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  • Page 3 ___________________ Introduction ___________________ Safety information ___________________ Description SIMOTICS XP ___________________ Preparing for use Low-voltage motors 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, ___________________ Assembly 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 ___________________ Electrical connection Operating Instructions ___________________ Commissioning ___________________ Operation ___________________ Maintenance ___________________ Spare parts ___________________ Disposal ___________________...
  • Page 4 Note the following: WARNING Siemens products may only be used for the applications described in the catalog and in the relevant technical documentation. If products and components from other manufacturers are used, these must be recommended or approved by Siemens. Proper transport, storage, installation, assembly, commissioning, operation and maintenance are required to ensure that the products operate safely and without any problems.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Introduction ............................. 9 About these instructions......................9 Compiling personal documents ....................9 Safety information ..........................11 Information for those responsible for the plant or system ............11 The 5 safety rules ........................12 Qualified personnel ......................... 12 Safe handling ..........................
  • Page 6 Table of contents 3.3.10 Terminal box .......................... 32 3.3.11 Paint finish ..........................32 Preparing for use ..........................33 Safety-related aspects to consider when configuring the plant ..........33 Observing the operating mode ....................33 Machines without final paint coating ..................33 Delivery ..........................
  • Page 7 Table of contents 5.3.1 Repainting/touching up the paint finish of explosion-protected machines......59 5.3.2 Measures for alignment and mounting ................... 60 5.3.3 Flatness of the supporting surfaces for conventional motors ..........60 5.3.4 Machine frame mounting feet (special design) ............... 61 Installing the machine ......................
  • Page 8 Table of contents Commissioning ............................. 87 Measures before commissioning ................... 87 7.1.1 Insulation resistance and polarization index ................89 7.1.2 Testing the insulation resistance and polarization index ............90 7.1.3 Testing the cooling of the machine ..................92 7.1.4 Commissioning an external fan ....................93 7.1.5 Further documents .........................
  • Page 9 Table of contents 9.2.12 Risk of explosion due to damaged seals ................119 9.2.13 Drain condensate ........................120 9.2.14 Insulation resistance and polarization index ................. 120 9.2.15 Maintaining the external fan (forced ventilation) ..............121 9.2.16 Repainting ..........................122 9.2.16.1 Paint finish resistant to sea air ....................
  • Page 10 11.5 Dismantling the machine ...................... 160 11.6 Disposal of components ....................... 160 Service and support ..........................163 Siemens Industry Online Support ..................163 Further documents ....................... 163 Technical data ............................. 165 Tightening torques ....................... 165 B.1.1 Tightening torques for screw and bolt connections ............. 165 B.1.2...
  • Page 11: Introduction

    On the Internet pages in Industry Online Support you have the possibility of compiling personal documents using the function Documentation (https://support.industry.siemens.com/My/ww/en/documentation) Using the "Documentation" function, from Product Support manuals, you can compile your own "Documentation". However, you can also include other Product Support content such as FAQs or characteristics in the documentation that you compile.
  • Page 12 Introduction 1.2 Compiling personal documents Using the "Documentation" function, you can efficiently compile your own plant or system documentation. The "Documentation" compiled in a specific language can also be automatically exported in one of the other available languages. The full functionality is only available for registered users. 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ...
  • Page 13: Safety Information

    Safety information Information for those responsible for the plant or system This electric machine has been designed and built in accordance with the specifications contained in Directive 2014/35/EU ("Low-Voltage Directive") and is intended for use in industrial plants. Please observe the country-specific regulations when using the electric machine outside the European Community.
  • Page 14: The 5 Safety Rules

    Safety information 2.2 The 5 safety rules The 5 safety rules For your own personal safety and to prevent material damage when carrying out any work, always observe the safety-relevant instructions and the following five safety rules according to EN 50110-1 "Working in a voltage-free state". Apply the five safety rules in the sequence stated before starting work.
  • Page 15 Safety information 2.4 Safe handling Danger as a result of stationary parts under voltage (live parts) Live parts represent a hazard. Touch protection against active (live) parts is no longer guaranteed if covers are removed. The minimum clearance and creepage distances may be violated when coming close to live parts.
  • Page 16: Use In Hazardous Areas

    Safety information 2.5 Use in hazardous areas Noise emissions During operation, the machine's noise emission levels can exceed those permitted at the workplace, which can cause hearing damage. ● Ensure that nobody is in the area of increased noise emissions during machine operation. ●...
  • Page 17: Electrostatic Sensitive Devices

    Safety information 2.6 Electrostatic sensitive devices Ignition hazards The assessment of operating risks and local operating conditions and the necessary monitoring methods must be clarified and made binding by the system operator in consultation with the responsible supervisory authority. The required measures must be adhered to at all times.
  • Page 18: Electromagnetic Compatibility

    Safety information 2.7 Electromagnetic compatibility The necessary ESD protective measures for electrostatic sensitive devices are illustrated once again in the following drawings: a = conductive floor sur- b = ESD table c = ESD shoes face d = ESD overall e = ESD wristband f = cabinet ground connection Risk of explosion due to electrostatic discharge...
  • Page 19: Influence On The Line Power Supply Through A Strongly Irregular Torque

    Safety information 2.9 Influence on the line power supply through a strongly irregular torque Influence on the line power supply through a strongly irregular torque A strongly irregular torque, for example with the drive of a reciprocating motor, forces a non- sinusoidal motor current.
  • Page 20 Safety information 2.12 Special conditions for explosion-proof machines If the three-phase motor is cooled using a external fan, then it must be carefully ensured that the motor can only be operated with the cooling switched on. When commissioning, it must be carefully ensured that when fed from a converter, no inadmissibly high overvoltages occur at the motor terminals.
  • Page 21: Description

    Description Area of application The rotating electrical motors of this series are used as industrial drives. They are designed for a wide range of drive applications both for line operation as well as in conjunction with frequency converters. They are characterized by their high power density, extreme robustness, long service life and outstanding reliability.
  • Page 22 Description 3.1 Area of application Use in hazardous areas Explosion-proof electrical machines correspond to standards of the IEC/EN 60034 and IEC/EN 60079 series. Only operate the machine in hazardous areas, strictly complying with the specifications of the responsible supervisory authority. The relevant supervisory authority is responsible for determining the hazard level of each area and classifying the zones.
  • Page 23: Rating Plates

    Description 3.2 Rating plates Rating plates Rating plate The rating plate shows the identification data and the most important technical data. The data on the rating plate and the contractual agreements define the limits of proper usage. Data on the rating plate Item Description Item...
  • Page 24: Installation

    Description 3.3 Installation Line operation (DOL) rating plate Converter operation (VSD) rating plate Installation Machine design The regulations and standards used as the basis to design and test this machine are stamped on the rating plate. The machine design basically complies with the subsequent standards. Please refer to the EU Declaration of Conformity for the versions of the harmonized standards referenced.
  • Page 25: Regulations

    Description 3.3 Installation 3.3.1 Regulations Table 3- 1 Applicable general regulations Feature Standard Dimensioning and operating behavior EN / IEC 60034-1 GOST R IEC 60034-1 Procedure for determining the losses and the efficiency EN / IEC 60034-2-1 GOST R of rotating electrical machines and inspections EN / IEC 60034-2-2 IEC 60034-2-1 EN / IEC 60034-2-3...
  • Page 26: Cooling And Ventilation

    Description 3.3 Installation Feature Standard Electrical equipment for use in the presence of com- EN / IEC 60079-17 GOST 30852 16 - bustible dust - Part 17: Inspection and maintenance of 2002 electrical systems in hazardous areas (except under- ground excavation) Electrical equipment for hazardous gas atmospheres, EN / IEC 60079-19 GOST 30852 18 -...
  • Page 27: Bearings

    Description 3.3 Installation 3.3.3 Bearings In order to support the machine shaft and maintain its position in the non-moving part of the machine, only 2 rolling bearings are used. One rolling bearing performs the function of a location bearing that transfers axial and radial forces from the rotating machine shaft to the non-moving part of the machine.
  • Page 28: Types Of Construction/method Of Installation

    Description 3.3 Installation 3.3.5 Types of construction/method of installation The type of construction of the machine is stated on the rating plate. Table 3- 3 Type of construction Basic type of construc- Diagram Other methods of in- Diagram tion code stallation IM B3 (IM 1001) IM V5 (IM 1011)
  • Page 29: Degree Of Protection

    Description 3.3 Installation Basic type of construc- Diagram tion code IM B35 (IM 2001) IM B34 (IM 2101) Types of construction/Installation conditions for explosion-proof machines The type of construction of the machine is stated on the rating plate. In the case of explosion-proof machines where the shaft extensions point downwards (types of construction IM V5, IM V1 or IM V18 ) a protective top cover is mandatory.
  • Page 30: Environmental Conditions

    Description 3.3 Installation 3.3.7 Environmental conditions Limit values for the standard version Relative humidity for ambient temperature Max. 55 % 40 °C Ambient temperature -20 °C to +40 °C Installation altitude ≤ 1000 m Air with normal oxygen content, usually 21 % ( The standard machines are not suitable for use in corrosive atmospheres, atmospheres with a high salt content, or outdoor applications.
  • Page 31: Class

    Description 3.3 Installation DANGER Risk of explosion during operation due to too high surface temperature This can result in death, serious injury, or material damage. • Prevent the maximum surface temperature from being exceeded by maintaining the specified operating conditions. •...
  • Page 32: Zone 2, Type Of Protection Increased Safety Ex "ec" Or Non Sparking "na

    Description 3.3 Installation 3.3.9.2 Zone 2, type of protection increased safety Ex "ec" or Non sparking "nA" ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ① ⑪ ② ⑫ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ⑬ ① CE - or EAC marking ②...
  • Page 33: Zone 21 With Type Of Protection Ex Tb Iiic Db (equipment Dust Explosion Protection Provided By The Enclosure "t")

    Description 3.3 Installation 3.3.9.3 Zone 21 with type of protection Ex tb IIIC Db (equipment dust explosion protection provided by the enclosure "t") 0158 IIIC T125°C ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ⑪ IIIC T125°C ① ②...
  • Page 34: Zone 22 With Type Of Protection Ex Tc Iiib Dc (equipment Dust Explosion Protection Provided By The Enclosure "t")

    Description 3.3 Installation 3.3.9.4 Zone 22 with type of protection Ex tc IIIB Dc (equipment dust explosion protection provided by the enclosure "t") IIIB T125°C ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩ IIIB T125°C ① ⑪ ② ⑥...
  • Page 35: Preparing For Use

    Preparing for use Good planning and preparation of machine applications are essential in terms of keeping installation simple and avoiding errors, ensuring safe operation, and allowing access to the machine for servicing and corrective maintenance. This chapter outlines what you need to consider when configuring your plant in relation to this machine and the preparations you need to make before the machine is delivered.
  • Page 36: Delivery

    The drive systems are put together on an individual basis. When you take receipt of the delivery, please check immediately whether the items delivered are in accordance with the accompanying documents. Siemens will not accept any claims relating to items missing from the delivery and which are submitted at a later date.
  • Page 37 Preparing for use 4.5 Transport and storage WARNING Toppling over or slipping of the motor The motor can slide or topple over if it is not correctly lifted or transported. This can result in death, serious injury, or material damage. •...
  • Page 38: Storage

    Preparing for use 4.5 Transport and storage 4.5.1 Storage Storing outdoors NOTICE Damage to the motor Damage can occur if incorrectly stored. Take all precautions to protect the motor under extreme climatic conditions, e.g. salt-laden and/or dusty, moist/humid atmospheres. Choose a dry storage location which is safe from flooding and free from vibration. Repair any damage to the packaging before putting the equipment into storage if this is necessary to ensure proper storage conditions.
  • Page 39 Preparing for use 4.5 Transport and storage WARNING Risk of explosion due to damaged sealing materials Storing the machine at temperatures that do not fall within the specified limits can damage the material of the seals and cause them to fail. As a result, a potentially explosive gaseous atmosphere can enter the machine and be ignited during commissioning.
  • Page 40: Securing The Rotor

    Preparing for use 4.5 Transport and storage 4.5.2 Securing the rotor Depending on the version, the machine is fitted with a rotor shipping brace. This protects the bearings against damage due to shock and vibration during transport or storage. NOTICE Motor damage due to vibrations Not using the rotor shipping brace can cause damage to the machine if it is jolted during transport or storage.
  • Page 41 Preparing for use 4.5 Transport and storage Alternative rotor bracing ● If you transport the machine after the output element has been pulled on, then you must axially fix the rotor in another way. ① ② Sleeve Shaft screw and washer Figure 4-1 Axial fastening of the rotor Thread in the shaft extension...
  • Page 42: Commissioning After Storage

    Preparing for use 4.5 Transport and storage 4.5.3 Commissioning after storage 4.5.3.1 Insulation resistance and polarization index Measuring the insulation resistance and polarization index (PI) provides information on the condition of the machine. It is therefore important to check the insulation resistance and the polarization index at the following times: ●...
  • Page 43: Ensure Adequate Cooling

    Preparing for use 4.6 Ensure adequate cooling Ensure adequate cooling WARNING Overheating and failure of the motor Death, severe injury or material damage can occur if you do not carefully observe the following points. • Do not obstruct ventilation. • Prevent the air expelled by neighboring equipment from being immediately sucked in again.
  • Page 44 Preparing for use 4.6 Ensure adequate cooling Table 4- 1 Air guidance Incorrect Correct Minimum dimension "x" for the distance between neighboring modules and the air intake of the ma- chine 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 45: Thermal Protection

    Preparing for use 4.7 Thermal protection Table 4- 2 Minimum dimension "X" for the distance between adjacent modules and the air intake of the machine Shaft height 63 ... 71 80 ... 100 180 ... 200 225 ... 250 280 ... 315 Thermal protection Protect explosion-protected machines against overload according to IEC / EN 60079-14, Section "Rotating electrical machines".
  • Page 46: Interlock Circuit For Anti-condensation Heating

    Preparing for use 4.8 Interlock circuit for anti-condensation heating Converter ● Always operate explosion-protected machines fed from converters with temperature sensors that directly monitor the temperature. ● Converter operation for these machines must be expressly certified. It is essential that you observe the specific manufacturer's information and instructions.
  • Page 47: Voltage And Frequency Fluctuations During Line Operation

    Preparing for use 4.10 Voltage and frequency fluctuations during line operation 4.10 Voltage and frequency fluctuations during line operation Unless stated otherwise on the rating plate, the permissible voltage/frequency fluctuation is corresponds to range B in IEC / EN 60034-1. Material damage due to excessively high winding temperature rise Do not exceed the winding temperature tolerances.
  • Page 48: System-inherent Frequencies

    Preparing for use 4.12 System-inherent frequencies 4.12 System-inherent frequencies Excessively high vibration levels and system resonances can damage the machine set. ● Configure and match the system consisting of the foundation and machine set in such a way that no system resonances can arise and result in the permissible vibration levels being exceeded.
  • Page 49: Converter Operation

    C (IVIC C = high stress). If voltage peaks higher than those specified according to IVIC C can occur, then observe the data in the respective Catalog (http://w3app.siemens.com/mcms/infocenter/content/en/Pages/order_form.aspx): ● For a line voltage (converter input voltage) up to max. 480 V and operation connected to a SINAMICS G / SINAMICS S converter with uncontrolled/controlled infeed: Comply with the guidelines for configuring motor and converter.
  • Page 50: Reducing Bearing Currents For Converter Operation

    Preparing for use 4.14 Converter operation 4.14.3 Reducing bearing currents for converter operation Taking the following actions will reduce the bearing currents: ● Ensure that the contacts are made over a large area. Solid copper cables are not suitable for high-frequency grounding because of the skin effect. Equipotential bonding conductors: Use equipotential bonding conductors: ●...
  • Page 51: Insulated Bearings When Operated With A Converter

    ● In the overall system, set up a properly meshed grounding system with low impedance. ● Use the common-mode filter (damping cores) at the converter output. The Siemens sales representative is responsible for selection and dimensioning.
  • Page 52: Tandem Operation

    Preparing for use 4.14 Converter operation Tandem operation If you connect two motors in series in "tandem operation", install an insulated coupling between the motors. ① ④ Driving machine Insulated bearings ② ⑤ Motor Insulated tachometer fitting ③ ⑥ Coupling Insulated coupling Figure 4-3 Schematic representation of a tandem drive...
  • Page 53: Assembly

    Assembly Observe the following when carrying out any work on the machine: ● Comply with the general safety instructions (Page 11) ● Comply with the applicable national and sector-specific regulations. ● When using the machine within the European Union, comply with the specifications laid down in EN 50110-1 regarding safe operation of electrical equipment.
  • Page 54: Insulation Resistance

    Assembly 5.1 Preparing for installation Note Note also the technical data on the rating plates on the motor enclosure. NOTICE Damage to the motor To avoid material damage, before commissioning, check whether the correct direction of rotation of the machine has been set on the customer side, e.g. by decoupling from the driven load.
  • Page 55: Testing The Insulation Resistance And Polarization Index

    Assembly 5.1 Preparing for installation 5.1.2.2 Testing the insulation resistance and polarization index WARNING Hazardous voltage at the terminals During and immediately after measuring the insulation resistance or the polarization index (PI) of the stator winding, hazardous voltages may be present at some of the terminals. Contact with these can result in death, serious injury or material damage.
  • Page 56 Assembly 5.1 Preparing for installation Conversion to the reference temperature When measuring with winding temperatures other than 40° C, convert the measuring value to the reference temperature of 40° C according to the following equations from IEEE 43- 2000. Insulation resistance converted to 40° C reference temperature Temperature coefficient according to equation (2) ·...
  • Page 57: Mounting And Installed The Machine

    Assembly 5.2 Mounting and installed the machine NOTICE Damage to insulation If the critical insulation resistance is reached or undershot, this can damage the insulation and cause voltage flashovers. • Contact the service center (Page 163). • If the measured value is close to the critical value, you must subsequently check the insulation resistance at shorter intervals.
  • Page 58: Balancing

    Assembly 5.2 Mounting and installed the machine If the certification is supplemented by an X, please note the special conditions in the EC type examination certificate. Special conditions for explosion-proof machines (Page 17) ● When installing electrical systems in hazardous zones, observe EN/IEC 60079-14 and the corresponding country regulations.
  • Page 59: Mounting And Withdrawing Output Transmission Elements

    Assembly 5.2 Mounting and installed the machine Align the offset at the coupling between electrical machines and the driven machines so that the maximum permissible vibration values according to ISO 10816-3 are not exceeded. 5.2.2.1 Mounting and withdrawing output transmission elements Withdrawing output transmission elements Mounting output transmission elements ●...
  • Page 60: Machines With Type Of Construction Im B15, Im B9, Im V8 And Im V9

    Assembly 5.2 Mounting and installed the machine ● When mounting or withdrawing, do not apply any blows, for example with a hammer or similar tool, to the parts to be mounted or withdrawn. ● Only transfer radial or axial forces specified in the catalog to the motor bearings via the shaft extension.
  • Page 61: Alignment And Fastening

    Assembly 5.3 Alignment and fastening After attaching the mounting feet, you must note the following in order to avoid stressing and deforming the machine. ● Ensure that the foot mounting surfaces are aligned in one plane and are parallel to the machine shaft.
  • Page 62: Measures For Alignment And Mounting

    Assembly 5.3 Alignment and fastening 5.3.2 Measures for alignment and mounting The following measures are required in order to compensate any radial offset at the coupling and to horizontally adjust the electrical machine with respect to the driven load: ● Vertical positioning For vertical mounting positions, avoid deforming the machines by placing shims under the mounting feet.
  • Page 63: Machine Frame Mounting Feet (special Design)

    Assembly 5.4 Installing the machine 5.3.4 Machine frame mounting feet (special design) Please note that when the terminal box is mounted at the NDE (option H08), dimension C can deviate from EN 50347. To comply with dimension C according to EN 50347, for machines with double or triple holes at the NDE, use the appropriate screw bore.
  • Page 64: Horizontal Types Of Construction With Flange

    Assembly 5.4 Installing the machine 4. When positioning the machine, ensure that a uniform axial gap (y→0) is maintained around the coupling. 5. Fix the machine to the foundation. The choice of fixing elements depends on the foundation and is the plant operator's responsibility. Note Machine expansion When aligning, make allowance for the thermal expansion of the machine when the...
  • Page 65: Removing The Rotor Shipping Brace

    Assembly 5.4 Installing the machine Procedure The machine axis must be vertical when it is lifted and the flange must be parallel to the mating flange, so as to avoid seizing and stressing. Otherwise damage to the centering will result. 1.
  • Page 66: Mounting The Output Elements

    Assembly 5.4 Installing the machine To avoid stressing the motor feet, the overall flatness of the installation surfaces must satisfy the values in the following table: Table 5- 3 Overall flatness of the installation surfaces Shaft height Overall flatness of the installation surfaces ≤...
  • Page 67 Assembly 5.4 Installing the machine Pushing on the power output elements ● Requirements: – The coupling and/or the output element must be appropriately dimensioned for the operating case at hand. – Comply with the coupling manufacturer's instructions. – Make sure that the balancing type of the transmission element correctly matches the type of balance of the rotor.
  • Page 68: Axial And Radial Forces

    Assembly 5.4 Installing the machine 5.4.6 Axial and radial forces You can obtain the permissible values for axial and radial forces by contacting the Service Center or referring to the machine catalog. WARNING Damage to bearings or the shaft Large output masses and their centers of gravity outside the shaft extensions can lead to resonance in operation.
  • Page 69: Electrical Connection

    Electrical connection Observe the following when carrying out any work on the machine: ● Comply with the general safety instructions (Page 11) ● Comply with the applicable national and sector-specific regulations. ● When using the machine within the European Union, comply with the specifications laid down in EN 50110-1 regarding safe operation of electrical equipment.
  • Page 70: Connecting The Machine

    Electrical connection 6.2 Connecting the machine ● Configuration notes ● Requirements according to IEC/EN 60204-1 ● Dimensioning for bundled cable routing, e.g. according to DIN VDE 0298 Part 4 or IEC 60364-5-52 Connecting the machine DANGER Hazardous voltages Death, injury or material damage can occur. Note the following safety information before connecting-up the machine: •...
  • Page 71 Electrical connection 6.2 Connecting the machine All cable entries and sealing plugs must be approved for use in the respective hazardous zone. ● Any openings that are not being used must be sealed using the appropriate certified sealing plugs. ● Please observe the manufacturer's specifications when fitting cable entries. The following features make this type of electrical connection different from that for standard machines: ●...
  • Page 72: Terminal Box

    Electrical connection 6.2 Connecting the machine 6.2.1 Terminal box DANGER Hazardous voltage Electric motors have high voltages. When incorrectly handled, this can result in death or severe injury. Switch off the machine so that it is in a no-voltage condition before you open the terminal box.
  • Page 73: Circuit Diagram Inside The Terminal Box Cover

    Electrical connection 6.2 Connecting the machine 6.2.1.2 Circuit diagram inside the terminal box cover Data on the connection and connecting the machine winding can be found in the circuit diagram in the cover of the terminal box. 6.2.1.3 Direction of rotation The standard motors are suitable for clockwise and counter-clockwise rotation.
  • Page 74: Cable Entry

    Electrical connection 6.2 Connecting the machine Note Have additional holes in the terminal box with type of protection Ex d made only by the manufacturer or by a specialist workshop for electrical machinery authorized by the manufacturer. Making holes in the terminal box If you drill holes in the terminal box for explosion-protected motors, then document the data about these holes in the motor documentation: ●...
  • Page 75: Protruding Connection Cables

    Electrical connection 6.2 Connecting the machine Inserting cables into the terminal box 1. Only use cable entries that are suitable for the cables. 2. Only use cable entries and cables suitable for the prevailing ambient temperature. 3. Ensure that the power cables are strain relieved when inserting them in the terminal box. 4.
  • Page 76: Connection With/without Cable Lugs

    Electrical connection 6.2 Connecting the machine 6.2.1.8 Connection with/without cable lugs In the case of terminals with terminal clamps, distribute the conductors in such a way that the clamping heights on both sides of the fillet are about the same. This method of connection requires that you must bend a single conductor in a U shape or use a cable lug.
  • Page 77: Minimum Air Clearances

    Electrical connection 6.2 Connecting the machine 6.2.1.10 Minimum air clearances After proper installation, verify that the minimum air clearances between non-insulated parts are maintained. Be aware of any protruding wire ends. Table 6- 2 Minimum air clearance dependent on rms value of the alternating voltage Rms value of the alternating Minimum air clearance voltage...
  • Page 78: Mounting Position Of Sheet Metal Nuts In Screw-type Connections

    Electrical connection 6.3 Tightening torques Cable glands with reductions and (sheet metal) nuts (EN 50262) ① O ring ② 6.2.2.1 Mounting position of sheet metal nuts in screw-type connections ② O ring Mounting position of metal-sheet ③ nuts Cable glands with connecting thread in the terminal box (EN 50262) ②...
  • Page 79: Cable Entries, Sealing Plugs And Thread Adapters

    Electrical connection 6.4 Connecting the grounding conductor 6.3.1 Cable entries, sealing plugs and thread adapters All cable entries and sealing plugs must be approved for use in the respective hazardous zone. ● Any openings that are not being used must be sealed using the appropriate certified sealing plugs.
  • Page 80: Grounding Connection Type

    Electrical connection 6.4 Connecting the grounding conductor 6.4.2 Grounding connection type Enclosure grounding method Conductor cross- section mm² … 10 Connection of an individual conductor under the external grounding bracket. … 25 Connection is made using a DIN cable lug under the external grounding bracket.
  • Page 81: Connecting The Temperature Sensor/anti-condensation Heater

    Electrical connection 6.5 Connecting the temperature sensor/anti-condensation heater Shaft height Thread size for the grounding conductor 63 ... 160 1 x M 5 1 x M 6 2 x M 6 225 ... 315 2x M8 315 ... 355 2 x M 12 (1MB) The additional grounding point (generally on the opposite side) is optionally available.
  • Page 82: Conductor Connection

    Electrical connection 6.6 Conductor connection Conductor connection Cross-sections that can be connected depending on the size of the terminal (possibly reduced due to size of cable entries) Table 6- 4 Max. conductor connection for standard machines and Ex tc Shaft height Max.
  • Page 83: Connecting Conductors

    Electrical connection 6.6 Conductor connection 6.6.1 Connecting conductors Type of connection Terminal studs Cable cross-section mm² Connection with cable lug DIN 46234 1 ... 4 1 ... 6 (shaft height 132) 1 ... 16 4 ... 35 Connection of a single conductor 1 ...
  • Page 84 Electrical connection 6.6 Conductor connection Type of connection Terminal studs Cable position with terminal Cable cross-section mm² 2.5 … 25 16 ... 50 10 … 16 M 10 10 ... 95 M 12 25 … 185 M 16 50 … 300 M 10 50 …...
  • Page 85: Cable Ends With Wire End Sleeves

    Electrical connection 6.6 Conductor connection 6.6.2 Cable ends with wire end sleeves 1. Preferably use end sleeves instead of soldering cable ends. 2. Before connecting, attach the end sleeves so as to form a technically correct, current- carrying crimped joint at the end of the conductor. WARNING Risk of explosion due to excessive temperature rise If the end of the conductor is not correctly enclosed by the end sleeve, but is trapped by...
  • Page 86: Connecting The Converter

    Electrical connection 6.7 Connecting the converter Connecting the converter NOTICE Excessively high supply voltage Material damage can occur if the supply voltage is too high for the insulation system. SIMOTICS machines can be operated with SINAMICS G converters and SINAMICS S converters (uncontrolled and controlled infeed) when maintaining the permissible peak voltages.
  • Page 87 Electrical connection 6.8 Final checks WARNING Machine overheating Operating explosion-protected machines at the converter without using the appropriate protective equipment can result in death or severe injury. Always use PTC thermistor monitoring when operating explosion-protected machines at the converter. Tripping units according to Directive 2014/34/EU ("Explosion Protection Directive") are always necessary when using PTC thermistor monitoring.
  • Page 88: Final Checks

    Electrical connection 6.8 Final checks Final checks Before closing the terminal box/terminal base of the machine enclosure, check the following: ● Establish the electrical connections in the terminal box in accordance with the information in this documentation. ● Maintain the air clearances between non-insulated parts as described in Chapter Minimum air clearances.
  • Page 89: Commissioning

    Commissioning Observe the following when carrying out any work on the machine: ● Comply with the general safety instructions (Page 11) ● Comply with the applicable national and sector-specific regulations. ● When using the machine within the European Union, comply with the specifications laid down in EN 50110-1 regarding safe operation of electrical equipment.
  • Page 90 Commissioning 7.1 Measures before commissioning Second shaft extension If the second shaft extension is not used: ● Carefully secure the feather key to prevent it from being thrown out, and for balancing type "H" (standard type), ensure its weight is reduced to approximately 60 % of the original value.
  • Page 91: Insulation Resistance And Polarization Index

    Commissioning 7.1 Measures before commissioning ● Check that the supplementary equipment and devices to monitor the machine are correctly connected and are functioning correctly. ● In continuous operation, carefully ensure that the motor cannot exceed the specified upper speed limit n or fall below the lower speed limit n The permissible acceleration time to the limit speed n depends on the parameter...
  • Page 92: Testing The Insulation Resistance And Polarization Index

    Commissioning 7.1 Measures before commissioning 7.1.2 Testing the insulation resistance and polarization index WARNING Hazardous voltage at the terminals During and immediately after measuring the insulation resistance or the polarization index (PI) of the stator winding, hazardous voltages may be present at some of the terminals. Contact with these can result in death, serious injury or material damage.
  • Page 93 Commissioning 7.1 Measures before commissioning Limit values for the stator winding insulation resistance The following table specifies the measuring voltage and limit values for the insulation resistance. These values correspond to IEEE 43-2000 recommendations. Table 7- 1 Stator winding insulation resistance at 40° C meas MΩ...
  • Page 94: Testing The Cooling Of The Machine

    Commissioning 7.1 Measures before commissioning critical resistance value. Convert the value for the current winding temperature at the time of measurement, see above table. Measuring the polarization index 1. To determine the polarization index, measure the insulation resistances after one minute and ten minutes.
  • Page 95: Commissioning An External Fan

    Commissioning 7.1 Measures before commissioning 7.1.4 Commissioning an external fan An external fan is suitable for use only in unidirectional operation; refer to the specification of the direction of rotation on the fan cowl or on the fan unit. The external fan ensures that the machine is cooled irrespective of the machine speed or direction of rotation.
  • Page 96: Setpoint Values For Monitoring The Bearing Temperature

    Commissioning 7.2 Setpoint values for monitoring the bearing temperature Setpoint values for monitoring the bearing temperature Prior to commissioning If the machine is equipped with bearing thermometers, set the temperature value for disconnection on the monitoring equipment before the first machine run. Table 7- 2 Set values for monitoring the bearing temperatures before commissioning Set value...
  • Page 97: Test Run

    Commissioning 7.3 Switching on machine, inadequate alignment of the machine set, operation of the machine with the system resonating (system = machine + base frame + foundations etc.). ● If the machine runs perfectly in terms of its mechanical operation, switch on any cooling devices present and continue to monitor the machine for a while as it idles.
  • Page 98 Commissioning 7.3 Switching on 3. If it runs perfectly, connect a load. NOTICE Thermal overload of motors connected directly to the line supply In addition to the load torque, the ramp-up (accelerating) time is essentially influenced by the moment of inertia to be accelerated. While ramping up when connected to the line supply, the inrush (starting) current is a multiple of the rated current.
  • Page 99: Operation

    Operation Observe the following when carrying out any work on the machine: ● Comply with the general safety instructions (Page 11) ● Comply with the applicable national and sector-specific regulations. ● When using the machine within the European Union, comply with the specifications laid down in EN 50110-1 regarding safe operation of electrical equipment.
  • Page 100 Operation 8.1 Safety instructions for operation Faults in operation Any changes with respect to the normal condition can indicate that the machine is not functioning correctly. ● Higher power consumption, temperatures or vibration levels. ● Unusual noise or smells. ● Monitoring devices respond. This can cause faults which can result in eventual or immediate death, serious injury or material damage.
  • Page 101 Operation 8.1 Safety instructions for operation Switching on the machine DANGER Hazardous voltages Electrical machines are at hazardous voltage levels. Contact with these can result in death, serious injury or material damage. Operating the machine on a line supply system with a non-grounded neutral point is only permitted for short periods of time that occur rarely, e.g.
  • Page 102 Operation 8.1 Safety instructions for operation NOTICE Risk of corrosion due to condensation If the machine and/or ambient temperatures fluctuate, this can result in condensation inside the machine. • If available, remove the drain plugs or drain screws to drain the water depending on the ambient and operating conditions.
  • Page 103 Operation 8.1 Safety instructions for operation WARNING Explosion hazard These explosion-protected machines are not suitable for hybrid explosive environments. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. Use in atmospheres where there is a risk of explosion caused by both gas and dust simultaneously is absolutely prohibited.
  • Page 104: Safety Instructions Relating To Ventilation And Cooling

    Operation 8.1 Safety instructions for operation WARNING Risk of explosion due to excessive bearing temperature The surface temperature cannot be maintained within maximum permissible limits if the bearing becomes too hot. The dust can ignite, resulting in an explosion. This can result in death, serious injury, or material damage.
  • Page 105: Bridging Insulated Bearings

    Operation 8.1 Safety instructions for operation 8.1.2 Bridging insulated bearings DANGER Explosion hazard if the bridging is removed from the insulated bearing Removing the factory-fitted bridging of the insulated bearing leads to potential differences between the rotor and the grounded motor. This can cause the generation of sparks, which especially in an explosive atmosphere can ignite surrounding dust or combustible gases.
  • Page 106: Switching On The Machine

    Operation 8.2 Switching on the machine Switching on the machine 1. If at all possible, run the machine without load and check that it is running smoothly. 2. If it runs perfectly, connect a load. NOTICE Thermal overload of motors connected directly to the line supply In addition to the load torque, the ramp-up (accelerating) time is essentially influenced by the moment of inertia to be accelerated.
  • Page 107 Operation 8.5 Stoppages Longer non-operational periods Note • For longer non-operational periods (> 1 month), either operate the machine or at least turn the rotor regularly, approximately once per month. • Please refer to the section "Switching on" before switching on to recommission the motor. •...
  • Page 108: Avoidance Of Damage To Rolling Bearings During Stoppages

    Operation 8.5 Stoppages WARNING Explosion hazard If the anti-condensation heating is switched on directly after the machine is switched off, the temperature class or the maximum surface temperature of the machine can be exceeded. In an explosive atmosphere, there is a risk of an explosion. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage.
  • Page 109: Faults

    Operation 8.6 faults faults 8.6.1 Inspections in the event of faults Natural disasters or unusual operating conditions, such as overloading or short circuit, are faults that overload the machine electrically or mechanically. Immediately perform an inspection after such faults. Correct the cause of the fault as described in the respective remedial measures section. Repair any damage to the machine.
  • Page 110: Mechanical Faults

    Operation 8.6 faults 8.6.3 Mechanical faults Table 8- 2 Mechanical faults ↓ Grinding noise ↓ Radial vibrations ↓ Axial vibrations Possible causes of faults Remedial measures Rotating parts grind Establish the cause and realign the parts. Stator or coupling not balanced. Disconnect the stator or coupling and rebalance.
  • Page 111: Rolling Bearing Faults

    Operation 8.7 Deactivating 8.6.4 Rolling bearing faults Damage to rolling bearings can be difficult to detect in some cases. If in doubt, replace the rolling bearing. Use other bearing designs only after consulting the manufacturer. Table 8- 3 Rolling bearing faults ↓...
  • Page 112 Operation 8.7 Deactivating 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 113: Maintenance

    Maintenance Through careful and regular maintenance, inspections, and overhauls you can detect faults at an early stage and resolve them. This means that you can avoid consequential damage. Operating conditions and characteristics can vary widely. For this reason, only general maintenance intervals can be specified here.
  • Page 114: Customs Union Eurasia (optional)

    Maintenance 9.2 Inspection and maintenance 9.1.2 Customs union Eurasia (optional) When making changes or repairs, maintain the corresponding design standards! These machines are labeled on the rating plate with the following markings. Customs union Eurasia Eurasian customs union Explosion-protected Inspection and maintenance 9.2.1 Safety instructions for inspection and maintenance WARNING...
  • Page 115: Explosion Hazard Due To Increased Surface Temperature

    Maintenance 9.2 Inspection and maintenance NOTICE Damage to insulation If metal swarf enters the winding head when cleaning with compressed air, this can damage the insulation. Clearance and creepage distances can be undershot. This may cause damage to the machine extending to total failure. When cleaning with compressed air, ensure there is adequate extraction.
  • Page 116: Static Charging When Cleaning

    Maintenance 9.2 Inspection and maintenance WARNING Explosion hazard due to overheating of the machine caused by a layer of dust Layers of dust thicker than 5mm can insulate the machine, resulting in overheating. The maximum surface temperature of the machine cannot be adhered to. The dust can ignite, resulting in an explosion.
  • Page 117: First Inspection

    Maintenance 9.2 Inspection and maintenance 9.2.5 First inspection ● Check after approx. 500 operating hours, but after not more than one year: Check When the At stand- motor is still running The electrical parameters are maintained. The permissible bearing temperatures are not exceeded. The smooth running characteristics and machine running noise have not deteriorated.
  • Page 118: Assessing The Rolling Bearings

    Maintenance 9.2 Inspection and maintenance NOTICE Machine damage When carrying out the inspection, if you detect any impermissible deviations from the normal state, you must rectify them immediately. They may otherwise cause damage to the machine. 9.2.7 Assessing the rolling bearings To assess the rolling bearings, it is generally not necessary to dismantle the machines.
  • Page 119: Maintenance Intervals

    Maintenance 9.2 Inspection and maintenance 9.2.9 Maintenance intervals Please note the following in order to identify faults at an early stage, rectify them and avoid follow-on damage: ● Maintain the machine regularly and carefully. ● Inspect the machine. ● Motors must be allocated a revision/inspection number after inspection. NOTICE Motor failure Material damage can occur if the machine develops faults or is overloaded.
  • Page 120: Re-greasing

    Maintenance 9.2 Inspection and maintenance 9.2.10 Re-greasing For machines with regreasing system, relubrication intervals, grease quantity and grease grade are provided on the lubricant plate. Additional data can be taken from the main machine rating plate. Grade of grease for standard motors (IP55) UNIREX N3 - ESSO. Note It is not permissible to mix different types of grease.
  • Page 121: Cleaning

    Maintenance 9.2 Inspection and maintenance 9.2.11 Cleaning Cleaning the grease ducts and spent grease chambers The spent grease collects outside each bearing in the spent grease chamber of the outer bearing cap. When replacing bearings, remove the spent grease. Note Dismantle the bearing cartridges to replace the grease in the lubrication duct.
  • Page 122: Drain Condensate

    Maintenance 9.2 Inspection and maintenance 9.2.13 Drain condensate If there are condensation drain holes present, open these at regular intervals, depending on climatic conditions. WARNING Hazardous voltage The winding can be damaged if objects are introduced into the condensation holes (optional).
  • Page 123: Maintaining The External Fan (forced Ventilation)

    Maintenance 9.2 Inspection and maintenance 9.2.15 Maintaining the external fan (forced ventilation) WARNING Rotating or live parts Live electrical parts are dangerous. Contact with them can cause death, serious injury or material damage. Before performing any maintenance work on the external fan, disconnect it from the mains, particularly before opening the terminal box.
  • Page 124: Repainting

    Maintenance 9.2 Inspection and maintenance 9.2.16 Repainting 9.2.16.1 Paint finish resistant to sea air WARNING Risk of explosion as a result of processes with high levels of electrostatic charging Carefully observe the appropriate precautionary measures in order to avoid death or severe injury.
  • Page 125 Maintenance 9.2 Inspection and maintenance WARNING Explosion hazard caused by incorrect painting The paint coat can become electrostatically charged where there is a thick coat. Electrostatic discharges can occur. There is a risk of explosion if potentially explosive mixtures are also present at this moment. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage.
  • Page 126: Corrective Maintenance

    Maintenance 9.3 Corrective maintenance Corrective maintenance Observe the following when carrying out any work on the machine: ● Comply with the general safety instructions (Page 11) ● Comply with the applicable national and sector-specific regulations. ● When using the machine within the European Union, comply with the specifications laid down in EN 50110-1 regarding safe operation of electrical equipment.
  • Page 127: Anti-condensation Heating

    Maintenance 9.3 Corrective maintenance Test in accordance with the relevant EU directives after repair. WARNING Risk of explosion due to alteration of the ignition gap geometry Changing ignition gap geometries (gap dimensions) as part of repair work according to the minimum specifications of IEC / EN 60079–1 is not permissible.
  • Page 128: Sealing Measures

    Maintenance 9.3 Corrective maintenance WARNING Explosion hazard due to improper maintenance If repairs to the anti-condensation heating are not carried out correctly, e.g. if unauthorized or untested spare parts are used, this can result in explosions during operation in a potentially explosive gaseous atmosphere.
  • Page 129: Rolling Bearings

    Maintenance 9.3 Corrective maintenance 9.3.4 Rolling bearings Refer to the rating plate or the catalog for the designations of the bearings being used. Bearing lifetime Prolonged storage periods reduce the useful lifetime of the bearing grease. For permanently lubricated bearings, this reduces the bearing service life. We recommend that the grease is replaced after a storage time of 12 months.
  • Page 130: Replacing Bearings In Explosion-proof Machines

    Heat up 80 ... 100 °C 9.3.4.1 Replacing bearings in explosion-proof machines ● When changing the bearings, renew the sealing rings and only use original Siemens spare parts. ● For radial sealing rings with dust protection lip (DIN 3760-AS), completely fill the spaces (100%) in the sealing ring as well as in the bearing shield hub with a suitable grease.
  • Page 131: Fitting Bearings

    Maintenance 9.3 Corrective maintenance 9.3.4.3 Fitting bearings Sealing the bearings Note the following details: ● Shaft sealing rings are used to seal machines at the rotor shaft. – For V rings, comply with the assembly dimension. ● Use the specified bearings. ●...
  • Page 132: Insulated Roller Bearings

    Maintenance 9.3 Corrective maintenance Installing rolling bearings ● Extreme caution and attention to cleanliness are vital when installing rolling bearings. Observe the correct assembly sequence of the components. ● Attach all components with the specified tightening torques (Page 165). Note For further information about mounting the rolling bearing, please refer to the catalog or the information provided by the rolling bearing manufacturer.
  • Page 133: Mounting Dimension "x

    Maintenance 9.3 Corrective maintenance WARNING Explosion hazard due to overheating of the rolling bearings If the rolling bearings are not regularly regreased, local overheating may be possible, and, as a consequence, an explosion in an explosive atmosphere. This can result in death, serious injury, or material damage.
  • Page 134: Metal Fan Disassembly

    Maintenance 9.3 Corrective maintenance ● Use a suitable tool to pull off the fan (puller). ● Locate the arms of the pulling tool in the breakout openings and slightly tension the pressure screw of the tool. ● For fans with snapping mechanisms, simultaneously release the two snap-in lugs of the fan from the annular shaft groove.
  • Page 135: Terminal Boxes, End Shields, Grounding Conductors, Sheet Metal Fan Covers

    Maintenance 9.3 Corrective maintenance Observe the documentation for tightening torques of the cable entries and sealing plugs for direct mounting at the machine as well as additional glands (e.g. adapters). 9.3.8 Terminal boxes, end shields, grounding conductors, sheet metal fan covers If no other tightening torques are specified, then the values in the following table apply.
  • Page 136: Reassembly: Miscellaneous Information

    Maintenance 9.3 Corrective maintenance 9.3.12 Reassembly: Miscellaneous information ● Position all rating and supplementary plates as in the original state. ● Where relevant, fix electric cables. ● Check the tightening torques of all screws, as well as those of screws that have not been released.
  • Page 137: Spare Parts

    ● Designation and part number ● Order number and serial number of the machine The machine type and serial number can be found on the rating plate. See also Spares On Web (https://www.sow.siemens.com/) 10.2 Data matrix code on the machine Data matrix code A data matrix code is provided as adhesive label for motors manufactured in Europe.
  • Page 138: Purchasing Commercially Available Spare Parts

    You can use "Spares on Web" to determine the order numbers for motor spare parts quickly and easily. Spares on Web (https://www.sow.siemens.com/?lang=en). See also Guide for Spares on Web (https://www.weblogx.siemens.de/SoWHilfe_HS/motors/en/) 10.6 Roller bearings If insulated rolling bearings are fitted, use insulated rolling bearings of the same type as spare parts.
  • Page 139: Anti-condensation Heating

    Spare parts 10.7 Anti-condensation heating 10.7 Anti-condensation heating WARNING Explosion hazard due to improper maintenance If repairs to the anti-condensation heating are not carried out correctly, e.g. if unauthorized or untested spare parts are used, this can result in explosions during operation in a potentially explosive gaseous atmosphere.
  • Page 140: Ordering Example

    (depending on the availability of the spare parts required). ● For up to 5 years after the delivery of the original motor, spare parts will be available and for a further 5 years, Siemens will provide information about spare parts and will supply documents when required.
  • Page 141: Machine Parts

    Spare parts 10.10 Machine parts 10.10 Machine parts 10.10.1 Part lists Part Description Part Description 1.00 DE bearings Terminal box, complete 1.30 Bolt 5.37 Spring lock washer 1.31 Spring lock washer 5.42 Terminal box housing, including seal 1.32 Bolt 5.43 Entry plate 1.33 5.44...
  • Page 142 Spare parts 10.10 Machine parts Part Description Part Description 4.12 5.91 Screw 4.18 Rating plate 5.92 Terminal box cover 4.19 Self tapping screw or slotted pin 5.93 Seal 4.20 Cover 5.94 Screw 4.30 Contact bracket 5.95 Terminal box upper section 4.31 Grounding bracket 5.96...
  • Page 143: Standardized Parts

    Spare parts 10.11 Standardized parts 10.11 Standardized parts Table 10- 2 Purchase standard parts according to dimensions, material and surface properties through normal commercial channels. Standard Picture Standard Picture 3.02 DIN 471 1.32 DIN 939 6.02 7.12 6.12 DIN 472 5.17 EN ISO 4014 4.04...
  • Page 144: Exploded Drawings

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.1 1LA,1MA shaft heights 63 ... 90L, 1MB shaft heights 63 ... 71 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 145: 1la,1ma Shaft Heights 100

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.2 1LA,1MA shaft heights 100 ... 160 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 146: 1la5180

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.3 1LA5180 ... 225 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 147: 1ma6180

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.4 1MA6180 ... 200 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 148: Terminal Boxes 1ma6180

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.5 Terminal boxes 1MA6180 ... 200 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 149: 1mb1 Sh80

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.6 1MB1 SH80 ... 160 aluminum 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 150: 1mb1 Shaft Heights 71

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.7 1MB1 shaft heights 71 ... 90 cast iron 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 151: 1mb1 Shaft Heights 100

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.8 1MB1 shaft heights 100 ... 200 cast iron 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 152: 1mb1 Shaft Heights 225

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.9 1MB1 shaft heights 225 ... 315 cast iron 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 153: 1mb5 Shaft Height. 315 Cast Iron

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.10 1MB5 shaft height. 315 cast iron 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 154: 1mb5 Terminal Box Shaft Height 315 Cast Iron

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.11 1MB5 terminal box shaft height 315 cast iron 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 155: 1mb5 Shaft Height. 355 Cast Iron

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.12 1MB5 shaft height. 355 cast iron 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 156: 1mb5 Terminal Box Shaft Height 355 Cast Iron

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.13 1MB5 terminal box shaft height 355 cast iron 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 157: 1lg4/6 Sh180

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.14 1LG4/6 SH180 ... 315 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 158: Terminal Box Gk330, Gt320, Gk430, Gt420

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.15 Terminal box gk330, gt320, gk430, gt420 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 159: Terminal Box Gk431, Gt421, Gt520, Gt540

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.16 Terminal box gk431, gt421, gt520, gt540 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 160: Terminal Box 1lg4/6, 1mb1, Gt620, Gt640, Gt791

    Spare parts 10.12 Exploded drawings 10.12.17 Terminal box 1LG4/6, 1MB1, gt620, gt640, gt791 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 161: Disposal

    Disposal 11.1 Introduction Protecting the environment and preserving its resources are corporate goals of the highest priority for us. Our worldwide environmental management system to ISO 14001 ensures compliance with legislation and sets high standards in this regard. Environmentally friendly design, technical safety and health protection are always firm goals even at the product development stage.
  • Page 162: Preparing For Disassembly

    Disposal 11.4 Preparing for disassembly 11.4 Preparing for disassembly Disassembly of the machine must be carried out and/or supervised by qualified personnel with appropriate expert knowledge. 1. Contact a certified waste disposal organization in your vicinity. Clarify what is expected in terms of the quality of dismantling the machine and provision of the components.
  • Page 163 Disposal 11.6 Disposal of components ● Non-ferrous metal, e.g. windings The winding insulation is incinerated during copper recycling. ● Insulating materials ● Cables and wires ● Electronic waste Process materials and chemicals Sort the process materials and chemicals for recycling according to whether they are for example: ●...
  • Page 164 Disposal 11.6 Disposal of components 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 165: Service And Support

    (www.siemens.com/your contact) Siemens Support for on the move You can obtain optimum support anywhere you go using the "Siemens Industry Online Support” app. The app is available for Apple iOS, Android and Windows Phone. Further documents These operating instructions can also be obtained at the following Internet site: http://support.industry.siemens.com (Page 163)
  • Page 166 Service and support A.2 Further documents 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 167: Technical Data

    Technical data Tightening torques B.1.1 Tightening torques for screw and bolt connections Bolt locking devices ● Refit nuts or bolts that are mounted together with locking, resilient, and/or force- distributing elements with identical, fully-functional elements when re-assembling. Always renew keyed elements. ●...
  • Page 168: Stud-type Bushings

    Technical data B.1 Tightening torques B.1.2 Stud-type bushings Table B- 2 Tightening torques for stud-type bushings Thread ∅ M 10 M 12 M 16 M 20 Min. Max. 15.5 B.1.3 Terminal boxes, end shields, grounding conductors, sheet metal fan covers If no other tightening torques are specified, then the values in the following table apply.
  • Page 169: Quality Documents

    Quality documents Quality documents SIMOTICS in SIOS You can find the quality documents here: https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/de/ps/13310/cert (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/13310/cert) 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 170 Quality documents C.1 Quality documents SIMOTICS in SIOS 1LA5/6/7/9, 1LG4/6, 1MA6/7, 1MB..1/2/3/4/5 - SH 63 ... 355 Operating Instructions, 06/2018, A5E44455710A...
  • Page 171: Index

    Index 5 safety rules, 12 Damping cores, 49 Data matrix code, 135 Disassembly Disposal, 160 Disposal Aligning, 62, 62 Chemicals, 161 Alignment accuracy, 63 Components, 160 Aluminum conductors, 83 Anti-condensation heating, 44, 103, 125 Insulation resistance, 55, 92 Repairs, 126, 137 Assembly Electrical faults, 107 Rolling bearings, 130...
  • Page 172 Index General inspection, 115 Noise emissions, 14 Grounding system Meshed, 49 On-site service, 163 Operating mode, 33 Hazardous substances, 13 O-ring seals, 134 Hearing damage, 14 Output element, 65 Hot surfaces, 13 Overall flatness, 64 Hybrid mixtures, 20, 100 Over-critical machine, 45 Overspeed, 33 Ignition hazard, 15 Inspection...
  • Page 173 Index faults, 109 Inspection, 116 Rotating parts, 13 Rotor shipping brace, 38 Remove, 63 Safety instructions Flammable substances, 13 Hazardous substances, 13 Hot surfaces, 13 Live parts, 13 Maintenance work, 112 Rotating parts, 13 Sealing plugs certified, 72 Selection of bolts, 61 Spare parts, 136, 163 Spares on Web, 136 Standard flange, 62, 62...

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