3/14/2018

Sinamics S210 Servodrive System Simplifies Motion Control

Originally titled 'Servodrive System Simplifies Motion Control'
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Siemens’ Sinamics S210 converter servodrive system is designed for use with the Simotics S-1FK2 motors and the converters come with integrated safety functions that enable engineering via motion technology objects in Simatic S7-1500 controllers. 

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Siemens Sinamics S210 converter servodrive system is designed for use with the Simotics S-1FK2 motors. The converters come with integrated safety functions and enable engineering via motion technology objects in Simatic S7-1500 controllers. They are connected to controllers via Profinet and are programmed by automatic motor parameterization and one-button tuning. 

The converter is commissioned using an integrated web server. One-button tuning functionality allows automatic optimization of control parameters, taking into consideration the behavior of the connected mechanics by different dynamic levels.

In conjunction with the sampling and smart control algorithms of the Sinamics S210, a high-grade encoder system on the Simotics 1FK2 motor and the combination of low rotor inertia and high overload capability, allow the servomotors to achieve outstanding dynamic performance and precision. Simotics 1FK2 motors are connected to the converters using a one-cable connection (OCC), which includes the power conductors, encoder signal and brake. 

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