SD2S Servo Amplifier
The Smart Drive Amplifier for Servo Applications
Powerful, flexible, low cost – these words describe the drive amplifier SD2S by SIEB & MEYER. The compact dimensions allow space-saving design of the switch cabinet. Linear motors, rotary servo motors, high-pole torque motors as well as synchronous/asynchronous tool spindles with or without sensor can be driven by SD2S. For the connection to a higher-ranking control analog reference values (+/-10 V) or pulse-direction values, CAN bus or Profibus* signals and protocols are processed. Alternatively, a CNC control can be connected via the bus system SERVOLINK 4. The communication via EtherCAT (CoE)** is optinally provided
* Via SERVOLINK respectively Anybus adapter.
** CoE = CAN over EtherCAT
Universal Motor Encoder Interface
SD2S evaluates all common measuring systems for rotary and linear motors. The drive controls systems with absolute value encoders with EnDat, Hiperface or SSI interface, encoders, magnetoresistive sensors, Hall effect sensors, linear Hall sensors, linear scales with 1Vpp or TTL level as well as resolvers.
The currently effective safety category 4 can be reached by the integrated restart lock. As external protective circuits can be reduced, system costs are minimized.
Function - Advantage - Benefit
Extensive drive functions
Function: Freely selectable drive functions, selectable drive functions SVC, V/f-PWM, HS-Block, Servo.
Advantage: The optimal drive function can be selected depending on the application requirements.
Benefit: Best system performance.
Universal motor encoder interface
Function: Resolver, encoder / linear scale (TTL or Sin/Cos), EnDat, Hiperface, SSI, Hall sensor, linear Hall sensor, magnetoresistive sensor, NAMUR sensor.
Advantage: High flexibility in the choice of the motor encoder interface.
Benefit: Low system costs, free choice of the motor manufacturer.
Function: As standard SD2S offers a highly precise evaluation of the active current.
Advantage: The evaluated data can be used to realize tool monitoring. These are for example detection of tool breakage, tool wear, gap eliminator (GAP and crash) and an optimal control of the feed rate during the manufacturing process.
Benefit: Low system costs, no need of cost-intensive monitoring sensors.