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RE 30 123/11.

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RE 30 123/11.97
Replaces: 29 791 (VT 12340)

Digital amplifier Type VT-VSPD-1


Series 1X

H/A/D 5757/97

Type VT-VSPD-1

Contents
Features Ordering details Functional description Block circuit diagram / connection allocation Technical data Blade connector connection allocation MSDM socket connection allocation Position and cross references of the jumpers and DIL switches Unit dimensions Projecting / maintenance guidelines / additional information 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 7 8 8

Features
Suitable for the control of proportional valves without electrical position feedback Configuration and parameterisation of the amplifier card via the serial interface User specific data is precisely reproducable and is protected against unintended or unauthorised changes Use of a powerfull micro-controller Valve selection via the serial interface Pre-setting of all of the parameters for the following valves: 4WRA; sizes 6 and 10 DRE 4 K .WRZ; sizes 10 to 52 (Z)DRE 6 (Z)DBE 6 ZDRE 10 DBE(M)T 6 DRE(M); sizes 10, 25, 32 DBE(M); sizes 10, 25, 32 3DRE(M); sizes 10 and 16 DBEP 6 3DREP 6 For application relevant free programmability of the output stage frequency, bias, jump and output current or characteristic curve correction with a maximum of 8 support points Command value input, optionally as a voltage or current interface Voltage input as differential input Variable gain and off-set correction for the command value input Ramp generator (normal ramp, seperated acceleration and deceleration ramp, S-ramp) Possibility of sequence control Digital inputs for calling-up pre-set command value parameters Enable input and fault output Switched mode power supply for the internal supply voltages Function displays via LEDs Measurement sockets for command and actual values Standardised terminal strip allocation Parameterisation via serial interface via control box BB-3 (VT 12 321, see RE 29 798), control panel BF-1 (VT 12 323, see RE 29 794) or PC-Software BODIV (SYS-DIGVEN-BODIV-01, see RE 29 899) connection cable VT 12 322; additionally for BODIV an interface convertor VT 12 304 (see RE 30 104) 1/8

Further information: For the product description and commissioning instructions of the VT-VSPD-1-1X, see RE 30 123-B For SYS-DIGVEN-BODIV-01 programming description, see RE 29 899-B For BB-3/BF-1 dialogue description, see RE 29 798-01-B Suitable card holders: 19 inch rack VT 19 101, VT 19 102, VT 19 103 and VT 19 110 (see RE 29 768) Enclosed card holder VT 12 302 (see RE 30 103) Open card holder VT 3002-2X/48 (see RE 29 928) only for mounting into a control cabinet!

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Ordering details
When ordering as a complete amplifier

VT-VSPD-1 1X / V0 / 0
Digital amplifier for proportional valves without electrical position feedback Series 10 to 19 = 1X (10 to 19: unchanged technical data and connection allocation) V0 =

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Further details in clear text 0= Basis unit Basis unit

When ordering two individual components


1. Basis board:

VT-SWKD-1 1X / V0 / 0
Digital command value card Series 10 to 19 = 1X (10 to 19: unchanged technical data and connection allocation) 0= V0 =

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Further details in clear text Basis unit Basis unit

2. Daughter board:

VT-TSPD-1 1X / V0 / 0
Daughter board for the VT-VSPD amplifier, digital Series 10 to 19 (10 to 19: unchanged technical data and connection) = 1X V0 = 0=

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Further details in clear text Basis unit Basis unit

Attention! When fitting the daughter board onto the basic board, care must be taken that it is positioned correctly, otherwise both of the boards could be damaged. After configuration the combinations should be noted on the lable which is located on the rear surface of the card so that the card details can be identified. When the joined cards are initially switched on the data store (EEPROM), is reprogrammed, this takes approx. 1.5 mins. and is indicated by the flashing LEDs "select 1, 2, 4, 8". Communication with the amplifier card during this time is not possible.

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Functional description
The amplifier card is designed as a double sided printed circuit board of Euroformat 100 x 160 mm with a built-on daughter board. The basis board corresponds to the digital command value card VT-SWKD-1-1X (see RE 30 121). With the VT-TSPD-1-1X daughter board fitted the card is converted into an amplifier for proportional valves without electrical position feedback. The amplifier has a switched mode power supply which provides all of the necessary internal voltages [4]. The central unit of the amplifier forms a micro-controller that controls the entire sequence as well as the control of the current. Card specific data (configuration, command values, parameters) is stored nonvolatile in an EEPROM [5]. Four binary coded digital inputs are used to call-up parameter sets (command values) from the memory, in which a maximum of 16 sets can be stored. A call-up activates the current command value with the associated ramp times and the parameters for the sequence control, that is if these are activated. Further control inputs have the following functions: "Command valid": Enable of the parameter set via the actual call-up and isolating the sequence control (H-active) "Ramp": Activation of the ramp generator (H-active) "Enable": Activation of the outputs (L/H edges or H-active) Note: H-active = High-active (level 15 V to UB) L-active = Low-active (level 0 to 2 V) L/H edge = LowHigh edge The amplifier card has two current regulators for the control of the solenoid currents of a proportional valve. The command value can be applied by digital command value callups and/or via analogue inputs. The analogue intput E1 (b14/16) [1] is used for command values of 10 V, 20 mA or 0 to 20 mA, the analogue input E6 (b22/b24) [2] for command values of 4 to 20 mA. Input E1 is configured by the Hardware (jumper for switching to current/voltage) and via Software (selection of the current interface). The digital command value is added to the analogue command value dependent on its pre-fix. The command value input can be varied via an input adjustment of the gain and corrected in the offset [12]. The command value sum is passed to a ramp generator [13], that can optionally be configured for seperated acceleration and deceleration ramps or as an S-ramp. A positive command value results in a current increase at solenoid "b"; a negative command value results in a current increase at solenoid"a". The characteristic curve generator [14] carries out the matching of the command value to the selected valve. The characteristic curve generator [14] and the clock generator [11] are automatically programmed during valve selection, this is valid for all of the Rexroth valves. To be able to freely select a valve, it is possible to freely programme the characteristic curve generator and the clock generator ("user defined"). The matched command value is made available at measurement socket 3 and the blade connector (connection d32) as an "internal command value". Monitoring of the digital inputs, the control of both of the switched outputs, the fault output [8] as well as all of the internal functions is carried out via a control logic [15]. Sequence control As an option it is possible to activate a sequence control, which automatically calls-up command values to programmable times and in a programmable sequence. The signal "command valid" has to be set to inactive (L-level), otherwise the command value call-ups via the inputs "command call-up1, 2, 4, 8" have priority. Enable and fault messages Dependent on the configuration of the enable input the control is activated by a L/H edge or an H-level at the enable input. If no command value call-up is active then the digital call-up 0 is set. An error logic recognises a control deviation, a cable break at the command value input for 4 to 20 mA and an inactive enable. In the case of a fault a failure message (opened relay contact [8]) is sent and is optically displayed by the LED "error" on the front plate. The LEDs "select 1, 2, 4, 8" show in the case of a fault an error code. It is possible to so configure the enable that an inactive enable input is not displayed as a fault.

Programming and diagnosics The selection of the valve which is to be controlled, as well as the selection and configuration of the command value input, the ramp generator, the enable input, the activation of the sequence control as well as the command value parameters is carried out via the serial interface [6], the MDSM plug [7] which is located at the front or via the blade connector using the PC-Software BODIV (SYS-DIGVEN-BODIV-01), the operator panel BF-1 (VT 12 323) or the operators box BB-3 (VT 12 321).

Display elements and measurement sockets The front plate of the command value card is fitted with measurement sockets for the internal command value and the solenoid currents. Measurement socket "1": not allocated Measurement socket "2": not allocated Measurement socket "3": internal command value Measurement socket "4": not allocated Measurement socket "Ia": current solenoid "a" (1 V 1A) Measurement socket "Ib": current solenoid "b" (1 V 1A) Measurement socket "GND": reference potential (corresponds to connection z32) The following conditions are displayed by the LEDs: LED "power" (green): internal power supply LED "error" (red): fault message LED "start" (yellow): enable of the amplifier card LEDs "select 1, 2, 4, 8" (yellow): actual command value call-up / error code for an active fault [ ] = cross reference to the block circuit diagram on page 4

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Block circuit diagram / connection allocation

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Jumper J5/7

Micro-controller 1

GND 3 d32 Output internal command value ( 10 V) 1 2 Solenoid "a"

Input E1 ( 10 V, 20 mA, 0 to 20 mA)

b14 b16 z10

u(i) u

13 2 12
+

14

9 PI
Ia

10 u i

z2 z4

Input E6 (4 to 20 mA)

b22 b24

i u

Command call-up 1 Command call-up 2 Command call-up 4 Command call-up 8 Command valid Ramp Enable

d2 d4 d6 d8 d10 d12 d18

3
Command value call-up

Ib

15 9
Control logic

PI 11 u 10

z6 z8

1 2

Solenoid "b"

start

3
d20 b32
select 1 select 4 select 2 select 8

Recommendation: also screen the solenoid cable! Solenoid "a" active (50 mA) Solenoid "b" active (50 mA) Fault message contact 1 (100 mA at 24 V) Fault message contact 2 (100 mA at 24 V) RS 485 (+) RS 485 ()

d22 error d26 d24 d28

+ UB 0V System earth

z30 z32 z20 2200 F

DC DC 4
power

Memory EPROM 128k x 8 EEPROM 8k x 8

6 RS 485 7

UB

1 2 3 4 5

U/U or I/U convertor (jumper) I/U convertor Level convertor Switched mode power supply Programme and data memory

6 7 8 9 10

Serial interface Front MDSM plug Relay for fault output PI-current controller (Software) Output stage

11 Adjustable clock generator 12 Input matching, gain and off-set (Software) 13 Ramp generator (Software) 14 Characteristic curve generator (Software) 15 Control (Software)

Measurement sockets: 1, 2, 4 Not allocated 3 Internal command value Ia Solenoid current "a" Solenoid current "b" Ib GND Reference potential (0 V)

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Technical data (for applications outside these parameters, please consult us!)

Operating voltage Functional range: upper limiting value lower limiting value Current consumption Fuse Digital inputs

UB uB(t)max u B(t)min Imax IS U

24 VDC + 40 % 10 %

35 V 21 V 2.3 A (dependent on the valve selected) 4 A T (not replaceable) log 0 = 0 to 2 V log 1 = 15 V to U B 10 V (Re = 100 k) 20 mA; 4 to 20 mA or 0 to 20 mA (R e = 100 ) 2 to 20 1) 0 to 2.5 A 1) (clocked) 100 to 1000 Hz 1) 0.3 ms 100 s (1000 s from BODIV, version 1.3 and BB-3/BF-1, version 3.7) RS 485 (front plate and plug connector) 48-pin blade connector, DIN 41 612, form F Euro card 100 x 160 mm, DIN 41 494

Analogue inputs

U I R I f T tmax

Solenoid nominal resistance (20C) Output current Output stage clock frequency Sampling time Ramp time Serial interface Type of connection Card dimensions Front plate dimensions: height width conductor side width component side Permissible operating temperature range Storage temperatuare range Weight
1)

3 HE (128.4 mm) 1 TE (5.08 mm) 7 TE

0 to 50 C 20 to + 70 C 0.2 kg

Dependent on valve type or within the range freely selectable when "user defined"

Note: For details regarding the environmental simulation test covering EMC (electro-magnetic compatibility), climate and mechanical loading see RE 30 301-U (declaration regarding environmental compatibility).

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Blade connector connection allocation

Pin 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32
1)

Row z Solenoid "a" + Solenoid "a" Solenoid "b" + Solenoid "b" Screen

Row b

Row d command call-up 1 command call-up 2 command call-up 4 command call-up 8 Command valid Ramp (H-active) (H-active) (H-active) (H-active) (H-active) (H-active)

command value E1 + 1) command value E1 1) enable System earth command value E6; 4 to 20 mA + command value E6; 4 to 20 mA solenoid "a" active (L H or H-active) 2) (H-active; 50 mA)

fault message contact 1 (100 mA at 24 V) 3) RS 485 + fault message contact 2 (100 mA at 24 V) 3) RS 485

UB: + 24 V L0: 0 V solenoid "b" active (H-active; 50mA)


2) 3)

internal command value output; 10 V

The input E1 is configured as a voltage or current interface via a jumper and via software configuration to 10 V, 20 mA or 0 to 20 mA.

Adjustable via configuration The fault message relay contact is opened when a fault is applied.

MDSM socket allocation on the front plate

1 6

+ UB 0 V (GND) Transmit/receive data ()

Transmit/receive data (+)

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Position and allocation of the jumpers and DIL switches

Setting for VT-VSPD Do not change! J1 J2 J3 J4 J5 J6 J7

Setting for VT-VSPD Do not change!

Address card
Address 0 Configuration of input E1 (d14/16) Address 1 E1 voltage E1 current Address 15

Address 31

Bus termination RS 485


Closed on individual cards or on the last card in a bus system, otherwise open.

Explanation:
Jumper open Jumper closed

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Unit dimensions
Basis board

(Dimensions in mm)
Daughter board

power start error select 1 select 2 select 4 select 8

3HE (128,4)

100

89

70

RS485
1 3 Ia GND 2 4 Ib GND

VTD 8TE (40,3) 7 12 141,5 165 195,5 9,5 2

Project / maintenance guidelines / additional information


The amplifier card must only be plugged in or removed when the power source is disconnected! When connecting the solenoids plugs fitted with free wheel diodes or LED displays must not be used! Measurements at the card must only be taken with instruments having Ri > 100 k! Use relays with gold plated contacts for switching command values (extra low voltages, extra low currents)! Always lay command value cables separately and with a screen; fit the screen on the card side to connection z10, the other end is to be left open (danger of earth loops)! For solenoid cables up to 50 meters long use cable type LiYCY 1.5 mm 2. For longer lengths, please consult us! Recommendation: Also screen the solenoid cables! For connecting the system earth use a highly flexible Cu-conductor (min. 2.5 mm2)! The system earth is an integral component of the amplifier EMC protection. This is where influences that come from the data and supply cables are diverted. This is only possible when the system earth itself does not cause any disturbances in the command value card. The distance to antenna cables, transmitters and radar systems must be at least 1 meter! Do not lay solenoid and signal cables in the vicinity of power cables! Due to the charging current of the smoothing capasitor on the card, the back-up fuses must be of the slow blowing type! Attention: When using the differential input, both inputs must be switched on or off simultaneously! If stored VT 12340 amplifier data sets are to be further used, then by using the communication programme BODIV (from version 1.5) it is possible to carry out a conversion of the data (in menu point convert data set). VT 12340 data sets that are stored in the operator box BB-3, can not be transferred into the VT-VSPD amplifier! Note: Electrical signals generated via control electronics (e.g. signal "fault message") must not be used for switching safety-relevant machine functions! (See also the European standard "Safety requirements for fluid power systems and components hydraulics", prEN 982)

Mannesmann Rexroth AG Rexroth Hydraulics D-97813 Lohr am Main Jahnstrae 3-5 D-97816 Lohr am Main Telefon 0 93 52 / 18-0 Telefax 0 93 52 / 18-10 40 Telex 6 89 418-0

Mannesmann Rexroth Limited Cromwell Road, St. Neots, Huntingdon, Cambs. PE19 2ES Tel: (01480) 476041 Fax: (01480) 219052 The specified data is for product description purposes only and may not be deemed to be guaranteed unless expressly confirmed in the contract.

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