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SIMOTICS M-1PH8
Synchronous motor
Type 1PH818., 1PH822.
Operating Instructions / Installation Instructions
Edition
07/2016
siemens.com

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  • Page 1 SIMOTICS M-1PH8 Synchronous motor Type 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions / Installation Instructions Edition 07/2016 siemens.com...
  • Page 2 18.07.2016 14:04 V14.00...
  • Page 3 Introduction Safety information Description SIMOTICS M-1PH8 Preparations for use Synchronous motor 1PH818., 1PH822. Mounting Electrical connection Operating Instructions Installation Instructions Commissioning Operation Maintenance Spare parts Disposal Service and Support Technical specifications Quality documents Additional documents Edition 07/2016...
  • 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

    Transporting a force-ventilated motor that has already been in operation......40 4.13.4 Transporting a water-cooled motor that has already been in operation.........40 4.13.5 Transporting the machine set....................41 4.13.6 Storage...........................41 4.13.7 Attaching the rotor shipping brace prior to storage..............43 4.13.8 Long-term storage........................43 SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 6 Connecting aluminum conductors..................73 6.3.7 Stepless mating face for the seal in the terminal box cover...........73 6.3.8 Performing connection operations..................74 6.3.9 Internal equipotential bonding....................74 Auxiliary circuits........................75 6.4.1 Selecting cables........................75 6.4.2 Connecting an external fan....................75 SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 7 Table of contents 6.4.2.1 Connecting an external fan (type 1PH818., 1PH822.)............77 6.4.2.2 Connection values of the external fan (option L03)..............77 6.4.3 Connecting the speed encoder....................78 6.4.4 Connect the holding brake.....................79 6.4.5 Connecting the temperature sensor..................80 6.4.6 Connecting to a converter......................80 6.4.7...
  • Page 8 Force-ventilated motor, complete..................122 10.7.2 External fan..........................123 10.7.3 External fan (option L75)......................123 10.8 Terminal box........................124 10.9 Speed encoder (type 1PH818., 1PH822.)................125 Disposal..............................127 11.1 RoHS - restricting the use of certain hazardous substances..........127 11.2 Preparing for disassembly....................127 11.3 Working on machines with permanent magnets..............127 11.4...
  • Page 9 Table 9-5 Alternative greases with NLGI Class 2 for motors with a horizontal type of construction..107 Table 9-6 Grease for the "Performance" version..................108 Table 10-1 Motor, complete ........................121 Table 10-2 Motor, complete ........................122 SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 10 Technical data of the holding brake..................137 Figures Figure 3-1 Schematic layout of rating plate....................21 Figure 4-1 Air guidance from the DE to the NDE (schematic representation, types 1PH818. and 1PH822.).............................31 Figure 4-2 Bypass for 1PH822. for IP23 ......................31 Figure 4-3 Air guidance from the NDE to the DE (schematic representation, type 1PH828.) for IP55.
  • Page 11: Introduction

    These operating instructions are valid for 1PH8... synchronous motors in shaft heights 180 ... 225 in the force-ventilated or water-cooled versions. ● 1PH818.2 and 1PH818.4 ● 1PH822.2 and 1PH822.4 The serial number of the motor can be found on the rating plate.
  • Page 12 Introduction SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 13: Safety Information

    EN 50110‑1 "Working in a voltage-free state". Apply the five safety rules in the sequence stated before starting work. Five safety rules 1. Disconnect the system. Also disconnect the auxiliary circuits, for example, anti-condensation heating. 2. Secure against reconnection. 3. Verify absence of operating voltage. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 14: Qualified Personnel

    ● Always observe the “five safety rules" (Page 13) when carrying out any work on the machine. ● Only remove the covers using the methods described by these operating instructions. ● Operate the machine properly. ● Regularly and correctly maintain the machine. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 15 Burns and other damage to health and material may result. ● Read the information in these operating instructions and the product information supplied by the manufacturer. ● Observe the relevant safety regulations and wear the personal protective equipment specified. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 16: Working On Machines With Permanent Magnets

    People who need to use electronic or magnetic medical aids such as pacemakers, hearing aids, implants or similar devices, are at particularly high risk. Such persons must undergo an industrial medicine assessment. Observe the following measures. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 17 ● Exercise caution when installing accessories. Ensure that no parts fall into the inside of the machine. ● Do not perform any cutting at the machine, e.g. manufacturing threaded holes. Any exceptions require written approval from the manufacturer. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 18: Electrostatic Sensitive Devices

    (1) Sitting (2) Standing (3) Standing/sitting a = conductive floor surface b = ESD table c = ESD shoes d = ESD overall e = ESD wristband f = cabinet ground connection SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 19: Interference Immunity

    ● Protect the personnel working in the plant by taking appropriate measures, such as erecting identifying markings, safety barriers and warning signs and giving safety talks. ● Observe the nationally applicable health and safety regulations. ● Do not carry any magnetic or electronic data media. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 20 Safety information 2.9 Electromagnetic fields when operating electrical power engineering installations SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 21: Description

    Description Application range The motors of the 1PH818., 1PH822., series are used as industrial drives. They have been designed to address a wide range of drive applications exclusively fed from converters. They are characterized by their high power density, ruggedness, long lifetime, and overall reliability.
  • Page 22: Table 3-1 Elements On The Rating Plate

    Anti-condensation heater / place holder Rotor This machine is a synchronous motor for low voltage with the permanent magnet rotor and integrated cooling circuit. See also Working on machines with permanent magnets (Page 16) SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 23: Table 3-2 Machine Design

    The SIMOTICS motor series complies with the requirements of the Russia/Belarus/ Kazakhstan customs union (EAC). China Compulsory Certification The SIMOTICS motor series does not fall in the area of validity of the China Compulsory Certification (CCC). SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 24: Table 3-3 Types Of Construction

    (nameplate)! Quality management system Siemens AG employs a quality management system that meets the requirements of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. Certificates that can be downloaded You can download certificates for the SIMOTICS motor series at the following link: Certificates (https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/13358/cert)
  • Page 25 External fan with three-phase motor For 1PH828. motors, external fans with three-phase motor are used as standard. Using option L75, these external fans can also be used for 1PH818. and 1PH822. types instead of the EC external fan. EC external fan For 1PH818.
  • Page 26: Table 3-4 Technical Data Of The Holding Brake

    Number of emergency stops 2100 1200 Opening time [ms] Closing time [ms] Note More information ● Magnetic field when the brake is open (Page 84) See also Operating instructions, holding brake (Page 139) SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 27: Table 3-5 Roller Bearing Versions

    Table 3-6 Minimum radial forces Type Minimum radial force 1PH818. 4 kN 1PH822. 5 kN Paint finish The machine is painted according to the instructions in your order. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 28 Description SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 29: Preparations For Use

    < 170 ppm Conductivity < 500 μS/cm Chloride ions < 40 ppm Sulfate ions < 50 ppm Nitrate ions < 50 ppm Dissolved solids < 340 ppm Max. grain size < 100 μm SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 30: Ensuring Cooling

    More stringent requirements regarding the IP degree of protection may necessitate the installation of suitable filters and special arrangement of the intake and outlet openings. ● Equipment and cables must be connected without strain. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 31: Figure 4-1 Air Guidance From The De To The Nde (schematic Representation, Types 1ph818. And 1ph822.)

    Preparations for use 4.4 Ensuring cooling Figure 4-1 Air guidance from the DE to the NDE (schematic representation, types 1PH818. and 1PH822.) A bypass is available for 1PH822. with IP23 degree of protection and air guidance from the DE to the NDE.
  • Page 32: Table 4-2 Pressure Drop In Motors With Pipe Connection

    550 Pa 19030 Ns 1PH822. IP23 0.33 m 600 Pa 5510 Ns IP55 0.31 m 650 Pa 6760 Ns 1PH828. IP23 0.52 m 600 Pa 2220 Ns IP55 0.42 m 600 Pa 3400 Ns SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 33: Interlock Circuit For The External Fan

    For machines with external fans, install an interlock circuit that prevents the main machine being switched on if the external fan is not operational. See also Auxiliary circuits (Page 75) Force-ventilated 1PH818. and 1PH822. motors are equipped with electronically commutated motors (EC motor). NOTICE Voltage fluctuations The electronics of the external fan equipped with EC motor can be damaged as a result of voltage fluctuations.
  • Page 34: Overheating During Periodic Duty

    Take steps to reduce noise, such as introducing covers and protective insulation or adopting hearing protection measures, so that the machine can be operated safely within your system. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 35: Rotational Speed Limit Values

    If the configuration does not correctly recognize the mechanical torsional loadings of the shaft assembly, this can lead to serious damage to the machine. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. When planning the system, consider the configuration data. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 36: Transport And Storage

    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 ● Always take account of the center of gravity when transporting or lifting the motor. If the center of gravity is not located centrally between the attachment points, then position the hoisting hook above the center of gravity. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 38: Figure 4-4 Lifting The Machine (schematic Representation)

    Only lift the machine using suitable spreading equipment. ● Pay attention to the lifting capacity of the hoisting gear. The weight of the motor is specified on the rating plate. Figure 4-4 Lifting the machine (schematic representation) SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 39: Table 4-3 Tightening Torque And Preloading Force For Axially Fixing The Rotor

    The cooling water pipe system has not been designed so that it can be used to lift the motor. The machine can fall when lifted. Death, serious injury, or material damage will result. ● Only use the eyebolts on the bearing shields to transport and lift the motor. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 40: Transporting A Force-ventilated Motor That Has Already Been In Operation

    5. Only use the eyebolts on the bearing shields - for example - to transport and lift the motor. Note Store the rotor locking device Be sure to store the rotor locking device. It must be remounted for possible disassembly and transport. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 41: Transporting The Machine Set

    Read the following storage instructions. Preparation ● Fit the rotor shipping brace. ● Apply a preserving agent, for example to external components such as shaft ends, if this has not already been applied in the factory. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 42 – Place a humidity meter in the airtight packaging that indicates the level of humidity inside – Inspect the motor regularly. See also Protect the cooling water system of water-cooled motors (Page 45) SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 43: Attaching The Rotor Shipping Brace Prior To Storage

    ● Carry out any necessary maintenance work. ● Document all preservation measures taken so that they can be reversed before the machines are put back into service. ● Provide air-conditioning for the storage room. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 44 ● Shaft height 280: There are no plugs in the water drain holes. The water must be able to drain away freely. NOTICE Water drain holes The water drain holes only function when the motor is mounted horizontally for types of construction IM B3, IM B35 and IM B5. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 45: Protect The Cooling Water System Of Water-cooled Motors

    ● Inspect the machine regularly and if necessary, apply an additional coating of corrosion protection. Document all preservation measures taken so that they can be reversed before the machines are put back into service. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 46: Converter Operation

    S120, then an insulated bearing and a speed encoder with insulated bearings (option) is mounted at the non-drive end. For 1PH818, the insulated bearings are optional; for 1PH822 and 1PH828, insulated bearings are standard. Comply with the plates on the machine relating to bearing insulation and possible bridges.
  • Page 47: Figure 4-6 Schematic Representation Of A Single Drive

    ● Also when performing subsequent installation work, e.g. installing an automatic lubrication system or a non-insulated vibration sensor, ensure the bearing insulation is not bridged. ● Contact your Service Center, if necessary. See also Service and Support (Page 131) SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 48 Preparations for use 4.14 Converter operation SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 49: Mounting

    ● Temperature-sensitive parts such as normal cables or electronic components must not rest against or be attached to mounted machine parts. ● Only use heat-resistant mounting parts. The connecting cables and cable entries must be suitable for the ambient temperature. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 50: Insulation Resistance And Polarization Index

    Measure the insulation resistance 1. Before you begin measuring the insulation resistance, please read the operating manual for the insulation resistance meter you are going to use. 2. Make sure that no power cables are connected. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 51: Table 5-1 Stator Winding Insulation Resistance At 40° C

    In this case, doubling or halving the insulation resistance at a temperature change of 10 K is used as the basis. ● The insulation resistance halves every time the temperature rises by 10 K. ● The resistance doubles every time the temperature falls by 10 K. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 52 Limit values of the anti-condensation heating insulation resistance The insulation resistance of the anti-condensation heating with respect to the machine housing should not be lower than 1 MΩ when measured at 500 V DC. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 53: Prepare The Mounting Surfaces (im B3)

    If the load handling attachments and lifting gear are damaged or not correctly secured, the machine may be dropped during lifting. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. Inspect the load handling attachments and lifting gear before use. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 54: Removing Anti-corrosion Protection

    If you use metal objects such as scrapers, spatulas, or plates to remove the anti-corrosion protection, this could result in damage to the surfaces of the machine parts. ● Lightly oil the depreserved surfaces. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 55: Mounting The Output Elements

    The transmission element must be pulled on in one continuous operation via the front thread holes in the shaft or pushed on by hand. – Do not strike it with a hammer, as this would damage the bearings. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 56: Lifting And Transporting The Machine

    ● When lifting the machine, use only approved and undamaged sling guides and spreaders of sufficient rated capacity. Check the lifting equipment prior to its use. The weight of the machine is shown on the rating plate. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 57 If the lifting gear or load handling attachments were to fail, the machine could fall. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. Never remain under or in the immediate vicinity of the machine when it is raised. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 58: Open The Condensation Water Drain Holes (water-cooled Motor)

    ● The plug that has been inserted into the water drain holes allows the condensation to drain away. Do not remove the plug, otherwise the machine's degree of protection will be affected. ● If you have any questions, contact the Siemens Service Center (Page 131). NOTICE Damage caused by condensation If the stator winding is damp, its insulation resistance is reduced.
  • Page 59: Open Condensation Drain Holes (air-cooled Motor, L12)

    Open condensation drain holes (air-cooled motor, L12) If the machine is ordered with option L12, then for types 1PH818. and 1PH822., a water drain hole with plugs is provided in the DE and NDE bearing shields. For type 1PH828., there are water drain holes without plugs at the DE and NDE.
  • Page 60: Putting The Machine Down

    This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. ● Comply with the required property classes for screwed connections. ● Tighten the screwed connections to the specified tightening torques. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 61: Selecting Fixing Screws

    Preconditions for smooth, vibration-free operation: ● Stable foundation design ● Precise alignment of the machine ● Correct balancing of parts to be fitted to the shaft end. ● Maintaining the vibration velocity according to ISO 10816‑3 SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 62: Vibration Severity

    Vibration velocity v ≤ 7.1 mm/s > 63 Hz Vibration acceleration a ≤ 4.0 m/s Table 5-3 Maximum permitted axial vibration severity Vibration velocity Vibration acceleration = 7.1 mm/s = 3.55 m/s peak SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 63: Aligning To The Driven Machine

    ● Shift the motor to the side on the foundation for horizontal positioning. Pay attention to maintaining the axial position. ● When positioning the motor, ensure that a uniform axial gap is maintained around the coupling. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 64: Table 5-4 Permissible Deviations When Aligning The Motor

    2. Perform the fine adjustments with plates under the entire motor foot. Figure 5-5 Aligning the motor Table 5-4 Permissible deviations when aligning the motor Permissible deviations Radial shaft offset [x] Axial shaft offset [y] Flexible coupling 0.05 mm 0.05 mm SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 65: Mounting The Motor

    1. Only use valves, fittings and cooling water pipes made of rust-proof, stainless steel in the cooling system. 2. Make sure that the cooling water meets the required cooling water specification, see section headed "Cooling Water Quality" (Page 29). SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 66: Table 5-5 Rate Of Flow And Pressure Drop

    Flow rate Pressure drop 1PH8 184 15 l/min 0.6 bar 1PH8 186 15 l/min 0.7 bar 1PH8 224 25 l/min 0.9 bar 1PH8 226 25 l/min 0.9 bar 1PH8 228 25 l/min 0.9 bar SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 67: Electrical Connection

    The DRIVE-CLiQ interface contains components that are susceptible to electrostatic charging. Touching connections with electrostatically charged hands or tools can cause malfunctions. Maintain the ESD protective measures (Page 18) as well as the five safety rules (Page 13). SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 68: Preparation

    – the connecting surface is bare and protected against corrosion using a suitable substance, e.g. acid-free Vaseline – the flat and spring washers are located under the bolt head. ① Figure 6-1 Terminal lug for the grounding conductor for a force-ventilated motor SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 69: Connecting

    Index for winding start (1) or end (2) or if there is more than one connection per winding x Additional indices for cases in which it is obligatory to connect parallel power feed cables to several terminals with otherwise identical designations SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 70: Laying Cables

    Cable entry and technical connection data depend on the mounted terminal box. You can find more information on the terminal box that is mounted in the ordering documentation or in the catalog. 1XB7 322 1XB7 422 SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 71: Connection With Cable Lugs

    Observe the possible outer diameter of the connecting cable in the chapter entitled "Electrical connection data". Connect only one conductor per cable lug. 2. Remove the insulation from the conductor ends so that the remaining insulation is almost long enough to reach the cable lug. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 72 ① Customer connecting cable ② Internal motor connecting cable ③ Copper spacer ring Connection using a cable lug at terminal boxes 1XB7 700 / 1XB7 712 ① Customer connecting cable ② Connection bar SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 73: Connecting Aluminum Conductors

    Align the cable entry support and the cable entry plate to the terminal box enclosure so that the sealing surface between the terminal box and the terminal box cover form a flat face. There must be no steps in the sealing area. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 74: Performing Connection Operations

    Note Connecting points are available at the frame or bearing end shield to connect an external protective conductor or potential bonding connector. See also Connect up the ground conductor (Page 68) SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 75: Auxiliary Circuits

    3. Connect the other cables to the relevant terminals, refer to the connection diagram in the terminal box. Connection cables must not be subject to excessive tensile stress. Note For fans equipped with EC motor, the fan motor starts with a delay after the line voltage is connected. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 76 Three-phase, 3 AC 480 V / 60 Hz (± 10 %) 2.35 A Connection values for external fans * For EC fans for 1PH818. and 1PH822., as a result of the electronic input circuitry, the current drawn can briefly reach four times the specified current. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822.
  • Page 77: Connecting An External Fan (type 1ph818., 1ph822.)

    See also Operating instructions of the EC external fan (Page 163) 6.4.2.1 Connecting an external fan (type 1PH818., 1PH822.) The external fan is connected in the external fan terminal box. If necessary, you can rotate the external fan through 90°.
  • Page 78: Connecting The Speed Encoder

    The signal connection between the motor and the converter is established via the DRIVE‑CLiQ cable MOTION‑CONNECT. ● Always use prefabricated cables from Siemens. These cables reduce the mounting/ installation time and costs and increase operational reliability. ● Push the connector of the DRIVE‑CLiQ cable into the socket until the catch spring latches into place.
  • Page 79: Connect The Holding Brake

    Sensor Module are permissible within the rotation range. 6.4.4 Connect the holding brake Information for electrically connecting the holding brake can be found in the operating instructions supplied by the manufacturer in the (Page 139) appendix. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 80: Connecting The Temperature Sensor

    ● In order to ensure that high-frequency currents are efficiently discharged, provide a 360° contact through a large surface area at the converter and at the motor. Use for instance, EMC glands at the cable entries. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 81: Converter Operation On A Grounded Network

    PE connecting points of normal terminal boxes are suitable for this purpose. Material damage can result. ● Use an appropriately sized PE conductor. ● Connect the PE conductor to the grounding terminal on the motor enclosure. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 82 Electrical connection 6.4 Auxiliary circuits SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 83: Commissioning

    Depending on the converter type, the voltage is up to 1000 V. When coming into contact, this can result in death, serious injury, and material damage. ● Maintain the five safety rules (Page 13)at all times when operating the machine. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 84: Magnetic Field When The Brake Is Open

    ● Exercise caution when installing accessories. Ensure that no parts fall into the inside of the machine. ● Do not perform any cutting at the machine, e.g. drilling threaded holes. Any exceptions require written approval from the manufacturer. See also The five safety rules (Page 13) SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 85: Insulation Resistance And Polarization Index

    It may be necessary to perform further checks and tests in accordance with the specific situation on-site. ● The machine is undamaged. ● The machine has been correctly installed and aligned, the transmission elements are correctly balanced and adjusted. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 86 Information about the parameters is available in the operating instructions for the converter. ● Any supplementary motor monitoring devices and equipment have been correctly connected and are functioning correctly. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 87: Perform A Test Run With The Water-cooled Motor

    The cooling water system can burst. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. Do not connect the cooling water supply until the machine has cooled down. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 88: Switching On

    Allow the machine to run down before switching it on again. 3. If it runs perfectly, connect a load. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 89: Set Values For Monitoring The Bearing Temperature (optional)

    If the machine is equipped with bearing thermometers, set the temperature value for disconnection on the monitoring equipment before the first machine run. Table 7-1 Set values for monitoring the bearing temperatures before commissioning Set value Temperature Alarm 115 °C Shutting down 120 °C SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 90: Table 7-2 Set Values For Monitoring The Bearing Temperatures

    °C. Set the values for shutdown and warning corresponding to the operating temperature T Table 7-2 Set values for monitoring the bearing temperatures Set value Temperature Alarm + 5 K ≤ 115 °C operation Shutting down + 10 K ≤ 120 °C operation SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 91: Operation

    Certain parts of the machine become hot during operation. Severe burns can result from contact with these parts. ● Check the temperature of parts before touching them. If required, apply suitable protective measures. ● Allow the machine to cool before starting work on the machine. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 92 ● When working on the drive system, you must prevent any rotational movement of the motor shaft. See also The five safety rules (Page 13) SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 93: Do Not Operate Water-cooled Motors Without Cooling Water

    The cooling water system can burst. This can result in death, serious injury or material damage. Do not connect the cooling water supply until the motor has cooled down. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 94: Switching On The Machine

    ● Switch off the external fan during longer standstill periods. Leave the fan on for approximately 30 minutes after switching off the motor to avoid overheating of the motor. ● Follow the operating instructions of the converter. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 95: Switching On Again After An Emergency Switching-off

    Make sure that the resting position of the roller bearings after the rotor has been turned over is different from what it previously had been. Use the fitted key or the coupling halves as reference markers. ● During re-commissioning, refer to the information in the "Commissioning" section. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 96: Decommissioning The Machine

    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. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 97: Electrical Faults At Force-ventilated Motors

    Check the air ducts; clean the machine. 8.10.3 Electrical faults at water-cooled motors Note When operating the machine with a converter, also refer to the operating instructions of the frequency converter if electrical faults occur. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 98: Mechanical Faults

    Stabilize the foundation after prior discussion. Changes in foundation Determine the cause of the changes and, if necessa‐ ry, rectify. Realign the machine. Take into account possible changes which may occur during overheating. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 99: Rolling-contact Bearing Faults

    Excessive bearing play Mechanical wear of bearing elements * Only in special version 8.10.6 Holding brake faults Information on holding brake faults can be found in the manufacturer's operating instructions in the (Page 139) appendix. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 100 Operation 8.10 Faults SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 101: Maintenance

    ● Perform maintenance work on the machine only when it is stopped. The only operation permissible while the machine is rotating is regreasing the roller bearings. ● When performing maintenance work, comply with the five safety rules (Page 13). SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 102: Inspections In The Event Of Faults

    9.2.1 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. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 103: Initial Inspection

    – The winding insulation resistances are sufficiently high (Page 50) – Any bearing insulation has been fitted as shown on plates and labeling. – Cables and insulating parts and components are in good condition and there is no evidence of discoloring SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 104: Regreasing Intervals

    It is therefore important to check the insulation resistance and the polarization index at the following times: ● Before starting up a machine for the first time ● After an extended period in storage or downtime ● Within the scope of maintenance work SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 105: Maintenance Intervals

    Description (Page 21) 9.2.6.4 Lubrication The specified grease data apply for the data specified on the rating plate data and for high- quality grease in accordance with the specifications in these operating instructions. These SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 106: Table 9-3 Criteria For Selecting Roller Bearing Greases

    DIN 51811 0 or 1 at a test temperature of +140 °C Corr.° Resistance to corrosion (EMCOR) DIN 51802 / 0 - 0 (0 - 1, permissible for special greases) Corr.° ISO 11007 SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 107: Table 9-4 Roller Bearing Greases For Vertical And Horizontal Types Of Construction

    Alternative greases with NLGI Class 2 for motors with a horizontal type of construction Manufacturer Grease type ExxonMobil Unirex N2 Esso Castrol Longtime PD2 Lubcon Turmogrease L 802 EP plus Shell Retinax LX2 Arcanol Multi 2 SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 108: Table 9-6 Grease For The "performance" Version

    ● Operation at speeds in accordance with the rating plate ● Low-vibration operation ● Neutral ambient air ● High-quality roller bearing greases In the case of unfavorable conditions, reduce the relubrication intervals after prior consultation with the manufacturer. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 109 The roller bearing temperature initially increases noticeably. After the excess grease has been displaced out of the bearing, the temperature will return to the normal value. The used grease collects outside each bearing in a spent grease chamber. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 110: Cleaning The Spent Grease Chamber

    ① ② Figure 9-1 Flat grease nipples , schematic representation for types 1PH818. and 1PH822. 9.2.6.5 Cleaning the spent grease chamber The rolling-contact bearing's spent grease chamber only has room for a limited amount of spent grease.
  • Page 111: Maintaining The Cooling Water System

    – At the NDE, remove the cover of the speed sensor and the cover of the spent grease chamber. Empty the spent grease chamber. Note For types 1PH818. and 1PH822., you must remove the fan before removing the speed encoder cover. At the NDE, remove the fan and then the speed encoder cover. 9.2.6.6...
  • Page 112: Servicing The External Fan

    ● The fan impeller must be stationary when carrying out any work on the external cooling system. ● Interrupt/disconnect the external cooling unit circuit. ● Lock out the circuit so that it cannot be switched on again. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 113: Maintaining Terminal Boxes

    ● If dust or humidity have infiltrated the terminal box, this should be cleaned and dried (particularly the insulators). Check all the seals and sealing surfaces and address the cause of the leakiness. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 114: Repair

    The protecting ring acts as an outer bearing seal. It sits on the shaft outside the bearing end shield. Disassembly ● Once the coupling is detached, you can remove the protective ring from the shaft. After it has been removed, the protective ring will be deformed and must be replaced. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 115: Removing And Mounting The External Fan

    Assembly ● Push the protecting ring over the end of the shaft. ● For 1PH818. or 1PH822. motors, ensure that the outer collar is placed with a space of 1 mm from the bearing end shield (detail Z). Figure 9-2...
  • Page 116: Connecting The Speed Encoder

    ① 2. Unscrew the screws and remove the external fan. 3. For mounting, proceed in reverse order. Figure 9-3 Unscrewing the external fan (1PH818., 1PH822.) 9.3.4 Connecting the speed encoder NOTICE Electrostatic discharge Electronic modules contain components that can be seriously damaged by electrostatic discharge.
  • Page 117: Replacing The Drive-cliq Interface (encoder Module)

    Replacing or adjusting the speed encoder Replacing or adjusting the speed encoder in an incorrect manner can result in machine malfunctions. Arrange to have the speed encoder replaced or adjusted by Siemens service personnel. This will ensure problem-free functioning. 9.3.5...
  • Page 118: Touch Up Any Damaged Paintwork

    Note Paint system Contact the Service Center (Page 131) before you repair any paint damage. They will provide you with more information about the correct paint system and methods of repairing paint damage. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 119: Spare Parts

    Spare parts kit, drive-end bearing (complete) 32.00 Spare parts kit, external fan (only force-ventilated motors) 55.00 Spare parts kit, relevant version of speed encoder Additional spare parts are available on request. See also Service and Support (Page 131) SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 120: Holding Brake

    The anti-condensation heater is mounted directly on the winding. The anti-condensation heater cannot be removed without causing damage to the winding. A new anti-condensation heater may only be installed by Siemens Service Center (Page 131) specialists. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822.
  • Page 121: Water-cooled Motor

    55.00 Spare parts kit, speed encoder 10.35* Hoisting lug 5.00* Bearing shield, drive end 20.00* Terminal box 6.00* Bearing shield, non-drive end 99.00* Special built-on parts * On request SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 122: Force-ventilated Motor

    Stator housing (with laminated core, winding and cooling water pipe system) 55.00 Spare parts kit, speed encoder 10.35* Eyebolt 5.00* Bearing shield, DE 20.00* Terminal box 6.00* Bearing shield, NDE 99.00* Special built-on components * On request SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 123: External Fan

    Spare parts 10.7 Force-ventilated motor 10.7.2 External fan Figure 10-3 Spare parts for external fan (type 1PH818., 1PH822.) Table 10-3 Spare parts for external fan Part Description Part Description 32.00 34.31 External grill cover 34.21 Filter element * 34.33 Inside basket * Option for type 1PH828.
  • Page 124: Terminal Box

    10.8 Terminal box 10.8 Terminal box Figure 10-4 Terminal box Table 10-4 Spare parts for terminal box Number Designation Number Designation 20.20* Enclosure 20.50* Entry plate 20.30* Cover 20.60* Adapter plate (optional) * On request SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 125: Speed Encoder (type 1ph818., 1ph822.)

    Spare parts 10.9 Speed encoder (type 1PH818., 1PH822.) 10.9 Speed encoder (type 1PH818., 1PH822.) Figure 10-5 Speed encoder Table 10-5 Spare part, speed encoder (type 1PH818., 1PH822.) Part Description 55.00 Spare parts kit, speed encoder ● Speed encoder ● Torque arm 55.71...
  • Page 126 Spare parts 10.9 Speed encoder (type 1PH818., 1PH822.) SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 127: Disposal

    On machines with permanent magnets, the magnetic field is guided in an assembled state in the magnetic circuit of the machine. This means that no magnetic fields, which may be to your health, are detectable outside the machine. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 128: Disposing Of Permanent Magnets

    11.4 Disposing of permanent magnets If the entire motor is melted down, no special action is required for the permanent magnets. Remove all cables before the melting process. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 129: Disposal Of Components

    Note Authorized waste disposal companies Information regarding authorized waste disposal companies and workshops can be obtained from the Siemens Service Center (Page 131). 11.5 Disposal of components Components The machines consist mainly of steel and various proportions of copper and aluminum. Metals are generally considered to be unlimitedly recyclable.
  • Page 130 ● Wooden packaging for sea transport consists of impregnated wood. Observe the local regulations. ● The foil used for water-proof packaging is an aluminum composite foil. It can be recycled thermally. Dirty foil must be disposed of via waste incineration. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 131: Service And Support

    If you want to use this function, you must first register. Later, you can log on with your login data. Training The following link provides information on SITRAIN - training from Siemens for products, systems and automation engineering solutions: Technical Support...
  • Page 132 Siemens does not control the information on these websites and is also not responsible for the contents and information provided there. Use of these websites is at the risk of the person doing so.
  • Page 133: Technical Specifications

    Table B-1 Tightening torques for screw/bolt connections with a tolerance of ±10% Case 1080 1700 2600 4200 1200 2000 3100 4700 7500 SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 134 Note Non-standard tightening torques Different tightening torques for electrical connections and bolted connections for parts with flat seals or insulating parts are specified in the relevant sections and drawings. SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 135: Quality Documents

    Quality documents You can find the quality documents here: https://support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/de/ps/13358/cert (https:// support.industry.siemens.com/cs/ww/en/ps/13358/cert) SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 136 Quality documents SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 137: Additional Documents

    Number of emergency stops 2000 1200 Opening time [ms] Closing time [ms] Note More information ● Magnetic field when the brake is open (Page 84) See also Operating instructions, holding brake (Page 139) SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 138 Additional documents D.1 Reader notes on the operating instructions of the holding brake SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 139: Operating Instructions, Holding Brake

    Additional documents D.2 Operating instructions, holding brake Operating instructions, holding brake SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 140 Additional documents D.2 Operating instructions, holding brake SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 141 Stromag Dessau safety in motion Service Instructions Electromagnetic - Double - Face Spring - Applied Brake These operating instructions are intended to Stromag Dessau GmbH enable the user to operate the Stromag Dessau Dessauer Str. 10 product safely and effectively, to use it sensibly and to maintain it properly so as to exclude the D-06844 Dessau-Roßlau possibility of any damage or incorrect operation.
  • Page 142 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 Contents Chapter Page Technical data Nameplate data Torque, speed, and other technical data Bore and keyway dimensions, connections Application range and utilization as per specification Safety guidelines Symbol for safety at work Instructions "Caution"...
  • Page 143 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 Technical data Nameplate data The following data is stated on the nameplate (73). It is provided on the front side of the brake. Series / Size Order –...
  • Page 144 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 dynamic torque (friction torque, nominal value for working brake) applies to dry operation with an oil- and grease-free friction lining after running-in static torque (torque of adhesion) stat maximum idling speed...
  • Page 145 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 If the brake is to be used outside this contractual scope of operation, contact Stromag Dessau for further details (Address see Chapter 10.3). Safety guidelines Symbol for safety at work This symbol denotes all the safety instructions in this manual which deal with danger to life and...
  • Page 146 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 Caution! In every case the local safety and accident prevention regulations are also applicable, the user must ensure that these are complied with. We reserve the right to make modifications of a technical nature to this manual if required for brake development.
  • Page 147 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 In - process stocking All parts are made of stainless material or are provided with a surface protection by gas nitrocarburizing. In addition they are prined with a zinc phosphate painting. Bore and keyway of the driving hub (15) are supplied greased.
  • Page 148 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 4 Construction, functioning, construction characteristics Fig. 1 4.1 Designation of individual components (shown size NFF 16 with option speedometer installation) 1 Coil body with coil 30 condensation heater 2 friction lining assy.
  • Page 149 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 Functioning and design characteristics of the standard version The brake NFF is a spring-loaded electromagnetic double-face brake which brakes without current and is released electromagnetically. The brake type NFF meets highest requirements with regard to fatigue strength and robustness and is seawater-proof.
  • Page 150 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 For the mechanical release in case of emergency of the system use red marked screws (49) which have to be removed of its position (coil body (1) – outer body (13) – brake flange (11)) (up to size NFF 10 loosely attached) –...
  • Page 151 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 Assembly The assembly to the motor is simple, no dismantling of the brake is required. Check the connecting dimensions for compatibility with the brake. Remove any existing transportation or bearing protections devices, as well as any burr or impact damage.
  • Page 152 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 Initial setting into service (Single parts with item designation as per chap. 4.1) Before the initial setting into service, the following test measures are necessary: •...
  • Page 153 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 Protection classes In completely mounted condition and under consideration of the following hints assembled, the brake as standard execution (as shown in fig 3) complies with protection class IP 66, in accordance with DIN 40050 and DIN VDE 0530.
  • Page 154 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 Duty cycle, switching frequency The design as well as admissible loads on brakes as per braking torque, speed, switching capacity are given under „Technical Data“ (see Chapter 1) and the dimensional drawing (appendix).
  • Page 155 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 Maintenance Maintenance and inspection work Make sure to comply with Chapter 2 "Safety guidelines" during all maintenance and inspection work. As the brakes work under varying operating conditions, it is not possible to pre-define wear check, inspection, maintenance and repair intervals.
  • Page 156 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 - Remove the mounting screws (41) and (42) - dismantle the complete coil body assembly with outer body (13) from the brake flange (11) taking care not to damage armature disc (10) - remove shim (20) and re-assemble in inversed order coil body assembly and outer body.
  • Page 157 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 Variants (optional) Without terminal box; Micro switch for Micro switch to wear monitoring 1m flying lead monitor switching states Condensation heater PG 11 Electrical connection via terminal block within terminal box...
  • Page 158 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 Execution with micro switch If the switching condition of the brake should be controlled, a micro switch (28) could be used. When the armature disc (10) is moved against the coil body (1) as a result of the electromagnetic force of the coil or the actuation of the mechanical emergency release device, (chap.
  • Page 159 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 Hand lever emergency with self locking Optionally the brake can be equipped with a self - locking hand lever release allowing the manual release in case of emergency, e.g.
  • Page 160 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 Spare parts stocking, after-sales service 10.1 Spare parts stocking Stocking of spare and parts subject to wear is an important precondition for permanent and reliable functioning of the brake.
  • Page 161 Stromag Dessau Service Instructions NFF IP 66 safety in motion Electromagnetic Double Face Spring – Applied Brake 01.06.2009 Listed standards and regulations DIN 6885 Sheet 1 Fitting keys DIN 40050 (VDE 0470) Protection classes DIN 42948 Fastening flanges for electrical machines DIN 42955 Concentricity of shaft ends, co-axial and true running of fastening flanges of rotating electrical machines...
  • Page 162 Stromag Dessau NFF – Service Instruction safety in motion air gap Brake size 1000 Brake torque 1000 1600 2500 4000 6300 10000 Nom. speed 5300 4900 4500 4100 3800 3500 3200 3000 2800 2200 1900 1600 1400 1200 Moment of Inertia 0.0004 0.00043 0.00080 0.00125 0.00340 0.00430 0.01212 0.01463 0.04171 0.14821 0.23515 0.43412 1.0161 1.5610 B side...
  • Page 163: Operating Instructions Of The Ec External Fan

    Operating instructions of the EC external fan SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 164 Additional documents D.3 Operating instructions of the EC external fan SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 165 english ECblue GR25V-6IK.BD.1R / GR31M-6ID.BD.2R Ventilation units with reverse curved impeller and ECblue fan motor size B Assembly instructions Keep for reference! L-BAL-F065-GB 1617 Index 004 Part.-No. 00702801-GB...
  • Page 166 Assembly instructions ECblue Content General notes ............. Validity .
  • Page 167: Index

    Assembly instructions ECblue Diagnostic ..............Trouble shooting .
  • Page 168: General Notes

    Assembly instructions ECblue General notes 1 General notes Validity This document is valid for ventilation units with reverse curved impeller and ECblue fan of motor size B (090). The used motor size is recognisable from the type designation ( rating plate). e.
  • Page 169: Safety Instructions

    Assembly instructions ECblue Safety instructions 2 Safety instructions This chapter contains instructions to prevent personal injury and property damage. These instructions do not lay claim to completeness. In case of questions and problems, please consult our company technicians. Intended use Attention! •...
  • Page 170: Product Safety

    Assembly instructions ECblue Safety instructions Product safety The device conforms to the state of the art at the time of delivery and is fundamentally considered to be reliable. The device and its accessories must only be used in a flawless condition and installed and operated in compliance with the assembly instructions and/or operating instructions.
  • Page 171: Modifications / Interventions In The Device

    Assembly instructions ECblue Safety instructions Danger of being sucked in! Do not wear loose or hanging clothing, jewellery, etc., tie together long hair and cover it. Attention, hot surface! • Temperatures of above 85 °C can occur on the motor surfaces, especially on the controller housing! Modifications / interventions in the device Attention!
  • Page 172: Product Overview

    Assembly instructions ECblue Product overview 3 Product overview Operational area The fans motors are not ready-for-use products, but conceived as components for ventilation systems (type designation rating plate). The fans may not be operated until they are installed in line with their intended use. The supplied and certified guard grille of ZIEHL-ABEGG SE fans is designed in accordance with DIN EN ISO 13857 Table 4 (from the age of 14 up).
  • Page 173: Rating Plate

    ZB-155 MK090-0029 0.24 kW; 1.2-0.88 A; 2900 rpm IP55; 60°C THCL 155 ECblue basic 1~200-277 Vac; 50/60Hz; 0.48 kW 2.5-1.75 A; 2510 rpm; Siemens-No. A5E35451911 IP55; 60°C; F (THCL 155) ErP 2015 (N62) rotation EP CONT AO N=67.4 η statA=50.8%...
  • Page 174: Note On The Erp Directive

    Assembly instructions ECblue Product overview Note on the ErP directive ZIEHL-ABEGG SE wishes to point out that, based on the directive (EU) no. 327/2011 of the Commis- sion of 30th of March 2011 for enforcing directive 2009/125/EC (hereinafter referred to as ErP directive), the operational area of certain fans within the EU is bound by certain prerequisites.
  • Page 175: Mounting

    Assembly instructions ECblue Mounting 4 Mounting General notes Attention! • Check the fan for damage, e.g. cracks, dents or damage to the electric cables, before assembly. Start-up is not allowed in the case of transport damage! • Mounting is only to be undertaken by trained service personnel. The system manufacturer or the machine builder and/or the user is responsible that the inherent installation and security information are harmonized with the valid standard and guidelines (EN ISO 12100 / 13857).
  • Page 176: Mounting Of Centrifugal Fans, Gr Design

    Assembly instructions ECblue Mounting Mounting of centrifugal fans, GR design Fastening depending on housing design on flange or fastening brackets. Attention! • Observe the data on the dimensional sheet of the ventilation unit for the respective article number. • Avoid structural damage or stress with installation. Flange and mounting bracket must be fixed flat on a level surface.
  • Page 177: Connection Lead & Terminal Box

    Assembly instructions ECblue Mounting Procedure 1. Loosen 4 screws “2” and remove the protective grille “1”. 2. The screws “2”, contact washers “3” and anti-loss washers “4” stay on the protective grille. 3. Join the filter unit. Consisting of: Protective grille “1”, fastening parts “2”, “3”, “4”, filter cage “5” and filter “6”.
  • Page 178: Assembly In A Humid Atmosphere

    Assembly instructions ECblue Mounting Assembly in a humid atmosphere Information If a fan / motor is stationary for long periods in a humid atmosphere, it should be switched ON for minimum of two hours every month to remove any moisture that may have condensed within the motor.
  • Page 179: Electrical Installation

    Assembly instructions ECblue Electrical installation 5 Electrical installation Safety precautions Danger due to electric current • Work on electric components may only be carried out by trained electricians or by persons instructed in electricity under the supervision of an electrician in accordance with electrical engineering regulations.
  • Page 180: Emc-compatible Installation Of Control Lines

    Assembly instructions ECblue Electrical installation Attention! • Cables glands are not part of the scope of supply. The manufacturer’s specifications for tightening torque and sealing area must be observed! • Only use lines which can guarantee a permanent seal around the cable glands (pressure-resistant, dimensionally-stable, round-centred jacket;...
  • Page 181: Operating In It-system

    Assembly instructions ECblue Electrical installation 5.4.3 Operating in IT-System Danger due to electric current • In the IT-System the neutral point of voltage supply is not grounded; in the case of a short-circuit between a phase (e.g. “L1”) and protective earth “PE” becomes the protective earth potential = phase.
  • Page 182 Assembly instructions ECblue Electrical installation Diagram for setting via external signal. 100 % n-min = 50 % n-max. = 100 % Analog In 1 0...10 V 90 100 0...100 % PWM 28.04.2015 v_ecblue_100_set_min50_max100.vsd nM Motor speed 100 % Rated speed Si Speed setting signal 0...10 V / 0...100 % PWM Possibilities for speed setting •...
  • Page 183: Voltage Supply "10 V Dc

    Since both line voltage fluctuations and ambient conditions affect the initialisation time, a different delay might occur in individual cases. 5.10 MODBUS (RS-485) interface Via the MODBUS interface (terminals “A” and “B”) Siemens customer service can check the operating state of the fan. 5.11 Potential at control voltage connections The control voltage connections (<...
  • Page 184: Start-up

    Assembly instructions ECblue Start-up Start-up Prerequisites for commissioning Attention! • During commissioning, unexpected and hazardous conditions can arise in the entire installation due to defective adjustments, defective components or incorrect electrical connections. Remove all persons and objects from the hazardous area. •...
  • Page 185: Diagnostic

    Assembly instructions ECblue Diagnostic 7 Diagnostic Trouble shooting Type of error Possible cause Adjustment Fan does not run No line voltage Check line voltage (anymore) line failure Under - or overvoltage Earth fault Check motor connection and line voltage Short circuit winding Replace fan Thermal motor protection has trig- Check for free air passages;...
  • Page 186: Status Out With flash Code

    23.04.2012 v_flash_explain_1_x.VSD Information Operating states are indicated by the status LED in the fan lid by a flashing code. A description of the flashing code is available from Siemens Service if required. 8 Service work Repairs / maintenance Attention! •...
  • Page 187: Cleaning

    Assembly instructions ECblue Enclosure • Bolted-on wheels and/or wings may only be replaced by authorised ZIEHL-ABEGG SE staff. The manufacturer shall not be liable for damage caused through improper repair work. • The fan or motor is maintenance-free due to the use of ball bearings with “life-time lubrication”. At the end of the grease service life ( Technical Data), it is necessary to change the bearing.
  • Page 188 EN 61000-3-2 are guaranteed. Max. leakage current according to the < 3.5 mA defined networks of EN 60990 dB(A) values Data sheets available at Siemens Ball bearings grease service-life (F during standard usage approx. 40.000 h Protection class of motor according to IP55 EN 60034-5 * Regarding the mains connection, these devices are to be classified as category “C2”...
  • Page 189: Connection Diagram

    Assembly instructions ECblue Enclosure Connection diagram GR25V-6IK.BD.1R / GR31M-6ID.BD.2R max. AC 250 V 2 A 10V GND E1 (D+) (D-) 10 k Signal 0...10 V 10 k Netzspannung Leistungsschild Line voltage Rating-plate Signal PWM f = 1...10 kHz EMUN19K1 29.04.2015 15...28 V 1 Line voltage rating plate...
  • Page 190: Ec Declaration Of Incorporation

    Assembly instructions ECblue EC Declaration of Incorporation EC Declaration of Incorporation ZA87-GB-01/16 Index 005 00296702-GB as defined by the EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, Annex II B The design of the incomplete machine: • Axial fan FA.., FB.., FC.., FE.., FF.., FS.., FT.., FH.., FL.., FN.., FV.., DN.., VR.., VN.., ZC.., ZF.., ZN.. •...
  • Page 191: Index

    Assembly instructions ECblue Index Index Assembly Bearing Blower side version changing the bearing control cable cooling ErP directive filter cage filter unit grease service life Imbalance Input resistance leakage current one-quadrant drives rating plate Relay output 2, 19 relays Residual-current-operated protective S1 operated service life sound power levels...
  • Page 192: Manufacturer Reference

    Telefax: +49 (0) 7940 16-504 info@ziehl-abegg.de http://www.ziehl-abegg.de Service information If you have any technical questions while commissioning or regarding malfunctions, please contact the Siemens Service Center at the following contact data: https://support.industry.siemens.com/My/ww/en/requests#createRequest or mailto:ld-service.i-cs@siemens.com L-BAL-F065-GB 1617 Index 004 Part.-No. 00702801-GB...
  • Page 193 Connection, 75, 77 Connection Filter mat, 113 Electrical, 70 Maintaining, 112 External fan, 75 Maintenance, 112 Holding brake, 79 External fan with three-phase motor, 25 Speed encoder, 78 Temperature sensor, 80 Connection data, 70 SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 194 Initial inspection, 103 Insulated bearings, 46 Insulation resistance, 50, 85, 104 Operating mode, 29 Anti-condensation heating, 52 Operating pressure, 66 measure, 50 Output element, 55 Interference immunity, 19 Overspeeds, 29 Interference voltages, 19 SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 195 Torsional loadings, 35 Hazardous substances, 15 Training, 131 Hot surfaces, 15 Transporting, 37, 38, 57 Live parts, 14 Type of balancing, 55, 56 Maintenance work, 101 Types of construction, 24 Rotating parts, 15 SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 196 Vibration response of the system, 62 Vibration severity, 62 Vibration values, 89 Voltage, 81 Voltage at the motor terminals, 83, 92 Voltage via the converter, 83, 92 Water drain hole, 44, 59 Water drainage hole, 58 SIMOTICS M-1PH8 1PH818., 1PH822. Operating Instructions 07/2016...
  • Page 197 AA Manual STROMAG Break AC Manual Ziehl Abegg external fan...
  • Page 198 Siemens AG Process Industries and Drives Postfach 48 48 90026 NÜRNBERG GERMANY www.siemens.com/drives...

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