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DM-224i and DM-2205i

Installation
Users Guide
P/N 151-DM224i Rev E
Manuals in other languages
The present Manual is the English version to put the DM-224i, DM-2202i and
DM-2205i intelligent step motor controls into service.
Part# 151-DM224i Rev D
It is also available in
German, part # 151-DM224i Rev D/G
French, part # 151-DM224i Rev D/F
Please inquire with your sales office for a copy of one of these manuals or
download it from our web-site http://www.apimotion.com or ftp://mtg-int1.com

Das vorliegende Handbuch ist die englische Version zur Inbetriebnahme der
Inteligenten Schrittmotorsteuerungen DM-224i and DM-2205i. Artikelnummer
151-DM224i Rev D
Es ist auch in anderen Sprachen verfügbar :
Deutsch, Artikel# 151-DM224i Rev D/G
Französisch, Artikel# 151-DM224i Rev D/F
Bitte fragen Sie unser nächstes Verkaufbüro nach einer dieser Versionen oder laden
Sie sich eine Kopie von unserer Web Site http://www.apimotion.com

Le présent Manuel d’Utilisation représente la version Anglaise pour la mise en


service des contrôleurs intelligents DM-224i et DM-2205i pour moteurs pas à pas.
Numéro d’article 151-DM224i Rev D
Il est également disponible
Français Numéro d’article 151-DM224i Rev D/F
Allemand Numéro d’article 151-DM224i Rev D/G
Veuillez s.v.p. contacter notre bureau le plus proche pour recevoir une copie dans
ces langues ou chargez les de notre site http://www.apimotion.com

For Technical Assistance contact your local Motion Automation Company


(MAC) or contact
for US: API Controls Service Department at (800) 566-5274 ext. 2
for CE: API Motion +41 (0)32 9256111
TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS...............................................................................3
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................4
PROGRAMMING THE DM-224I AND DM-2205I ............................................4
PACKAGE CONTENTS...................................................................................6
ACCESSORIES ..............................................................................................6
DM-224I MOUNTING ..................................................................................7
DM-2205I MOUNTING ................................................................................8
HARDWARE CONFIGURATION ......................................................................8
Axis Selection ........................................................................................9
Communication Port Wiring .................................................................9
RS-232 Three Wire Configuration.......................................................10
RS-422/485 Two Wire Configuration..................................................10
RS-422/485 Four Wire Configuration.................................................11
WIRING .....................................................................................................12
DC Power supply.................................................................................12
Motors .................................................................................................13
TTL Inputs and Outputs.......................................................................18
Optically Isolated Inputs and Outputs.................................................22
Encoder Wiring ("E" Option)..............................................................25
Typical Analog Input ("A" Option)......................................................26
TROUBLE SHOOTING .................................................................................27
DM-224I SPECIFICATIONS .........................................................................29
CERTIFICATIONS: (DM-224 ONLY)............................................................30
DM-2205I SPECIFICATIONS .......................................................................33
CERTIFICATIONS: (DM-2205 ONLY)..........................................................34

Precautions and Warnings

CAUTION
Because potentially lethal voltages can be present around this
drive, only qualified service and installation personnel
should install this device.
All connections or configurations should be made with the
power sources disconnected from the system.

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Introduction
The DM-224i, DM-2202i and DM-2205i are high performance microstep
controllers and drives for NEMA sizes 17, 23 and 34 step motors. Developed
for single and multi-axis OEM applications, the Intelligent Step drives
incorporate the functionality of an indexer and drive in a single unit. The unit
accepts high-level commands directly, therefore the additional cost of an
indexer is not required. Integral programmable inputs and outputs allow the
unit to interface to the application environment. Coupled with its single DC
power input makes for a convenient, cost-effective solution to your motion
control needs.
The basic unit is hardware configurable for RS-232, RS-422 or RS-485
methods of communication. APImate™ development software allows
complete firmware configuration of all features in the unit.
The Intelligent drives can be operated standalone with local sequence storage,
or up to 32 units can be networked from a single PC communications port or
similar host device. Multi-axis start and stop, along with on-the-fly speed
changes are only a few of the features available on these units.
All three drives are bipolar, microstepping drives and controllers in a single
package designed to drive two-phase step motors. Both the DM-224i, DM-
2202i offers recirculating current, which reduces torque ripple. The
Intelligent Step drives auto-switch into two-phase, full-step mode at a user
programmable velocity point to increase efficiency. This enables the units to
achieve 33% more torque than when microstepping. The drives auto-switch
back to microstep resolution during deceleration to provide accuracy and
microstepping smoothness when it is needed most without loss of position
accuracy. All drives provide full short circuit protection; phase to phase and
phase to ground. In addition, the DM-224i and DM-2202i drives offer
reverse polarity protection and over-voltage protection of the DC input
supply, while the DM-2205i offers over temperature protection.
The integral heatsink and mounting surface heat-plate design increases the
heat dissipation path and the product reliability. The user must attach the
DM-224i, DM-2202i or DM-2205i to a suitable mounting surface to optimize
heat dissipation.

Programming
The DM-224i, DM-2202i and DM-2205i can be programmed using:
1. APImate 1.0 for PC using Windows95 interface to write and set-up
complete application sequences. APImate is available from your local
Motion Automation Company (MAC)
2. Commands can be sent through an RS-232/422/485 com-port using the
high level I-drive protocol. The description of this code format can be
obtained available from your local Motion Automation Company or call
(800) 566 5274 (US) or +41(0)32 9256111 (EC) or ftp://mtg-int1.com

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Optional Configurations
The DM-224i is provided in five standard configurations to best meet the
needs of your application.
Part Number Description
DM-224i DM-224i with TTL inputs and outputs.
DM-224i-A DM-224i with TTL inputs/outputs with an 8 bit Analog
Input.
DM-224i-O DM-224i with 5-24 VDC isolated inputs and outputs.
DM-224i-E DM-224i with encoder inputs and 5-24 VDC isolated
inputs and outputs.
DM-224i-AE DM-224i with encoder inputs and 5-24 VDC isolated
inputs/outputs with an 8 bit Analog Input.

The DM-2202i is provided in five standard configurations to best meet the


needs of your application.
Part Number Description
DM-2202i DM-224i with TTL inputs and outputs.
DM-2202i-A DM-224i with TTL inputs/outputs with an 8 bit Analog
Input.
DM-2202i-O DM-224i with 5-24 VDC isolated inputs and outputs.
DM-2202i-E DM-224i with encoder inputs and 5-24 VDC isolated
inputs and outputs.
DM-2202i-AE DM-224i with encoder inputs and 5-24 VDC isolated
inputs/outputs with an 8 bit Analog Input.

The DM-2205i is also provided in five standard configurations to best meet


the needs of your application.
Part Number Description
DM-2205i-O DM-2205i with 5-24 VDC isolated inputs and outputs.
DM-2205i-E DM-2205i with encoder inputs and 5-24 VDC isolated
inputs and outputs.
DM-2205i-AE DM-2205i with encoder inputs and 5-24 VDC isolated
inputs/outputs with an 8 bit Analog Input.

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Package Contents
DM-22xxi-x Driver/Controller package
151-DM224i This Users Guide for both DM-224i and DM-2205i
SK-DM224i Shipkits for DM-224i and 224i-O
SK-DM224i-E DM-224i-E, A and AE
SK-DM224i DM-2202i and 224i-O
SK-DM224i-E DM-2202i-E, A and AE
SK-DM2205i DM-2205i and 2205i-O
SK-DM2205i-E DM-2205i-E, A and AE
Shipkits provide the following connecting parts
DF11-2428SC Connector pins
DF11-10DS-2C Encoder Connector (only for E,A AE)
DF11-24DS-2C I/O connector
Supplier Hirose

Crimping tools can be obtained from :


US : Schuster Electronics 2057-D East Aurora St., Twinsburg, OH 44087
(1-800-521-1358). (P/N DF11-TA2428HC)
CE : Hirose (D) tel. : 07114560021, fax : 0711 4560729
Hirose (UK) tel. : 01908 260616, fax 01908 563309

Accessories
Below is a list of accessories that are available to speed integration into the
user's selected application.
Part Number Description
APImate 1.0 Intelligent drive software required for configuration
(Windows 95®-based)
CA-F24-2 I/O connector assembly with 2 ft leads
CA-F10-2 Encoder connector assembly with 2 ft leads
CA-DB9-232-6 RS-232 cable assembly, DB9-DB9, 6 ft
CA-DB9-485-6 RS-485 cable assembly, DB9-DB9, 6 ft
PCB-485 IBM® compatible RS-485 communications card

NOTE
Shielded cables must be used on all I/O ports to ensure
compliance with EMC Directive 89/336/EEC. The CA-
F10-2 and CA-F24-2 are not shielded and must NOT be used
in applications requiring compliance with EMC Directive
89/336/EEC.

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DM-224i and DM-2202i Mounting
The integral heatsink and mounting surface heat-plate design increases the
heat dissipation path and the product reliability. The user must attach the
DM-224i to a suitable vertical-mounting surface, as shown below, to
optimize heat dissipation and provide a minimum of 1.0 inch of clearance on
all sides to allow for adequate airflow.

Location:
Pin 1

dimensions inches [mm]

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DM-2205i Mounting
The DM-2205i should be mounted vertically as shown below. The user must
provide 3.0 inch horizontal and 2 inch vertical clearance to allow for adequate
air flow. For applications without proper airflow, motor current greater than
3.5 amp and ambient temperatures above 25ºC, fan cooling with turbulent
airflow is required

Location:
Pin 1

dimensions inches [mm]

Hardware Configuration
The user must configure the DM-224i, DM-2202i or DM-2205i prior to
mounting the unit. To accomplish this task the cover of the DM-224i and
DM-2202i must be removed, (no tools are required) or the external dip
switches of the DM-2205i must be set.
1. Grasp the heatsink in one hand and the enclosure in the other. Gently
squeeze the center semi-circle feature of the enclosure to disengage the
locking mechanism and slide it off the front of the drive. (DM-224i and
DM-2202i only)
2. The configuration switches are located in the rear of the back plate
heatsink near the top of the unit for the DM-224i and DM-2202i or on
the front face for the DM-2205i. Set the unit's AXIS ID and
COMMUNICATIONS per the tables below.
3. After the switches are configured we suggest that the user indicate the
axis number on the front of each unit for later identification.
4. To reinstall the cover, gently slide the cover into position until the
locking mechanism is engaged. (DM-224i and DM-2202i only)

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Axis Selection
The user must configure the axis selection switches to define the communi-
cations address of the unit. A unique axis address must be selected for each
unit when multiple axes will be on the same communications link.
Set the switches as indicated below.

Axis Switch Axis Switch


ID 12345 ID 12345
1 00000 Factory 17 00001
2 10000 18 10001
3 01000 19 01001
4 11000 20 11001
5 00100 21 00101
6 10100 22 10101
7 01100 23 01101
8 11100 24 11101
9 00010 25 00011
10 10010 26 10011
11 01010 27 01011
12 11010 28 11011
13 00110 29 00111
14 10110 30 10111
15 01110 31 01111
16 11110 32 11111

Communication Port Wiring


The Intelligent Step drive communication port pin out is dependent upon the
communication method selected. The wiring of the nine pin connector for
each communication method is shown below:

Communication Port
DB9-F Primary RS-422
Pin # RS-232 RS-485
1 NC Tx+
2 Tx Tx-
3 Rx Rx-
4 NC Rx+
5 COM COM
6 NC NC
7 NC NC
8 NC NC
9 NC NC

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RS-232 Three Wire Configuration
This is the factory default configuration. This communication method is used
for applications requiring less than 25 feet and less than six (6) axis per
communications cable.
SW State
10 OFF
9 OFF
8 ON
7 OFF
6 OFF

1 1 1
2 Tx 2 2
3 3 3
Rx

5
COM 5 5
PC Port DM-224i or DM-2205i

RS-422/485 Two Wire Configuration


This communication method is used for applications requiring less than 5000
feet and greater than six (6) axis per communications cable. The PCB-485
communications card supports “Automatic Data Send Control" which only
enables the transmitter when a character is ready to be transferred. This
method is cost-effective and provides increased noise immunity.

SW State
10 ON
9 OFF ON for termination
resistor of the last unit
8 OFF
7 ON
6 ON
1
PC B -4 8 5
(D B 2 5 C o n n ecto r)

1 1

2
2
12 + 24

D M -2 2 4 i o r D M -2 2 0 5 i
13 + 25

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This is an alternate method of wiring the inter-axis cable and is used for
applications requiring less than 5000 feet and greater than six (6) axis per
communications cable. The PCB-485 communications card supports
“Automatic Data Send Control" which only enables the transmitter when a
character is ready to be transferred. This method provides additional noise
immunity.

PCB-485
(DB25 Connector)
1st Axis 2nd Axis Nth Axis

1 1 1
2 2 2
3 3 3
12 + 24 4 4 4

DM-224i or DM-2205i
13 + 25

RS-422/485 Four Wire Configuration


This method is used for applications requiring less than 5000 feet and greater
than six (6) axis per communications cable. The PCB-485 communications
card is required. This method provides the highest noise immunity.

SW State
10 ON
9 OFF ON for termination
resistor of the last unit
8 OFF
7 OFF
6 OFF

PCB-485
(DB25 Connector)
1st Axis 2nd Axis Nth Axis

12 1 1 1
13 2 2 2
25 3 3 3
24 4 4 4

DM-224i or DM-2205i

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Wiring
DC Power supply
The DM-224i and DM-2205i are supplied with a keyed input connector for
the 12-48 VDC supply (DM-224i) or 24-72VDC (DM-2205i).

Note: Verify that connector is properly


inserted to insure keys are locked into
socket
– DC
+ DC

Note: The ground screw is to be connected to PE ground using the shortest


path possible.

+ DC - DC

PE Ground Screw

CAUTION
Do not force the connector on the wrong way!
Verify that connector is properly inserted and insure keys are
locked into socket

WARNING
Only qualified service and installation personnel should
install this device.
All connections or configurations should be made with the
power sources disconnected from the system.
Damage to the unit will result if the supply voltage is
incorrectly applied.

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Motors
The DM-224i may be purchased with a compatible API motor. Motors listed
below have been selected to provide the optimum speed versus torque
performance for a given motor size.
Model Static Current Midband Inductance Steps
Torque setting Gain Compen- per
oz-in (Nm) Series Compen- sation rev.
(parallel) sation Setting
Setting
M161-02 16 (0. 11) 0. 68 3 1 200
M162-03 25 (0. 17) 0. 68 3 1 200
M231-08 60 (0. 4) 2. 71 1 1 200
M232-09 100 (0. 7) 3. 00 1 1 200
M233-09 150 (1. 1) 3. 00 1 1 200
M341-09 150 (1. 1) 3. 00 0 0 200
M342-09 300 (2. 1) 3. 00 0 0 200

MT230-04 55 (0. 4) 1. 26 2 0 200


MT231-07 100 (0. 7) 2. 32 2 0 200
MT232-06 160 (1. 2) 2. 32 2 0 200
MH232-04 230 (1. 6) 1. 26 0 0 200

MST-T171-CF00 40 (0.3) 1.1 2 1 200


MST-T172-CF00 87 (0.6) 1.08 2 1 200
MST-T231-CF00 150 (1.1) 2.98 0 0 200
MST-T232-CF00 265 (1.9) 2.78 0 0 200
MST-T233-CF00 350 (2.5) 2.74 2 1 200
MST-D20L-VF00 33 (0.23) 1.8 (3.00) 1 1 100
MST-D201-AF00 33 (0.23) 0.7 (1.4) 1 1 100
MST-D231-HF00 45 (0. 32) 1. 8 1 1 200
MST-D341-CF00 150 (1. 1) 2. 3 1 1 200

Please consult factory for motors not listed above


API Portescape Part Number Cross Reference
MST-D20L-VF00 - P532-258-0.7
MST-D201-AF00 - P532-258-004
MST-D231-HF00 - P632-258-B
MST-D341-CF00 - P852-508-B

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The DM-2205i may be purchased with a compatible API motor. Motors listed
below have been selected to provide the optimum speed versus torque
performance for a given motor size.

Model Static Current Steps


Torque setting per
oz-in (Nm) Series rev.
(parallel)
M161-02 16 (0. 11) 0. 68 200
M162-03 25 (0. 17) 0. 68 200
M231-08 60 (0. 4) 2. 71 200
M232-09 100 (0. 7) 3. 00 200
M233-09 150 (1. 1) 3. 00 200
M341-09 150 (1. 1) 3. 00 200
M342-09 300 (2. 1) 3. 00 200

MT230-04 55 (0. 4) 1. 26 200


MT231-07 100 (0. 7) 2. 32 200
MT232-06 160 (1. 2) 2. 32 200
MH232-04 230 (1. 6) 1. 26 200

MST-T171-CF00 40 (0.3) 1.1 200


MST-T172-CF00 87 (0.6) 1.08 200
MST-T231-CF00 150 (1.1) 2.98 200
MST-T232-CF00 265 (1.9) 2.78 200
MST-T233-CF00 350 (2.5) 2.74 200
MST-T341-CF00 650 (4.6) 5.00 200
MST-T342-CF00 1200 (8.5) 4.91 200
MST-D20L-VF00 33 (0.23) 1.8 (3.00) 100
MST-D201-AF00 33 (0.23) 0.7 (1.4) 100
MST-D231-HF00 45 (0. 32) 1. 8 200
MST-D341-CF00 150 (1. 1) 2. 3 200

Please consult factory for motors not listed above

API Portescape Part Number Cross Reference


MST-D20L-VF00 - P532-258-0.7
MST-D201-AF00 - P532-258-004
MST-D231-HF00 - P632-258-B
MST-D341-CF00 - P852-508-B

Both the DM-224i and DM-2205i Series are capable of running a wide range
of step motors with their bipolar chopping technique. The limits of these
ranges fall into several categories; winding type and number of leads.

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1 A+ Both the DM-224i and DM-2205i
2 A- Series are capable of running a wide
3 Ground
range of step motors with their bipolar
chopping technique. The limits of these
4 B+ ranges fall into several categories;
5 B- winding type and number of leads.
6 A-COM
7 B-COM
MOTOR CONNECTOR

Winding Type The motor winding type should be a two phase motor that is
capable of bipolar operation, characterized by the need for current to flow in
both directions in each coil of the motor. Most motors that fall into the
"HYBRID" motor classification will work. Step angles of 0.9 and 1.8 degrees
are the most common.
Number of Leads Hybrid style motors have 4, 6, or 8 leads depending on
how they are wound and connected. ALL THREE OF THESE TYPES OF
WINDINGS CAN BE OPERATED.

RED

MOTOR

R/W

GRN G/W
4 LEAD UNIFILAR MOTOR

MOTOR CONNECTOR
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

G/W RED
GRN R/W

SHIELD

4 LEAD MOTOR

Note the Current is set at 1*motor rating.

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RED

BLK MOTOR

R/W

GRN WHT G/W

6 LEAD BIFILAR MOTOR

MOTOR CONNECTOR
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

G/W RED WHT


GRN R/W BLK

SHIELD

6 LEAD MOTOR
Note the Current is set at 0.7*motor rating.

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Complete Model Motors supplied with a pre-installed motor connector by
API Controls are in the configuration shown below. This configuration as
supplied will produce minimal EMI/RFI interference in the user's
environment.
RED

R/W

MOTOR
YEL

Y/W

BLK B/W ORG O/W

8 LEAD BIFILAR MOTOR

MOTOR CONNECTOR
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

ORG RED R/W


AND
Y/W
BLK YEL
O/W
AND
B/W

SHIELD

8 LEAD MOTOR
(SERIES)

Note the Current is set at 0.7*motor rating.

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TTL Inputs and Outputs
The Intelligent Step drives contain inputs and outputs to interface to the user's
environment. Proper wiring practices, twisted pairs, shielding and TTL return
techniques should be observed. Multi-strand 24 AWG wire is recommended.
NOTE: The standard DM-224i or DM-2205i is provided with non-isolated
TTL Level inputs and outputs. Cable assemblies CA-F24-2 may be
purchased separately to facilitate wiring the I/O.

Pin Signal Pin Signal


23 TTL Return 24 Shield
21 Output 4 22 N/C
19 Output 3 20 N/C
17 Output 2 18 N/C
15 Output 1 16 N/C
13 Input 7 14 N/C
11 Input 6 12 N/C
9 Input 5 10 N/C
7 Input 4 8 N/C
5 Input 3 6 N/C
3 Input 2 4 N/C
1 Input 1 2 N/C

23 l l 24
l l
l l
l l
l l
l l
l l
l l
l l
l l
l l
1 l l 2

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DM-224i
Input 1 to 7
TTL Input signal
TTL Return

Typical Input, TTL

Output DM-224i
TTL Output
1 to 4

TTL
Return

Typical Output, TTL

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Typical TTL Input Wiring

23 24
21 22
19 20
17 18
15 16
13 14
11 12
9 10
7 8
5 6
3 4
1 2

Typical TTL Output Wiring

23 24
21 22
19 20
17 18
15 16
13 14
11 12
9 10
7 8
5 6
3 4
1 2

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Optically Isolated Inputs and Outputs
The DM-224i-O, DM-224i-E, DM-224i-AE, DM-2205i-O, DM-2205i-E and
DM-2205i-AE are optional configurations that are provided with optically
isolated inputs and outputs. An additional external power source 5-24 VDC is
required.
The inputs can be wired as "current sourcing " or "current sinking", 10 ma
minimum. The outputs can be wired as "current sourcing " or "current
sinking", with a maximum "sink" of 35 ma per output.

Pin Signal Pin Signal


23 N/C 24 Shield
21 Output 4 22 Output 4 Return*
19 Output 3 20 Output 3 Return*
17 Output 2 18 Output 2 Return*
15 Output 1 16 Output 1 Return*
13 Input 7 Return 14 Input 7*
11 Input 6 Return 12 Input 6*
9 Input 5 Return 10 Input 5*
7 Input 4 Return 8 Input 4*
5 Input 3 Return 6 Input 3*
3 Input 2 Return 4 Input 2*
1 Input 1 Return 2 Input 1*

*Optical isolation only. N/C for standard configuration.

23 l l 24 2 l l 1
l l l l
l l l l
l l l l
l l l l
l l l l
l l l l
l l l l
l l l l
l l l l
l l l l
1 l l 2 24 l l 23
DM-224i DM-2205i

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Typical Optically Isolated Input

Input

2.7 K

Corresponding
Input Return

Typical Optical Isolated Input Wiring – Drive as Sinking Input

Sourcing
Output

Input
5 - 24
VDC

Input
Return

Typical Optical Isolated Input Wiring - Drive as Sourcing Input

Input

5 -24
Sinking
VDC
Output

Input
Return

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Typical Optically Isolated Output

Output

Corresponding
Output Return

Typical Optical Isolated Output Wiring - Drive as Sinking Output

Sourcing
Input

Output

5 - 24
VDC

Output
Return

Typical Optical Isolated Output Wiring - Drive as Sourcing Output

Output

Sinking 5-24
Input VDC

Output
Return

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Encoder Wiring ("E" Option)
The DM-224i-E, DM-224i-AE, DM-2205I-E or DM-2205i-drives include the
encoder feedback option. API Controls Complete Model Motors can be
supplied with a dual-Channel (A and B) Incremental Optical Encoder with Z
channel input for encoder index pulse. This allows the user positive feedback
of velocity and position. A +5VDC, 5VDC return and shield are supplied for
encoder use.

Pin Signal Color Pin Signal Color Code


Code
9 Z+ Orange 10 Z– Red/Black
7 B+ Green 8 B– White/Black
5 A+ White 6 A– Blue
3 Shield Shield 4 5 VDC Return N/C
1 +5 VDC Out Red 2 5 VDC Return Black
• Color Codes are for standard API encoders

9 l l 10 2 l l 1
l l l l
l l l l
l l l l
1 l l 2 10 l l 9
DM-224i DM-2205i

NOTE
Proper wiring practices; twisted pairs, shielding and ground
techniques should be observed.
The encoder option is for encoders with differential driver
outputs only. We suggest a 26LS31 line driver or equivalent.

NOTE
The DM-224i-E or DM-2205i-E does NOT recognize the Z-
channel encoder input.

Homing to the Z-Channel can be achieved by wiring the Z-


channel to a regular input, which can then be monitored.

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Typical Analog Input ("A" Option)
The DM-224i-AE and DM-2205i-AE models only.
The Analog Input is an optional configuration which can read a -10 VDC to
+10 VDC analog signal and convert it to an 8 bit digital number. The input
can be used for velocity control or be taken in as a variable between 0 and
256.

Analog Input Wiring (-10VDC to +10 VDC)

9 10 10K
7 8
5 6 +
3 4 POT 24VDC
1 2 -
10K
Encoder Connector

Typical Analog Input Wiring (0VDC to + 10 VDC)

9 10
7 8
5 6 +
3 4 POT 12 VDC
1 2 -

Encoder Connector

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Trouble Shooting
Red Fault LED on during Power-up

• Verify power to drive is supplying correct voltage for the drive


type.

• Check wires for loose connections, shorts and verify that the
drive is wired correctly.

• Power up the drive without the motor connected. If the fault LED
goes away it is a good chance the motor is bad.
1. Verify motor wiring.
2. verify motor for shorts

Communicate Errors

• Check to see if drive is powered-up or if the drive fault LED is on.

• Check communication cable for proper wiring or a loose


connection.

• Confirm that switch setting for communication match the


communication type. (RS-232, RS-485, etc. Refer to Installation
Manual)

• Verify that the correct PC communication port is selected in Axis


Configuration.

• Confirm that the Axis Number on the Axis Configuration window


corresponds to the Axis Number of the drive switch settings.
(Refer to Installation Manual)

• Communication errors may occur while executing the sequence


using the “Player Buttons” on the toolbar. Since the Player
Buttons execute the program from the PC through the RS-232
port, a communication error can occur during long moves or other
commands which the PC is polling the drive but the drive is too
busy to respond. If this occurs download the sequence to the
drive and use the Sequence Execution command.

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Motor does not move

• Check to see if drive is powered-up or if the drive fault LED is on.

• Verify that an acceleration and velocity command other than zero


was executed prior to the move command.

• Confirm that sequence is loaded into the drive, contains a move


command and that the correct sequence is executed.

• Verify that hard limit or stop input is not active.

• Verify motor is connected.

• Verify load is not jammed

If APImate pointer does not align on Script

• Correct the display type to match the correct screen resolution.


(i.e. 1024 x 768 pixels) This can be done by clicking the
Windows 95 Start key, and going to Settings, Control Panel
then Display. Click on the Settings tab then on Change Display
Type. A “Change Display Type“ window will pop up. Click the
Change button then check the Show All Devices. Now select
the correct monitor for your computer and resolution and small
font size.

Note: Write down the original monitor setting so that you can always
reset the display.

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DM-224i Specifications
DRIVE TYPE Two (2) phase, bipolar, constant current,
recirculating.
RESOLUTIONS 12,800 steps/rev, auto-switches into two-phase, full-
step mode at a software programmable velocity
POWER
Drive +12 to +48 VDC, unregulated 10% ripple
Output Software selectable, 0.1 to 3.0 amps
PROTECTION
Short Circuit Phase-to-phase, phase-to-ground
Bus Over-Voltage 55 VDC (nominal)
Low Power Mode Software selectable; 0, 33, 66 or 100%
ENVIRONMENTAL
Temperature Ambient 0°C to 50°C, storage -40°C to 85°C
Humidity 0 to 95%, non-condensing
OPERATIONAL
Acceleration Linear ramp with velocity streaming
Step Accuracy ± 0 steps
Position Range ± 2.1 billion
Speed Range 0 to 50 RPS (3000 rpm) with 200 step/rev motors
0 to 100 RPS (6000 rpm) with 100 step/rev motors
Sequence Storage Flash RAM, 255 sequences, 4 k bytes
COMMUNICATIONS
Type RS-232C, RS422 / RS-485 terminated and un-
terminated
Baud Rate 19200
Format 8 data bits; 1 stop bit; no parity
Multi-Axis 32 units, switch selectable (Axis ID)
INPUTS
Type 7 general purpose inputs TTL (5 VDC Max),
(optional 5-24 VDC optical isolation available)
Typical input response time of 1 ms
Active State HIGH or LOW, software programmable
Limits Software programmable, must use general purpose
inputs
Encoder 0 to 200 kHz quadrature (optional)
Analog -10 to +10 VDC, 8 bit resolution (optional)
OUTPUTS
Type 4 general purpose TTL outputs (5 VDC max.), 16
ma maximum current, (optional 5-24 VDC optical
isolation available, 35 ma maximum current)

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Certifications: (DM-224 only)

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NOTE
Proper wiring practices; twisted pairs, shielding and ground
techniques should be observed.
Shielded cables must be used on all I/O ports to ensure
compliance with EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.

The CA-F10-2 and CA-F24-2 are not shielded and must


NOT be used in applications requiring compliance with
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.

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NOTE
Proper wiring practices; twisted pairs, shielding and ground
techniques should be observed.
Shielded cables must be used on all I/O ports to ensure
compliance with EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.

The CA-F10-2 and CA-F24-2 are not shielded and must


NOT be used in applications requiring compliance with
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.

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DM-2205i Specifications
DRIVE TYPE Two (2) phase, bipolar, constant current.
RESOLUTIONS 12,800 steps/rev, auto-switches into two-phase, full-
step mode at a software programmable velocity
POWER
Drive +24 to +74 VDC, unregulated 10% ripple
Output Hardware setting, 0.16 to 5.0 amps
PROTECTION
Short Circuit Phase-to-phase, phase-to-ground
Over Temperature 65°C (nominal)
Low Power Mode Software selectable; 0, 33, 66 or 100%
ENVIRONMENTAL
Temperature Ambient 0°C to 50°C, storage -40°C to 85°C
Humidity 0 to 95%, non-condensing
OPERATIONAL
Acceleration Linear ramp with velocity streaming
Step Accuracy ± 0 steps
Position Range ± 2.1 billion
Speed Range 0 to 50 RPS (3000 rpm) with 200 step/rev motors
0 to 100 RPS (6000 rpm) with 100 step/rev motors
Sequence Storage Flash RAM, 255 sequences, 4 k bytes
COMMUNICATIONS
Type RS-232C, RS422 / RS-485 terminated and
unterminated
Baud Rate 19200
Format 8 data bits; 1 stop bit; no parity
Multi-Axis 32 units, switch selectable (Axis ID)
INPUTS
Type 7 general purpose inputs TTL (5 VDC Max),
(optional 5-24 VDC optical isolation available)
Typical input response time of 1 ms
Active State HIGH or LOW, software programmable
Limits Software programmable, must use general purpose
inputs
Encoder 0 to 200 kHz quadrature (optional)
Analog -10 to +10 VDC, 8 bit resolution (optional)
OUTPUTS
Type 4 general purpose TTL outputs (5 VDC max.), 16
ma maximum current, (optional 5-24 VDC optical
isolation available, 35 ma maximum current)

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Certifications: (DM-2205 NONE)

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