabricated cables by SEW (→ section 3. 100 m (330 ft) YE GN RD BU PK GY WH BN VT 1 6 2 7 3 8 9 5 4 X15: 9 5 6 1 ¢ Fig. Connect the encoder as follows: ES1S / ES2S / EV1S ES1R / ES2R / EV1R A (K1) A (K1) B (K2) B (K2) C (K0) C (K0) UB ⊥ K1 K2 K0 K1 K2 K0 UB ⊥ A B C A B C UB ⊥ max. you must not connect the negated channels A (K1). 8 9 5 N. EV1R directly to MOVIDRIVE® MDV60A. 26: Connection of sin/cos encoder ES1S.C. ES2S or EV1S SEW recommends the high-resolution 24 V sin/cos encoders ES1S.2. HTL encoders ES1C. ES2C or EV1C.

5 ft) X15: 1 6 2 7 3 8 9 5 4 A (K1) A (K1) B (K2) B (K2) C (K0) C (K0) UB ⊥ N. 28: Connection of TTL encoder ES1T. 5 m (16. Connect the encoder as follows: max. YE GN RD BU PK GY WH BN VT 1 6 2 7 3 8 9 5 4 DWI11A 3 6 814 344 7 X1: MOVIDRIVE 9 5 6 1 1 9 5 ES1T / ES2T / EV1T A (K1) YE A (K1) GN B (K2) RD B (K2) BU C (K0) PK C (K0) GY UB WH ⊥ BN VT* max. ES2T or EV1T Use the “5 V encoder supply type DWI11A” MOVIDRIVE® option (part number 822 759 4) if you have to connect an encoder with a 5 VDC encoder supply ES1T. ES2T or EV1T to MOVIDRIVE® SEW encoder systems 23 .Installation 5V TTL encoders ES1T. do not jumper on the DWI11A! 01377BXX Fig. 100 m (330 ft) 1 6 2 7 3 8 9 5 4* 9 5 X2: Encoder UB ⊥ K1 K2 K0 K1 K2 K0 UB ⊥ A B C A B C 6 1 198 829 8 198 828 X * Connect the sensor lead on the encoder to UB. ES2T or EV1T to MOVIDRIVE®. The sensor leads have to be connected in order to compensate the supply voltage.C.

15 and 16 will be directed to X15: “ENCODER IN“ of the MOVIDRIVE® MDV60A.signal B Incremental encoder .signal A Incremental encoder . current loop TIncremental encoder . 13.) with a 17-pin round connector plug fitting socket plug SPUC 17B FRAN by Interconnectron.GY D+ YE D. current loop T+ Clock line.3. The AV1Y connectors 12. the incremental encoder signals A.7).GN GND BN U WH S The AV1Y absolute encoder is connected to the APA12 option: AV1Y 2 3 4 11 12 10 13 16 9 17 15 14 8 1 5 6 7 32 33 34 35 38 39 APA12 X11: Fig.3 AV1Y absolute encoder The AV1Y absolute encoder has a permanently installed connector that is one meter long (3. 100 m (330 ft) 8 9 14 17 10 7 T+ PK T. A. The plug connection has the following pin assignment: Pin 7 10 14 17 8 9 15 16 12 13 Supply voltage VS Supply voltage GND Serial data output D+ Serial data output DClock line.3 Installation 3. 13. A.1 Absolute encoder with MOVIDYN® MAS/MKS51A servo controller max. B and B are not evaluated by MOVIDYN® MAS/MK51A or MOVIDRIVE® MDS60A.3 ft.signal B Description +13 – 15 – 24 VDC. 15 and 16 will not be assigned in this instance. MOVIDRIVE® MDV60A uses the incremental encoder signals A. The core colors in the wiring diagrams according to color code meeting IEC757 correspond to the core colors in the pre-fabricated SEW cables (→ section 3. Therefore. protected against polarity reversal Electrically isolated from the AGY housing “1” = High signal “0” = High signal 7 mA towards T+ = “1” 7 mA towards T.signal A Incremental encoder . 29: Connection to MOVIDYN® MAS/MKS51A servo controller with APA12 01940BXX 24 SEW encoder systems .= “0” 1 Vss sin/cos 1 Vss sin/cos 1 Vss sin/cos 1 Vss sin/cos Core color of pre-fabricated cable 6-core cable white (WH) brown (BN) yellow (YE) green (GN) pink (PK) grey (GY) 10-core cable white (WH) brown (BN) black (BK) violet (VT) pink (PK) grey (GY) yellow (YE) green (GN) red (RD) blue (BU) AV1Y is connected to: • MOVIDYN® MAS/MKS51A servo controller with option “APA12 single axis positioning control” • MOVIDRIVE® MDS60A drive inverter with option “DPA11A single axis positioning control” • MOVIDRIVE® MDS/MDV60A drive inverter with option “DIP11A absolute encoder card” Synchronous servomotors are speed-controlled with the resolver signals. B and B for speed control of asynchronous motors. 3. The AV1Y connectors 12.

) 2 (N.C.C.) 7 DIP11A X62: 3 4 11 12 10 13 16 9 17 15 14 8 1 5 6 7 9 5 6 1 Fig.3.C.C.C.GN GND BN U WH S 3 The AV1Y absolute encoder is connected to the DPA11A option: AV1Y 2 3 4 11 12 10 13 16 9 17 15 14 8 1 5 6 7 32 33 34 35 38 39 DPA11A X50: Fig.) 5 (N.) 8 (N.GY D+ YE D. 100 m (330 ft) 8 9 14 17 10 7 T+ PK T.GY D+ BK D.VT GND BN U WH S The AV1Y absolute encoder is connected to the DIP11A option and to X15: AV1Y 2 DIP11A X62: 3 8 1 6 5 9 (N.C.Installation 3.) 4 (N. 100 m (330 ft) 8 9 14 17 10 7 T+ PK T.GN GND BN US WH 3 8 1 6 5 9 (N.3 Absolute encoder with MOVIDRIVE® MDV60A drive inverter max. 31: Connection to MOVIDRIVE® MDS60A drive inverter with DIP11A 01942BXX 3.C.C.) 2 (N.) 7 MOVIDRIVE X15: 1 6 2 7 (N.C.) 9 6 1 9 5 ® 3 4 11 12 10 13 16 9 17 15 14 8 1 5 6 7 9 5 6 1 YE 15 A (K1) GN 16 A (K1) RD 12 B (K2) BU 13 B (K2) Fig.C.2 Connection of absolute encoder to MOVIDRIVE® MDS60A drive inverter max.GY D+ YE D.) 3 (N.C.) 4 (N.3. 30: Connection to MOVIDRIVE® MDS60A drive inverter with DPA11A 01941BXX The AV1Y absolute encoder is connected to the DIP11A option: AV1Y 2 max. 100 m (330 ft) 8 9 14 17 10 7 T+ PK T.) 4 (N. 32: Connection to MOVIDRIVE® MDV60A drive inverter with DIP11A SEW encoder systems 02544AXX 25 .

. type GN-DMS2-12S Description Reference Cosine signal Sine signal Motor protection Core color in pre-fabricated cable Pink (PK) Gray (GY) Red (RD) Blue (BU) Yellow (YE) Green (GN) White (WH) Brown (BN) The resolver signals have the same numbers on the 10-pin Phoenix terminal strip and in the plug connectors. The resolver connections are located in the terminal box on a 10-pin Phoenix terminal strip or in the plug connection.112 max.7).C. Plug connector DS56: Plug connector DY71.. depending on the motor type. 33: Connection to MOVIDYN® servo controller 26 SEW encoder systems .4.+ Ref. 100 m (330 ft) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2) Ref.112:: Terminal/pin 1 2 3 4 5 6 9 10 Ref.4 Resolver Resolvers are installed into SEW synchronous motors as standard feature. The resolver is connected to: • MOVIDYN® MAS/MKS51A servo controller • MOVIDRIVE® MDS60A drive inverter The core colors in the wiring diagrams according to color code meeting IEC757 correspond to the core colors in the pre-fabricated SEW cables (→ section 3. 3. TF/TH TF/TH PK GY RD BU YE GN 1 2 3 4 5 6 MAS51A/ MKS51A X31: Connect the resolver as follows: 1 2 10 9 8 12 7 3 4 11 5 6 1) WH BN Thermal shut off 01952AEN 1) Plug connector 2) Terminal strip Fig. type ASTA021NN00 10 000 5 000 Framatone Souriou.C...3 Installation 3.1 Resolver with MOVIDYN® MAS/MKS51A servo controller DFS56 DFY71. The inverter uses the resolver signals to control the motor speed. N.cos+ cossin+ sinTF/TH TF/TH Intercontec.cos+ cossin+ sinN.+ Ref.

C. 100 m (330 ft) 1 Ref.112 X15: 1 2 10 9 8 12 7 9 5 3 4 11 5 6 6 1 1) ¢ 01414AXX 1) Plug connector 2) Terminal strip Fig.2 Resolver with MOVIDRIVE® MDS60A drive inverter max. 34: Connection to MOVIDRIVE® MDS drive inverter SEW encoder systems 27 .Installation 3.+ 2 Ref..4. 9 TF/TH WH 10 TF/TH BN VT 2) PK GY RD BU YE GN 3 8 2 7 1 6 9 5 4 3 Connect the resolver as follows: DFS56 DFY71. 8 N.C.3 cos+ 4 cos5 sin+ 6 sin7 N..

direction of rotation). 28 SEW encoder systems . Remove the closing plugs from the holes in the fan guard. NV16 / NV26 1 (VB) 1 + 3 (GND) PNP 4 (A or B) - 2 3 4 Evaluation 01943AEN Fig. Fix the assembly block onto the guard with 2 bolts (make sure it is positioned straight). 35).5 Proximity sensors Assembly: 1. NV16 (A track) and NV26 (A+B track) proximity sensors have an NO contact which switches the supply voltage VB onto signal output A or B. 36: Connection of the proximity sensor Channel A or channels A and B must be set on appropriately programmed binary inputs of the control if a machine control is going to monitor the motor (rotation. The plug connector is not included in the scope of supply. 2. 3.3 Installation 3. Do not fit any other initiators! 1 2 Initiator Mounting block 1 2 02009AXX Fig. 35: NV16/26 encoder Electrical connection Connection via plug connector with M12×1 threading. Possible plug connector: RKWT4 from Lumberg. Place the assembly block with the initiator onto the guard (→ Fig.

kB XES + VR 02552AXX α Cable exit encoder cable 1) Cable exit adjustable by increments of 90° 2) Keep air intake clear Pg11 Cable bushing for encoder cable Pg7 Cable bushing for forced cooling fan cable Fig. k0 + XES ktot = kB + XES or ktot = k0 + XB + XES with forced cooling fan VR ktot = k.6.61) 180 (7. These extended versions are shown with and without forced cooling fan.62) * Foot mounted motors must be supported! The total length of the motor will then be determined as follows: without forced cooling fan Motor without brake Motor with brake ktot = k.70) 49 (1.03) 76 (2.71) 197 (7. k0 + XES + VR ktot = kB + XES + VR or ktot = k0 + XB + XES + VR g SEW encoder systems 29 .Installation 3.kB XES k.09) 143 (5.93) 54 (2.6 3. 37: Extended motor lengths with ES1_/ES2_ all dimensions in mm (in) Extended motor versions ES1_/ES2_ Motor type CT/CV/DT/DV 71* / 80 90* / 100 112M / 132S without forced cooling fan XES 83 (3.63) g X8 α X7 145 (5.13) 54 (2.1 Extended motor versions with encoder and mounting devices Incremental encoders ES1_/ES2_/EV1_ 3 The following dimension sheets show the extended motor versions that result from the mounting of incremental encoders. k0.13) 11° 92 (3.99) with forced cooling fan VR XES + VR 168 (6. Extended motor versions ES1_/ES2_ with and without forced cooling fan: 45° 1) α Pg11 2) Pg7 X7 X8 Pg11 k.76) 221 (8. k0.27) 77 (3.

75) 332 (13. V 1) Pg11 k.43) 293 (11.43) with forced cooling with forced cooling fan VR fan VS XEV + VR XEV + VS 265 (10.09) 273 (10. k0 XEV XEV + VR k. V: VR 1) VS.51) * Foot mounted versions have to be supported! The total length of the motor will then be calculated as follows: without forced cooling fan with forced cooling fan VR with forced cooling fan VS with forced cooling fan V ktot = k. 38: Extended motor versions with EV1_ all dimensions in mm (in) Extended motor versions EV1_ Motor type CT/CV/DT/DV 71* / 80 90* / 100 112 / 132S 132M* / 160M 160L* / 180 200 / 225 without forced cooling fan XEV 193 (7.91) 226 (8.46) with forced cooling fan V XEV + V 429 (16.3 Installation Extended motor versions EV1_ with and without forced cooling fans VR. k0 g Pg11 XEV XEV + VS.60) 196 (7. VS.34) g 150 (5.82) 265 (10.07) 342 (13.94) 415 (16.89) 405 (15.72) 191 (7.90) 285 (11. V 02553AXX 1) Keep air intake clear Pg11 Cable bushing for encoder cable Fig. k0 + XEV ktot = k. k0 + XEV + V 30 SEW encoder systems g .46) 394 (15.91) 201 (7. k0 + XEV + VS ktot = k.43) 265 (10.54) 307 (12.22) 342 (13. k0 + XEV + VR ktot = k.52) 224 (8.

kB XVR l X.37) 9.98) XS XH 16 (0. XB 8.5 (0.50) 106 (4.35) 24 (0.37) 24.2 Encoder mounting devices ES1A/ES2A/EV1A 3 The following dimension sheets show the extended motor versions that result from the installation of encoder mounting devices.5 (0.96) XH 83 (3.07) The total extended motor length is determined as follows: without forced cooling fan Motor without brake Motor with brake ktot = k.31) 10 (0.99) XVR 168 (6.09) 143 (5.16) g d 02554AXX Fig. k0 + XH ktot = kB + XH or ktot = k + XB + XH with forced cooling fan VR ktot = k.27) 77 (3.70) 25 (0.33) 25 (0. The extended lengths are shown with and without forced cooling fan.33) 9 (0.5 (0. k0.94) XB 9.Installation 3. 39: Extended motor versions with ES1A/ES2A all dimensions in mm (in) Motor type DT/DV 71 / 80 90 / 100 112 / 132S g 145 (5.5 (0.17) 78 (3.5 (0.63) XS 89 (3.63) ∅ 4 (0.61) 180 (7.76) 221 (8. k0 + XVR ktot = kB + XVR or ktot = k + XB + XVR SEW encoder systems 31 .39) X 8.98) l dH7 8 (0. Extended motor versions ES1A/ES2A with and without forced cooling fan: k.03) 76 (2.6.71) 197 (7.

87) The total motor length will then be calculated as follows: ltot = k. k0 + XA 32 ∅6 +0.68) ∅ 10 (0.39) k.05 -0. k0 XA 02555AXX Fig.87) 200 (7.15 3 × 120° ∅ 95 (3.74) SEW encoder systems .97) G7 ∅ 68 (2.96) 159 (6.8 (0.24) 2.18) 6 (0.57) 30 (1.16) 126 (4.04) 131 (5.26) 200 (7.3 Installation Extended motor versions EV1A without forced cooling fan: 40 (1.11) ∅ 50 (1. 40: Extended motor versions with EV1A without forced cooling fan all dimensions in mm (in) Motor type DT/DV 71 / 80 90 / 100 112 / 132S 132M / 160M 160L / 180 200 / 225 XA 128 (5.

26) 200 (7. k0 XS / VS.16) 126 (4.90) The total motor length will then be calculated as follows: ltot = k.76) XVS 293 (11.80) 70 (2.91) 201 (7.76) 70 (2.54) 332 (13.49) 121 (4.87) XS / VS. V and EV1A all dimensions in mm (in) Motor type DT/DV 71 / 80 90 / 100 112 / 132S 132M / 160M 160L / 180 200 / 225 XA 128 (5.70) 105 (4.94) 415 (16. k0 + XVS.13) 82 (3.46) 394 (15.51) The total motor length will then be calculated as follows: ltot = k. page 32): XA k.87) 200 (7. V SEW encoder systems g 33 .04) 131 (5.91) 226 (8.27) XV 339 (13. k0 + XVR Extended motor versions forced cooling fans VS.91) 201 (7.76) 71 (2. V 80 (3.22) 342 (13. 40.90) 285 (11.42) 307 (12.23) XVR 290 (11. 42: Extended motor versions with forced cooling fans VS.09) 273 (10. 41: Extended motor versions with forced cooling fan VR and EV1A all dimensions in mm (in) Motor type DT/DV 71 / 80 90 / 100 112 / 132S XA 128 (5. 40.75) g 150 (5.91) 226 (8.35) 405 (15.07) 337 (13. page 32): 3 XA k.15) 114 (4.Installation Extended motor versions with forced cooling fan VR and EV1A (→ Fig.16) 126 (4.04) 131 (5. V XVS. V 02557AXX Fig.96) 159 (6.96) XS/VR 94 (3. V with EV1A (→ Fig.34) g 150 (5. k0 XVR XS/VR g 02556AXX Fig.

k0 + XAV1Y ktot = k.91) 201 (7. k0 XAV1Y XAV1Y + VR 1m (3. The extended versions are shown with and without forced cooling fan. k0 + XAV1Y+V 34 SEW encoder systems g . Extended motor versions AV1Y with and without forced cooling fans VR.09) 273 (10.52) 185 (7.20) with forced cooling with forced cooling fan VR fan VS XAV1Y + VR XAV1Y + VS 290 (11. k0 XAV1Y XAV1Y + VS. k0 + XAV1Y+VS ktot = k. V 1m (3.54) 307 (12.07) 337 (13.90) 285 (11.6.36) 191 (7.34) g 150 (5.51) * Foot mounted motors must be supported! The total motor length will then be calculated as follows: without forced cooling fan with forced cooling fan VR with forced cooling fan VS with forced cooling fan V ktot = k.3 Absolute encoder AV1Y The following dimension sheets show the extended motor versions resulting from the installation of the AV1Y absolute encoder.28) 218 (8. VS.3 ft) 02559AXX 1) Keep air intake clear Fig.27) with forced cooling fan V XAV1Y + V 339 (13.46) 394 (15.75) 332 (13.3 ft) g k.20) 259 (10. 43: Extended motor versions CT/CV/DT/DV with AV1Y all dimensions in mm (in) Extended motor versions AV1Y Motor type CT/CV/DT/DV 71* / 80 90* / 100 112 / 132S 132M* / 160M 160L* / 180 200 / 225 without forced cooling fan XAV1Y 187 (7.58) 259 (10.94) 415 (16.22) 342 (13.42) 293 (11.3 Installation 3.35) 405 (15. k0 + XAV1Y+VR ktot = k.91) 226 (8. V on CT/CV/DT/DV motors: VR VS / V 1) 1) k.

78) 126 (4.63) 20 (0.24) k6 27 (1.Installation Extended motor versions AV1Y at DS/DY motors: without brake g5 3 with brake k6 1) g4B g6 g3 k7 k0 k5 1m (3.32) k7 g3 73 (2.59) 186 (7.87) 118 (4.98) 96 (3.3 ft) k0 k5 k7 1m (3.96) 133 (5.79) 20 (0.28) g6 g6 02560AXX g3 SEW encoder systems 35 .18) 59 (2. 44: Extended motor versions DS/DY with AV1Y all dimensions in mm (in) Motor type DS56 DY71 DY90 DY112 k5 96 (3. Fig.32) g4B 101 (3. please observe the respective dimension sheet.79) 58 (2.3 ft) 1) Brake connection The dimension k0 depends on the motor version.24) 133 (5.06) 31 (1.65) 142 (5.78) 111 (4.22) 30 (1.37) g5 16 (0.

6.22) α -15° 30° 0° β 120° 120° 3×120° χ -15° 20° - β e χ 02632AXX 1) Plugs with brake motors Fig.24) 68 (2.4 Encoder mounting devices AV1A The following dimension sheet shows the extended motor versions resulting from the installation of encoder mounting devices.68) b d e M 36 (1.97) 6 (0. 45: Extended motor versions DS/DY with AV1A all measurements in mm (in) Motor type DS56 DY71 DY90 DY112 50 (1.20) 5.40) 69 (2.3 Installation 3.72) M4 36 SEW encoder systems ∅b G7 . Extended motor versions AV1A on DS/DY motors: 1) α M ∅d s2 k6 k6 s2 5 (0.42) 61 (2.5 (0.

ES2S. ES2R. 46: Pre-fabricated cable for encoder connection and incremental encoders APA12 DPA11A DIP11A DIP11A MOVIDRIVE MOVIDYN MDR60A MAS/MKS51A ® ® MOVIDRIVE MDS60A ® MOVIDRIVE MDV60A ® 4 4 5 6 02548AXX Fig. EV1S. The cables are pre-fabricated in 40 inch (1 m) steps to the required length. ES2C. EV1C 02547AXX Fig.7 Pre-fabricated cables 3 SEW offers pre-fabricated cables for a convenient and secure connection of encoder systems to asynchronous AC motors and synchronous servomotors. EV1R 2+3 ES1C.Installation 3. It is necessary to differentiate between cables intended for fixed or trailing-cable installations. ES1R. 47: Pre-fabricated cables for absolute encoders SEW encoder systems 37 . EV1T DWI11A X1: MOVIDRIVE MOVIDRIVE MDV60A ® MOVIDRIVE MDV60A ® 1 X2: Encoder DWI 2 ES1S. ES1T. ES2T.

25 mm2 (AWG23) + 1×0. ES2T. Unitronic Li2YCY (TP) Helukabel.3 Installation MOVIDYN MAS/MKS51A ® MOVIDRIVE MDS60A ® 7 +8 9 02549AXX Fig. EV1T via DWI11A (→ Fig. Paar-Tronic-CY MOVIDRIVE® MDV60A at the DWI11A at the inverter with 9-pin Sub D socket with 9-pin Sub D plug Manufacturer and type For inverters Connection 38 SEW encoder systems . 28) 4×2×0. 48: Pre-fabricated cable for resolvers x Pre-fabricated cables for encoder connection Part number Installation For encoder with 5V encoder supply Line cross section Core colors 814 344 7 fixed installation ES1T.25 mm2 (AWG23) A: yellow (YE) A: green (GN) B: red (RD) B: blue (BU) C: pink (PK) C: grey (GY) UB: white (WH) ⊥: brown (BN) sensor lead: violet (VT) Lapp.

EV1R cut off the violet wire (VT) of the cable on the encoder side. ES1R.25 mm2 (AWG23) A: yellow (YE) A: green (GN) B: red (RD) B: blue (BU) C: pink (PK) C: grey (GY) UB: white (WH) ⊥: brown (BN) sensor lead: violet (VT) Lapp. EV1T via DWI11A and cable 814 344 7 ES1S. EV1S. ES2R. Unitronic FD CP Helukabel. Paar-Tronic-CY Lapp. ES2T. EV1T connect the violet core (VT) at the encoder to UB. Super-Tronic-C-PURö ES1C.25 mm2 (AWG23) A: yellow (YE) B: red (RD) C: pink (PK) UB: white (WH) ⊥: brown (BN) Lapp. EV1S. Unitronic Li2YCY (TP) Helukabel. with 9-pin Sub D connector inverter / DWI11A z Pre-fabricated cables for incremental HTL encoders Part number Installation For encoders Line cross section Core colors 198 932 4 fixed installation 198 931 6 trailing-cable installation 5×0. Super-Paar-Tronic-C-PUR Manufacturer and type For inverters Connection to encoder / motor MOVIDRIVE® MDV60A with wire end sleeve With ES1T. ES2S. EV1R directly at the inverter 4×2×0.25 mm2 (AWG23) + 1×0. ES2S. ES2C. Tronic-CY Lapp.Installation 3 y Pre-fabricated cables for incremental TTL and sin/cos encoders Part number Installation For encoders Line cross section Core colors 198 829 8 fixed installation 198 828 X trailing-cable installation ES1T. Unitronic LiYCY Helukabel. Unitronic LiYCY Helukabel. With ES1S. EV1C directly at inverter Manufacturer and type For inverters Connection to encoder / motor inverter MOVIDRIVE® MDV60A with core end sleeves with 9-pin Sub D connector SEW encoder systems 39 . ES2R. ES1R. ES2T.

Super-Paar-Tronic-C-PUR 198 930 8 trailing-cable installation Manufacturer and type For inverters Connection to encoder / motor inverter MOVIDRIVE® MDS60A with option DIP11A with 17-pin plug connector SPUC 17B FRAN with 9-pin Sub D connector 40 SEW encoder systems . Paar-Tronic-CY Lapp. Paar-Tronic-CY Lapp. Unitronic Li2YCY (TP) Helukabel.25 mm2 (AWG23) T+: pink (PK) T-: grey (GY) D+: yellow (YE) D-: green (GN) GND: brown (BN) US: white (WH) Lapp. Super-Paar-Tronic-C-PUR 198 888 3 trailing-cable installation Manufacturer and type For inverters Connection at encoder / motor inverter MOVIDYN® MAS/MKS51A with option APA12 MOVIDRIVE® MDS60A with option DPA11A with 17-pin socket connector SPUC 17B FRAN with core end sleeves | Pre-fabricated cables for absolute encoders Part number Installation For encoder Line cross section Core colors 198 929 4 fixed installation AV1Y 3×2×0. Unitronic FD CP (TP) Helukabel. Unitronic Li2YCY (TP) Helukabel. Unitronic FD CP (TP) Helukabel.3 Installation { Pre-fabricated cables for absolute encoder Part number Installation For encoder Line cross section Core colors 198 887 5 fixed installation AV1Y 3×2×0.25 mm2 (AWG23) T+: pink (PK) T-: grey (GY) D+: yellow (YE) D-: green (GN) GND: brown (BN) US: white (WH) Lapp.

Super-Paar-Tronic-C-PUR 198 891 3 trailing-cable installation Manufacturer and type For inverters Connection to encoder / motor inverter MOVIDRIVE® MDV60A with option DIP11A with 17-pin socket plug SPUC 17B FRAN with two 9-pin Sub D connectors SEW encoder systems 41 . Unitronic Li2YCY (TP) Helukabel.25 mm2 (AWG23) T+: pink (PK) T-: grey (GY) D+: black (BK) D-: violet (VT) GND: brown (BN) US: white (WH) A: yellow (YE) A: green (GN) B: red (RD) B: blue (BU) Lapp. Unitronic FD CP (TP) Helukabel. Paar-Tronic-CY Lapp.Installation 3 } Pre-fabricated cables for absolute encoders with connection of sine signals Part number Installation For encoders Line cross section Core colors 198 890 5 fixed installation AV1Y 5×2×0.

25 mm2 (AWG23) Ref.25 mm2 (AWG23) Ref. Super-Paar-Tronic-C-PUR MOVIDRIVE® MDS60A with resolver connector (Intercontec.+: pink (PK) Ref. Paar-Tronic-CY 198 928 6 trailing-cable installation Manufacturer and type For inverters Connection to resolver / motor inverter Lapp. Unitronic Li2YCY (TP) Helukabel. type ASTA021NN00 10 000 5 000) with core end sleeves Part number Installation For resolvers in motor Line cross section Core colors 198 927 8 fixed installation DS56 4×2×0. Unitronic Li2YCY (TP) Helukabel. Unitronic FD CP (TP) Helukabel. Paar-Tronic-CY Lapp.-: grey (GY) cos+: red (RD) cos-: blue (BU) sin+: yellow (YE) sin-: green (GN) TF/TH: white (WH) TF/TH: brown (BN) Lapp.+: pink (PK) Ref. type ASTA021NN00 10 000 5 000) with 9-pin Sub D connector 42 SEW encoder systems .-: grey (GY) cos+: red (RD) cos-: blue (BU) sin+: yellow (YE) sin-: green (GN) TF/TH: white (WH) TF/TH: brown (BN) Lapp. Super-Paar-Tronic-C-PUR 198 744 5 trailing-cable installation Manufacturer and type For inverters Connection to resolver / motor inverter MOVIDYN® MAS/MKS51A with resolver connector (Intercontec.3 Installation ~ Pre-fabricated cables for resolvers in motor DS56 Part number Installation For resolver in motor Line cross section Core colors 198 672 4 fixed installation DS56 4×2×0. Unitronic FD CP (TP) Helukabel.

112 Part number Installation For resolvers in motor Line cross section Core colors 198 632 5 fixed installation DY71. Unitronic FD CP (TP) Helukabel. Unitronic Li2YCY (TP) Helukabel. Unitronic Li2YCY (TP) Helukabel.25 mm2 (AWG23) Ref.. Paar-Tronic-CY Lapp. Super-Paar-Tronic-C-PUR 198 812 3 trailing-cable installation Manufacturer and type For inverter Connection to resolver / motor inverter MOVIDRIVE® MDS60A with resolver connector (Framatome Souriou.25 mm2 (AWG23) + 1×0. Super-Paar-Tronic-C-PUR 198 828 X trailing-cable installation Manufacturer and type For inverter Connection to resolver / motor inverter MOVIDRIVE® MDS60A with core end sleeves.. type GN-DMS2-12S) with core end sleeves 198 827 1 fixed installation DY71.25 mm2 (AWG23) Ref.+: pink (PK) Ref.-: grey (GY) cos+: red (RD) cos-: blue (BU) sin+: yellow (YE) sin-: green (GN) TF/TH: white (WH) TF/TH: brown (BN) Lapp.112 4×2×0.. Unitronic FD CP (TP) Helukabel. Unitronic FD CP (TP) Helukabel. type GN-DMS2-12S) with 9-pin Sub D connector € Pre-fabricated cables for resolvers in motors DS56 and DY71. Super-Paar-Tronic-C-PUR 198 743 7 trailing-cable installation Manufacturer and type For inverters Connection to resolver / motor inverter Part number Installation For resolver in motor Line cross section Core colors MOVIDYN® MAS/MKS51A with resolver connector (Framatome Souriou.-: grey (GY) cos+: red (RD) cos-: blue (BU) sin+: yellow (YE) sin-: green (GN) TF/TH: white (WH) TF/TH: brown (BN) Lapp...112 Part number Installation For resolver in motor Line cross section Core colors 198 829 8 fixed installation DS56 and DY71.+: pink (PK) Ref.Installation 3  Pre-fabricated cables for resolvers in motors DY71..+: pink (PK) Ref... Paar-Tronic-CY Lapp.-: grey (GY) cos+: red (RD) cos-: blue (BU) sin+: yellow (YE) sin-: green (GN) TF/TH: white (WH) TF/TH: brown (BN) Lapp.. Unitronic Li2YCY (TP) Helukabel..25 mm2 (AWG23) Ref.112 4×2×0.112 4×2×0. Paar-Tronic-CY Lapp. cut off the violet wire (VT) of the cable in the terminal box with 9-pin Sub D connector SEW encoder systems 43 .

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