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1 SERCOS – Motion, Safety and I/O SERCOS Seminar Atlanta / September 16, 2009

2 Introduction to SERCOS SERCOS Seminar Atlanta September 16, 2009 Peter Lutz, Managing Director SERCOS International e.V.

3 No. 3(c) SERCOS International 2009 SERCOS interface History 1985: Working Group by VDW (Association of German Machine Tool Builders) and ZVEI (Association of Electrotechnical Industry) releases an updated version of the analogue +/- 10V interface and initiates the definition of a digital drive interface for machine tools (Working Group Digital Drive Interface) 1989: SERCOS interface having its premiere at EMO in Hannover / Germany 1990: Foundation of SERCOS Organization (today: SERCOS International) Original members: ABB, AEG, AMK, Bosch, Indramat, Siemens

4 No. 4(c) SERCOS International 2009 SERCOS International Founded in 1990 Central Office located in Suessen close to Stuttgart/Germany Regional Organizations in North America and Japan (China in preparation) Offices in North America, Japan and China ~80 member companies worldwide SERCOS International Board of Directors: Dr. Bernd-Josef Schäfer, Bosch Rexroth AG (Chairman) Fred Cohn, Schneider Electric Ralf Prechtel, LTi Drives GmbH Prof. Alexander Verl, ISW/University of Stuttgart

5 No. 5(c) SERCOS International 2009 Organizational Structure SERCOS International SERCOS Steering Committee (SSC) Testing & Certification Laboratory TWG Drive TWG Comm. / Hardware TWG NRT TWG SCI + PG FDT TWG Safety TWG IO TWG Encoder Board of Directors / Management Task Force(s) Technical Working Groups SERCOS Webdav / SERCOS Wiki TWG Installation TWG SNA TWG GDP

6 No. 6(c) SERCOS International 2009 SERCOS I/II – Highlights Transmission Rate up to 16 Mbit/s Cycle time down to 62,5 µs Sub-microsecond synchronization Noise-free optical transmission

7 No. 7(c) SERCOS International 2009 Drive buses vs. Field buses Cost Driven Performance Driven NC/MC Driven PLC Driven Motion Networks (drive buses) I/O Networks (field buses)

8 No. 8(c) SERCOS International 2009 Synchronization with SERCOS Machines with master drive and mechanical synchronization elements Machines with decentralized drives synchronized via motion networks Mechanical line shafts and gears Electronical line shafts and gears Sub-microsecond synchronization

9 No. 9(c) SERCOS International 2009 SERCOS interface Installed base 2 Million Real-Time nodes in November 2007 More than 50 control suppliers, more than 30 drive suppliers, ~6 I/O device manufacturers

10 No. 10(c) SERCOS International 2009 SERCOS I/II Device Manufacturers 3SElauManz AutomationABBHitachi ABBElexaMDSIACDIIS ACDESA/GVMEIAMKKEB AMKFagor AutomationOptronicBaumüllerKollmorgen Servotronics andronFidiaOSAIBeckhoffLinmot AutomataFöhrenbachPertexBerger LahrLTi DRiVES Automation Int.Giddings & LewisPhoenix ContactBosch RexrothMetronix BaumüllerHitachiPower AutomationDanaher MotionPanasonic BeckhoffHomagProcomDLRParker Hannifin Bosch RexrothIBH AutomationRockwell AutomationECSPertex BWO ElektronikIISRSIElauRockwell Automation Cincinnati MachineISGSanyo DenkiESR PollmeierSamsung Cranfield PrecisionISMSchleicherEtelSanyo Denki Danaher MotionKATSchneider AutomationFagor AutomationSieb & Meyer D.ElectronKEBASieb & MeyerFestoStögra EckelmannKW-SoftwareSoftPLCFöhrenbachYaskawa ECSLachmann & RinkTriomotion ControlsDrives I/O devices Backup

11 No. 11(c) SERCOS International 2009 Existing SERCOS – Selected Applications Printing Machines Packaging Machines Wood working High-speed Free-form MillingCamshaft Grinding Gear Grinding

12 No. 12(c) SERCOS International 2009 Milestones IEC Standardization 1995: IEC Standard IEC (Ed. 1.0) 1999: EN Standard IEC (Ed. 1.0) 2002: IEC Standard IEC (Ed. 2.0) 2007: IEC Standard IEC Ed 1.0 (SERCOS Drive Profile) IEC Standard IEC Ed 2.0 and IEC Standards (Fieldbus Profiles, SERCOS I/II) IEC Standard IEC Ed 1.0 and IEC Standards (Real-Time Ethernet Profiles, SERCOS III) IEC Standard IEC Ed 1.0 (Safety buses, CIP Safety)

13 No. 13(c) SERCOS International 2009 SERCOS III Conformizer Conformizer for SERCOS III developed by ISW (University of Stuttgart) Commercialization by SERCOS International Use as official certification tool in testing laboratory Use as test and development tool by companies Windows Master driver Slave Conformizer Windows Slave Driver Master Conformizer Universität Stuttgart

14 No. 14(c) SERCOS International 2009 Packaging Profile for SERCOS

15 No. 15(c) SERCOS International 2009 SERCOS III : Next Evolution Step for SERCOS Decision of SERCOS members in 2003: SERCOS III = SERCOS + Ethernet Innovation by Combining SERCOS and Ethernet Utilization of Standard Ethernet as Motion Network Re-use of well-defined and proven SERCOS mechanisms : Time-slot protocol for collision avoidance Hardware synchronization Protocol in the real-time channel Motion control profile

16 No. 16(c) SERCOS International 2009 Master SERCOS goes Ethernet Master Fiber Optic Ring (unidirectional) Baudrate up to 16 Mbit/s Full-Duplex Ethernet (bidirectional), Fiber optic or Copper Wire Baudrate 100 Mbit/s SERCOS IISERCOS III

17 No. 17(c) SERCOS International 2009 SERCOS III – New Features (1) Master Standard Ethernet Frames Fast Ethernet (Full-Duplex) Line Topology Ring Topology Baudrate : 100 Mbit/s Cyclic Real-time Data Exchange Cycle time : 31,25 µs … 65 ms CAT5e

18 No. 18(c) SERCOS International 2009 SERCOS III – New Features (2) Master Redundancy, e.g. in case of Cable break Hot plugging of devices Baudrate : 100 Mbit/s Cycle time : 31,25 µs … 65 ms Hot plug device

19 No. 19(c) SERCOS International 2009 SERCOS III – New Features (3) Master Direct Cross Comm. between Slaves Integration of Standard Ethernet nodes Baudrate : 100 Mbit/s Cycle time : 31,25 µs … 65 ms

20 No. 20(c) SERCOS International 2009 SERCOS III – New Features (4) C2C CC Master 1 Master 2 Slave Master Slave Master Controller-to-Controller Communication (C2C) and Cross Communication (CC)


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