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At Lenze, we have embraced the issue of safety engineering with drive-based safety. It is the moving parts of a machine that pose a risk to operating and maintenance personnel. Staff must be protected from these risks at all times. The most effective approach is to intervene at the place in the machine where the dangerous movement occurs - in other words, directly in the controller. We call functional safety in the controller "Drive-based Safety" - the focus is on ensuring that people remain unharmed.
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Safety functions are integrated in the drive and implemented on separate, pluggable modules. The safety modules are available in different grades, thereby providing tailor-made scalability. We have the right module, whatever the requirements of the customer-specific application. This modularity means that the system is open to subsequent developments and you can be confident that your installation is ready to meet the challenges of the future.
Since the safety functions integrated in the drives have already been certified, this greatly simplifies the process of having the entire machine approved by a certification body (e. g. TÜV or an Employer's Liability Insurance Association in Germany). The safety modules are already certified in accordance with EN ISO 13849-1 (successor standard of EN 954-1) and achieve the highest performance level PL e.
Safe, two-channel inputs are provided for the safety sensor technology to integrate Drive-based Safety into your machine's safety chain. A higher-level PLC that processes both standard and safety logic is connected via bus systems that can transfer safe and non-safe data to a physical bus system simultaneously - such as PROFIsafe.
The modular design of the 9400 Servo Drives allows for later extensions. For example, a safety module with additional safety functions can be connected to the controller simply by clicking it in. The required safety function can be easily parameterised in the controller's engineering environment.
Since fieldbus communication also takes the form of pluggable modules, this allows flexible response to developments in the safety fieldbus systems in the market. Today PROFIsafe is used, but tomorrow it could be EtherCAT Safety or EtherNet/IP Safety.
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The Mechatronic Brake System makes it possible to set the braking torque of spring-applied brakes precisely with an "electronic brake pedal". Spring-applied brakes are used as modular components in electrical drives to decelerate or bring masses to a defined stop - even in the event of the loss of the power supply. Spring applied brakes are generally used as "on or off brakes", whereby the availability of the power supply
A Magnetic Field is produced. To transmit the torque from the external to the internal rotor made of special alloy and highly abrasion resistant iron particles are inserted into the gap between the rotors. Depending on the electromagnetic field, these fine iron particles build magnetic chains and thus transmit the torque. The power of the field determines the stability of the particle chains and also the transmittable