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Cooling / construction type (b)

8LTA motors are self-cooling and are equipped with a ISO output flange. The motors must be installed on the cooling surface (flange).

8LTJ motors are based on motors with cooling type A and are liquid-cooled. The liquid-cooling increases the nominal torque (MN), nominal current (IN), stall torque (M0) and stall current (I0) by 70 % as compared to the respective motors with cooling type A.

8LTQ motors are self-cooling and have a shaft with a blind hole. The motors must be installed on the cooling surface (flange).

8LTS motors are based on motors with cooling type Q and are liquid-cooled. The liquid-cooling increases the nominal torque (MN), nominal current (IN), stall torque (M0) and stall current (I0) by 70 % as compared to the respective motors with cooling type Q.

Size (c)

8LT three-phase synchronous motors are available in size 9 and C.

Cooling type

Available sizes

9

C

A

Yes

Yes

B

Yes

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J

Yes

Yes

K

Yes

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Q

Yes

Yes

S

Yes

Yes

Length (d)

8LT three-phase synchronous motors are available in up to six different lengths. They have different power ratings with identical flange dimensions. The various lengths can be differentiated by a number (d) in the model number (3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8).

Length

Available for size

9

C1)

3

Yes1)

Yes

4

Yes

Yes

5

Yes

Yes

6

Yes

Yes

7

Yes

Yes

8

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Yes

1) Not for 8LTB/8LTK
Encoder system (ee)

EnDat encoders

EnDat is a standard developed by Johannes Heidenhain GmbH that incorporates the advantages of absolute and incremental position measurement while also offering a read/write parameter memory in the encoder. With absolute position measurement (the absolute position is sampled serially), a homing procedure for referencing is usually not required. Where necessary, a multi-turn encoder (4096 revolutions) should be installed. It is also possible to use a single-turn encoder together with a reference switch, however. In this case, a homing procedure must be carried out. The incremental process allows the short deceleration periods necessary for position measurement when using drives with highly dynamic characteristics.

Different types of EnDat encoders can be used depending on requirements:

Name

Order code (ee)

E6

E7

Encoder type

EnDat single-turn

EnDat multi-turn

Operating principle

Optical

Optical

EnDat protocol

EnDat 2.1

EnDat 2.1

Resolution

2048-line

2048-line

Recognizable
Revolutions

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4096

Accuracy

±20"

±20"

Cutoff frequency

≥ 400 kHz (-3 dB)

≥ 400 kHz (-3 dB)

Vibration during operation
55 < f ≤ 2000 Hz

≤150 m/s² (IEC 60 068-2-6)

≤150 m/s² (IEC 60 068-2-6)

Shock during operation
Duration 6 ms

≤1000 m/s² (IEC 60 068-2-27)

≤1000 m/s² (IEC 60 068-2-27)

Manufacturer

Internet address

Dr. Johannes Heidenhain GmbH

www.heidenhain.de

Manufacturer's product ID

ECN1313

EQN1325

EnDat 2.2 encoder

General information

Digital drive systems and position control loops with position measuring devices for determining measurement values require fast and highly secure data transfer from measurement devices. In addition, other data such as drive-specific characteristics, correction tables, etc. should also be available. To ensure a high level of system security, measurement devices must be integrated in routines for detecting errors and be able to perform diagnostics.

The EnDat interface from HEIDENHAIN is a digital, bidirectional interface for measurement devices. It is able to output position values from incremental and absolute measurement devices and can also read and update information on the measurement device or store new data there. Because it relies on serial data transfer, only 4 signal lines are needed. Data is transferred synchronously to the clock signal defined by the subsequent electronics. The type of transfer used (e.g. for position values, parameters, diagnostics, etc.) is selected using mode commands sent to the measurement device by the subsequent electronics.

Technical data

EnDat 2.2 encoders (single-turn or multi-turn) can be used depending on requirements.

Name

Order code (ee)

D0

D1

Encoder type

EnDat single-turn

En Dat multi-turn

Operating principle

Optical

Optical

EnDat protocol

EnDat 2.2

EnDat 2.2

Position values per revolution

33 554 432 (25-bit)

33 554 432 (25-bit)

Recognizable revolutions

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4096

Accuracy

±20"

±20"

Vibration during operation1)
10 to 2000 Hz

≤300 m/s2 (IEC 60068-2-6)

≤300 m/s2 (IEC 60 068-2-6)

Shock during operation

Duration 6 ms

≤1000 m/s2 / ≤2000 m/s2 (IEC 60068-2-27)

≤1000 m/s2 / ≤2000 m/s2 (IEC 60068-2-27)

Manufacturer

Internet address

Dr. Johannes Heidenhain GmbH

www.heidenhain.de

Manufacturer ID

ECN 1325

EQN 1337

1) In accordance with the standard at room temperature; the following values apply at a working temperature up to 100°C: ≤300 m/s, up to 115°C: ≤150 m/s; 10 to 55 Hz constant path 4.9 mm peak to peak.

EnDat 2.2 encoder – Safety-related position measurement systems

General information

In machine and system manufacturing, the topic of safety is becoming more and more important. This is mirrored in legislation and stricter safety criteria in national and international standards. Most importantly, stricter requirements serve to protect personnel, but they also increasingly serve to protect property and the environment. The goal of functional safety is to minimize or eliminate dangerous situations that can occur in machine and systems either with or without operational errors. This is generally achieved by implementing redundant systems. Moving axes in safety-oriented applications require position information in order to be able to carry out their corresponding safety functions. Different system configurations can be implemented to get independent position values. One possibility is using two measurement devices per axis. To keep costs down, the aim is often to create a solution with only one position measurement device. Until now, analog measurement devices with sine/cosine signals were used for this purpose.

Information regarding the area of application and the procedure for setting up various safety functions can be found in the "ACOPOSmulti with SafeMC" user's manual. (Model number: MAACPMSAFEMC-GERACOPOSmulti with SafeMC or in the Downloads section of our website)

Technical data

EnDat 2.2 functional safety encoders (single-turn or multi-turn) can be used depending on the application.

Name

Order code (ee)

S0

S1

Encoder type

EnDat single-turn functional safety

EnDat multi-turn functional safety

Operating principle

Optical

Optical

EnDat protocol

EnDat 2.2

EnDat 2.2

Position values per revolution

33 554 432 (25-bit)

33 554 432 (25-bit)

Recognizable revolutions

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4096

Accuracy

±20"

±20"

Vibration during operation1)
10 to 2000 Hz

≤300 m/s2 (IEC 60068-2-6)

≤300 m/s2 (IEC 60 068-2-6)

Shock during operation

Duration 6 ms

≤2000 m/s2 (IEC 60 068-2-27)

≤2000 m/s2 (IEC 60 068-2-27)

Manufacturer

Internet address

Dr. Johannes Heidenhain GmbH

www.heidenhain.de

Manufacturer ID

ECN 1325

EQN 1337

1) In accordance with the standard at room temperature; the following values apply at a working temperature up to 100°C: ≤300 m/s, up to 115°C: ≤150 m/s; 10 to 55 Hz constant path 4.9 mm peak to peak.
Rated speed (nnn)

8LT three-phase synchronous motors can be delivered with three different rates speeds:

Size

Available nominal speeds nN [rpm]

80 / 1001)

300

500

1000

9

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Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

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Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

C1)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

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Length

3

4

5

6

7

8

31)

4

5

6

7

8

31)

4

5

6

7

31)

4

5

6

7

1) Not for 8LTB/8LTK
Oil seal (ff)

All 8LT three-phase synchronous motors are available with an optional Form A oil seal in accordance with DIN 3760. When equipped with an oil seal, the motors have IP65 protection in accordance with EN 60034-5.

Proper lubrication of the oil seal must be ensured throughout the entire service life of the motor.

Special motor options (gg)

00...No special motor options

Motor version (h)

The motor version is automatically specified by the configurator and can be seen in the technical data.

Order code motor options (ff)

The respective code (ff) for the order key can be found in the following table:

Motor options

Shaft end

Connection direction

Oil seal

Code for the order key (ff)

ISO flange / blind hole / hollow shaft

Motor and encoder plugs - angled (swivel)

No

F0

Yes

F3

Motor plug - straight, Encoder plug - swivel (angled)

No

F6

Yes

F9

Example Order 1

A torque motor of type 8LSA45 with a nominal speed of 300 rpm has been selected for an application. The motor should have a 2048-line EnDat single-turn encoder. Both the motor and the encoder plugs should be swivel plugs.

The code (ee) for the encoder system is E6.

The code (nnn) for a nominal speed of 300 rpm is 003.

The code (ff) for the other options (connection direction) is F0.

The model number for the required motor is 8LTA93.E6003F000-0

Example Order 2

A three-phase synchronous motor of type 8LTJ97 with a nominal speed of 500 rpm has been selected for an application. The motor should have an oil seal and a 2048-line EnDat multi-turn encoder. The motor plug should have a straight connection. The encoder plug should have a "swivel (angled)" connection.

The code (ee) for the encoder system is E7.

The code (nnn) for a nominal speed of 500 rpm is 005.

The code (ff) for the other options (oil seal and connection direction) is F9.

The model number for the required motor is 8LTJ97.E7005F900-0

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