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Siemens 1LA8 Operating Instructions Manual

Siemens 1LA8 Operating Instructions Manual (175 pages)

SIMOTICS TN Series N-compact Induction motor  
Brand: Siemens | Category: Engine | Size: 4.76 MB
Table of contents
Edition4................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal13................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information15................................................................................................................................................................
The Five Safety Rules16................................................................................................................................................................
For Use In Hazardous Zone 2 Or Zone 2218................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Sensitive Devices19................................................................................................................................................................
Electromagnetic Compatibility20................................................................................................................................................................
Interference Voltages When Operating The Converter21................................................................................................................................................................
Description23................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For Use29................................................................................................................................................................
Interlock Circuit For Anti-condensation Heating (option)30................................................................................................................................................................
Rotational Speed Limit Values31................................................................................................................................................................
System-inherent Frequencies32................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Delivery33................................................................................................................................................................
Rotor Shipping Brace34................................................................................................................................................................
Transporting The Machine Set35................................................................................................................................................................
Storage36................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Against Corrosion39................................................................................................................................................................
Reducing Bearing Currents40................................................................................................................................................................
Insulated Bearings When Operating The Converter41................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-3 Schematic Representation Of A Tandem Drive42................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For Installation43................................................................................................................................................................
Insulation Resistance And Polarization Index44................................................................................................................................................................
Testing The Insulation Resistance And Polarization Index45................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Mating Faces47................................................................................................................................................................
Lift The Machine To Where It Will Be Installed, And Position It48................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Anti-corrosion Protection49................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting The Output Elements50................................................................................................................................................................
Lifting And Transporting The Machine51................................................................................................................................................................
Putting The Machine Down53................................................................................................................................................................
Roughly Aligning The Machine54................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Machine55................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Fixing Screws56................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-3 Schematic Diagram: Aligning The Machine To The Driven Machine57................................................................................................................................................................
Aligning The Machine To The Driven Machine And Attaching It To It (im B5)58................................................................................................................................................................
Axial And Radial Forces59................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Instructions Relating To The Electrical Connection61................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Box 1xb162162................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Box 1xb163163................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Box 1xb163464................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Designation65................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Grounding Conductor66................................................................................................................................................................
Radio-frequency Grounding For Converter Operation67................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Machine For A Specific Direction Of Rotation68................................................................................................................................................................
Bringing Cables Into The Terminal Box 1xb16.. And Routing Them With Gable Gland69................................................................................................................................................................
Bringing Cables Into The Terminal Box 1xb.. And Routing Them With Onion Sealing Ring70................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Cables With Cable Lugs71................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Without Cable Lugs72................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-6 Connection Using Terminal Clamps (schematic Diagram)73................................................................................................................................................................
Use Of Aluminum Conductors74................................................................................................................................................................
Using Single-stranded Cables75................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Air Clearances76................................................................................................................................................................
Bringing Cables Into The Auxiliary Terminal Box And Routing Them77................................................................................................................................................................
Connect Metal Shield In The Terminal Box78................................................................................................................................................................
Terminating The Connection Work (auxiliary Circuit)79................................................................................................................................................................
Operation On A Converter With A Low Pulse Frequency80................................................................................................................................................................
Converter Operation On A Grounded Network82................................................................................................................................................................
Checks To Be Carried Out Prior To Commissioning83................................................................................................................................................................
Measurement Of The Insulation Resistance And Polarization Index Before Commissioning84................................................................................................................................................................
Greasing The Roller Bearings Prior To Commissioning85................................................................................................................................................................
Setpoint Values For Monitoring The Bearing Temperature86................................................................................................................................................................
Power On87................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Guidelines In Operation89................................................................................................................................................................
Machine Overheating Caused By Dust90................................................................................................................................................................
Operation In Hazardous Areas91................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Off The Anti-condensation Heating92................................................................................................................................................................
Avoidance Of Condensation Or Formation Of Condensation Within The Machine94................................................................................................................................................................
Shaft Grounding Brushes (optional)95................................................................................................................................................................
Decommissioning The Machine96................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Faults97................................................................................................................................................................
Mechanical Faults98................................................................................................................................................................
Roller Bearing Faults99................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection And Maintenance101................................................................................................................................................................
Risk Of Explosion When Cleaning With Compressed Air103................................................................................................................................................................
Inspections In The Event Of Faults104................................................................................................................................................................
General Inspection105................................................................................................................................................................
Regreasing Intervals And Types Of Grease For Operating Roller Bearings106................................................................................................................................................................
Sealing The Rolling-contact Bearings ("increased Degree Of Protection" Option)110................................................................................................................................................................
Maintaining Terminal Boxes111................................................................................................................................................................
Corrective Maintenance112................................................................................................................................................................
Seal The Motor114................................................................................................................................................................
Anti-condensation Heating115................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-1 Ventilation (schematic Diagram With Axial Fan)116................................................................................................................................................................
External Fan Made Of Plastic117................................................................................................................................................................
Roller-contact Bearings118................................................................................................................................................................
Remove V Ring119................................................................................................................................................................
Assembling The Rolling-contact Bearings120................................................................................................................................................................
Install The V Ring121................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The V Ring ("increased Degree Of Protection" Option)122................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Labyrinth Sealing Ring123................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-5 Position The Set Screws For The Labyrinth Sealing Ring On The Outer Bearing Cover124................................................................................................................................................................
Ordering Data125................................................................................................................................................................
Stator And Rotor127................................................................................................................................................................
Ventilation128................................................................................................................................................................
Drive End Rolling-contact Bearings With Bearing Housing129................................................................................................................................................................
Drive End Rolling-contact Bearings Without Bearing Housing130................................................................................................................................................................
Roller Bearings, De - End Shield With Integrated Bearing Cover131................................................................................................................................................................
Non-drive End Rolling-contact Bearings With Bearing Housing132................................................................................................................................................................
Non-drive End Rolling-contact Bearings Without Bearing Housing133................................................................................................................................................................
Roller Bearings, Nde - End Shield With Integrated Bearing Cover134................................................................................................................................................................
Table 10-10 Additional Spare Parts136................................................................................................................................................................
Table 10-12 Additional Spare Parts138................................................................................................................................................................
A.1 Siemens Industry Online Support143................................................................................................................................................................
A.2 Reduction Of Hazardous Substances144................................................................................................................................................................
B.1 Tightening Torques For Screw And Bolt Connections145................................................................................................................................................................
C Quality Documents147................................................................................................................................................................
C.2 Ec Declaration Of Conformity (ex Tc)156................................................................................................................................................................
Index169................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents175................................................................................................................................................................

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Siemens 1LA8 Operating & Installation Instructions Manual

Siemens 1LA8 Operating & Installation Instructions Manual (160 pages)

Low-voltage motor SIMOTICS TN Series N-compact  
Brand: Siemens | Category: Engine | Size: 4.2 MB
Table of contents
Assembly4................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction13................................................................................................................................................................
About These Instructions13................................................................................................................................................................
Compiling Personal Documents13................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information15................................................................................................................................................................
Information For The Nominated Person In Control Of The Electrical Installation15................................................................................................................................................................
The Five Safety Rules16................................................................................................................................................................
Qualified Personnel16................................................................................................................................................................
Safe Handling16................................................................................................................................................................
For Use In Hazardous Zone 2 Or Zone 2218................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Sensitive Devices19................................................................................................................................................................
Processes That Generate High Levels Of Electrostatic Charge20................................................................................................................................................................
Interference Immunity21................................................................................................................................................................
Influence On The Line Power Supply Through A Strongly Irregular Torque21................................................................................................................................................................
Interference Voltages When Operating The Converter21................................................................................................................................................................
Electromagnetic Fields When Operating Electrical Power Engineering Installations21................................................................................................................................................................
Description23................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-1 Machine Design23................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-2 Machine Design With Type Of Protection Ex Na Or Ex Ec24................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-3 Data On The Rating Plate26................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-4 Rolling-contact Bearing Variants28................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-5 Assignment Of Shaft Heights To Terminal Boxes29................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For Use31................................................................................................................................................................
Safety-related Aspects To Consider When Configuring The Plant31................................................................................................................................................................
Observing The Operating Mode31................................................................................................................................................................
Ensuring Cooling31................................................................................................................................................................
Thermal Motor Protection31................................................................................................................................................................
Interlock Circuit For Anti-condensation Heating (option)32................................................................................................................................................................
Support Base For Im B5 Construction Type32................................................................................................................................................................
Noise Emissions33................................................................................................................................................................
Rotational Speed Limit Values33................................................................................................................................................................
Complying With Speed-torque Curve34................................................................................................................................................................
Phase Synchronization During Supply System Switching34................................................................................................................................................................
Space Requirements34................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage And Frequency Fluctuations During Line Operation34................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-1 Minimum Dimensions For Air Intake34................................................................................................................................................................
System-inherent Frequencies35................................................................................................................................................................
Torsional Loading Of The Drive Train Due To Faults In The Electrical Supply35................................................................................................................................................................
Transport And Storage36................................................................................................................................................................
Transport Markings36................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Delivery36................................................................................................................................................................
Lifting And Transportation36................................................................................................................................................................
Securing The Rotor38................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 4-1 Axial Fastening Of The Rotor39................................................................................................................................................................
Transporting The Machine Set40................................................................................................................................................................
Storage40................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Against Corrosion43................................................................................................................................................................
Converter Operation43................................................................................................................................................................
Converter Operation Of Explosion-proof Machines44................................................................................................................................................................
Supply Line Configuration44................................................................................................................................................................
Converter Input Voltage45................................................................................................................................................................
Reducing Bearing Currents45................................................................................................................................................................
Converter Operation On A Grounded Network47................................................................................................................................................................
Insulated Bearings When Operating The Converter47................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For Installation50................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Installation50................................................................................................................................................................
Insulation Resistance And Polarization Index50................................................................................................................................................................
Testing The Insulation Resistance And Polarization Index51................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-1 Stator Winding Insulation Resistance At 40° C52................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Mating Faces53................................................................................................................................................................
Lift The Machine To Where It Will Be Installed, And Position It54................................................................................................................................................................
Preconditions For Correct Alignment And Secure Attachment54................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Load Handling Attachments54................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Rotor Shipping Brace54................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Rotor Shipping Brace From Machines With Vertical Type Of Construction55................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Anti-corrosion Protection55................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting The Output Elements56................................................................................................................................................................
Lifting And Transporting The Machine57................................................................................................................................................................
Draining Condensation59................................................................................................................................................................
Putting The Machine Down60................................................................................................................................................................
Roughly Aligning The Machine60................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Machine61................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Instructions For Installation61................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Fixing Screws61................................................................................................................................................................
Preconditions For Smooth, Vibration-free Operation62................................................................................................................................................................
Aligning The Machine To The Driven Machine And Attaching It To It (im B3 / Im B35)62................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-2 Permissible Deviations For Aligning The Machine With Flexible Coupling63................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 5-3 Schematic Diagram: Aligning The Machine To The Driven Machine63................................................................................................................................................................
Aligning The Machine To The Driven Machine And Attaching It To It (im B5)64................................................................................................................................................................
Aligning The Machine To The Driven Machine And Attaching It To It (im V1, Im V10)65................................................................................................................................................................
Axial And Radial Forces65................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Connection67................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Rules68................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Box68................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Box 1xb162169................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Box 1xb163170................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Box 1xb163471................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation71................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Winding Connections71................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Designation72................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Cables72................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Grounding Conductor72................................................................................................................................................................
Table 6-1 Terminal Designations Using The 1u1-1 As An Example72................................................................................................................................................................
Table 6-2 Determining The Cross-section Of The Grounding Conductor72................................................................................................................................................................
Connect Metal Shield In The Terminal Box73................................................................................................................................................................
Radio-frequency Grounding For Converter Operation73................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Without Terminal Box74................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Machine For A Specific Direction Of Rotation75................................................................................................................................................................
Introducing And Routing The Cables75................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting The Cable Into The 1xb1675................................................................................................................................................................
Certified Cable Entries, Thread Adapters And Sealing Plugs76................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting The Cable Into The 1xb77................................................................................................................................................................
Laying Cables78................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Cables With Cable Lugs78................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Without Cable Lugs79................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 6-8 Connection Using Terminal Clamps (schematic Diagram)80................................................................................................................................................................
Use Of Aluminum Conductors81................................................................................................................................................................
Using Single-stranded Cables82................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Equipotential Bonding82................................................................................................................................................................
Stepless Mating Face For Sealing In The Terminal Box Cover (not For Gt640)82................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Air Clearances83................................................................................................................................................................
Finishing Connection Work83................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Auxiliary Circuits83................................................................................................................................................................
Bringing Cables Into The Auxiliary Terminal Box And Routing Them84................................................................................................................................................................
Intrinsically Safe Circuits For Sensors Or Probes85................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Temperature Monitoring For The Stator Winding85................................................................................................................................................................
Terminating The Connection Work (auxiliary Circuit)86................................................................................................................................................................
Start-up87................................................................................................................................................................
Checks To Be Carried Out Prior To Commissioning87................................................................................................................................................................
Operation On A Converter With A Low Pulse Frequency89................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring The Insulation Resistance Before Commissioning89................................................................................................................................................................
Greasing The Roller Bearings Prior To Commissioning90................................................................................................................................................................
Setpoint Values For Monitoring The Bearing Temperature91................................................................................................................................................................
Set Values For Monitoring The Winding Temperature91................................................................................................................................................................
Test Run92................................................................................................................................................................
De-energizing93................................................................................................................................................................
Operation95................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Guidelines In Operation95................................................................................................................................................................
Operation In Hazardous Areas96................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Off The Anti-condensation Heating97................................................................................................................................................................
Switching On The Machine98................................................................................................................................................................
Regreasing Roller Bearings98................................................................................................................................................................
Switching On Again After An Emergency Switching-off98................................................................................................................................................................
Stoppages98................................................................................................................................................................
Avoidance Of Condensation Or Formation Of Condensation Within The Machine99................................................................................................................................................................
Avoidance Of Damage To Roller Bearings During Stoppages99................................................................................................................................................................
Shaft Grounding Brushes (option)100................................................................................................................................................................
Measurement Of The Insulation Resistance After An Extended Stoppage100................................................................................................................................................................
Decommissioning The Machine101................................................................................................................................................................
Re-commissioning The Machine101................................................................................................................................................................
Faults101................................................................................................................................................................
Inspections In The Event Of Faults101................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Faults102................................................................................................................................................................
Mechanical Faults103................................................................................................................................................................
Roller Bearing Faults104................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance105................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection And Maintenance105................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Instructions For Inspection And Maintenance105................................................................................................................................................................
Measurement Of The Insulation Resistance And Polarization Index In The Context Of Maintenance Work107................................................................................................................................................................
First Inspection After Installation Or Repair108................................................................................................................................................................
General Inspection108................................................................................................................................................................
Servicing The Roller Bearings109................................................................................................................................................................
Servicing And Maintaining The Anti-condensation Heating109................................................................................................................................................................
Regreasing Intervals And Types Of Grease For Operating Roller Bearings109................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9-3 Criteria For Selecting Roller Bearing Greases110................................................................................................................................................................
Sealing The Rolling-contact Bearings ("increased Degree Of Protection" Option)113................................................................................................................................................................
Keeping The Cooling Air Flow Clean114................................................................................................................................................................
Touch Up Any Damaged Paintwork114................................................................................................................................................................
Repainting114................................................................................................................................................................
Maintaining Terminal Boxes115................................................................................................................................................................
Corrective Maintenance116................................................................................................................................................................
Prepare Servicing Work116................................................................................................................................................................
Seal The Motor117................................................................................................................................................................
Screws With Precote Coating118................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Cowl118................................................................................................................................................................
External Fan Made Of Metal119................................................................................................................................................................
External Fan Made Of Plastic120................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Fan121................................................................................................................................................................
Roller-contact Bearings122................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Roller-contact Bearings122................................................................................................................................................................
Remove V Ring123................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Labyrinth Sealing Ring123................................................................................................................................................................
Assembling The Rolling-contact Bearings124................................................................................................................................................................
Install The V Ring125................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The V Ring ("increased Degree Of Protection" Option)126................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Labyrinth Sealing Ring127................................................................................................................................................................
Figure 9-7 Position The Set Screws For The Labyrinth Sealing Ring On The Outer Bearing Cover128................................................................................................................................................................
Spare Parts129................................................................................................................................................................
Ordering Data129................................................................................................................................................................
Ordering Spare Parts Via The Internet129................................................................................................................................................................
Anti-condensation Heating130................................................................................................................................................................
Stator And Rotor131................................................................................................................................................................
Ventilation132................................................................................................................................................................
Drive End Rolling-contact Bearings With Bearing Housing133................................................................................................................................................................
Drive End Rolling-contact Bearings Without Bearing Housing134................................................................................................................................................................
Roller Bearings, De - End Shield With Integrated Bearing Cover135................................................................................................................................................................
Non-drive End Rolling-contact Bearings With Bearing Housing136................................................................................................................................................................
Non-drive End Rolling-contact Bearings Without Bearing Housing137................................................................................................................................................................
Roller Bearings, Nde - End Shield With Integrated Bearing Cover138................................................................................................................................................................
1xb1631 Terminal Box140................................................................................................................................................................
Table 10-11 Additional Spare Parts For Terminal Box 1xb1631 With Split Cable Entry141................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal145................................................................................................................................................................
Rohs - Restricting The Use Of Certain Hazardous Substances145................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing For Disassembly145................................................................................................................................................................
Dismantling The Machine146................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal Of Components146................................................................................................................................................................
Service And Support149................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Data151................................................................................................................................................................
Tightening Torques For Screw And Bolt Connections151................................................................................................................................................................
Quality Documents153................................................................................................................................................................
Index155................................................................................................................................................................
Siemens 1LA8 Operating Instructions Manual

Siemens 1LA8 Operating Instructions Manual (148 pages)

SIMOTICS TN Series Induction motor  
Brand: Siemens | Category: Engine | Size: 4.83 MB
Table of contents
Assembly4................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents5................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction13................................................................................................................................................................
About These Instructions13................................................................................................................................................................
Compiling Personal Documents13................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Information15................................................................................................................................................................
Information For The Nominated Person In Control Of The Electrical Installation15................................................................................................................................................................
The Five Safety Rules15................................................................................................................................................................
Qualified Personnel16................................................................................................................................................................
Safe Handling16................................................................................................................................................................
Electrostatic Sensitive Devices18................................................................................................................................................................
Electromagnetic Compatibility19................................................................................................................................................................
Interference Immunity19................................................................................................................................................................
Influence On The Line Power Supply Through A Strongly Irregular Torque19................................................................................................................................................................
Interference Voltages When Operating The Converter20................................................................................................................................................................
Electromagnetic Fields When Operating Electrical Power Engineering Installations20................................................................................................................................................................
Description21................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-1 Machine Design21................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-2 Data On The Rating Plate22................................................................................................................................................................
Image 3-1 Schematic Diagram Of Rating Plate22................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-3 Rolling-contact Bearing Variants24................................................................................................................................................................
Table 3-4 Assignment Of Shaft Heights To Terminal Boxes25................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For Use27................................................................................................................................................................
Safety-related Aspects To Consider When Configuring The Plant27................................................................................................................................................................
Observing The Operating Mode27................................................................................................................................................................
Thermal Motor Protection27................................................................................................................................................................
Interlock Circuit For Anti-condensation Heating (option)27................................................................................................................................................................
Noise Emissions28................................................................................................................................................................
Rotational Speed Limit Values28................................................................................................................................................................
Phase Synchronization During Supply System Switching28................................................................................................................................................................
Space Requirements29................................................................................................................................................................
Voltage And Frequency Fluctuations During Line Operation29................................................................................................................................................................
System-inherent Frequencies29................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-1 Minimum Dimensions For Air Intake29................................................................................................................................................................
Torsional Loading Of The Drive Train Due To Faults In The Electrical Supply30................................................................................................................................................................
Transport And Storage30................................................................................................................................................................
Transport Markings30................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Delivery31................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Safe Lifting And Transporting31................................................................................................................................................................
Securing The Rotor32................................................................................................................................................................
Image 4-1 Axial Location Of The Rotor32................................................................................................................................................................
Transporting The Machine Set33................................................................................................................................................................
Table 4-2 Tightening Torque For The Shaft Screw On The Rotor Shipping Brace33................................................................................................................................................................
Storage34................................................................................................................................................................
Protection Against Corrosion36................................................................................................................................................................
Converter Operation37................................................................................................................................................................
Supply Line Configuration37................................................................................................................................................................
Reducing Bearing Currents37................................................................................................................................................................
Insulated Bearings When Operating The Converter39................................................................................................................................................................
Image 4-2 Schematic Representation Of A Single Drive39................................................................................................................................................................
Image 4-3 Schematic Representation Of A Tandem Drive40................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations For Installation41................................................................................................................................................................
Requirements For Installation41................................................................................................................................................................
Insulation Resistance And Polarization Index42................................................................................................................................................................
Testing The Insulation Resistance And Polarization Index42................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-1 Stator Winding Insulation Resistance At 40° C43................................................................................................................................................................
Preparing The Mating Faces45................................................................................................................................................................
Lift The Machine To Where It Will Be Installed, And Position It45................................................................................................................................................................
Preconditions For Correct Alignment And Secure Attachment45................................................................................................................................................................
Checking The Load Handling Attachments46................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Rotor Shipping Brace46................................................................................................................................................................
Removing Anti-corrosion Protection47................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting The Output Elements48................................................................................................................................................................
Image 5-1 Balancing Type On The Drive-end Side48................................................................................................................................................................
Lifting And Transporting The Machine49................................................................................................................................................................
Draining Condensation51................................................................................................................................................................
Image 5-2 Schematic Diagram Of The Water Drain Holes51................................................................................................................................................................
Image51................................................................................................................................................................
Putting The Machine Down52................................................................................................................................................................
Roughly Aligning The Machine52................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Machine53................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Instructions For Installation53................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Fixing Screws53................................................................................................................................................................
Preconditions For Smooth, Vibration-free Operation54................................................................................................................................................................
Aligning The Machine To The Driven Machine And Attaching It To It (im B3 / Im B35)54................................................................................................................................................................
Table 5-2 Permissible Deviations For Aligning The Machine With Flexible Coupling55................................................................................................................................................................
Schematic Diagram: Aligning The Machine To The Driven Machine55................................................................................................................................................................
Aligning The Machine To The Driven Machine And Attaching It To It (im B5)56................................................................................................................................................................
Aligning The Machine To The Driven Machine And Attaching It To It (im V1, Im V10)56................................................................................................................................................................
Axial And Radial Forces57................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Connection59................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Instructions Relating To The Electrical Connection59................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Box59................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Box Gt64060................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Box 1xb162160................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Box 1xb163161................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Box 1xb163462................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Box 1xb960063................................................................................................................................................................
Preparation63................................................................................................................................................................
Checking Winding Connections63................................................................................................................................................................
Terminal Designation64................................................................................................................................................................
Selecting Cables64................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Grounding Conductor64................................................................................................................................................................
Table 6-1 Terminal Designations Using The 1u1-1 As An Example64................................................................................................................................................................
Table 6-2 Determining The Cross-section Of The Grounding Conductor64................................................................................................................................................................
Radio-frequency Grounding For Converter Operation65................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Without Terminal Box66................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Machine For A Specific Direction Of Rotation67................................................................................................................................................................
Connection67................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting The Cable Into The Gt640 Terminal Box68................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting The Cable Into The 1xb1668................................................................................................................................................................
Table 6-3 Connection Technology (with Cable Lug / Connection Without Cable Lug)68................................................................................................................................................................
Table 6-4 Cable Entry Plate Versions68................................................................................................................................................................
Inserting The Cable Into The 1xb.. Terminal Box With Ring Seal69................................................................................................................................................................
Table 6-5 Terminal Boxes With Onion Sealing Ring69................................................................................................................................................................
Laying Cables70................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Cables With Cable Lugs71................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Without Cable Lugs71................................................................................................................................................................
Image 6-9 Connection Using Terminal Clamps (schematic Diagram)72................................................................................................................................................................
Use Of Aluminum Conductors73................................................................................................................................................................
Using Single-stranded Cables73................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Equipotential Bonding73................................................................................................................................................................
Stepless Mating Face For Sealing In The Terminal Box Cover (not For Gt640)74................................................................................................................................................................
Minimum Air Clearances74................................................................................................................................................................
Table 6-6 Minimum Air Clearance Dependent On Rms Value Of The Alternating Voltage U74................................................................................................................................................................
Finishing Connection Work75................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Auxiliary Circuits75................................................................................................................................................................
Bringing Cables Into The Auxiliary Terminal Box And Routing Them75................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting Temperature Monitoring For The Stator Winding76................................................................................................................................................................
Terminating The Connection Work (auxiliary Circuit)77................................................................................................................................................................
Operation On A Converter With A Low Pulse Frequency77................................................................................................................................................................
Maximum Peak Voltage At The Motor Terminals78................................................................................................................................................................
Table 6-7 Maximum Peak Voltage At The Motor Terminals78................................................................................................................................................................
Converter Operation On A Grounded Network80................................................................................................................................................................
Start-up81................................................................................................................................................................
Checks To Be Carried Out Prior To Commissioning81................................................................................................................................................................
Measuring The Insulation Resistance Before Commissioning82................................................................................................................................................................
Greasing The Roller Bearings Prior To Commissioning83................................................................................................................................................................
Setpoint Values For Monitoring The Bearing Temperature84................................................................................................................................................................
Set Values For Monitoring The Winding Temperature84................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-1 Set Values For Monitoring The Bearing Temperatures Before Commissioning84................................................................................................................................................................
Table 7-2 Set Values For Monitoring The Bearing Temperatures In Normal Operation84................................................................................................................................................................
Test Run85................................................................................................................................................................
De-energizing86................................................................................................................................................................
Operation87................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Guidelines In Operation87................................................................................................................................................................
Switching Off The Anti-condensation Heating88................................................................................................................................................................
Switching On The Machine89................................................................................................................................................................
Regreasing Roller Bearings89................................................................................................................................................................
Switching On Again After An Emergency Switching-off89................................................................................................................................................................
Stoppages89................................................................................................................................................................
Avoidance Of Condensation Or Formation Of Condensation Within The Machine90................................................................................................................................................................
Avoidance Of Damage To Roller Bearings During Stoppages90................................................................................................................................................................
Shaft Grounding Brushes (option)91................................................................................................................................................................
Measurement Of The Insulation Resistance After An Extended Stoppage91................................................................................................................................................................
Decommissioning The Machine92................................................................................................................................................................
Re-commissioning The Machine92................................................................................................................................................................
Faults92................................................................................................................................................................
Inspections In The Event Of Faults92................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Faults93................................................................................................................................................................
Mechanical Faults94................................................................................................................................................................
Roller Bearing Faults95................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance97................................................................................................................................................................
Inspection And Maintenance97................................................................................................................................................................
Safety Instructions For Inspection And Maintenance97................................................................................................................................................................
Measurement Of The Insulation Resistance And Polarization Index In The Context Of Maintenance Work98................................................................................................................................................................
First Inspection After Installation Or Repair99................................................................................................................................................................
General Inspection100................................................................................................................................................................
Servicing The Roller Bearings100................................................................................................................................................................
Servicing And Maintaining The Anti-condensation Heating100................................................................................................................................................................
Regreasing Intervals And Types Of Grease For Operating Roller Bearings101................................................................................................................................................................
Sealing The Rolling-contact Bearings ("increased Degree Of Protection" Option)104................................................................................................................................................................
Keeping The Cooling Air Flow Clean105................................................................................................................................................................
Touch Up Any Damaged Paintwork105................................................................................................................................................................
Maintaining Terminal Boxes105................................................................................................................................................................
Corrective Maintenance106................................................................................................................................................................
Prepare Servicing Work106................................................................................................................................................................
Seal The Motor107................................................................................................................................................................
Fan Cowl107................................................................................................................................................................
External Fan Made Of Metal108................................................................................................................................................................
External Fan Made Of Plastic109................................................................................................................................................................
Internal Fan109................................................................................................................................................................
Roller-contact Bearings110................................................................................................................................................................
Uninstalling Roller-contact Bearings110................................................................................................................................................................
Remove V Ring111................................................................................................................................................................
Removing The Labyrinth Sealing Ring111................................................................................................................................................................
Assembling The Rolling-contact Bearings112................................................................................................................................................................
Install The V Ring113................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The V Ring ("increased Degree Of Protection" Option)114................................................................................................................................................................
Installing The Labyrinth Sealing Ring115................................................................................................................................................................
Image 9-7 Position The Set Screws For The Labyrinth Sealing Ring On The Outer Bearing Cover116................................................................................................................................................................
Spare Parts117................................................................................................................................................................
Ordering Data117................................................................................................................................................................
Using Commercially Available Spare Parts117................................................................................................................................................................
Ordering Spare Parts Via The Internet117................................................................................................................................................................
Anti-condensation Heating118................................................................................................................................................................
Stator And Rotor119................................................................................................................................................................
Ventilation120................................................................................................................................................................
Drive End Rolling-contact Bearings With Bearing Housing121................................................................................................................................................................
Drive End Rolling-contact Bearings Without Bearing Housing122................................................................................................................................................................
Roller Bearings, De - End Shield With Integrated Bearing Cover123................................................................................................................................................................
Non-drive End Rolling-contact Bearings With Bearing Housing124................................................................................................................................................................
Non-drive End Rolling-contact Bearings Without Bearing Housing125................................................................................................................................................................
Roller Bearings, Nde - End Shield With Integrated Bearing Cover126................................................................................................................................................................
Table 10-11 Additional Spare Parts129................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal135................................................................................................................................................................
Rohs - Restricting The Use Of Certain Hazardous Substances135................................................................................................................................................................
Dismantling The Machine135................................................................................................................................................................
Disposal Of Components136................................................................................................................................................................
Service And Support137................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Data139................................................................................................................................................................
Tightening Torques For Screw And Bolt Connections139................................................................................................................................................................
Quality Documents141................................................................................................................................................................
Index143................................................................................................................................................................

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