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|Place Of Origin:||Japan||Power:||1150W|
ewing machine servo motor,
electric servo motor
Sigma 5 Yaskawa Electric AC Servo Motor 1150W 7.3A 200V 2000r/min SGMDH-12A2A-YRA1
|Place of Origin||Japan|
|SGMDH-056A2A-YR25||SGMDH056A2AYR25 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-06A2||SGMDH06A2 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-06A2A-TR25||SGMDH06A2ATR25 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-06A2A-YR||SGMDH06A2AYR SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-06A2A-YR11||SGMDH06A2AYR11 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-06A2A-YR12||SGMDH06A2AYR12 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-06A2A-YR13||SGMDH06A2AYR13 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-06A2A-YR14||SGMDH06A2AYR14 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-06A2A-YR24||SGMDH06A2AYR24 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-06A2A-YR25||SGMDH06A2AYR25 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-06A2A-YR26||SGMDH06A2AYR26 2.63NM 550W 4AMP 2000RPM 200V||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-12A2||SGMDH12A2 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-12A2A-YA14||SGMDH12A2AYA14 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-12A2A-YR||SGMDH12A2AYR SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-12A2A-YR12||SGMDH12A2AYR12 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-12A2A-YR13||SGMDH12A2AYR13 AC 2000RPM 1150W 200V 7.3AMP 5.49NM||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-12A2A-YR14||SGMDH12A2AYR14 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-12A2A-YR15||SGMDH12A2AYR15 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-12A2A-YR21||SGMDH12A2AYR21 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-12A2A-YRA1||SGMDH12A2AYRA1 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-13A2A-YR23||SGMDH13A2AYR23 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-20A2A21||SGMDH20A2A21 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-22A2||SGMDH22A2 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-22A2A-YR11||SGMDH22A2AYR11 SIGMA II 2.2KW L/U AXIS SK45X||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-22A2A-YR12||SGMDH22A2AYR12 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-22A2A-YR13||SGMDH22A2AYR13 SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-22A2A-YR13YA||SGMDH22A2AYR13YA SERVO MOTOR||yaskawa|
|SGMDH-22A2A-YR14||SGMDH22A2AYR14 SERVO MOTOR|
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|Yasakawa Motor, Driver SG-||Mitsubishi Motor HC-,HA-|
|Westinghouse Modules 1C-,5X-||Emerson VE-,KJ-|
|Honeywell TC-,TK-||GE Modules IC -|
|Fanuc motor A0-||Yokogawa transmitter EJA-|
(a) Motor Frame
Always connect servomotor frame terminal FG to the SERVOPACK ground terminal . Also be sure to ground the ground terminal .
If the servomotor is grounded via the machine, a switching noise current will flow from the SERVOPACK power unit through motor stray capacitance. The above grounding is required to prevent the adverse effects of switching noise.
(b) SynqNet Communication Cable
Make sure to keep the box or power line separate from the SynqNet communication cable because the cable is easily influenced by noise.
If noise is a problem, coil the communication cable two turns around the ferrite cores on the SERVOPACK end and the controller end. Refer to the following diagram.
(c) Noise on the Reference Input Line
If the reference input line receives noise, ground the 0 V line (SG) of the reference input line. If the main circuit wiring for the motor is accommodated in a metal conduit, ground the conduit and its junction box. For all grounding, ground at one point only.
All grounds must be made to only one point in the system.
Using Noise Filters
Use an inhibit type noise filter to prevent noise from the power supply line. The following table lists recommended noise filters for each SERVOPACK model.
Install a noise filter on the power supply line for peripheral equipment as necessary.
Align the shaft of the Servomotor with that of the equipment to be controlled, then connect the shafts with couplings. Install the Servomotor so that alignment accuracy falls within the range shown below.
If the shafts are not aligned properly, vibration will occur, resulting in damage to the bearings.
Mechanical shock to the shaft end must be less than 98m/s2 (10G) and must be applied no more than twice.
Design the mechanical system so that thrust load and radial load applied to the servomotor shaft end during operation falls within the range shown in the following table.
Install the Servopack perpendicular to the wall as shown in the figure.
The Servopack must be orientated as shown in the figure because it is designed to be cooled by natural convection.
• Firmly secure the Servopack through three or four mounting holes.
a) Install Servopack perpendicular to the wall so that the front panel (containing connectors) faces outward.
b) Provide sufficient space around each Servopack to allow cooling by natural convection.
c) When installing Servopacks side by side, provide at least 10 mm space between them and at least 50 mm space above and below them as shown in the figure above. Install cooling fans above the Servopacks to prevent the temperature around each Servopack from increasing excessively and also to maintain the temperature inside the control panel evenly.
d) Maintain the following conditions inside the control panel:
• Ambient temperature for Servopack: 0 to 55°C
• Humidity: 90%RH or less • Vibration: 0.5G (4.9 m/s2)
• Condensation and freezing: None • Ambient temperature to ensure long-term reliability: 45°C or less
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