TLC638 NF - Twin Line Controller - BERGER LAHR
This BERGER LAHR drive, reference TLC638 NF is a drive for synchronous ac servomotors. It belongs to the TWIN LINE range.
IP20 controller without integrated current filter. 16A, 8kW, 230/480 Volts, 3 phases.
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The controller is a component of the Twin Line unit range for control of stepper motors and AC servomotors.
The controller with integrated con- troller and power circuit operates as a standalone power amplifier or in the field bus interconnection. It can control positioning on an AC syn- chronous servomotor and carry out positioning operations on its own.
The controller is available in four power levels with similar case design. Electrical connections and functional scope are identical for all four units.
The controller is available in two types with identical functions:
• IP20 variant, in degree of protection IP20, for use in a switch cabi- net
• IP54 variant, in degree of protection IP54 (category 2 under EN 60529), for use without switch cabinet near the motor.
The Twin Line TLC 63 servodrives are motion controllers which can be programmed in languages compliant with standard IEC 61131-3 for the control of:
- The built-in position controller.
- Local or field bus discrete inputs/outputs.
Applications are developed using the TLA PS PB programming software.
Twin Line TLC 63 servodrives enable simultaneous motion control of a motor and application inputs/outputs. The inputs/outputs are processed cyclically at the same time as axis motion. The motion profiles can be freely defined and their execution synchronized with external events.
The following programming languages are available:
LD : ladder language
FBD : functional block diagram
IL : instruction list
ST : structured text
SFC : sequential function chart, Grafcet language
CFC : continuous function chart
The CANopen/DeviceNet communication module can be used for:
- Communication management between several TLC 63 servodrives.
- Control and command of TLC 43/53 servodrives with CANopen/DeviceNet communication.
- The display and modification of internal parameters using an operator interface.
- The control of discrete or analog remote inputs/outputs on the field bus.
Berger Lahr's first products are measuring instruments, later on controllers and relays. In 1972, Berger Lahr developed the first 5-phase stepper motor in the world and in 1993 the first 3-phase stepper motor in the world. Today, Berger Lahr is a manufacturer of high quality servo drives and servo motors. In 2008, a total of 500 employees worked in the development and production of motion products in Lahr (Germany).
In 2000, Berger Lahr became a Schneider Electric company. In 2008, Berger Lahr changed its name to Schneider Electric Motion Deutschland and integrated its products and services into the Schneider Electric Automation and Control offering.