Functional Safety Seminar – an Introduction based on Requirement for Automation Drives

Functional safety is increasingly requested for drives. Safe Torque Off (STO) is now standard on many frequency inverters and servo drives. Safe motion and safety related field buses are an increasing demand. The technical basics of functional safety are explained in this seminar. This seminar is intended for designers and engineers involved in frequency inverter and servo drive design for automation. It assumes a working knowledge of electrical engineering basics and a familiarity with inverter design principles.

Lecture: implementation of a robust communication in motor feedback systems

The BiSS Association e.V. will present the lecture at the Praxisforum Elektrische Antriebstechnik in Würzburg, Germany.

Implementation of a robust communication in the motor feedback system with control, sensors, motor as a source of interference, cabling, less plug connectors.

It considers the industrial communication with the focus on the electric drive technology. The requirements of this communication and the current and current implementations as well as details, problems and possible solutions are considered. Here, the physics and mathematics of data transmission is used to compensate in particular the disturbances and inadequacies of the real world. Like any commercial solution, the costs and benefits must be taken into account. In addition, the topics standardization and feasibility are relevant.

The aim is to be able to evaluate the robustness of a communication with the framework conditions and solutions.
Tuesday, March 26, 2019 11:20 CET.
Speaker: Marko Hepp | BiSS Association e.V.

Praxisforum Antriebstechnik 2019

The lecture will be held in german language.

Miniature drives with BiSS

The brushless DC miniature and microdrives from FAULHABER use small absolute AESM encoder with BiSS interface for a robust and future-proof standard.
The AESM series absolute encoders from FAULHABER are very compact and fit even on miniaturised, brushless DC drives with a diameter of just 8 mm.