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Equipotential Bonding

4.2 Equipotential bonding of external components

Control components in different cabinets
If the control cabinets (e.g. control panel, DMP modules) are not housed in the
same cabinet as the associated central device, then the potentials of the cabinets
or the respective central earthing bars must be interconnected:
a) Through a good conducting screw connection of the cabinet housing with each
other or, if this is not possible
b) Through connection of the respective central earthing bars by means of an
equipotential bonding conductor.
Points to bear in mind:
Cross-section of the equipotential bonding lines ≥ 10mm
The distance between the equipotential bonding line and signal connection
lines must be as short as possible (bundle the lines).
Equipotential bonding by meshing via the rear panel of the cabinet
Central earthing bar
Fig. 4-1
4-22
Component 1
XXX
Component 2
XXX
Component 3
1)
Component 4
(SIMODRIVE)
XXX
XXX
CPU cubicle
Central earthing connector
Bild A
Equipotential bonding by meshing
EMC Installation Guideline – Planning Guide (EMV) – 03.2004 Edition
Component 5
Component 6
Operator panel
P
2)
To motor housing
= Large-area conductive
XXX
connection to cabinet housing
1) = Short equipment bonding conductor
with insulated component housing mountings
2) = PE conductor in motor cable, also used as
equipotential bonding conductor
P = Equipotential bonding line
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2
Cu.
XXX
XXX

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