Electric drives Product selection overview

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Electric drives

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Electric gantry axes

EGC-TB/-BS EGC-HD-TB/-BS ELGR/ELGG

DGE-ZR -KF/-RF DGE-SP ELGA-TB-G/ELGA-TB-RF

EGSK/EGSP ELGL-LAS DMES

Product features

Product Drive mechanism Guide mechanism Max. stroke ( Longer strokes on request) Max. speed Max. acceleration Repetition accuracy Max. feed force mm m/s m/s2 ± mm N Rodless

EGC-TB Toothed belt Ball bearing 8500 5 50 0.1 2500

EGC-BS Ball screw Ball bearing 3000 2 15 0.02 3000

EGC-HD-TB Toothed belt Ball bearing 5000 5 40 0.1 1800

EGC-HD-BS Ball screw Ball bearing 2400 1.5 15 0.02 1300

ELGR/ELGG Toothed belt Plain bearing, ball bearing

1500 1

3

50 0.1 350

DGE-ZR-KF Toothed belt Ball bearing 4500 3 50 0.1 1500

DGE-ZR-RF Toothed belt Roller guide 5000 10 50 0.1 1500

DGE-SP Ball screw Ball bearing 2000 1.2 6 0.02 1600

ELGA-TB-G Toothed belt Plain guide 8500 5 50 0.08 1300

ELGA-TB-RF Toothed belt Roller guide 7400 10 50 0.08 1300

EGSK/EGSP Ball screw Ball bearing 840 1.48/2 20 0.01/0.005/0.003 392/460

ELGL-LAS Electric linear direct drive

Air bearing 1750 4 50 0.01 450

DMES Lead screw Plain bearing or ball bearing 1800 0.05 2.5 0.05 3000

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Electric cantilever axes/slides/cylinders

DGEA EGSL

EPCO ESBF DNCE-BS/-LS

DNCE-LAS DFME-LAS ADNE-LAS

Product features

Product Drive mechanism Guide mechanism Max. stroke Max. speed Max. acceleration Repetition accuracy Max. feed force

mm m/s m/s2 ± mm N

Rodless

DGEA Toothed belt Ball bearing 1000 3 50 0.05 1000

With piston rod

EGSL Ball screw Ball bearing 300 1.3 25 0.015 450

EPCO Ball screw Not applicable 400 0.5 10 0.02 650

ESBF Ball screw Not applicable 1500 1.35 25 0.01 17000

DNCE-BS Ball screw Not applicable * 800 1 6 0.02 2500

DNCE-LS Lead screw Not applicable * 800 0.07 1 0.07 1000

DNCE-LAS Electric linear direct drive

Plain bearing 400 3 125 0.02 202 (FMax )

DFME-LAS Electric linear direct drive

Plain bearing/ ball bearing

400 3 83 0.015 202 (FMax )

ADNE-LAS Electric linear direct drive

Plain bearing 45 1.9 – 0.1 51 (FMax )

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Drive mechanism

Features Products

Toothed belt • Cost-effective

• Long strokes

• High speed/dynamic response • Short duty cycles

EGC-TB EGC-HD-TB DGE-ZR/-RF ELGA-TB-B/-RF DGEA ELGR/ELGG

Lead screw • Medium precision

• Self-locking/automatic locking • Cost-effective

• Long duty cycles • Positioning movements

DNCE-LS DMES

Ball screw • High precision

• Jerk-free movement • High thrust force • High load rigidity • Medium duty cycles

EGC-BS EGC-HD-BS DGE-SP EGSK/EGSP EGSL EPCO ESBF DNCE-BS

Linear direct drive • Maximum dynamic response

• Extremely short duty cycles • Jerk-free movement • Very short minimum stroke

ELGL-LAS DNCE-LAS DFME-LAS ADNE-LAS

Guide mechanism design

Features Products

Plain bearing • Cost-effective

• Low speed • Long duty cycles

ELGA-TB-G

Roller bearing • Cost-effective

• High speed up to 10 m/s • Short duty cycles

ELGA-TB-RF DGE-RF

Recirculating ball bearing • High loads and torques

• High speed • Short duty cycles

EGC EGC-HD DGE EGSK/EGSP ELGR/ELGG (ball bearing) EGSL DGEA

Drive technology

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Module Compact

controller Integrated controller CPX terminal Modular controller Robotic controller

Controller CECC-D CECC-LK CODESYS controller CDPX CODESYS controller CPX-CEC-C1 Motion controller CPX-CEC-M1 Modular controller CECX-X-C1 Motion controller CECX-X-M1 Robotic controller CMXR-C1 Robotic controller CMXR-C2 Functionality Single axis (ptp asynchronous) Single axis (ptp asynchronous)

C1: single axis M1: Interpolation (2D) Single axis (ptp asynchronous) Interpolation (2.5D) Robotic (3D) Robotic (3D) Maximum number of permissible axes 4 axes: one axis is treated as one CANopen participant. 128 participants (spec. acc. to CAN open). 8 axes:

one axis is treated as one CANopen participant. 128 participants (spec. acc. to CANopen).

6 axes interpolated, of which maximum 3 basic axes, 1 orientation axis, maximum 3 dependent auxiliary axes

Other axes (not mutually interpolating) can be actuated via the integrated CODESYS-PLC (ptp asychronous). Recommended: 16 axes Motion • PtP asynchronous • PtP asynchronous

• 3D interpolation with -M1 variants

• Each axis moves with its own predefined parameter

• The axes do not reach their end positions at the same time and the path is not defined

3D path interpolation with an orientation axis for kinematics with up to 4 degrees of freedom. For example, three-dimensional gantry with an axis of rotation on the front unit.

Special features • Stand-alone controller • Integration of

two fast inputs (200 khz) • 4 IO-Link masters for CECC-LK • CODESYS V3 pbF • Integrated controller in one display • CODESYS

• Function integration on the CPX terminal

• CODESYS

• CODESYS-PLC • Encoder interface • Interrupt function • Fast clock pulse inputs • Profibus master • Two CANbus masters • RS 232/ RS 485-A/422-A

• Low-cost engineering with the Festo Configuration Tool (FCT)

• Simple programming with Festo Teach Language (FTL)

• An optional handheld control unit • Reduced speed in manual operation • Automatic repositioning after

interrupted movements

• Genuine orientation axes on the front unit

• Integrated kinematic models (for Cartesian systems, tripod, H and T-gantry)

• Dynamic limiter for optimal cycle time • PLC Open

• SoftMotion • CNC editor • DXF import • Cam disc editor

• PLC Open • SoftMotion • CNC editor • DXF import • Cam disc editor • Enhanced flexibility due to CoDeSys PLC e.g. integration of vision system • Tracking function • Speed-independent path switching points with time compensation, e.g. for gluing applications

Sample

application • Handling systems • Pick & place,

palletising

• Handling systems • Pick & place, palletising

Path control, gluing, cutting, handling, flying saw, cam disc

• Handling systems • Pick & place,

palletising

Path control, gluing, cutting, handling, flying saw, cam disc

Handling, palletising, gluing, dispensing, painting, cutting Tracking applications such as processing moving parts on a conveyor belt or synchronised kinematic movement with up to 6 movements

Overview of controllers from Festo

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Performance comparison of motors

Type Servo (DC) Stepper Servo (AC)

Speed Very low (<500 RPM) Low/medium (1000 RPM) High (6600 RPM)

Duty cycle Low Medium/high High

Festo products MTR-DCI EMMS-ST/CMMS-ST EMMS-AS/CMMx

Motors and controllers

Performance comparison of servo motors and servo controllers

rpm NM 0 10 60 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000

EMMS-AS + CMMP-AS

EMMS-AS + CMMS-AS/CMMD-AS

EMMS-ST + CMMS-ST/CMMO-S

Product features controllers/drives

Product Operating modes Setpoint specification

Fieldbus Safety Synchronisation Motor feedback - interface MTR-DCI • Position • Force • I/O interface • FHPP protocol • CANOpen • Profibus DP • DeviceNet

– None • Incremental encoder (integrated)

MTR-DCI

CMMS-ST

EMMS-ST • Position• Speed • Torque • Synchronous • Analogue (±10 V) • I/O interface • FHPP protocol • CANOpen • Profibus DP • DeviceNet STO up to cat. 3, PLd • Master/slave • E-gearing • Incremental encoder (optional) EMMS-ST CMMS-ST CMMO-ST EPCO EMMS-ST • Position • Speed • Torque

• I/O interface None STO up to cat. 3, PLe

None • Incremental encoder (optional) EPCO CMMO-ST EMMS-ST CMMS-AS CMMD-AS EMMS/E-AS • Position • Speed • Torque • Synchronous • Analogue (±10 V) • I/O interface • FHPP protocol • CANOpen • Profibus DP • DeviceNet STO up to cat. 3, PLd • Master/slave • E-gearing • Absolute encoder (EnDat) • Single turn (Standard) • Multi turn (optional) EMMS/E-AS CMMS-/CMMD-AS CMMP-AS EMMS/E-AS CMMP-AS-M... • Position • Speed • Torque • Synchronous • Analogue (±10 V) • I/O interface • FHPP protocol • CANOpen • PROFIBUS DP • PROFINET RT • DeviceNet • EtherNet/IP • EtherCAT STO up to cat. 3, PLd STO up to cat. 4, PLe • Master/slave • E-gearing • E-camming • Absolute encoder (EnDat) and resolver

EMMS/E-AS CMMP-AS SFC-LACI DNCE-LAS DFME-LAS • Position • Speed • Feed force • I/O (digital inputs/outputs) • FHPP protocol • CANOpen • Profibus DP • DeviceNet

– None • Incremental linear encoder with reference switch DNCE-LAS DFME-LAS SFC-LACI CMFL

ADNE-LAS • Speed• Cycle rate • End position

• I/O interface None – None • Incremental linear encoder with reference switch ADNE-LAS CMFL CMMP-AS CMMS/D-AS CMMS/O-ST

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Motor feedback technologies Benefits Incremental encoder MTR-DCI EMMS-ST • Low-cost

• Zero position compensation/homing typically required on power up • MTR-DCI retains the last position on

power down (memory module) • Standard to RS422

MTR-DCI EMMS-ST

Single-turn absolute encoder

EMMS/E-AS

Multi-turn absolute encoder

EMMS/E-AS

• Absolute values via one shaft revolution • Inductive functional principle, not as

sensitive as optical encoders • Absolute value via one or more shaft

revolutions

• Zero position compensation not required if the shaft has completed less than 4096 revolutions (12 bit) • Inductive functional principle, not as

sensitive as optical encoders

EMMS-AS EMME-AS

Software

Safety function to DIN EN 61800-5-2 and EN 60204-1

PositioningDrives

• The right solution with just a few pieces of basic information

• Selection and dimensioning of electric axis, motor and gearing

The Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC requires numerous safety

functions as protective measures for sufficient risk reduction.

Festo offers various solution designs for this: from the configurable or

programmable safety system CMGA to integrated safety functions

STO (Safe Torque Off) in motor controllers, a second measuring

Festo Configuration Tool (FCT)

• Software for simple commissioning of the drive package

(electroma-gnetic drive, motor and motor controller)

• Project and data management for all supported device types

system on linear axes for 2-channel measurement of speed and

position and clamping units. Our detailed solutions along with

descriptions, parts lists, circuit diagrams, user programs and Sistema

project files will help you to implement these safety functions easily

in your own applications.

CMGA

CMMP-AS-_-M3

with STO module

EGC

with 2nd measuring system

EGC with clamping unit

on right and left

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