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7.1 Safety-Related Low-Voltage Switchgear and Sensors
7.2 Controllers: Fail-safe controls
7.3 Motion Control Systems: Safe Motion Control
7.1 Safety-Related Low-Voltage Switchgear and Sensors

An EMERGENCY STOP switch must An EMERGENCY STOP switch may


7.1.1 Switch safely be configured so that
be manually actuated;
There is only one EMERGENCY
STOP switch; act on an undervoltage release via
The following circuit examples have one or several EMERGENCY STOP
been checked with the German Trade The EMERGENCY STOP switch is control devices (circuit diagram 7/1);
Association (BG) and have been located in the supply to those circuits
approved. which can result in hazardous motion be provided with overload and/or
in the system. The complete power short-circuit releases (version as
Contactor circuits supply to all of the circuits does not circuit-breaker);
have to be interrupted; be simultaneously used as main
SIGUARD safety combinations
The EMERGENCY STOP switch must switch if it additionally fulfills the
be able to interrupt the current of requirements for a main switch
suitable for: the largest motor when the motor (however, a main switch must
EMERGENCY STOP stalls; disconnect all circuits).
Protective door monitoring func- The sum of the currents of all of the An example for such an EMERGENCY
tions loads, which must be disconnected STOP switch for extremely simple
Press controls using the EMERGENCY STOP machines is illustrated in Fig. 7/2
switch, must be able to be safely
interrupted.

EMERGENCY STOP circuits for


extremely simple machines

EMERGENCY STOP switch Manual drive


mechanism
Switch lock
The EMERGENCY STOP function EMERGENCY STOP switch Release
Mushroom
may only be routed through an EMER- head
pushbutton
GENCY STOP switch for extremely To loads which do not have to be
simple machines, depending on the or may not be disconnected for
EMERGENCY STOP
result of the risk analysis. In this partic-
ular case, only Stop Category 0 is pos-
U<
sible. Such an EMERGENCY STOP
Line supply disconnection
switch, contrary to usual EMERGENCY (main switch) EMERGENCY
STOP
STOP pushbutton, interrupts the main control device
circuit (Fig. 7/1). (alternative actuation)

Supply

Fig. 7/1
EMERGENCY STOP switch with manual actuation or remote actuation via under-voltage
release

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EMERGENCY STOP contactor
Generally, a so-called EMERGENCY
STOP contactor is not permitted. Such
a contactor is only permissible in pre-
To loads which do not
cisely defined exceptional cases: This have to be or may not
contactor may only be used as an be disconnected for
EMERGENCY STOP contactor in the EMERGENCY STOP

branch to be shutdown. Additional


contactors in series are not permitted.
This means that this concept is restric- Main EMERGENCY
switch STOP control
ted for applications on extremely sim- device in the
ple machines (refer to circuit diagram control circuit
7/2).
An EMERGENCY STOP contactor Supply To loads which must be shutdown
must be configured so that for EMERGENCY STOP

each EMERGENCY STOP contactor


Fig. 7/2
must be immediately de-energized Example of a machine control with 2 power contactors,
by the EMERGENCY STOP control only permitted with some restrictions
device;
there are no additional contactors
in series.
F1 Enable signals
L1

EMERGENCY STOP device,


Safety circuits using individual if required several in series K1
contactors
Configured using two auxiliary
Actuator On
contactors or On after K2
EMERGENCY
Safety circuits of any complexity can STOP
K1 K1
be configured using auxiliary contac-
tors. Several years ago, the circuit with - No positively driven contacts
- No self-monitoring
two auxiliary contactors and overlap- K2 K2

ping auxiliary contacts (Fig. 7/3) was


considered to be state-of-the-art. Today, this circuit
K1 K2
is no longer used
This circuit offers redundancy. However, N
due to the fact that the contacts are
not positively driven, the two auxiliary
contactors do not mutually monitor Fig. 7/3
This contactor combination consists of two auxiliary contactors with
each other for correct functioning. This overlapping contacts (Category 2 according to EN 954-1)
means that if a contact welds, this
fault is not detected and the circuit
still continues to function.
A subsequent fault in the second
contactor could completely disable the
combination. This would mean that the
level of safety would no longer be gua-
ranteed. Thus, today, this circuit is no
longer used (Fig. 7/3).

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Configured using three auxiliary In the 3TK28 contactor safety combi- circuits can also be implemented
contactors nations, which are complete devices, using individual contactors.
several auxiliary contactors are con-
Today, circuits with three auxiliary
nected to form a safety circuit. These
contactors represent state-of-the-art
technology. Three auxiliary contactors
with positively driven contacts are
F1
used, as shown in circuit diagram 7/4. L+/L1 Enable signals
The three auxiliary contacts guarantee
EMERGENCY STOP device, K1
redundancy and function monitoring. if required several in series
The positively driven contacts guaran-
tee that the auxiliary contactors
K1
mutually monitor themselves. Faults K2
are therefore detected and the circuit Actuator On K3
or control voltage
can no longer be closed after shutdo- "On"
wn, therefore eliminating subsequent K2 K1 K2
K3
faults.
With this circuit, using today's state-of- K3 K1 K3
the-art technology, it can be assumed
that if the auxiliary contactors incor-
K1 K2 K3
rectly function, this will not cause the L/N
system to go into a hazardous condi-
tion.
Fig. 7/4
Contactor combination using three auxiliary contactors with self-monitoring,
single-channel, Category 3(4) acc. to EN 954-1

Circuit examples to monitor protec- protective device. The number of posi-


Connecting several EMERGENCY tive devices tion switches which are required for
STOP control devices each protective door can be taken
Circuits to monitor protective devices
from Section 3 of the Manual.
In the previous circuit diagrams, only use position switches. Various possibi-
one EMERGENCY STOP device was lities of the different devices are sho-
shown. Generally, there are several wn in the examples for EMERGENCY
EMERGENCY STOP control devices STOP. These circuit examples will not
(e.g. at different locations) on a machi- be repeated here as the EMERGENCY
ne. The contacts of these EMERGENCY STOP control device is only replaced
STOP control devices are then connec- by one or two position switches per
ted in series.

1-channel 2-channel

EMERGENCY EMERGENCY
STOP STOP Doors
control devices control devices

Open

Closed

Closed

Open

Fig. 7/5 Fig. 7/6


Several EMERGENCY STOP control devices SIGUARD position switches used to monitor moving
protective equipment

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7.1.2 SIGUARD 3TK28 Safety Combinations
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Y33 Y34 Y22 Y21 13 23
A1/A2 Power supply
A1
K1 K2 Y33/34 Ready ON
feedback circuit
4 K1
3 Y11/12 Sensor
1
2 (e.g. EMERGENCY STOP pushbutton)
K1
Y21/22 Sensor
K1 (e.g. EMERGENCY STOP pushbutton
C1 K1 K2 2-channel)
K2
13/14 Enable circuit
V1 K2
23/24 Enable circuit
K2 1 POWER LED
2 Channel 1 LED
A2
3 Channel 2 LED
Y11 Y12 14 24 4 PTC fuse

Fig. 7/7
Internal circuit diagram of the 3TK28 23

Function description
Y33 Y34 Y22 Y21 13 23 Power on;
Connect the power;
A1 The Power LED is lit, EMERGENCY STOP closed,
K1 K2
C1 is charged, press ON,
4 C1 starts to charge K1, V1 is energized,
K1
1 3 K2 starts, K1 + K2 latch,
2 Channel 1 and Channel 2 LEDs are lit.
K1
H1 H2 H3
K1 ON monitoring
ON is pressed fault!
C1 K1 K2
K2 EMERGENCY STOP is closed,
V1 V1 immediately starts K2, C1 is not charged
K2 K1 does not start.
K2 Only LED Channel 2 is lit.

Cross-circuit
A2 If EMERGENCY STOP 1 and EMERGENCY STOP 2 are
Y11 Y12 14 24 short-circuited, a current flows through the PTC fuse.
The PTC goes into a high-ohmic state.
None of the LEDs are lit.

Fig. 7/8
Function description of the 3TK28 23

Y2 Y1 13 23 (33) (41)
A1/A2 Power supply via
A1 EMERGENCY STOP pushbutton

Y1/Y2 ON
4
K1 K1 Feedback circuit

1 13/14 Enable circuit


K1
K2 23/24 Enable circuit
33/34 Enable circuit
K2
41/42 Signaling circuit
2 3 1 LED POWER
K2
2 LED Channel 1
K1 K2
3 LED Channel 2
A2 4 PTC fuse
14 24 (34) (42)

Fig. 7/9
Internal circuit diagram of the 3TK28 21/24

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The following circuit diagrams have
been checked with the German Trade 24 V AC/DC
L/+
Association (BG) and approved.
Connection designation: K1

The connection designations are in K2 ON K1


EMERGENCY
compliance with DIN EN 50042. STOP K3 M
A1 Y1 Y2 13 23 (33) (41)

3TK28 21/24
K2
EMERGENCY SWITCHING-OFF
(EMERGENCY STOP) circuits M

Circuit diagrams
A2 14 24 (34) (42)
K3
K1 K2 K3 H1
Fig. 7/10 M
3TK28 21/24 for EMERGENCY STOP, N/ N/
Category 2, single channel,
with feedback circuit

24 V AC/DC L/+

EMERGENCY A1 Y1 Y2 13 23 (33) (41)


STOP
3TK28 21/24

ON
K1

K1

K2
K2
M
A2 14 24 (34) (42)
Fig. 7/11 K1 K2 H1
3TK28 21/24 EMERGENCY STOP,
N/ N/
Category 3 (4),
two-channel with feedback circuit

24 V AC/DC
L/+

K1
ON
K2
EMER- A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34 13 23
GENCY
3TK28 23

STOP

K1

K2

Y21 Y22 A2 14 24 M

Fig. 7/12 K1 K2
3TK28 23 for EMERGENCY STOP,
N/ N/
Category 4, two-channel,
with feedback circuit, monitored start

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L/+

L/+

A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 13 23 33 41 51


EMER-
GENCY
3TK28 25

ON STOP

K1

K2 K1 K2 K3

K3 M M M

Y33 Y34 Y43 Y44 PE A2 14 24 34 42 52

K1 K2 K3 H1 H2
PE
N/ N/

Fig. 7/13 3TK28 25 EMERGENCY STOP, Category 2, single-channel, according to EN 954-1, monitored start

L/+

L/+
A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 13 23 33 41 51
3TK28 25

EMER-
ON GENCY
K2
STOP
K1

K2 K1

M
Y33 Y34 Y43 Y44 PE A2 14 24 34 42 52

K1 K2 H1 H2
PE
N/ N/

Fig. 7/14 3TK28 25 EMERGENCY STOP, Category 4, two-channel, according to EN 954-1, monitored start

L/+

L/+

A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 13 23 31 47 57


EMER-
GENCY
3TK28 27

STOP
K2 K1
ON

K1
M M
K2

Y33 Y34 PE A2 14 24 32 48 58
H1 K1 K2

N/
PE
N/

Fig. 7/15 3TK28 27 EMERGENCY STOP, Category 2, single-channel, according to EN 954-1, monitored start

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L/+

L/+
A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 13 23 31 47 57
EMER-
GENCY
3TK28 27

STOP
ON K1

K1 K2

K2

Y33 Y34 PE A2 14 24 32 48 58
H1 K1 K2
Fig. 7/16
PE 3TK28 27 EMERGENCY STOP with
N/ N/ shutdown, Stop Category 1, for Category 3
according to EN 954-1, two-channel, with
feedback circuit, monitored start

24 V AC/DC

K1
ON
L/+

K5
A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34 13 23 A1 13 23 33 43 51
EMER-
3TK2830

GENCY
3TK28 23

STOP

Y21 Y22 A2 14 24 A2 14 24 34 44 52

K1 K2 K3 K4 K5 Fig. 7/17
N/
3TK28 23 expanded with 3TK28 30 for
N/ EMERGENCY STOP, Category 4 acc. to
EN 954-1, two-channel, with feedback circuit

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L/+

24 V AC/DC

A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 13 23 33 41 51 A1 13 23 33 43 51

3TK2830
ON
3TK28 25

EMER-
K1 GENCY
STOP

K5

K6

Y33 Y34 PE A2 14 24 34 42 52 A2 14 24 34 44 52

K1 K2 H1 H2 K3 K4 K5 K6
PE N/
N/ N/ N/

Fig. 7/18
3TK28 25 expanded by 3TK28 30 for EMERGENCY STOP, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1, two-channel cc. to EN 954-1, monitored start

L/+

24 V AC/DC

A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 13 23 31 47 57 A1 13 23 33 43 51


EMER-
3TK2830

GENCY
3TK28 27

ON
STOP
K1

K7

Y33 Y34 PE A2 14 24 32 48 58 A2 14 24 34 44 52

K1 K2 H1 K3 K4 K5 K6 K7
PE N/
N/ N/ N/

Fig. 7/19
3TK28 27 expanded by 3TK28 30 for EMERGENCY STOP, Category 4 (Category 3 for delayed
contacts), two-channel, monitored start

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L+
24V DC
1 1L+ K1


K16
0 3
ON
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 Y32 13 23
5 K1

3TK28 41
7 EMERGENCY STOP K1

M 9 K7
3 10 1M
Backplane bus Y21 Y22 A2 14 24 K2
interface M

4 11 2L+
13

15 K9

17
M 19 K15
7 K2 K4 K6 K16
20 2M K15

K16
S7 300 For 3TK2825, additional
Channel number signaling output for PLC
Status display, green or via auxiliary contact

Fig. 7/20
EMERGENCY STOP, Category 4 acc. to EN954-1, 3TK2823(25) in conjunction with operational control of a standard PLC
(SIMATIC S7-300/ET200M), load current for each enable circuit, max. 5 A. When using 3TK285.-.. max. 10 A for each enable circuit

L+
24V DC
K1

1 1L+ K2

EMERGENCY
0 3 STOP K8
ON
A1 Y1 Y2 13 23 33 41 K1
5 K1

3TK28 21/24

7
M 9 K4
3 10 1M
Backplane A2 14 24 34 42
M
bus interface M
4 11 2L+
13 K2

15 K5

Signaling contact
17 for PLC
M 19 K8
7
20 2M
M
K8
S7 300
Channel number
Status display, green

Fig. 7/21
EMERGENCY OFF, Category 2 acc. to EN954-1, 3TK2821 in conjunction with operational control of a standard PLC
(SIMATIC S7-300/ET200M), load current, max. 5 A per output group (8 digital outputs)

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Protective door monitoring
24 V AC/DC
L/+

K1

K2
open closed
K3

A1 Y1 Y2 13 23 (33) (41)

3TK28 21/24
open closed

K1 K2 K3

M M M

Fig. 7/22 A2 14 24 (34) (42)


3TK28 21/24 for protective door monitoring
K1 K2 K3 H1
(2 protective doors are cascaded N/
each with 1 SIGUARD position switch),
Category 2 acc. to EN 954-1, single- N/
channel, with feedback circuit, autostart

open 24 V AC/DC L/+


closed
K1
K1
K2

K3 M
A1 Y1 Y2 13 23 (33) (41)
3TK28 21/24

K2
open
closed
M

Fig. 7/23
3TK28 21/24 for protective door monitoring A2 14 24 (34) (42) K3
with tumbler (2 protective doors are cascad- K1 K2 K3 H1
ed, each with 2 SIGUARD position switches M
with tumbler) Category 2 acc. to EN 954-1, N/ N/
single-channel, with feedback circuit,
autostart

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L/+
24 V AC/DC
K1

K2
A1 Y1 Y2 13 23 (33) (41)
3TK28 21/24

open closed K1

K2

M
Fig. 7/24
A2 14 24 (34) (42) 3TK28 21/24 for protective door monitoring

K1 K2 H1
(2 protective doors are cascaded, each with
open closed
2 SIGUARD position switches), Category 3
N/ (4) acc. to EN 954-1, two-channel, with feed-
back circuit, autostart, ( for Category 4 -
N/ the cable has to be routed so that it is well
protected). Sensors must be fail-safe.

24 V AC/DC
L/+

K1

K2

A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34 13 23


3TK28 22

open closed
K1

K2

M
Y21 Y22 A2 14 24 Fig. 7/25
K1 K2 3TK28 22 for protective door monitoring
(protective doors, each with 2 SIGUARD
N/ N/
position switches).
Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1,
two-channel, with feedback circuit, autostart

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L/+

L/+
A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 13 23 33 41 51
closed
open
3TK28 25

K1

K2
open closed K1 K2 K3
K3
M M M
Y33 Y34 Y43 Y44 PE A2 14 24 34 42 52

K1 K2 K3 H1 H2
PE
N/
N/

Fig. 7/26
3TK28 25 for protective door monitoring (2 protective doors are cascaded, each with 1 SIGUARD position
switch), autostart, Category 2 acc. to EN 954-1, single-channel, with feedback circuit

L/+

open closed
L/+
A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 13 23 33 41 51
3TK28 25

K1
K1

K2
K2

M
Y33 Y34 Y43 Y44 PE A2 14 24 34 42 52

K1 K2 H1 H2
PE
N/
N/

Fig. 7/27
3TK28 25 for protective door monitoring with 2 SIGUARD position switches, autostart,
Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1, two-channel, with feedback circuit

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L/+

L/+
A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 13 23 31 47 57
closed
open
3TK28 28

K1 K2
K1
open closed
K2 M M
Y33 Y34 PE A2 14 24 32 48 58

H1 K1 K2

N/
PE
N/

Fig. 7/28
3TK28 28 for protective door monitoring (2 protective doors are cascaded, each with 1 SIGUARD position
switch), Stop Category 1, Category 2 acc. to EN 954-1, single-channel, with feedback circuit, autostart

L/+

L/+

A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 13 23 31 47 57


3TK28 28

K1

K1 open closed K2

K2

Y33 Y34 PE A2 14 24 32 48 58 M

H1 K1 K2

N/
PE
N/

Fig. 7/29
3TK28 28 for protective door monitoring with 2 SIGUARD position switches, stop Category 1,
Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1, two-channel, with feedback circuit, autostart

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24 V AC/DC

L/+

A1 Y10 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 13 23 33 41 51 A1 13 23 33 43 51


3TK28 25

3TK28 30
K1

K6
open closed
Y33 Y34 Y43 Y44 PE A2 14 24 34 42 52 A2 14 24 34 44 52

K1 K2 H1 H2 N/ K3 K4 K5 K6
PE
N/ N/ N/

Fig. 7/30
3TK28 25 expanded by 3TK28 30 for protective door monitoring with 2 SIGUARD position switches,
Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1, two-channel, with feedback circuit, autostart

24V AC/DC
L/+ L1 L2 L3

K1

K2

Reed A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34 13 23


K1
Magnets contacts

1 1

2 2
Magnetically- K2
operated switch

Y21 Y22 A2 14 24

K1 K2
N/- N/-

Fig. 7/31
Protective door monitoring with magnetically-operated switch,
Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1, two-channel, with feedback circuit, autostart

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Protective door monitoring with
contactless SIGUARD magnetically- /L/+
operated switches
0V START
Protective doors are monitored using +24 V DC
an evaluation unit up to Cat. 3 acc. to
EN 954-1 (Fig. 7/32).
A1 A2 Y1 X1 13 23
The evaluation unit can be operated,
both with automatic restart as well as 3SE 6801-1CC
with monitored start. The start button
100 mA
is not necessarily required. I max.

Monitoring several protective doors


with evaluation unit up to Cat. 3 P1
K1
acc. to EN 954-1
A maximum of eight SIGUARD mag-
P2
netically-operated switches can be
K2
connected to the 3SE6808-6DB evalu-
ation unit. If one of the eight magneti-
cally-operated switches is actuated
(the protective door is opened), then S13 S14 S21 S22 14 24
the unit shuts down.
ws/wh 22
sw/bk 13

br/br 21
bl/bl 14

There is a PLC signaling output (switch-


ing to p) for each input. The fail-safe K3
shutdown is realized using two relay
safety outputs. K4

If an input is not used, then the appro-


M
priate terminals of the NO contact //N/-
3~
Enable
must be bridged.
For limited safety requirements, the
evaluation unit can also be used with-
out a start button. For this particular
Fig. 7/32
application, contacts X1 and Y1 must SIGUARD magnetically-operated switch with 3SE6801-1CC evaluation unit
be permanently bridged. for Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1

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Magnetically operated Magnetically operated Magnetically operated Magnetically operated
switch 5 switch 6 switch 7 switch 8
+24 V

4AT

Signaling outputs +PLC


to the PLC
S13 S14 S21 S22 S13 S14 S21 S22 S13 S14 S21 S22 S13 S14 S21 S22 Y5 Y6 Y7 Y8 Y+ L+ 13 23
3SE6808-6DB

S13 S14 S21 S22 S13 S14 S21 S22 S13 S14 S21 S22 S13 S14 S21 S22 Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 X4 L 14 24
Signaling outputs
to the PLC
START

0V
Magnetically operated Magnetically operated Magnetically operated Magnetically operated (C)1998
switch 1 switch 2 switch 3 switch 4

Fig. 7/33
A maximum of 8 protective doors can be monitored using SIGUARD magnetically-
operated switches and evaluation unit 3SE6808-6DB for Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1

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Press control devices

For press control devices with contac-


tors also refer to Pages 7/14 and 7/15.

A1 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 Y23 13 23 31 41


Operating A1 L/+ 1 Power supply unit
3TK28 34

voltage A2 N/
2 PTC fuse
Outputs 13, 14 Enable circuit 1 (NO contact)
23, 24 Enable circuit 2 (NO contact) 3 Control logic
1 2 31, 32 NC contact
41, 42 NC contact 4 Channel 1
3 4
Inputs Y11, Y12 Feedback circuit 5 Channel 2
Y21, Y22, Y23 Pushbutton S1
6 6 Safety circuit
Y31, Y32, Y33 Pushbutton S2
5

A2 Y31 Y32 Y33 14 24 32 42

Fig. 7/34
Internal circuit diagram of the 3TK28 34 two-hand control device

L/+ L/+

S1
K1

K2

A1 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 Y23 13 23 31 41


S1, S2 button on the two-hand operating console
3TK28 34

H1 signaling lamps
K1, K2 must be contactors with positively driven
contacts

K1

K2

A2 Y31 Y32 Y33 14 24 32 42

K1 K2 H1
N/ S2 N/

Fig. 7/35
3TK28 34 two-hand control device, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1

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A1 Y11 Y12 Y13 Y14 Y21 Y22 13 23 33 41
Operating A1 L/+
3TK28 35

voltage A2 N/
Outputs 13, 14 Enable circuit (tool down)
23, 24 NO contact (tool up)
1 2 3 4 33, 34 NO contact (overtravel OK)
41, 42 NC contact (hydraulic pump on)
Inputs Y11, Y12, Y13, Y14 Feedback circuit (K4)
Y21, Y22 Position switch (S4) for test cam

Y31, Y32, Y33, Y34 Upper dead center, switch (S3)

1 Power supply unit


2 PTC fuse
3 Control logic
4 Safety circuit
A2 Y31 Y32 Y33 Y34 14 24 34 42

Fig. 7/36
Internal circuit diagram of the 3TK28 35 overtravel tester

S0 L/+
S0 Main switch
L/+
S1, S2 Button on the two-hand
operating console
S3 Position switch at the
upper dead center
S1 S4 Position switch
for test cams
K3 S4
K4 S5 Hydraulic pump ON
S6 Tool UP
K4 (manual operation)
A1 Y11 Y12 Y21 Y22 Y23 13 23 31 41 A1 Y11 Y12 Y13 Y14 Y21 Y22 13 23 33 41 K1 Contactor for the
hydraulic pump
3TK28 34

3TK28 35

K1 K2 Tool UP
K3, K4 Tool DOWN
H1 Signal lamp

A2 Y31 Y32 Y33 14 24 32 42 A2 Y31 Y32 Y33 Y34 14 24 34 42


S5
S3
S6

S2 K4 K3 K2 H1 K1
N/
N/

Fig. 7/37
3TK28 34 two-hand control device in conjunction with a 3TK28 35 overtravel tester to mon-
itor the overtravel on linear hydraulic, pneumatic and spindle presses acc. to VBG 7 n 5.2
11, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1

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Sequence after the press has
been powered-up:
LEDs Operation
1. The hydraulic pump is powered-
POWER RELEASE
up with S5, the ram is moved
up to the upper dead center, if Overtravel OK
required, using S6. Overtravel erroneous or test still not executed

2. Depress S1, S2 at the two-hand


operating console until the posi-
tion switch for the test cams Fault situation A more detailed description of the
(S4) opens. function of the 3TK28 34 two-hand
If the cam actuates position switch
3. Release S1, S2 . control devices is provided in the
S4, then the signal lamp H1 is not lit
Instruction Manual, Order No.
4. Depress S1, S2 again: Signal up. The machine part, which is poten-
3ZX1012-0TK28-7CA1,
lamp H1 lights up (bright) if tially hazardous, can then only be
for the overtravel tester
the overtravel is OK moved to the upper dead center using
3ZX1012-0TK28-6CA1.
S6.
5. Release S1, S2: The ram returns
to the upper dead center. This press can then no longer be
used. Contact the technician to check
6. If the overtravel is OK, all of the the press.
outputs remain active until the
control voltage is disconnected.
Fig. 7/38

A B C
Overtravel OK
Us
1 Power (Vs) on
S1, S2 2 S5 is pressed, K1 pulls in (latches).
3 S6 is pressed, K2 pulls in (the ram moves upwards in the manual mode).
3TK28 34 4 The upper dead center is reached, S3 is actuated.
23/24 (K4)
5 S6 is released, K2 drops out.
S3 6 S1 and S2 are pressed on the two-hand operating console, the two-hand
control device 3TK2834 outputs an enable signal, K3 and K4 pull in.
S4 7 The ram moves downwards, S3 is no longer actuated.
S5 8 Test cams are reached, S4 is actuated, K3 drops out.
S6 9 The ram remains stationary, S1, S2 are released, K4 drops out.
10 S1, S2 are pressed, K4 pulls in again, H1 lights up.
3TK28 35
11 S1, S2 are released, K4 drops out. K2 pulls in, the ram moves upwards.
13/14 (K3) S4 is no longer actuated.
23/24 (K2) 12 Upper dead center is reached, S3 is actuated.
33/34 (H1) 13 S1 and S2 are pressed; K2 drops out, K3 and K4 pull in.
41/42 14 The ram moves downwards, S3 is no longer actuated.
15 S1, S2 are released, K3 and K4 open. K2 pulls in.
K1 16 Points 14 to 16 are repeated at each stroke of the press.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Fig. 7/39

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A B D
Overtravel too long
US
1 Power (Vs) on
S1, S2 2 S5 is pressed, K1 pulls in (latches).
3 S6 is pressed, K2 pulls in (the ram moves upwards in the manual
3TK28 34 mode).
23/24 (K4) 4 The upper dead center is reached, S3 is actuated.
5 S6 is released, K2 drops out.
S3
6 S1 and S2 on the two-hand operating console are pressed, the 3TK2834
S4 two-hand control device outputs enable signals, K3 and K4 pull in.
S5 7 The ram moves downwards, S3 is no longer actuated.
S6 8 Test cams are reached, S4 is depressed, K3 drops out.
9 The ram does not remain stationary, S4 is no longer actuated
3TK28 35 (is passed over), K3 pulls in.
13/14 (K3) 10 S1 and S2 are released, K3 and K4 drop out.
23/24 (K2) 11 S1, S2 are actuated, K4 pulls in again. Overtravel tester is inhibited.
33/34 (H1)
41/42

K1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Fig. 7/40

S3

S S4
S

A B C D!

Fig. 7/41
Function schematic of the press control.
The permissible overtravel s corresponds to the length of the cam
which actuates position switch S4.
According to ZH 1/456, the press manufacturer must define s .

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Circuit examples SIGUARD
electronic safety combinations 5 6

Y11 Y12 Y35 Y21 Y22 Y32 Y34 1 A1


1 Microcontroller
2 MOS FET
3 Driver
4 Enable circuits
(electronic, safe)
1 C1 C2 2 (dyn. monitored)
5 Sensor connection
(dyn. monitored)
6 Feedback circuit
ON button
(monitored)

A2 14 24

Fig. 7/42
SIGUARD 3TK28 41, internal circuit diagram, standard electronic device

L+ ON
K1 K2

A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34


3TK28 40

K1

EMERGENCY
STOP * * K2

Y21 Y22 A2 Y20 14 24

K1 K2

Fig. 7/43
SIGUARD 3TK28 40, basic electronic device, EMERGENCY STOP, 2-channel,
Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1

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24V DC L1 L2 L3

K1
ON

A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34


K1

3TK28 40
EMERGENCY
STOP

Y20 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24

K1
M

Fig. 7/44
SIGUARD 3TK2840, EMERGENCY STOP, Category 2 acc. to EN 954-1, single-channel,
with feedback circuit

24V DC
L1 L2 L3
K1

K2

A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34


K1
3TK28 40

open closed

K2

Y20 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24

K1 K2
M

Fig. 7/45
SIGUARD 3TK2840, protective door monitoring, Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1,
two-channel with feedback circuit

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24V DC
L1 L2 L3
K1

K2

A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 1 Y34


K1

3TK28 41
open closed

K2

Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24

K1 K2
M

Fig. 7/46
SIGUARD 3TK2841, protective door monitoring,
Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1, two-channel with feedback circuit, autostart

L+ K1 L1 L2 L3

K2

EMERGENCY STOP
ON K1
A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34
3TK28 41

L1 L2 L3

K2
Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24

K1 K2
M

Fig. 7/47
SIGUARD 3TK2841, EMERGENCY STOP,
Category 2 acc. to EN 954-1, one-channel, with feedback circuit, monitored start

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24V DC
L1 L2 L3
K1

K2
ON
A1 Y11 Y12 1 Y34
K1

3TK28 41
EMERGENCY STOP

K2

Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24

K1 K2
M

Fig. 7/48
SIGUARD 3TK2841, EMERGENCY STOP, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1,
two-channel, with feedback circuit, monitored start with ON button

L+ L1 L2 L3
K1

K2

A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1 Y34


K1
3TK28 41

K2

QSSD 1 2 Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24

K1 K2
M

Fig. 7/49
SIGUARD 3TK2841, light grid monitoring, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1,
2-channel, with feedback circuit, autostart

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L+
ON L1 L2 L3

K1
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1 Y34

3TK28 41
K2
EMERGENCY K1
STOP

Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24

Protective door A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1 Y34


K2
3TK28 41

Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24

K1 K2
M

Fig. 7/50
SIGUARD 3TK2841, EMERGENCY STOP, 2-channel, monitored start,
with additional on button and protective door monitoring, 2-channel,
autostart, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1

L+
K1 L1 L2 L3

K2

Contact mat A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1 Y34


K1
3TK28 41

K2

Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24

K1 K2
M

Fig. 7/51
SIGUARD 3TK2841, contact mat, Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1, 2-channel, autostart

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L+
24V DC
1 1L+ K1


K16
0 3
ON
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1 Y34
5 K1

3TK28 41
7 K1
EMERGENCY STOP
M 9 K7
3 10 1M
Backplane Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24 K2
bus interface M
M

4 11 2L+
13

15 K9
17

7 M 19 K15
20 2M K2 K4 K6 K16
K15

K16
S7 300 Signal to the PLC
Channel number via auxiliary contact
Status display - green at K1..K16

Fig. 7/52
SIGUARD 3TK2841, EMERGENCY STOP, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1,
in conjunction with operational control of a standard PLC
(SIMATIC S7 300/ET200M) load current for each enable circuit, max. 2 A

L+
24V DC
1 1L+ K1 K10

K16 K16
0 3
ON
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1 Y34 A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1 Y34
5 K1

3TK28 41

3TK28 41

7
EMERGENCY STOP
M 9 K7
3 10 1M
Backplane Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24 Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24

bus interface M
M

4 11 2L+
13

15 K9

17

7 M 19 K15
20 2M K2 K4 K6 K8 K10 K12 K14 K16

M
EMERGENCY STOP
Contactless device
S7 300 PLC/DO
Channel number M M M M M M M M
Status display - green

Fig. 7/53
SIGUARD 3TK2841, EMERGENCY STOP and light grid, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1,
cascaded with operational control of a standard PLC (SIMATIC S7 300/ET200M)

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L+
K1 L1 L2 L3

K2

K1
A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 1 Y34

3TK28 42
K2

open closed Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 28


FU
K1 K2
M

Fig. 7/54
SIGUARD 3TK2842, protective door monitoring, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1,
2-channel, with feedback circuit with AC drive inverter and delayed shutdown,
Stop Category 1

L+
K1 L1 L2 L3

K2
EMERGENCY STOP
ON
K1
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1 Y34
3TK28 42

K2

Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 28


FU
K1 K2
M

Fig. 7/55
SIGUARD 3TK2842, EMERGENCY STOP, Category 2 acc. to EN 954-1,
1-channel, monitored start with ON button with checkback circuit,
with AC drive inverter and delayed shutdown, Stop Category 1

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L+
K1 L1 L2 L3

K2

ON
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1 Y34 K1

3TK28 42
EMERGENCY STOP

K2

Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 28


FU
K1 K2
M

Fig. 7/56
SIGUARD 3TK2842, EMERGENCY STOP, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1, 2-channel,
monitored start with ON button, with AC drive and delayed shutdown,
Stop Category 1

L+
K1 L1 L2 L3

K2

ON K1
A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1 Y34

EMERGENCY
3TK28 42

STOP
open

K2

closed Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 28

K1 K2
M

Fig. 7/57
SIGUARD 3TK2842, EMERGENCY STOP and protective door monitoring,
Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1, 2-channel, with tumbler, monitored start

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L+
ON L1 L2 L3

A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1 Y34 K1

3TK28 41
K2 K1
EMERGENCY
STOP

Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24

K2
Protective door A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1 Y34

3TK28 42
FU

Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24

M K1 K2

Fig. 7/58
SIGUARD 3TK2841, cascaded with 3TK2842 for EMERGENCY STOP,
2-channel, monitored start with ON button and protective door monitoring,
2-channel, autostart, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1

L+ L1 L2 L3
K1

K2

A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1 Y34 K1


3TK28 42

K2

QSSD 1 2 Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24


FU

K1 K2
M

Fig. 7/59
SIGUARD 3TK2842, light grid monitoring, 2-channel,
autostart, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1

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L+
K1 L1 L2 L3

K2

K1
Contact mat A1 Y11 Y12 Y32 1 Y34

3TK28 42
K2

Y35 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24


FU

K1 K2
M

Fig. 7/60
SIGUARD 3TK2842, contact mat, Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1, 2-channel, autostart

A1 A2 Y11 Y12 Y20 Y21 Y22 Y33 Y34 A1 A2 13 33 43 13 31 43


13 23 33 43 53 71 83

K1
1 2
3 4
3TK2851

3TK2852

K2

3TK2850
14 34 44 14 32 44 14 24 34 44 54 72 84

Fig. 7/61
SIGUARD 3TK2850, 51, 52, internal circuit diagram, electronic basic unit with auxiliary
contactors, Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1

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L/+

A1 Y33 Y34 13 23 33
Y11
Y21

Y22
Y12

K1

3TK28 50
open closed

K2

A2 14 24 34

N/-

Fig. 7/62
The electronic basic 3TK2850 device with auxiliary contactors,
protective door monitoring, 2-channel, autostart, Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1

L/+

A1 Y33 Y34 13 23 33
Y11
open closed
Y12

Y20
Y21

K1
3TK28 50

K2

A2 14 24 34

N/-

Fig. 7/63
The electronic basic 3TK2850 device with auxiliary contactors, protective door monitoring,
1-channel, autostart, Category 2 acc. to EN 954-1

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L/+

ON
A1 Y33 Y34 13 23 33
Y11
Y21

Y22
Y21
EMERGENCY STOP
K1

3TK28 50
K2

A2 14 24 34

N/-

Fig. 7/64
The electronic basic 3TK2850 device with auxiliary contactors, EMERGENCY STOP,
1-channel, with additional ON button, Category 2 acc. to EN 954-1

L/+

ON
A1 Y34 Y33 13 23 33
Y11
Y21

Y22
Y12
EMERGENCY STOP
K1
3TK28 50

K2

A2 14 24 34

N/-

Fig. 7/65
The electronic basic 3TK2850 device with auxiliary contactors, EMERGENCY STOP,
2-channel, Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1

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L/+
ON

A1 Y32 Y33 Y34 1 3 4 13 33 43


Y11
Y21

Y22
Y12
EMERGENCY STOP

K1
3TK28 53

K2

A2 2 14 34 44

N/-

Fig. 7/66
The electronic basic 3TK2850 device with auxiliary contactors, EMERGENCY STOP,
2-channel, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1 SIL 3

24V
1 1L+ EMER-
GENCY
0 3 STOP ON
K1
5 K1

24V DC 24V DC 24V DC


M M K1
7 Kn 13 23 33 43 53 71 83
A1 A2 Y11 Y12Y20 Y21 Y22 Y33 Y34 A1 A2
M 9 K8
3 10 1M K2
Backplane
bus interface M
4 11 2L+
13
24V DC

15 K9 3TK2850, 51, 52

L/+
17 N/M 14 24 34 44 54 72 84

7 M 19 K16 K16
20 2M
Signal to
the PLC
(3TK2852) K36
K21 K22 K23 K36
S7 300
Channel number
Status display - green

Fig. 7/67
3TK285.-.., EMERGENCY STOP, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1, P-M switching in
conjunction with operational control of a standard PLC (SIMATIC S7 300/ET200M),
load current per enable circuit, 10 A

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A1 A2 Y11 Y12 Y35 Y21 Y22 Y32 Y33 Y34 A1 A2 13 33 43

1 2

K1
4

K2
3

3TK2853

1 3 4 2 14 34 44

5 6 7

Fig. 7/68
3TK2853, internal circuit diagram, electronic basic device with auxiliary contactors,
Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1

L/+

A1 Y32 Y33 Y34 1 3 4 13 33 43


Y11
Y12

Y22
Y21

K1
3TK28 53

open closed

K2

A2 2 14 34 44

N/-

Fig. 7/69
The electronic basic 3TK2853 device with auxiliary contactors, protective door
monitoring, 2-channel, autostart, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1, SIL 3

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L/+

A1 Y32 Y33 Y34 1 3 4 Y35 13 33 43


Y11
Y12

Y22
Y21
open closed
K1

3TK28 53
K2

A2 2 14 34 44

N/-

Fig. 7/70
The electronic basic 3TK2853 device with auxiliary contactors,
protective door monitoring, 1-channel, autostart, Category 2 acc. to EN 954-1, SIL 3

L/+

ON

A1 Y32 Y33 Y34 1 3 4 Y35 13 33 43


Y11
Y12

Y22
EMERGENCY STOP Y21

K1
3TK28 53

K2

A2 2 14 34 44

N/-

Fig. 7/71
The electronic basic 3TK2853 device with auxiliary contactors, EMERGENCY STOP,
1-channel, with additional EN button, Cat. 2 acc. to EN 954-1, SIL 3

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Fig. 7/72
L/+ The electronic basic 3TK2853 device with
auxiliary contactors, light curtain/grid,
2-channel, autostart, Category 4 acc. to
EN 954-1
A1 Y32 Y33 Y34 1 3 4 Y35 13 33 43
Y11
Y21

Y22
Y12

K1
3TK28 53

OSSD 1 2
K2

A2 2 14 34 44
Fig. 7/73
The electronic basic 3TK2853 device with
auxiliary contactors, cascading EMERGENCY
N/- STOP and protective door monitoring,
2-channel, Cat. 4 acc. to EN 954-1, SIL 3

L/+

ON

A1 Y32 Y33 Y34 1 3 4 13 33 43 A1 A2


Y11
Y21

Y22
Y12
EMERGENCY STOP
K1
3TK28 53

K2

A2 2 14 34 44

L/+

A1 Y32 Y33 Y34 1 3 4 13 33 43


Y11
Y21
Protective door
Y22
Y12

K1
3TK28 53

K2

A2 2 14 34 44

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Load feeders with Integrated Safety Technology

Typical application for


GE GE
ER ER
N

N
load feeder outgoing cables
EM

EM
CY

CY
1 2
STOP STOP
Six actuation units are monitored by
two EMERGENCY STOP switches
1 2 3 4 5 6 The actuation equipment can either
be individual de-activated or in groups
1 2 3 4 using the protective doors
During operation, the equipment is
Protective doors switched-over using a PLC or a pushbutton.

Conventional solution
Conventional wiring =>
approx. 160 different solutions
1 2
ER
GEN
ER
GEN Complex installation =>
EM
EM

CY
CY

STOP STOP
high costs => increased space
requirement
Frequent faults
No overload or short-circuit
protection
Feedback Feedback Feedback Feedback
circuit circuit circuit circuit

1 2 3 3 5 6

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Solution with 3RA7
Combination of 3RA7 and
3TK28 (cascading)
1 2 Approx. 80 connections
GEN GEN
ER ER
Simpler installation => lower
EM

EM
CY

CY
STOP STOP
costs => compact design
3SB3 3SB3
Few faults due to the
"single wire connection"
Motor protection using a
24 V DC
M
protection circuit-breaker

3RA7 3RA7

1 2 3 4 5 6

Typical applications for


safe combinations
24 V DC (+) L1 L2 L3
3TK2840 electronic basic device
K1
Protective door monitoring
K2
3SE2 Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1
A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34
2 channels with feedback circuit
3SE2 K1

open closed

K2
3TK2840

Y20 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24

K1 K2

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3TK2840 electronic basic device
EMERGENCY STOP
24 V DC (+) ON L1 L2 L3 Category 2 acc. to EN 954-1
K1 1 channel with feedback circuit
3SB3
GEN
ER
EM

A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34


CY

STOP

3SB3
K1

3TK2840
Y20 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24

K1
M

3TK2840 electronic basic device


EMERGENCY STOP
24 V DC (+) Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1
L1 L2 L3 2 channels with feedback circuit
ON A1 Y33 Y34
3SB3 Y11
Y21
GE
ER N
EM

CY

STOP K1
Y22
3SB3 Y12

3TK2840
Y20 Y21 Y22 A2 14 24
K2
K1
M

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7.1.3 Contactless + 24 V

Protective Devices

Contactor monitoring

6.3 AF

6.3 AF
1 AT

Restart inhibit
K2
Circuit examples for SIGUARD light 1 + 24 V + 24 V 1

Start
Safety
curtains 2 0V
3
0V 2
3
output K1

4 4 2-channel 1-channel
A1 enable enable
5 5
circuit circuit
Connection example, light curtain 6 6
(L+) S11 S33 S34 S35 S31 S22 13 23 31
7 PE PE 7
Category 4 connected to a standard Sender Receiver
+
evaluation unit 3RG7847-4BB SIGUARD
light curtain/grid k2
3RG7842 = CH1
Light curtain or light grid 3RG7842 s k1 k2 k1
connected through 2 channels to SIGUARD 3RG7847-4BB
CH2
the evaluation unit 3RG7847-4BB:

N.O.

N.O.
Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1 Use both contacts in
the enable circuit!
A2 (L-) S21 S12 14 24 32 K1 and K2 with positively
1)
driven contacts
Manual start with monitored K1
K2
1)

start button 1) Provide suitable


0V arc quenching

Contactor monitoring
Fig. 7/74
Connection example, light curtain Category 4 connected to a standard evaluation unit
3RG7847-4BB

Connection example, light curtain


+ 24 V
Category 4 connected to an evalua- 0V
tion unit with muting function
Muting function

Restart inhibit

2.5 AT
monitoring
Contactor

A light curtain or light grid 3RG7842 1 + 24 V + 24 V 1 L+ L-

connected to the evaluation unit with 2 0V


3
0V 2
3 Safety output
M1 M2 M3 M4 k2
Ph N
6 AT max.

4
muting function 3RG7847-4BF: 4
M-Sensor 1

M-Sensor 2

M-Sensor 3

M-Sensor 4

5 5
k1
6 6
Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1
Start

7 PE PE 7

Sender Receiver 4 15 24 22 23 20 21 31 32 13 14 11 2
Integrated muting function SIGUARD
+ 24 V

light curtain/grid 2-channel 1-channel


(e.g. with light barriers as 3RG7842 T1 T2 S1 S2 M1 M2 M3 M4 enable
circuit
enable
circuit
EDM

Test AOPDs Muting sensors


RESET

muting sensors)
s
SIGUARD 3RG7847-4BF R-Output
Manual start with dynamically Diagn. State outputs Warn.
Muting
indicators State
k2

monitored start button


OSSD1 N.O.

OSSD2 N.O.
Muting
Failure
S1-S2

1 2
k1 k2 k1
RS 232

Dynamic contactor monitoring


0V

9 19 33 30 28 29 7 6 10 1
1)
K1
1) Use both contacts in
K2
the enable circuit!
6 AT max.

K1 and K2 with positively


Possible common conductor driven contacts
for fault/alarm active low
Muting indicators L- L+ 1) Provide suitable
24 V, 5 W max. N Ph arc quenching

Fig. 7/75
Connection example, light curtain Category 4 connected to an evaluation unit with muting
function

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Connection example, light curtain
Category 2 connected to a standard + 24 V

0V
evaluation unit 3RG7847-4BD
2.5 AT

monitoring
Restart inhibit

Contactor
A light curtain 3RG7841 connected
1 + 24 V + 24 V 1 L+ L-
to the evaluation unit 3RG7847-4BD: 2 2 Ph N
3 0V 0V 3 k2
4 Safety output

6 AT max.
4
Category 2 acc. to EN 954-1 5 5
k1
6 6
Cyclic testing of the light curtain 7 7

Start
8 8
4 15 24 22 23 13 14 11 2
Manual start with dynamically Sender Receiver
2-channel 1-channel

+ 24 V
SIGUARD
monitored start button light curtain/grid
3RG7841
T1 T2 S1 S2 enable
circuit
enable
circuit

EDM
Test AOPDs

RESET
Dynamic contactor monitoring Test input s
SIGUARD 3RG7847-4BD R-Output
k2
Diagn. State

OSSD1 N.O.

OSSD2 N.O.
k1 k2 k1

RS 232
0V

9 7 6 10 1
1)
K1
1) Use both contacts in
K2
h I the enable circuit!

6 AT max.
K1 and K2 with poitively
driven contacts

0V L- L+ 1) Provide suitable
N Ph arc quenching

Fig. 7/76
Connection example, light curtain Category 2 connected to a standard evaluation unit
3RG7847-4BD

Connection example, light curtain +24 V


Category 4 connected to an evalua- 0V
The following applies
for cycle mode:
tion unit with cycle control
Cycle cancel

Single-cycle

Signal output 6 and LED


Protection

Two-cycle

display restart inhibit


monitoring
Contactor
Enable inhibit

interlocked pulse, after


A light curtain or grid 3RG7842/44
2.5 AT

being released, with the


number of required
connected through 2 channels to L+
Ph
L-
N
interventions in the
protective field.
Machine
the evaluation unit 3RG7847-4BH: 1 + 24 V + 24 V 1
6 AT max.

contact
Only interventions longer
2 0V 0V 2 k
3 than 300 ms are accepted
3 for control.
Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1
Start

4 4
k Machine contacts close
5 5
to the upper end position
6 6
Automatic single or two-cycle 7 PE PE 7 4 15 24 22 23 20 21 13 14 11 2
open OSSDs and cancel
the entered cycles.
control Sender Receiver
+24 V

SIGUARD T1 T2 S1 S2
Select

2-channel 1-channel
Reset
Clear

light curtain/grid Test AOPDs


Manual start with dynamically
ED

enable enable
3RG7842
circuit circuit
monitored start button SIGUARD 3RG7847-4BH R-Output
OSSD1 N.O.

OSSD2 N.O.

Diagn. State State


Dynamic contactor monitoring k
S1-S2
RS232
0V

k k k

9 19 7 6 10 1
1)
K1 Use both contacts in
1)
the enable circuit!
Signal outputs K2
K1 and K2 with poitively
6 AT max.

driven contacts

L- L+ 1) Provide suitable
N Ph arc quenching

Fig. 7/77
Connection example, light curtain Category 4 connected to an evaluation unit with cycle
control

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Circuit examples for SIGUARD
light barriers

3RG7821-7BG00 3RG7821-7CD00 3RG7821-7BG00 3RG7821-7CD00

Sender 1 Receiver 1 Sender 2 Receiver 2

Start
+24V 0V

A1 A2 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 X9 X10 X11 X12


BN WH BN WH BN WH BN WH
3RG7826-1CB1

+24 V IN OUT 0V
(int.) (int.)

+24 V PNP- +24 V 0 V +24 V 0V


(internal) OUT (int.) IN OUT (int.) (int.) IN OUT (internal)
13 14 X21 X22 Y1 X23 X13 X14 X15 X16 X17 X18 X19 X20

External
TEST feedback
circuits

K1

Contactor

Fig. 7/78

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3RG7822-7BG00 3RG7822-7CD00 3RG... 3RG...

Sender Receiver Sender Receiver

1 2 4 3 1 2 4 3 1 2 4 3 1 2 4 3

L1

S
S

+24 V DC

A1 X1 X2 X3 X4 X5 X6 X7 X8 + 13 23 39 41

24V T1 Q1 T2 Q2 RESTART Cont.M UB OUT


3RG7827-1DE2

RESTART Relay

0V T3 Q3 T4 Q4 PM Indic. UB OUT

A2 X9 X10 X11 X12 X13 X14 Y1 Y2 + 14 24 34 42

0V 0V

1 2 4 3 1 2 4 3 1 2 4 3 1 2 4 3
K4

K5

M
Sender Receiver Sender Receiver 3~
N
3RG... 3RG... 3RG... 3RG...

Fig. 7/79

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LS4 laser scanner application

Connection example, LS4 SIGUARD laser scanner


Changing-over the protective field, start button

Start button for a manual


+ 24V
restart directly at the scanner 0V
(connection 2) PE

Alarm output at connection 5


(e.g. alarm lamp) 1.25
A mT Evaluation unit
The protective field is changed- or safety PLC
over at connections 4, 6, 7 and 8
The safe outputs are safely
processed (connections 11 and 12)
when using an evaluation unit or
fail-safe PLC
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

X1

LS4 SIGUARD laser scanner

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Connection example, LS4 SIGUARD laser scanner
Connected to a standard 3RG7847-4BB evaluation unit

Start button for a manual


restart directly at the scanner + 24V +24V
0V
(connection 2) PE
Contactor
monitoring

Neustartsperre
Fixed protective field pair 1

6.3 AF

6.3 AF
1.25 AmT

1 AT
k4
(24 V always present at connection 4)
k5
Safe output

A1(L+) S11 S33 S34 S35 S31 S22 13 23 31

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

CH1
K1

SIGUARD 3RG7847-4BB

CH2

N.O.

N.O.
K2

A2(L-) S21 S12 14 24 32

K4* K5*
LS4 SIGUARD laser scanner
0V

*A suitable arc quenching


device must be provided

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The power supply voltage of the evalu-
7.1.4 SIGUARD ation unit is 24 V DC.
Switching Strips Two relay outputs are available as
safety-related outputs. A semiconduc-
Circuit examples with evaluation tor output can be used to issue a
unit signal to a PLC. After the switching
strip has been actuated, the device
SIGUARD switching strips, together must be enabled using a manual start
with the 3RG78 57-1BD evaluation button, so that the system can restart.
unit, can be used as a safety system
up to Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1. The
evaluation electronics in the 22.5 mm
enclosure is used to evaluate the
transmitter/receiver signal and to moni-
tor the complete system for faults and
errors.

24 V DC
Receiver 3RG7855-1R Sender power
supply

Signal Start button Safety


output outputs

wh gn bn A1(+) X1 X2 X3 13 23
3RG7857-1BD

K1 K1

K2 K2
12 V
controller
K1 K2
Safety-related
signal processing

K1 K2

A2() 14 24
Safety
outputs

Fig. 7/80

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7.1.5 Circuit examples, ET 200S SIGUARD

PM-X
Master

Terminating module
PM-D PM-D DS DS RS
F1 Power module PLC Circuit-
F1
breaker
DS Direct starter
PROFIBUS-DP IM
RS Reversing starter 151
Auxiliary contact block L+
F Kit (for the feedback circuit) M F kit-1 F kit-1 F kit-2
Supply
PM-X Connection module A1+ contactor
A2 KO

ON
button

EMERGENCY L1 L2 L3
STOP
button M M M
~ ~ ~ Terminating cover

Fig. 7/81
EMERGENCY STOP circuit with monitored start, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1

PM-X
Master

Terminating module

PM-D PM-D DS DS RS
F1 Power module PLC Circuit-
F1
breaker
DS Direct starter 1
PROFIBUS-DP IM
RS Reversing starter 151 2
Auxiliary contact block L+
F Kit (for the feedback circuit) M F kit-1 F kit-1 F-Kit-2

PM-X Connection module A1+


A2 6
7
ON
button

EMERGENCY L1 L2 L3
STOP
button M M M
~ ~ ~ Terminating cover

Fig. 7/82
EMERGENCY STOP circuit with monitored start, Category 2 acc. to EN 954-1

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L1 L2 L3

EMERGENCY STOP 1 PM-X EMERGENCY STOP 2 PM-X


Master

Terminating module
PLC PM-D DS DS PM-D DS DS
RS
F1 F1 Circuit- Circuit-
breaker breaker

PROFIBUS-DP IM A1+A2-
151
L+
M F kit F kit FF-Kit
kit F-Kit
F kit
Supply Supply
A1+ contactor contactor
A2 KO2 KO2

ON
button
L1 L2 L3
EMERGENCY
STOP button
M M M M
~ ~ ~ ~ Terminating cover

TM-PF30 S47-B1 TM-PF30 S47-B1

Fig. 7/83
EMERGENCY STOP circuit in two groups

L1 L2 L3
EMERGENCY STOP 1

PM-X PM-X
EMERGENCY STOP 2
Master

Terminating module

PLC PM-D DS DS PM-D DS DS


RS
F1 F1 Circuit- Circuit-
breaker breaker

PROFIBUS-DP IM A1+A2-
151
L+
M F kit F kit FF-Kit
kit F-Kit
F kit
Supply Supply
A1+ contactor contactor
A2 KO1 KO2

ON
button
L1 L2 L3
EMERGENCY
STOP button
M M M M
~ ~ ~ ~ Terminating cover

TM-PF30 S47-B1 TM-PF30 S47-B0

Fig. 7/84
EMERGENCY STOP circuit arranged in a cascade

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EMERGENCY STOP 1 L1 L2 L3

Stop Cat. 0 PM-X Stop Cat. 1 PM-X


Cat. 4 Cat. 3
Master

Terminating module
PLC PM-D DS DS PM-D DS DS
RS
F1 F3 Circuit- Circuit-
breaker breaker

PROFIBUS-DP IM
151
L+
M F kit F kit F kit F kit
Supply Supply
A1+ contactor contactor
A2 KO1 KO2

ON
button
A2+A1-
L1 L2 L3
EMERGENCY
STOP button
M M M M
~ ~ ~ ~ Terminating cover

TM-PF30 S47-B1 TM-PF30 S47-C0

Fig. 7/85
EMERGENCY STOP circuit arranged in a cascade with delayed shutdown (Stop Category 1)

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PM-X PM-X
Master

Terminating module
PLC PM-D PM-D DS DS DS DS
RS
F1 F2 Circuit-
breaker

PROFIBUS-DP IM
151
L+
M F kit F kit F kit F kit
Supply
A1+ contactor
A2 KO2

ON
button

EMERGENCY L1 L2 L3
STOP
button M M M M
~ ~ ~ ~ Terminating cover
Protective door

open closed
TM-PF30 S47-B1 TM-PF30 S47-B0

Fig. 7/86
EMERGENCY STOP combined with protective door

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PM-X PM-X
EMERGENCY STOP 1
Master

Terminating module

Terminating module
PLC PM-D DS DS PM-D DS DS
F1 Circuit- F4 Circuit-
breaker breaker

PROFIBUS-DP IM DF IM DF
151 151
L+ L+
M F kit F kit M F kit F kit
Supply Supply
A1+ contactor A1+ contactor
A2 KO1 A2 KO2

ON
button

EMERGENCY L1 L2 L3 L1 L2 L3
STOP
button M M M M
~ ~ Terminating cover ~ ~ Terminating cover

TM-PF30 S47-B1 TM-PF30 S47-C1

Fig. 7/87
One EMERGENCY STOP circuit for several ET 200S rails

A1+
PM-D PM-X PM-X
Master

Terminating module

PLC DS DS RS
Circuit-
ON breaker
button

PROFIBUS-DP IM
151
L+
M F kit-1 F kit-1 F kit-2
Supply
EMERGENCY A1+ contactor
STOP A2 KO
button AUX2
3TK2823 AUX3

L1 L2 L3

M M M
~ ~ ~ Terminating cover

Fig. 7/88
Integrated in an external EMERGENCY STOP circuit, Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1

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A1+
PM-D PM-X PM-X
Master

Terminating module
PLC DS DS RS
Circuit-
ON breaker
button

PROFIBUS-DP IM
151
L+
M F kit-1 F kit-1 F kit-2

EMERGENCY A1+
STOP A2
button AUX2
3TK2823 AUX3

L1 L2 L3

M M M
~ ~ ~ Terminating cover

Fig. 7/89
Integrated in an external EMERGENCY STOP circuit, Category 2 acc. to EN 954-1

Category 4(EN 954-1) separate shutdown groups are also possible

EMERGENCY
PM-D PM-X PM-X
STOP switch 1 AS-i
Safety
Monitor
Master

EMERGENCY
Terminating module

STOP switch 2 DS DS RS
PLC Circuit-
ON breaker
EMERGENCY
STOP switch 3 button

PROFIBUS-DP IM
151
EMERGENCY
Feedback circuit L+
STOP switch 4 M F kit-1 F kit-1 F kit-2
Shutdown circuit Supply
A1+ contactor
EMERGENCY A2 KO
STOP switch 5 AUX2
AUX3

A1+

L1 L2 L3

M M M
~ ~ ~ Terminating cover

Fig. 7/90
SIMATIC ET 200S SIGUARD and AS-i Safety at Work

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Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1 PM-X Cat 1
Master

Terminating module
PLC PM-D DS DS RS PM DO DO DO
F1 -E Circuit-
breaker

PROFIBUS-DP IM
151 24V
L+
M F kit-1 F kit-1 F kit-2
Supply
A1+ contactor
A2 KO

ON
button

EMERGENCY L1 L2 L3
STOP
button M M M
~ ~ ~

Fig. 7/91
EMERGENCY STOP circuit with integrated pneumatic valves

Category 4 acc. to EN 954-1 PM-X Cat 4


Master

Terminating module

PLC PM-D DS DS RS PM DO DO DO
F1 -E Circuit-
breaker

PROFIBUS-DP IM
151
L+
M F kit-1 F kit-1 F kit-2
Supply
A1+ contactor
A2 KO

ON
button

EMERGENCY L1 L2 L3
STOP
button M M M
~ ~ ~

M
~

Fig. 7/92
EMERGENCY STOP circuit with integrated external actuators

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7.2 Controllers: Fail-safe controls
7
How is the Safety Class achieved Evaluating transmitters for F digital
7.2.1 Circuit examples with F outputs? inputs
for S7-300F
For F outputs, the required Safety For F digital inputs, the required
Class is achieved by the way in which Safety Class is achieved by the type
This section shows you the possibili- the test signals are connected to of transmitter evaluation.
ties of achieving Safety Classes the F I/O.
AK4/SIL2/Cat.3 and AK6/SIL3/Cat.4
using the F I/O in S7-300F and
S7-400F/FH. This information refers
to the F I/O of the SIMATIC S7
range - this means F-SMs S7-300 Safety Classes Achieved by
and F modules ET 200S.
Acc. to IEC 61508 Acc. to DIN V 19250 Acc. to EN 954-1 Transmitter evaluation
How is the safety class achieved SIL2 AK4 Cat. 3 1-from-1 evaluation
for F inputs? SIL3 AK5,6 Cat. 4 2-from-2 evaluation
For F inputs, the required Safety Class Table: Safety Classes which can be achieved for F digital inputs
is achieved by the type of transmitter
evaluation. This means that Safety
Class AK4/SIL2/Cat.3 or AK6/SIL3/
Cat.4. is defined by how the transmit-
ter is connected-up.

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Example: A transmitter connected 1L+
to an F-DI through 1 channel
(AK4/SIL2/Cat.3) 1M

The connection schematic for an SM Vs


326, DI 24 x 24V DC for a 1-from-1
evaluation of the transmitter is shown Digital input DI
module
in the following diagram. The transmit-
ter is supplied from the F I/O.
Example: Wiring schematic for a transmitter connected to an F-DI (1-from-1)
AK4/SIL2/Cat.3 can be achieved using through 1 channel
this connection.

1L+
Example: A transmitter connected Digital input
module
to an F-DI through 1 channel 1M
(AK6/SIL3/Cat.4)
Vs
The connection schematic for an SM
326, DI 24 x 24V DC for a 2-from-2 DI
Left: Channels 011
evaluation of the transmitter is shown
Right: Channels 011 DI
in the following diagram. The transmit-
ter is supplied from the F I/O.
AK6/SIL3/Cat.4 can be achieved using
this connection as long as a suitably Example: Wiring schematic for a transmitter connected to an F-DI (2-from-2)
through 1 channel)
qualified transmitter is used.

1L+
Example: A transmitter connected Digital input
module
to an F-DI through 2 channels 1M
(AK6/SIL3/Cat.4)
Vs
The connection schematic for an SM
326, DI 24 x 24V DC for a 2-from-2 DI
Left: Channels 011
evaluation of the transmitter is shown Right: Channels 011 Vs
in the following diagram.
AK6/SIL3/Cat.4 can be achieved using DI
this connection.
Example: Wiring schematic for a transmitter connected to an F-DI (2-from-2)
through 2 channels)

1L+
Digital input
module
Example: An antivalent 1M
transmitter (2-channel) connected
Vs
to an F-DI (AK6/SIL3/Cat.4)
The connection schematic for an SM DI
Left: Channels 011
326, DI 24 x 24V DC with antivalent Right: Channels 011 DI
transmitter (2-from-2 evaluation) is
shown in the following diagram.
AK6/SIL3/Cat.4 can be achieved with
this connection. Example: Connection schematic for an anti-valent transmitter connected to an F-DI
(2-from-2) through 2 channels

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7.2.2 Function block 1
for the S7-300F muting MS_11 Transmitter MS_21 Hazardous area

function
Mode of operation
Light curtains can be operated in the
muting mode so that products or
MS_12 Receiver MS_22
objects can be brought into the haz-
ardous area, monitored by the light
curtain, without stopping the machine.
It must be ensured that personnel can-
not enter the hazardous area while the 2
light curtain is bypassed by using two MS_11 Transmitter MS_21 Hazardous area
or four muting sensors as well as the
correct integration into the production
sequence.
It is extremely important to note that
the interval in which the safety pro-
gram is called (e.g. OB 35) must be
MS_12 Receiver MS_22
less than the selected discrepancy
time.

Schematic sequence of an error-free


muting operation using 4 muting 3

sensors MS_11 Transmitter MS_21 Hazardous area

(MS_11, MS_12, MS_21, MS_22)


1. If the inputs for the muting sensors
MS_11 and MS_12 are activated by the
product within DISCTIM1, then the F
application block switches to MUTING.
MS_12 Receiver MS_22
The enable signal Q remains at 1, also
if the input FREE = 0 (the product
interrupts the light curtain). The output
MUTING goes to 1 to control the mut-
ing lamp. 4
MS_11 Transmitter MS_21 Hazardous area
2. As long as the two inputs MS_11
and MS_12 are still activated by the
product, Q remains at 1 and MUTING
remains at 1 as a result of the MUT-
ING function of the F application block
(so that the product may pass through
the light curtain without the machine MS_12 Receiver MS_22

stopping).
3. The inputs for the muting sensors
MS_21 and MS_22 must have been 4. After one of the inputs for the mut-
activated within DISCTIM2 and before ing sensors MS_21 and MS_22 = 0
the inputs for the muting sensors (the product enables the sensors), the
MS_11 and MS_12 are switched into MUTING function is exited (Q = 1,
an inactive state. This means that the MUTING = 0). The MUTING function
F application block maintains the may be active for a maximum time
MUTING. (Q = 1, MUTING = 1). parameterized at the input TIME_MAX.

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Timing diagram for error-free
muting using 4 muting sensors

FREE

MS_11

MS_12

MS_21

MS_22

t < DISCTIM1 t < DISCTIM2

t < TIME_MAX

ACK

MUTING

FAULT

ACK_REQ

DISCTIM1 and DISCTIM2 are discrep-


ancy times for sensor pairs 1 and 2.

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7.3 Motion Control Systems: Safe Motion Control
7
This section describes the circuit Using the safe standstill function, SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES
examples using the drive systems the drive pulses are cancelled thus Vector Control Catalog DA 65.10
SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES and preventing the drive from undesirably
SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES
SIMODRIVE 611 universal for applica- starting.
Motion Control Catalog DA 65.11
tions involving variable-speed drives
The solutions which are shown can,
with AC motors. SIMODRIVE 611
from the actual principle, also be
Catalog NC 60.1 and NC 60.2
These examples show possibilities implemented using other drive
of implementing the various solutions. systems. However, the appropriate
The solution required for the machine information/instructions in the docu-
must be aligned to the particular mentation describing the various
machine function. This results in products must be carefully observed
individual parameter assignments or (also refer to the Certificate in Section
control commands for applications 8.6.3)
associated with stop Category 1.

7.3.1 Application exam-


ples for EMERGENCY
STOP Category 0

L1
L2
L3
PE

L/+
N/

P24 V DC
M DC K1

EMER-
GENCY U1 V1 W1
STOP
X533
1) Option K80
1
2 PV
4 P24V
K1 ON 3

A1 Y1 Y2 13 23
3TK2824

M
X101
Control
module
X CU
1)
Loop in check-
back signals from
Communi- protective devices,
cations e.g. door interlocks,
module, light curtains
e.g. CBP SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES
A2 14 24 Drive inverter U2 V2 W2 X: Digital input,
assigned to OFF2
P556i001 and i002
M
K1 3~ Separately
N/
protected routing

Fig. 7/93
Stop Category 0, 2-channel, with feedback circuit; Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1;
Function with a motor coasting down

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7.3.2 Application exam-
ples for EMERGENCY
STOP Category 1

L1
L2
L3
PE

L/+
N/

24 V DC
M DC K1

U1 V1 W1
X533
1) 1 Option
X533 K80
2
4 PV
3 P24V
K1 ON
Y10
A1 Y11 Y12 Y33 Y34 13 23 31 43 53
3TK2827

X101
Control
X
module
EMER- 1)
GENCY Y CU Loop in check-
STOP back signals from
protective devices,
Communi- e.g. door interlocks,
cations light curtains
module,
e.g. CBP SIMOVERT MASTERDRIVES X: Digital input,
Y21 Y22 PE A2 14 24 32 44 54 Drive inverter U2 V2 W2 assigned to OFF2
P556i001 and i002

PE H1 K1 X: Digital input,
M
N/ 3~ assigned to OFF3
P559i001 and i002

Fig. 7/94
Stop Category 1, 2-channel, with feedback circuit, Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1;
Function where the motor is shut down along the torque limit in a controlled fashion.

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By implementing as a higher-level
7.3.3 Application examples circuit using contacts, the Safe stand-
for EMERGENCY SWITCH- still function is even guaranteed for
ING-OFF and EMERGENCY erroneous behavior or if the PLC fails.
STOP Category 1 For an EMERGENCY SWITCHING-OFF,
the drive is electrically isolated from
Structure acc. to EN 954-1 control the line supply.
category 3 and EN1037 For this type of connection, the inter-
nal line contactor of the supply unit
The drive is shut down according to only drops-out if the internal safety
the stop function, Category 1 acc. to relay functions erroneously.
EN 60204-1.

Fig. 7/95
EMERGENCY SWITCHING-OFF and EMERGENCY STOP, Stop Category 1 acc. to EN 60204,
2-channel with feedback circuit, control Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1

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With this particular circuit principle, the
7.3.4 Application example internal line contactor of the supply
for EMERGENCY STOP, unit only drops-out if one of the two
Category 1 for several internal safety relays has an erroneous
drives function.
This circuit principle is suitable if indi-
vidual drive groups must be selectively
Structure/design in accordance
shut down.
with EN 954-1 control Category 3
The circuit principle can be expanded
and EN1037
to several drive groups.
The drive is shut down in accordance
with stop function Category 1 acc. to
EN 60204-1.

Fig. 7/96
Emergency Stop, Stop Category 1 acc. to EN 60204, 2-channel with feedback circuit,
control Category 3 acc. to EN 954-1

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