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S200 with Digital Link and MMC-Digital 2, 4, 8, 16 Axis Standalone Controls . Push Products. Block I/O Expansion Module. PiCPro Application Development and MMC-Smart Drive Interface Software. Exter Family of HMI’s. Digital MMC-Smart Drive Drive Resident Control. Digital MMC-Smart Drive

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push products
Push Products

Block I/O Expansion Module

PiCPro Application Development and

MMC-Smart Drive Interface Software

Exter Family of HMI’s

Digital MMC-Smart Drive

Drive Resident Control

Digital MMC-Smart Drive

Stand -Alone Control

MMC Stand Alone Control –

Analog or SERCOS

MMC for PC, PC Resident Control –

Analog or SERCOS

MMC Smart Drive Family –

Analog or Digital Interface

new product offering

Digital Link

New Product Offering

For applications that require high performance in a compact package, Danaher Motion is now offering a Digitally Interfaced version of the popular S200 drive, together with a family of digital stand-alone controls. The MMC Digital Stand-Alone 2, 4, 8, and 16 axis controls now join the MMC-SD Digital Drive Resident controls and the 32 and 64 axis stand-alone controls. Any of these controls can now be connected to our MMC Smart Drive or the S200 Digital Link , either individually or on the same network.

S200 with Digital Link

MMC Digital Control Family

MMC-SD Drive Resident Control

s200 digital link drive s200 dls
S200 Digital Link Drive (S200-DLS)
  • Provides a Digital Link interface for S200 servo drives
  • DL option card will be factory installed - similar to other option cards
  • Can be used with the MMC Digital Standalone Control Family or MMC-SD Digital Drive Resident Control Family
  • Can be used in combination with the MMC-SD Digital Drive Family
  • Pricing strategy is competitive with current S200 pricing
  • Initial power offerings: 3A, 6A, 12A and 24A, all 120/240VAC. Others can be added later.
  • Standard Serial, Aux I/O and SFD feedback connectors on base S200 drive
  • Phase 1 – Initial Product Release August 31, 2008
    • DL IN and DL OUT RJ45 connectors
    • DB15 HD feedback connector - future addition of BiSS, EnDat 2.2, or ComCoder
    • Gen I/O, 4 In / 4 Out 24VDC
    • Drive address select switches
  • Phase 2 – Future, with sales justification
    • Add secondary feedback firmware support
  • Phase 3 – Future, with sales justification
    • Package S200 DL Option Card to provide a DL based Axis Servo Interface Unit - analog +/- 10VDC with feedback
mmc digital control family offering
MMC Digital Control Family Offering

Digital MMC-Smart Drive

Drive Resident Control

MMC-D32/D64

Stand-Alone Control

New MMC Digital

Stand-Alone Control

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mmc digital stand alone control dsa
MMC – Digital Stand-Alone Control (DSA)
  • Provides a Digital Link interface in a standalone control package
  • Re-package MMC-SD drive resident control - same form and fit as MMC Analog control
  • Can be used with the new S200 DL drive or MMC-SD digital drive
  • Full PiCPro support
  • Pricing strategy will be competitive with current MMC-SD drive resident controls pricing
  • Four control axis count offerings: 2 axis, 4 axis, 8 axis and 16 axis – same performance as corresponding MMC-SD digital drive resident control
  • Phase 1 - Initial Product Release August 31, 2008
    • DL OUT RJ45 connector
    • Mini DIN PiCPro connector
    • User Serial Port connector
    • 10/100 Ethernet RJ45 connector
    • Block I/O connector
    • Gen I/O connector, 8 In / 7 Out, 24VDC
    • Supports 32in / 32out, 24VDC and the Analog (non servo) Expansion Modules
    • Add firmware support for Profibus and DeviceNet Expansion Modules
  • Phase 2 – Future, with sales justification
    • Provides analog and digital interface on a single common digital network
mmc dsa s200 dls connectivity
MMC-DSA/S200-DLS Connectivity

MMC Digital

Stand-Alone Control

Optional Expansion

Modules

S200-DLS drives shown, can mix S200-DLS and MMC-SD drives

mmc standalone control communications

G&L Server/Client

MODBUS

CIP Messaging

DH+

MODBUS TCP/IP

ASCII

SMTP E-Mail

Ethernet TCP/IP

MMC Standalone Control Communications

MMC-SD drives shown, can mix S200-DLS and MMC-SD drives

picpro software tools
PiCPro Software Tools
  • Initial S200-DLS drive commissioning is performed seamlessly through PiCPRo
  • After initial drive setup all functionality i.e. drive tuning, drive status monitoring, oscilloscope, and feature configuration is performed via PiCPro
  • S200-DLS drive firmware is upgradeable through PiCPro via the Digital Link or RS-232 serial port
  • All S200-DLS drive’s firmware can be downloaded simultaneously over the Digital Link
  • S200 GUI Tools are not needed. PiCPro is all that is needed for a seamless interface for drive tuning, etc.
product launch sales tool
Product Launch Sales Tool
  • Sales Tools Updates for S200-DLS and MMC-DSA (as time permits)
    • Brochures
    • PiCQuote
    • Quote Assistant
    • Motion Solutions
    • Manuals
    • Quick Start Guide
    • Application Notes
  • S200-DLS Demo Units
  • S200-DLS Part Numbers
    • S20360-DLS - SERVO DRIVE, 120/240VAC, 3A RMS CONT, 9A RMS PEAK, DIGITAL LINK, SFD FEEDBACK
    • S20660-DLS - SERVO DRIVE, 120/240VAC, 6A RMS CONT, 18A RMS PEAK, DIGITAL LINK, SFD FEEDBACK
    • S21260-DLS - SERVO DRIVE, 120/240VAC, 12A RMS CONT, 30A RMS PEAK, DIGITAL LINK, SFD FEEDBACK
    • S22460-DLS - SERVO DRIVE, 120/240VAC, 24A RMS CONT, 48A RMS PEAK, DIGITAL LINK, SFD FEEDBACK
  • MMC-DSA Part Numbers
    • M.3000.0652     MMC-DSA2 CONTROL
    • M.3000.0653     MMC-DSA4 CONTROL
    • M.3000.0654     MMC-DSA8 CONTROL
    • M.3000.0655     MMC-DSA16 CONTROL
s200 dls mmc dsa frequently asked questions
S200-DLS/MMC-DSA Frequently Asked Questions

Question: Why are we introducing the S200 with the Digital Link Option and the digital MMC Stand-Alone control?

Answer: To better position the G&L Controls Family for on-going growth and provide a competitive control and drive platform for Digital Link customers.

Question: Tell me more about the new digital MMC-DSA control?

Answer: The new stand-alone control is a re-packaged digital MMC Smart Drive, Drive Resident control that has all the same features and performance as the drive resident but with the added capability of expansion module support. It includes the MMC-DSA2, MMC-DSA4, MMC- DSA8, and MMC-DSA16 for 2-16 axes configurations.

Question: What’s new about the S200 servo drive?

Answer: The S200-DLS servo drive with Digital Link option can interface to the digital MMC family of controls and offers a cost and size advantage with the same performance you expect from all other S200 servo drives.

Question: What exactly is the Digital Link?

Answer: It is a digital communication protocol between a digital MMC Control and S200-DLS or digital MMC Smart Drives in a daisy chained topology with shielded CAT5E plug-n-play cabling.

Question: Since the MMC Drive Resident card does not fit in an S200 drive, do I have to buy an MMC-D32, 32 axis or an MMC-D64, 64 axis control in order to use the S200-DLS drive?

Answer: No. Concurrent with the release of the S200-DLS is the MMC-DSA2, MMC-DSA4, MMC- DSA8, and MMC-DSA16 stand-alone versions of the respective drive resident controls.

Question: Can I add the S200-DLS drive to an existing application that employs a MMC Drive Resident Control and digital MMC Smart Drives?

Answer: Yes. The S200-DLS and the digital MMC Smart Drive can share the same Digital Link network.

Question: So basically, is it true that the new digital MMC-DSA Stand-Alone Family of Controls and the digital MMC Drive Resident Family of Controls can be used interchangeably?

Answer: Yes.

s200 dls mmc dsa frequently asked questions13
S200-DLS/MMC-DSA Frequently Asked Questions

Question: Will I still need to use the S200 GUI tools to set up the S200-DLS drive?

Answer: No. PiCPro is all that is needed for a seamless interface for drive tuning, etc.

Question: Which option modules can I use with the new digital MMC-DSA Stand-Alone controls?

Answer: All of the option modules that are available for use with the MMC-D32 and 64 axis controls can be used with the new MMC-DSA, 2-16 axis controls including the 32 I/O 24VDC module, Profibus module, DeviceNet module, and analog expansion module.

Question: Is there any limit to the number of optional expansion modules I can add to the MMC Stand- Alone controls?

Answer: Yes. You can only use up to four modules total per control.

Question: When would I use an S200-DLS servo drive?

Answer: In applications that use 3A-24A lower power range servo drives with 120/240VAC input voltage or where drive mounting space is a premium.

Question: When would I use a digital MMC-SD servo drive?

Answer: In 230/460VAC applications that required a wide range of servo drive power, up to 65KW or if you need a broader offering of feedback types and configurations.

Question: Can I expect the same PiCPro programming tools that are available for the digital MMC-SD are also available for the S200-DLS?

Answer: Over 99% of the PiCPro functionality is available. There are only a few drive variables that PiCPro can’t access in the S200-DLS drive, like average current for example.

Question: I always had the impression that the Danaher Motion, which was the former G&L Controls, was overkill for a simple one or two axis application. How can I justify the cost of this system?

Answer: The new MMC-DSA2 stand-alone two axis control has a list price of $858 which includes a TCP/IP Ethernet port, a user RS232/RS485 port and 8 inputs and 7 outputs included in the base unit. Combine this with the cost effective S200 drive and the Danaher system offers more functionality than most competitively priced products.

Question: What about other types of I/O?

Answer: The MMC Stand-Alone control can be connected to all of the same Block I/O used by the other controls in the Danaher Family.

s200 dls mmc dsa frequently asked questions14
S200-DLS/MMC-DSA Frequently Asked Questions

Question: Does that mean I can control analog drives in closed loop by using the analog expansion module?

Answer: No not in the traditional sense as with the base MMC control closed loop servo PID control. However the analog expansion module does have all the I/O for controlling an analog drive with encoder feedback but you would need to use a servo task and program your own closed loop velocity and position PID control in it, which is not trivial. This module was primarily designed to perform velocity control and position verification on lower performance drives like Variable frequency and induction drives.

Question: Can I use PiCPro applications written for the digital MMC Drive Resident Control on the new digital MMC Stand-Alone Control?

Answer: Yes, but keep in mind that the stand-alone control has only 8 inputs and 7 outputs. As long as the eighth output is not required, then the software can be ported over seamlessly.

Question: Can I use the MMC Stand-Alone control in non-motion applications.

Answer: Yes. In fact together with the 32 I/O option module you get a high speed controller with a TCP/IP communications port, user serial port, and 40 inputs and 39 outputs for a list price of $1999.

Question: What about stepper control? Is there a way to control both servos and steppers with the same control?

Answer: Yes. By adding one of the Stepper Block I/O modules, you can control output step and direction signals to standard stepper drives. The FASIM Block I/O module is a complete five axis stepper control/drive.

Question: Is it required to set the hardware enable on the S200 (input 1) or can I set the hardware enable over Digital Link?

Answer: You must supply 24VDC to input 1 on the S200 base drive to enable the drive. This can not be done through PiCPro.

Question: Since the S200 doesn't have a brake output, can I use it in vertical applications?

Answer: Yes. By putting a 1A relay in series with the RUN output on the S200 base drive or in series with a user definable output on the Digital Link option cardyou can engage/disengage the brake on the motor.

Question: Can I read the analog input on the S200-DLS drive from PiCPro and use it in my program?

Answer: Yes. This input works just like it does on any Digital MMC Smart Drive.