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General technical data Part 5
Modular Technology

Basic versions

The range of potential applications for the 1LA and 1LG motors can be broadened considerably by mounting the following modules (e.g. the motors can be used as brake motors).

  • 1XP8001 rotary pulse encoder, frame sizes 71M to 315L
  • Separately driven fan, frame sizes 100L to 315L
  • Brake, frame sizes 63 to 315L

The brake must always be mounted in the factory for safety reasons. The rotary pulse encoder and/or the separately driven fan can also be retrofitted.

The degree of protection of the motors with modular technology is IP55. Higher degrees of protection on request.

When a rotary pulse encoder, brake or separately driven fan is mounted, the length of the motor increases by D I. For an explanation of the additional dimensions and weights, see Modular technology, Dimensions and weights.

1XP8001 rotary pulse encoder

1XP8001 rotary pulse encoder

The rotary pulse encoder can be supplied already mounted in an HTL version as1XP8001-1 with order codeH57 or in a TTL version as1XP8001-2 with order codeH58. The rotary pulse encoder can only be mounted on a standard non-drive end (NDE), i.e. a second shaft extension or protective cover cannot be supplied.

It can also be ordered separately and retrofitted (please enquire beforehand), Order No.1XP8001-1 or1XP8001-2 (see the section Standard motors, Accessories and spare parts).

The 1XP8 001 rotary pulse encoder is suitable for standard applications. For further encoders, see Special technology from Page /.

All 1LA5, 1LA6 and 1LA7 motors with frame sizes 100L to 225M that are listed in the catalogue are prepared for fitting a rotary encoder on the non-drive end (NDE) with an M8 centre hole, form DR.

All 1LG4 and 1LG6 motors that are listed in the catalogue have an M16 centre hole, form DS on the non-drive end (NDE). When a rotary pulse encoder is mounted, the length of the motor increases by DI. For an explanation of the additional dimensions and weights, see Modular technology, Dimensions and weights.

The rotary pulse encoders of Modular technology and Special technology are fitted as standard with a protective cover made of plastic. A protective cover made of non-corrosive sheet steel is available for 1LA5, 1LA6 and 1LA7 motors, see Mechanical protection for encoders, order codeM68, under Special technology.

Mounting dimensions of 1XP8 001 rotary pulse encoder

Technical data of rotary pulse encoders

Supply voltageUB

1XP8 001-1 (HTLversion)
+10V to +30V

1XP8 001-2 (TTLversion)
5V 10%

Current input without load

200mA

150mA

Maximum load current per output

max. 100mA

max. 20mA

Pulses per revolution

1024

1024

Outputs

2 square-wave pulses A, B 2 inverted square-wave pulses A, B
Zero pulse and inverted zero pulse

Pulse offset between the two outputs

90 20%

90 20%

Output amplitude

U High >UB 3,5V
ULow <3V

U High >2,5V
ULow <0,5V

Minimum edge interval

0,8?s at 160kHz

0,45?s at 300kHz

Edge steepness
(without load or cable)

t +,t 200ns

t +,t 100ns

Maximum frequency

160kHz

300kHz

Maximum speed

9000rpm

12000rpm

Temperature range

20 to +80C

20 to +100C

Degree of protection

IP66

IP66

Maximum radial cantilever force

60N

60N

Maximum axial force

40N

40N

Termination system

12-pin connector (mating connector is supplied)

Certification

CSA, UL

CSA, UL

Weight

0,3kg

0,3kg


Seprately driven fan

The use of a separately driven fan is recommended to increase motor utilisation at low speeds and to limit noise generation at speeds significantly higher than the synchronous speed. Both of these results can only be achieved with converter-fed operation. Please enquire about traction and vibratory operation.

The separately driven fan can be supplied already fitted, order codeG17.

It can also be ordered separately and retrofitted. For selection information and order numbers, see the section Standard motors, Accessories and spare parts). A rating plate listing all the important data is fitted to the separately driven fan. The supply voltage of the 1PP9 motors with mounted separately driven fan is adapted to the voltage of the 1LG motor for voltages outside the rated voltage range. Please note the direction of rotation of the separately driven fan (axial-flow fan) when connecting it. Ambient temperature ATmax. 50C, please enquire for higher ambient temperatures.

When a separately driven fan is mounted, the length of the motor increases by D I. For an explanation of the additional dimensions and weights, see Modular technology, Dimensions and weights.

Technicaldataof theseparately driven fan

Frame size

Rated voltage range

Frequency

Rated speed

Power consumption

Rated current

V

Hz

rpm

kW

A

100

1 AC

200to277

50

2790

0,070

0,25

3 AC

200to290?

50

2830

0,086

0,267

3 AC

346to500Y

50

2830

0,083

0,156

1 AC

200to277

60

3280

0,088

0,25

3 AC

200to332?

60

3490

0,093

0,271

3 AC

346to575Y

60

3490

0,093

0,157

112

1 AC

200to277

50

2720

0,073

0,26

3 AC

200to290?

50

2770

0,085

0,269

3 AC

346to500Y

50

2770

0,082

0,151

1 AC

200to277

60

3000

0,107

0,31

3 AC

200to332?

60

3280

0,094

0,273

3 AC

346to575Y

60

3280

0,094

0,158

132

1 AC

200to277

50

2860

0,115

0,39

3 AC

200to290?

50

2880

0,130

0,442

3 AC

346to500Y

50

2880

0,138

0,24

1 AC

200to277

60

3380

0,185

0,52

3 AC

200to332?

60

3470

0,148

0,407

3 AC

346to575Y

60

3470

0,148

0,235

160to2251)

1 AC

200to277

50

2780

0,225

0,84

3 AC

200to290?

50

2840

0,218

0,713

3 AC

346to500Y

50

2830

0,220

0,401

3 AC

200to332?

60

3400

0,280

0,798

3 AC

346to575Y

60

3400

0,280

0,461

250Mto280M

3 AC

220to240?

50

2720

0,450

2,00

3 AC

380to420Y

50

2720

0,450

1,15

3 AC

440to480Y

60

3320

0,520

1,05

315

2-pole

3 AC

220to240?

50

2750

0,650

2,85

3 AC

380to420Y

50

2750

0,650

1,64

3 AC

440to480Y

60

3365

0,750

1,60

315

4,6,8-pole

3 AC

220to240?

50

2720

0,450

2,00

3 AC

380to420Y

50

2720

0,450

1,15

3 AC

440to480Y

60

3320

0,520

1,05


1) Separately driven fans with order numbers1PP.... are used for 1LG motors of frame size 225 and above. The values for frame sizes 250 M to 280 M are then applicable.

Mounting of separately driven fan and rotary pulse encoder with separately driven fan for 1LA5, 1LA6, 1LA7 and 1LG motors

Version

Frame size

Number of poles

Order No.

Separately driven fanincl. mounting parts1)

100

all

2CW2 180-8RF54-1AB0

112

all

2CW2 210-8RF54-1AB1

132

all

2CW2 250-8RF54-1AB2

160

all

2CW2 300-8RF54-1AB3

180

all

2CW2 300-8RF54-1AB4

200

all

2CW2 300-8RF54-1AB5

2252)

all

2CW2 300-8RF54-1AB6

250

all

1PP9 063-2LA12-Z A11+K503)

280

all

1PP9 063-2LA12-Z A11+K503)

315

2

1PP9 070-2LA12-Z A11+K503)

315

4 to 8

1PP9 063-2LA12-Z A11+K503)

Separately driven fan and rotary pulse encoder1XP8 001incl. mounting parts1)

100

all

2CW2 180-8RF54-2AB0

112

all

2CW2 210-8RF54-2AB1

132

all

2CW2 250-8RF54-2AB2

160

all

2CW2 300-8RF54-2AB3

180

all

2CW2 300-8RF54-2AB4

200

all

2CW2 300-8RF54-2AB5

2252)

all

2CW2 300-8RF54-2AB6


1) The separately driven fan2CW2... comprises a complete fan unit with impeller, the separately driven fan1PP9... only comprises the fan motor without mounting components and impeller.

2) For 1LG motors with separately driven fan with Order No..1PP9063-2LA12-Z A11+K50 (weight 4.37kg)

3) For replacement purposes only.

Brakes

Spring-operated disk brakes are used for the brakes with order codeG26.Depending on the selected motor, braketypes 2LM8 or KFB are used. In the standard version, the brakes are supplied for connection to 230V with rectifier. The supply voltage for brakes is explained under Modular technology Additional versions.

For the design of each brake type, the braking time, run-on revolutions, braking energy per braking procedure as well as the service life of the brake linings, see Configuration of motors with brakes.

When a brake is mounted, the length of the motor increases
by D I. For an explanation of the additional dimensions and weights, see Modular technology, Dimensions and weights. When a brake is mounted on a 1LA7 motor, a larger connection box (GK 127) is used for frame sizes 63 to 90.

2LM8 spring-operated disk brake

This brake is mounted on 1LA5 and 1LA7 motors in the frame sizes 63 to 225 and on 1LG motors in the frame sizes 180 to 200 as standard.

The 2LM8 brake has IP55 degree of protection.

Please enquire if motors with brakes are to be operated below the freezing point or in very humid environments (e.g. close to the sea) with long standstill times.

Design and mode of operation

The brake takes the form of a single-disk brake with two friction surfaces.

The braking torque is generated by friction when pressure is applied by one or more pressure springs in the de-energized state. The brake is released electromagnetically.

When the motor brakes, the rotor which can be axially shifted on the hub or the shaft is pressed via the armature disk against the friction surface by means of the springs. In the braked state, there is a gap SGap between the armature disk and the solenoid component. To release the brake, the solenoid is energized with DC voltage. The resulting magnetic force pulls the armature disk against the spring force on to the solenoid component. The spring force is then no longer applied to the rotor which can rotate freely.

Design of the 2LM8 spring-operated disk brake

Rating plate
The motors have a second rating plate on the opposite side
to the motor rating plate. The brake data is indicated on this second rating plate

Operating values for spring-operated brakes with standard excitation

Service capability of the brake

For motor frame size

Brake type

Rated braking
torque at 100rpm

Rated braking torque in relation to rated braking torque at 100rpm in % for the following speeds

Voltage

Current/power input1)

Brake application timet22)

Brake release time

Brake moment of inertia

Noise level Lp with rated air gap

Lifetime of brake liningL

Air gap adjustment required after braking energyLN

1500 rpm

3000 rpm

Max. speed

Nm

%

%

%

V

A

W

ms

ms

kg m2

dB (A)

Nm106

Nm106

63

2LM8005-1NA10
2LM8005-1NA60
2LM8005-1NA80

5

87

80

65

AC230
AC400
DC24

0,1
0,11
0,83

20

25

56

0,000013

77

105

16

71

2LM8005-2NA10
2LM8005-2NA60
2LM8005-2NA80

5

87

80

65

AC230
AC400
DC24

0,1
0,11
0,83

20

25

56

0,000013

77

105

16

80

2LM8010-3NA10
2LM8010-3NA60
2LM8010-3NA80

10

85

78

65

AC230
AC400
DC24

0,12
0,14
1,04

25

26

70

0,000045

75

270

29

90

2LM8020-4NA10
2LM8020-4NA60
2LM8020-4NA80

20

83

76

66

AC230
AC400
DC24

0,15
0,17
1,25

32

37

90

0,00016

75

740

79

100

2LM8040-5NA10
2LM8040-5NA60
2LM8040-5NA80

40

81

74

66

AC230
AC400
DC24

0,2
0,22
1,67

40

43

140

0,00036

80

1350

115

112

2LM8060-6NA10
2LM8060-6NA60
2LM8060-6NA80

60

80

73

65

AC230
AC400
DC24

0,25
0,28
2,1

53

60

210

0,00063

77

1600

215

132

2LM8100-7NA10
2LM8100-7NA60
2LM8100-7NA80

100

79

72

65

AC230
AC400
DC24

0,27
0,31
2,3

55

50

270

0,0015

77

2450

325

160

2LM8260-8NA10
2LM8260-8NA60
2LM8260-8NA80

260

75

68

65

AC230
AC400
DC24

0,5
0,47
4,2

100

165

340

0,0073

79

7300

935

180

2LM8315-0NA10
2LM8315-0NA60
2LM8315-0NA80

315

75

68

65

AC230
AC400
DC24

0,5
0,56
4,2

100

152

410

0,0073

79

5500

470

200,225

2LM8400-0NA10
2LM8400-0NA60
2LM8400-0NA80

400

73

68

65

AC230
AC400
DC24

0,55
0,61
4,6

110

230

390

0,0200

93

9450

1260


1) For 400VAC and for 24VDC, the power can deviate by up to +10% as a function of the selected supply voltage.

2) The specified switching times are valid for switching on the DC side with a rated release travel and with the coil already warm. They are average values which may vary depending on factors such as the rectifier type and the release travel. The brake application time for switching on the AC side, for example, is approximately 6 times longer than for switching on the DC side.

Lifetime of the brake lining

The braking energyLN up to when the brake should be adjusted, depends on various factors. The main influencing factors include the masses to be braked, the operating speed, the operating frequency and therefore the temperature at the frictional surfaces. It is therefore not possible to specify a value for the friction energy until readjustment that is valid for all operating conditions.

The specific wear on the friction surfaces (colume of wear per unit of friction energy) is approximately 0.05 to 2cm3/kWh when the brake is used as a service brake.

Maximum speeds

The maximum speeds from which emergency stops can be made, are listed in the table. These speeds should be considered as recommended values and must be checked under actual operating conditions.

The maximum permissible friction energy depends on the operating frequency and is shown for the various brakes in the figure Maximum operating energy as a function of the operating frequency. Increased wear can be expected when the brakes are used for emergency stops.

Maximum speeds

Changing the braking torque

Readjusting the air gap

For motor frame size

Brake type

Max. operating rpm if max. operating energy utlised

Max. no-load rpm with emergency stop function

Reduction per notch

Dim. O1

Min. braking torque

Rated air gap
SGap Rated

Max. air gap SGap max.

Min. rotor thickness hmin.

Horizontal mounting

Vertical
mounting

rpm

rpm

rpm

Nm

mm

Nm

mm

mm

mm

63

2LM8005-1NA..

3000

6000

6000

0,17

7,0

3,7

0,2

0,4

4,5

71

2LM8005-2NA..

3000

6000

6000

0,17

7,0

3,7

0,2

0,4

4,5

80

2LM8010-3NA..

3000

6000

6000

0,35

8,0

7,0

0,2

0,45

5,5

90

2LM8020-4NA..

3000

6000

6000

0,76

7,5

18,2

0,2

0,55

7,5

100

2LM8040-5NA..

3000

6000

6000

1,29

12,5

21,3

0,3

0,65

8,0

112

2LM8060-6NA..

3000

6000

6000

1,66

11,0

32,8

0,3

0,75

7,5

132

2LM8100-7NA..

3000

5300

5000

1,55

13,0

61,1

0,3

0,75

8,0

160

2LM8260-8NA..

1500

4400

3200

5,6

17,0

157,5

0,4

1,2

12,0

180

2LM8315-0NA..

1500

4400

3200

5,6

17,0

178,4

0,4

1,0

12,0

200,225

2LM8400-0NA..

1500

3000

3000

6,15

21,0

248,7

0,5

1,5

15,5


Changing the braking torque

The brake is supplied with the braking torque already set. For 2LM8 brakes, the torque can be reduced to the dimension O1 by unscrewing the adjusting ring with a hook spanner. The braking torque changes by the values shown in the above table for each notch of the adjusting ring.

Readjusting the air gap

Under normal operating conditions, the brake is practically maintenance-free. The air gap SGap must only be checked at regular intervals if the application requires an extremely large amount of frictional energy and readjusted to the rated
gap SGap Rated at the latest when the maximum air gap SGap max is reached.

KFB spring-operated brake

This brake is the standard brake for 1LG motors in frame sizes 225 to 315. For frame sizes 180 and 200, apart from the standard brake 2LM8, KFB brakes can also be supplied. Special brake selections are available on request.

KFB spring-operated brake

The KFB solenoid double-disk spring-operated brake is a safety brake which brakes the motor if the supply is disconnected (power failure, emergency stop). The KFB brake, IP65 degree of protection, is mainly used for electric motors for traversing, cross-traversing and lifting gear in cranes as well as for special industrial applications.

Design and mode of operation

When the brake current is switched on, an electromagnetic field develops which overcomes the spring force of the brake. The corresponding modules, including the motor shaft, can rotate freely. The brake is released. If the brake current is switched off or if there is a power failure, the electromagnetic field of the brake disappears. The mechanical braking energy is transferred to the motor shaft. The motor is braked.

Rating plate

The motors have a rating plate that indicates the brake data on the opposite side to the motor rating plate.

Other characteristics of the KFB brake

High IP65 degree of protection

Corrosion-resistant in seawater and in the tropics.

  • The brake is a dynamic brake, not simply a holding brake. For this reason there is less wear, especially in the case of emergency stops (commissioning).
  • High wear reserves repeated stepless air gap readjustment is possible. This results in extremely long operating times and low service and operating costs.
  • The function and wear can be monitored with microswitches and proximity switches. Microswitch On/Off is standard for LG motors. Anti-condensation heating is possible as an option.
  • Fully functional brake for enclosure acceptance test. Visual inspection of brake is possible during operation.
  • The brake (air gap) can be adjusted in the factory, for example, and mounted on the motor without further adjustments.

The wear parts can be replaced without great outlay. After the housing has been opened (three screws), it is easy to replace the friction plate. It is not necessary to disassemble the entire brake.

Overview of brake selection for 1LG motors

Formotor

Frame size

1801)

2001)

2252)

2502)

2802)

3152)

Number of poles

2to8

2to8

2to8

2to8

4to8

4to8

NDEbearing

6310C3

6312C3

6313C3

6215C3

6317C3

6319C3

Flange bearing platefor NDE brake mounting

A300

A350

A350

A400

A450

A550

Max. diameter for 2nd.shaft extension

48k6

55m6

55m6

48m6

65m6

70m6

Braketype

KFB25

KFB40

KFB40

KFB63

KFB100

KFB160

Braking torque

Nm

250

400

400

630

1000

1600

n maxIMB3

rpm

6000

5500

5500

4700

4000

3600

n maxIMV1

rpm

6000

5500

5500

4700

4000

3600

Output at 110VDC

W

158

196

196

220

307

344

Current at 230VAC (207V coil voltage)

A

0,77

0,91

0,91

1

1,53

1,64

Current at 400VAC (180V coil voltage)

A

0,8

1,18

1,18

1,25

1,8

2,1

Current at 110VDC

A

1,44

1,78

1,78

2

2,79

3,13

Current at 24VDC

A

5,21

6,92

9,62

8,17

12,2

12,8

Application timet2

ms

70

80

80

110

125

180

Release time

ms

240

250

250

340

370

500

Brake moment of inertia

Kgm2

0,0048

0,0068

0,0068

0,0175

0,036

0,050

Lifetime of brake liningL

Nm106

3600

3110

3110

4615

7375

10945

Air gap adjustment required after braking energyLN

Nm106

810

935

935

1185

2330

3485


1) The standard brake for frame sizes 180 and 200 is the 2LM8 brake.
KFB brake on request

2) The standard brake for frame sizes 225 to 315 is the KFB brake.

Configuration of motors with brakes

Braking time

The time it takes the motor to come to a standstill comprises two components:

a.)The application time of the brake t2

b.)The braking timetBr

tBr Braking time in s

J Total moment of inertia in kgm2

nRated Rated speed of the motor with brake in rpm

T B Rated braking torque in Nm

T L Average load torque in Nm (ifTL supports braking,
TL is positive)

Braking energy per braking operation Q max

The braking energy per braking operation in Nm comprises the energy of the moments of inertia to be brakedQKin and the energyQL, which must be applied in order to brake against a load torque.

Qmax=QKin+QL

a.)The energy of the moments of inertia in Nm

nRated Rated speed before braking in rpm

J Total moment of inertia in kgm2

b.) The braking energy in Nm against a load torque:

T Laverage load torque in Nm

T L is positive if it acts against the brake

T L is negative if it supports the brake

Run-on revolutions U

The number of run-on revolutionsU of the motor with brake can be calculated as follows:

t 2Brake application time in ms

Lifetime of the brake lining L and readjustment of the air gap

The brake lining wears due to friction which increases the air gap and the release time for the brake at standard excitation.

When the brake lining is worn out, it can be replaced easily.

In order to calculate the lifetime of the brake lining in terms of operationsSmax, then the lifetime of the brake liningL in Nm must be divided by the braking energyQmax:

The interval between adjustments N in can be calculated in terms of operations by dividing the braking energyLN which the brake can output until it is necessary to readjust the working air gap byQmax:

Additional versions

Depending on the selected motor, brake types 2LM8 or KFB are used.

2LM8 spring-operated disk brake

KFB spring-operated brake

Motor series

This brake is mounted on 1LA5 and 1LA7 motors in the frame sizes 63 to 225 and on 1LG motors in the frame sizes 180 to 200 as standard.

This brake is the standard brake for 1LG motors in frame sizes 225 to 315.

Voltage and frequency

The solenoids and the rectifiers of the brakes are designed for connection to the following voltages: 1AC50Hz 230V 10% or 1AC60Hz 230V 10%

When 60Hz is used, the voltage for the brake must not be increased!

The brake can also be supplied for other voltages:

Brake supply voltage: 24VDC Order codeC00

Brake supply voltage: 400VAC (directly at the terminal strip) Order codeC01

Brake supply voltage: 180V DC, for operation on MM411 ECOFAST (directly at the terminal strip) Order codeC02

Order codesC00,C01 andC02 may only be used in conjunction with order codeG26.

The solenoids and the rectifiers of the brakes are designed for connection to the following voltages: 1AC50Hz 230V 10%

When 60Hz is used, the voltage for the brake must not be increased!

The brake can also be supplied for other voltages:

Brake supply voltage: 24VDC Order codeC00

Brake supply voltage: 400VAC (directly at the terminal strip) Order codeC01

The codesC00 andC01 may only be used in conjunction with CodeG26.

Connections

Labeled terminals are provided in the main connection box of the motor to connect the brake.

The AC voltage for the brake excitation winding is connected to the two free terminals of the rectifier block (~).

The brake can be released when the motor is at a standstill by separately exciting the solenoid. In this case, an AC voltage must be connected at the rectifier block terminals. The brake remains released as long as this voltage is present.

The rectifier is protected against overvoltages by varistors in the input and output circuits.

For 24 V DC brakes, the brake terminals are directly connected to the DC voltage source.

See the circuit diagrams below.

The motors are equipped with an additional connection box on the side of the main connection box that is used specifically for connection of the brake.

KFB brakes are connected through a standard bridge or half-wave rectifier. See the circuit diagrams below.

A spcial circuit is not required. Optimal switching times are achieved without the need to use special circuits..

Fast brake application

If the brake is disconnected from the line supply, the brake is applied. The application time for the brake disk is delayed as a result of the inductance of the solenoid (shutdown on the AC side). This results in a considerable delay before the brake is mechanically applied. In order to achieve short brake application times, the circuit must be interrupted on the DC side. To realize this, the wire jumpers, located between contacts 1+ and 2+ at the rectifier are removed and replaced by the contact of an external switch (see circuit dia grams below).

For 1LG motors with a 2LM8 brake, Fast application of the brake is not pos sible in the standard version. Please contact your local Siemens office for advice.

Not available for the KFB brake.

Manual brake release with lever

The brakes can be supplied with a mechanical manual release with lever.

Order codeK82.

The dimensions of the brake lever depend on the motor frame size and can be read from the dimension drawing generator for motors in the SD configurator tool for low-voltage motors.

The brake can be released manually with screws as standard. Mechanical manual release with a lever can be ordered with Order codeK82.

The dimensions of the brake lever depend on the motor frame size and can be read from the dimension drawing generator for motors in the SD configurator tool for low-voltage motors.


Bridge rectifier / half-wave rectifier

Brakes are connected through a standard bridge or half-wave rectifier or directly to the 2LM8 or KFB brake. See the circuit diagrams below.

Half-wave rectifier 400VAC

Bridge rectifier, 230VAC

Brake connection for 24VDC

Combinations of basic versions

The following combinations of modular technology can be supplied by the factory when ordered using the predefined order codes:

Mounting of brake and 1XP8 001 rotary pulse encoder

The brake (order code G26) and the rotary pulse encoder
1XP8 001-1 HTL (order code H57) can be supplied already mounted in combination.
Order codeH62.

The brake (order code G26) and the rotary pulse encoder
1XP8 001-2 TTL (order code H58) can be supplied already mounted in combination.
Order codeH98.

Mounting of separately driven fan and 1XP8 001 rotary pulse encoder

The separately driven fan (order code G17) and the rotary pulse encoder 1XP8 001-1 HTL (order code H57) can be supplied already mounted in combination.
Order codeH61.

The separately driven fan (order code G17) and the rotary pulse encoder 1XP8 001-2 TTL (order code H58) can be supplied already mounted in combination.
Order codeH97.

Mounting of brake and separately-driven fan

The brake (order code G26) and separately driven fan (order code G17) can be supplied already mounted in combination.
Order codeH63.

Mounting of brake, separately driven fan and 1XP8 001 rotary pulse encoder

The brake (order code G26), the separately driven fan (order code G17) and the rotary pulse encoder 1XP8 001-1 HTL (order code H57) can be supplied already mounted in combination.
Order codeH64.

The brake (order code G26), the separately driven fan (order code G17) and the rotary pulse encoder 1XP8 001-2 TTL (order code H58) can be supplied already mounted in combination.
Order codeH99.

When a rotary pulse encoder, brake or separately driven fan is mounted, the length of the motor increases by ?I. For an explanation of the additional dimensions and weights, see Modular technology, Dimensions and weights.



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