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XMP-Analog Controllers:
   Hardware and Electrical Requirements

Below is shown a table of basic host computer electrical requirements for XMP controllers. XMP voltage and current specifications.

XMP voltage and current specifications

Controller

Voltage 1

Current 2
(Typ. amps)

Current
(Max. amps)

XMP-PCI (analog)

+5 VDC ▒ 5%

1.70 (main)
1.20 (expansion)

3.20 (main)
2.20 (expansion)

+12 VDC ▒ 10%

0.03 (main)
0.01 (expansion)

0.05 (main)
0.01 (expansion)

-12 VDC ▒ 10%

0.01 (main)
0.01 (expansion)

0.01 (main)
0.01 (expansion)

SIM4 Module on XMP-PCI

+5 VDC ▒ 5%

0.18

0.40

+12 VDC ▒ 10%

0.01

0.01

-12 VDC ▒ 10%

0.03

0.05

XMP-CPCI-6U (analog)

+3.3 VDC ▒ 10%

0.90 (main)
0.70 (expansion)

1.40 (main)
1.00 (expansion)

+5 VDC ▒ 5%

0.90 (main)
0.90 (expansion)

1.90 (main)
1.90 (expansion)

+12 VDC ▒ 10%

0.03 (main)
0.01 (expansion)

0.05 (main)
0.01 (expansion)

-12 VDC ▒ 10%

0.01 (main)
0.01 (expansion)

0.01 (main)
0.01 (expansion)

SIM4 Module on XMP-CPCI

+3.3 VDC ▒ 10%

0.08

0.20

+5 VDC ▒ 5%

0.12

0.20

+12 VDC ▒ 10%

0.01

0.01

-12 VDC ▒ 10%

0.03

0.05

XMP-SERCOS-CPCI-6U

+3.3 VDC ▒ 10%

0.50

0.75

+5 VDC ▒ 5%

0.50

0.75

     
     

XMP-CPCI-3U (analog)

+3.3 VDC ▒ 10%

0.50

0.90

+5 VDC ▒ 5%

0.45

1.15

XMP-SERCOS-PMC

+3.3 VDC ▒ 10%

0.375

0.50

+5 VDC ▒ 5%

0.375

0.50

XMP-SERCOS-PCI-S2

+5 VDC ▒ 5%

0.60

1.00


1. Controller voltage required at computer or card cage.

2. Installed SIM4 modules and encoders also contribute to current demands.

Using the XMP controller to power encoders?

Then make sure that voltage drops in your cabling are NOT a problem. If voltage drops are a problem, power the encoders using an external supply. For every 100 mA of current drawn, the 5V_OUT voltage may drop 0.2 volts or more (due to cable resistance). For example, if two encoders each draw 150 mA, then 5V_OUT may drop to 4.4 volt at the encoders. This could cause your encoder to fail!

 

SERCOS Drives

SERCOS is a standardized industrial format utilizing fiber-optic technology. The optical power demands of drives vary widely, depending upon the drive itself, length of cables, etc. For more information regarding SERCOS motion drive power demands, please see your drive's manufacturer.

 

XMP-analog Controllers

XMP-analog systems rely upon traditional copper wiring to pass analog signals between the drive and controller. Two voltages are available for opto-inputs on XMP controllers: 5VDC and 24VDC. To determine whether your controller supports 5V or 24V, look for a sticker on the XMP circuit board. The sticker will say either "5V" or "24V."

For more detailed information regarding configuration of analog I/O click here. Specifications for transceiver components used in the XMP-Analog controller's I/O are provided in tables below.

RS422 receiver.

Description

Specification

Input High Threshold

VDIFF > 0.2V

Input Low Threshold

VDIFF < -0.2V

Input Current

IIN < 1.0mA @ VIN = 12V
IIN < -0.8mA @ VIN = -7V

NOTE: In addition, encoder inputs have 100 differential termination.

Propagation Delay

Tp < 200 ns

Absolute Maximums 1

ESD Protection ▒ 15kV
-8V < VIN < +12.8V (input to GND)

 

RS422 transmitter

Description

Specification

Differential Output
Voltage

VDIFF < 5V @ I = 0mA
VDIFF > 2V @ I = 20mA

Common Mode
Output Voltage

VOUT (common mode) < 3V (100 load)

Propagation Delay

Tp < 60ns

Absolute Maximums 2

IOUT < 50mA

 

Dedicated opto-inputs

Description

Specification

Active Input Guaranteed

IIN > 2mA
5V input (820 current limit resistor):
VIN < 3V @ IIN = 2mA
24V input (6.8k current limit resistor):
VIN < 15V @ IIN = 2mA

Inactive Input Guaranteed

VIN < 0.1mA

Propagation Delay

Tp < 20Ás

Absolute Maximums 3

5V input (820 current limit resistor):
VIN < 10V
VIN < 10mA
24V input (6.8k current limit resistor):
VIN < 30V
VIN < 5mA
VISOLATION < 40V

 

Dedicated opto-outputs

Description

Specification

Active Output Guaranteed

VOUT < 0.3V @ IOUT < 2mA
VOUT < 1.1V @ IOUT < 10mA

Inactive Output Guaranteed

IOUT < 0.01mA

Propagation Delay

Tp < 100Ás (load < 10 k)

Absolute Maximums 4

IOUT < 50mA
VOUT < 30V
IREVERSE < 100mA @ VREVERSE 0.4V (protection diode)
VISOLATION < 40V

 

Bi-directional opto-inputs

Description

Specification

Active Input Guaranteed

IIN > 2mA

Input Voltage Threshold

VIN < 1.7V @ IIN = 2mA

Inactive Input Guaranteed

IIN < 0.1mA

Propagation Delay

Tp < 20Ás

Absolute Maximums 5

IIN < 50mA
IREVERSE < 30V
VISOLATION < 40V

 

Bi-directional opto-outputs

Description

Specification

Active Output Guaranteed

VOUT < 0.3V @ IOUT < 2mA
VOUT < 1.1V @ IOUT < 10mA

Inactive Output Guaranteed

IOUT < 0.01mA

Propagation Delay

Tp < 100Ás (load < 10 k)

Absolute Maximums 6

IOUT < 50mA
VOUT < 30V
IREVERSE < 50mA @ VREVERSE 1.7V (input circuit)
VISOLATION < 40V

 


1. Exceeding absolute maximums may damage components.
2. Exceeding absolute maximums may damage components.
3. Exceeding absolute maximums may damage components.
4. Exceeding absolute maximums may damage components.
5. Exceeding absolute maximums may damage components.
6. Exceeding absolute maximums may damage components.






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