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Planning Guide 03/2004 Edition
EMC Installation Guideline
SINUMERIK, SIROTEC, SIMODRIVE
SIMOTION, SINAMICS S120

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  • Page 1 Planning Guide 03/2004 Edition EMC Installation Guideline SINUMERIK, SIROTEC, SIMODRIVE SIMOTION, SINAMICS S120...
  • Page 3 EMC Installation Guideline Equipotential Bonding Control Cabinet Planning Guide Structure Wiring and Shielding Filtration Troubleshooting and Fault Elimination Electrostatically Sensitive Assemblies Valid for (ESA) SINUMERIK EMC Law and CE SIROTEC SIMODRIVE Mark SIMOTION SINAMICS S120 Health Protection Index 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 4 Trademarks SIMATIC®, SIMATIC HMI®, SIMATIC NET®, SIROTEC®, SINUMERIK® and SIMODRIVE® are registered trademarks of Siemens AG. IBM® is a registered trademark of International Business Corporation. MS-DOS® and WINDOWS are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Other product names used in this documentation may be trademarks which, if used by third parties, could infringe the rights of their owners.
  • Page 5 © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 6 Motion Control Systems: http://www.siemens.com/motioncontrol Finding your way around To assist you in your orientation, you have a table of contents and an index. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 7 Notice Used without the safety alert symbol indicates a potential situation which, if not avoided, may result in an undesirable result or state. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 8 This symbol appears in this documentation whenever the machine manufacturer can influence or modify the described functional behavior. Please observe the information provided by the machine manufacturer! © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved viii EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    7.1 Interference suppression of inductors........... 7-45 7.2 Filter ....................7-46 8 Troubleshooting and Fault Elimination ........8-49 8.1 Troubleshooting ................8-49 8.2 Fault clearance................8-49 © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 10 10.1 Notes on the EMC rule..............10-55 10.2 Notes for machine manufacturers..........10-56 10.3 CE mark/EU declaration of conformity........10-56 11 Health Protection ................11-59 I Index....................I-61 © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 11: Introduction

    · to use the accessories provided in the product-specific documentation (e.g. ready-made wiring) or equivalent. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 1-11 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 12 Introduction Notes © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 1-12 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 13: Emc Basic Rules

    Never route signal lines on devices which produce strong magnetic fields. (e.g. motors, transformers). · If possible, insert the signal/data lines at only one level (e.g. only from below) into the cabinet. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 2-13 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 14 Measures must be taken in buildings, rooms and electrical devices for the protection of the electrical appliances against overvoltage, caused by lightning strikes. Therefore we recommend you to contact your Siemens office or the relevant specialist firms. Handling of components susceptible to electrostatic damage ·...
  • Page 15: Interference Spreading

    (interfering object) (interfered device) e.g. setpoint cabel e.g. drive unit, motor, e.g. positioning control, inductivity numerical control Fig. 3-1 Electromagnetic environment © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 3-15 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 16: Interference Sources

    Whistling is audible Fax machines, power Mains second harmonics Fuse case or defect in the power supply supply units unit, whistling is audible © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 3-16 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 17: Coupling Paths

    • Spark paths (spark plugs, Interference electromagnetic wave induces collectors of electric motors, source currents and voltages. welding equipment) Radiated coupling path Interference sink © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 3-17 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 18: Equipotential Bonding

    Missing or incorrectly wired compensation line controls • Missing or incorrect earthing • Inappropriate spatial arrangement • Components not mounted securely • Unfavourable cabinet structure © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 3-18 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 19: Equipotential Bonding

    Here a short potential connection to the respective earth (reference potential) is sufficient. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 4-19 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 20: Equipotential Bonding In Built-in Cabinets

    • The corrosion resistance of the earth connections must be ensured, particularly in respect of contact corrosion and resistance against external influences. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 4-20 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 21 The line lengths of the equipotential bonding lines must be as short as possible. • Cross-section of the equipotential bonding lines ≥ 10mm © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 4-21 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 22: Equipotential Bonding Of External Components

    2) = PE conductor in motor cable, also used as equipotential bonding conductor P = Equipotential bonding line Bild A Fig. 4-1 Equipotential bonding by meshing © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 4-22 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 23 (bundle the lines!). The interference surface between the lines must be kept as small as possible. Cross-section: Cross-section of the equipotential bonding lines ≥ 10mm © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 4-23 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 24 Relay adapters components Actual-value encoder Earthing bar = Large-area, conductive connection to earthed housing Fig. 4-3 Arrangement of equipotential bonding lines in groups © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 4-24 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 25: Examples Of Equipotential Bonding

    *) With I/RF module **) With U/E module Fig. 4-4 Equipotential bonding in the SINUMERIK FM NC with SIMODRIVE 611 © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 4-25 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 26 PE is also used as equipotential bonding conductor With I/RF module With U/E module Fig. 4-5 Equipotential bonding in the SINUMERIK 840C with SIMODRIVE 611 © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 4-26 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 27 Version-dependent connection *) With I/RF module With U/E module Fig. 4-6 Equipotential bonding in the SINUMERIK 840D with SIMODRIVE 611 © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 4-27 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 28 Keyboard I/O module ET200 SINAMICS SITOP Power supply terminal Machines Machine bed Fig. 4-7 Equipotential bonding in the SIMOTION P350 and SINAMICS © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 4-28 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 29: Control Cabinet Structure

    Example: Interference signal = 500 MHz ½ wavelength = 30 cm Interference signal = 1000 MHz Þ ½ wavelength = 15 cm © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 5-29 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 30 The correct connection of the shield is essential for the EMC quality of the entire system. EMC control cabinets from Siemens The Siemens department A&D offers EMC executions of control cabinets. These cabinets have a shield damping of approx. 60 dB, over a frequency range of 10 kHz to 1 GHz.
  • Page 31: Assembly Of The Components In The Control Cabinet

    Filter modules from A&D are suitable only for the interference suppression of A&D converters. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 5-31 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 32 The shield bus must be connected extensively to the supporting beams for putting on the line shields. Fig. 5-3 Example: Assembly of the shield bus © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 5-32 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 33: Wiring, Shielding And Earthing

    · Do not break the shields. · For further information, see the chapter “Cable running and shielding”. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 5-33 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 34 Control Cabinet Structure Notes © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 5-34 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 35: Wiring And Shielding

    · Provide lightning protection (internal and external lightning protection) and earthing measures as far as they are applicable to the application case. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 6-35 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 36 The plugs must be attached firmly to the components. · Use special lines for cable installations which are suitable for this purpose. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 6-36 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 37: Shielding

    It is also possible to provide only one earthing bar, which simultaneously serves as the equipotential bonding bus. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 6-37 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 38: Basic Rules For The Shield Connection Of Simple Shielded Lines

    It must be calculated with interference couplings with a single-sided shield connection. Shield connection (large scale) Fig. 6-2 Double-sided shield connection © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 6-38 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 39 (large scale) with potential potential- reference free Potential formation here Potential formation here Fig. 6-3 One-sided connected shield with transmitter sided potential formation © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 6-39 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 40: Shielding Measures With Power Lines

    Negligence can result in the presence of hazardous contact voltages on the unearthed shields and cores. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 6-40 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 41: Further Conduction Of The Line Shield At The Interruption Point

    The following picture shows the principal structure of such an arrangement. Connecting bar Shielding buses Terminals Shield bond Fig. 6-5 Shield treatment with terminal strips © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 6-41 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 42: Example Of Shield Connections

    Shield contacting by means of shield connection clamp at the shield connection plate Caution Danger of crushing with overtightening of the screws of the terminals (Order No. 8US1921-2AC00 and 8US1921-2BC00). © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 6-42 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 43 Contacting by means of cable clamp. metallic blank comb/indentation bars. Order No.: J48028 Fig. 6-9 Shield connection by means of hose and cable clamp © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 6-43 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 44 Wiring and Shielding Notes © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 6-44 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 45: Filtration

    On assemblies are only suitable for the wiring of the line inductivity. They do not replace the direct coil wiring. · The coil wiring must be performed directly on the coil. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 7-45 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 46: Filter

    Painted control cabinet walls, hat rails or similar assembly aids with a small contact surface and low potential link are not suitable for the assembly of the converter and filter. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 7-46 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 47 Hazardous contact voltages on the unearthed shields and cores may arise if this warning is disregarded. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 7-47 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 48 Filtration Notes © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 7-48 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 49: Troubleshooting And Fault Elimination

    · Increasing the noise immunity of the influenced appliance by means of filters, shielded housing etc. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 8-49 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 50 (analog setpoint) Foreign drive control: Setpoint input of the Change the input wiring of the drive control drive control does not suit the Siemens (according to the wiring of the Siemens drive EMC concept controls) Flickering screen Adjacent magnetic field-producing device ·...
  • Page 51: Electrostatically Sensitive Assemblies (esa)

    The damage which occurs on an assembly due to overvoltage cannot be detected immediately but becomes apparent only after longer time of operation. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 9-51 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 52: Electrostatic Charging Of Objects And People

    You can also use plastic boxes metallized on the outside, or uncoated cartons. Store electrostatically sensitive assemblies in high- impedance conductive packing. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 9-52 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 53: Basic Protective Measures Against Static Electricity Discharges

    When you are wearing ESD shoes or an ESD earthing strip, as long as you – are walking on an ESD floor, When you are not wearing man-made fibres or an ESD coat. – © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 9-53 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 54 (minimum distance to the screen 10 cm). ESD protective measures In the following picture, the ESD protective measures are again illustrated. Fig. 9-1 ESD protective measures © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 9-54 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 55: Emc Law And Ce Mark

    EMC thresholds are to be expected when using the machine, the EMC measurements must be repeated on site, if necessary. In this case, please contact your local Siemens office. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 10-55 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 56: Notes For Machine Manufacturers

    (see also DIN EN 292-1, paragraph 3.1). The Siemens controls are part of the electrical equipment of a machine and must therefore be integrated by the machine manufacturer into the EU declaration of conformity procedure.
  • Page 57 – the notes on individual components. – 3. give fundamental consideration to the relevant EMC Guidelines for these products. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 10-57 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 58 EMC Law and CE Mark Notes © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 10-58 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 59: Health Protection

    At a fundamental level, the operator must clarify whether wearers of pacemakers or metallic implants may be employed at the planned workplace without endangering their health. © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 11-59 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 60 Health Protection Notes © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved 11-60 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 61: I Index

    Hat bars ..........5-31 Data lines........2-13, 6-35 High-voltage lines ......... 6-35 Discharge current ......... 9-52 Discharging........... 9-53 Double-sided shield connection ... 6-38 © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved I-61 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 62 Operating devices ........ 5-30 Ventilation slots........5-30 Overvoltage .......... 2-14 Wiring ............ 7-45 Packaging..........9-52 Plug housing......... 6-41 Potential compensation bus ....2-13 © Siemens AG, 2004. All rights reserved I-62 EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition...
  • Page 63 Suggestions Siemens AG Corrections For Publication/Manual: A&D MC BMS P.O. Box 3180 EMC Installation Guideline D-91050 Erlangen, Germany Phone ++49-(0)180-5050-222 [Hotline] Manufacturer Documentation Fax +49-(0)9131-98-2176 [Documentation] Email: motioncontrol.docu@erlf.siemens.de From Planning Guide Name: Order No. 6FC5297-0AD30-0BP2 03.2004 Edition Should you come across any printing errors Company/Dept.
  • Page 66 Siemens AG Automation & Drives Motion Control Systems © Siemens AG, 2004 P. O. Box 3180, D – 91050 Erlangen Subject to change without prior notice Germany Order No.: 6FC5297-0AD30-0BP2 Printed in Germany www.siemens.com/motioncontrol...

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