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Hi.

We want the pin map of Housed DDR(D082M-22-1310).

However, no matter how i looked, I could not find it.

Please give me a pin map.

Thank you.

Application Note: Motor-Phasing/Wiring: Preferred Standard

S300 & S700-drive to KBM(s) frameless motor – series.

For PDF format: S300 or S700 to KBM - Std Motor Phasing for Pos FB CCW Rotation.pdf

Application Note: Motor-Phasing/wiring: non-standard, S300 or S700 - positive feedback count with a CW rotation as viewed from the lead exit end, for KBM(s) motor. 

S300 or S700 - drive to KBM(s) frameless motor, with non-standard connections.

Application Note: Motor-Phasing/Wiring: Preferred Standard

AKD-drive to KBM(s) frameless motor – series.

For PDF Format: AKD to KBM - Motor Phasing std Connection for Pos FB CCW Rotation.pdf

Application Note: Motor-Phasing/wiring: non-standard, AKD - positive feedback count with a CW rotation as viewed from the lead exit end, for KBM(s) motor.

AKD-drive to KBM frameless motor, with non-standard connections.

For PDF format: AKD to KBM - Motor Phasing Non-std Connection for Pos FB CW

In cases where the cable length is  >500mm or there are high level EMC requirements, observe the notes given below.

Connection

Use a shielded cable for DC-Bus link connection. The shield should be connected on both ends. The wires for DC+ and DC- (BRC wire with KCM-S as well) should be passed with one winding through a ferrite core close to the KCM (see graphics below).

Grounding

The ground wire should be passed through a ferrite core close to the KCM as well.

The machine receives an operational stop (disable) command and brakes the drive using the set braking ramp (STOPMODE and ACTFAULT parameters set to 1).

Bringing the motor to a standstill by interrupting the mains supply and using controlled electronic braking (STOPMODE and ACTFAULT parameters set to 1). The 24 V supply for the servo amplifier must remain constant.

Bringing the motor to a standstill by immediately switching off the amplifier power supply (STOPMODE and ACTFAULT parameters set to 1). The switching sequence is precisely determined by this circuit in order to avoid undesirable fault messages and servo amplifier failures.

My customer just bought an AKD drive and they would like to know the minimum wiring to get up and running. Where is the best place to get this information?