The specialist for standard positioning applications
The SINAMICS S110 positioning drive with its built-in basic positioning system is ideal when you need to position machines axes simply, quickly and accurately.
While the positioning drive relieves the higher-level machine control system of this task, this flexible converter actually offers much more. As an alternative to a basic positioning system, the positioning drive can be assigned set values as a speed axis using analog input or a field bus interface, such as PROFIBUS, CAN, PROFINET.
Additionally, the positioning drive can control a wide range of built-in safety functions with on-board safety terminals without intricate additional circuits. As a modular single-axis drive with servo functionality, the positioning drive covers a power range from 120 W (1 AC 230 V) to 90 kW (3 AC 400 V). It can be used to position both synchronous servomotors and induction motors.
Easy positioning with synchronous motors and induction motors
Built-in safety functions
Easy commissioning with electronic type plate in DRIVE CLiQ motors and STARTER
Automatic controller optimization with auto-tuning
Easy connection to higher-level PLCs using standard communication modules and Totally Integrated Automation (TIA)
Feed and withdrawal equipment
Automatic assembly machines
Tracking equipment, e.g. for solar panels
Healthcare, e.g. patient beds
Voltage and performance range:
0,12 - 0,75 kW at 1AC 200...240 V 0,37 - 90 kW at 3AC 380...480 V
Open-loop control / closed-loop control:
Servo control (speed, position)
What safety category are the drive safety functions rated to?
SIL2, Cat.3/PL d
How can I test and document the safety configuration?
By using a a script, the Safety Acceptance Test and associated documents can be efficiently executed/recorded. The latest script is available at:
What could be causing a return value of 8090 for DPRD_DAT/DPWR_DAT?
The hardware ID may be incorrect on the LADDR input. The required ID is the one used by the telegram - not the ID of the drive. For Startdrive, this can be found in the device view by going to Properties > General > Telegram configuration > [device name] > Start address. For drives not configured with Startdive, this can be found in the device view byhighlighting the row of the telemgra in Device overview, then navigate to Properties > General > Hardware identifier.
I have a flashing green COM light on my Control Unit. What does this mean?
Communication from a master device is partially or yet to be fully established. Therefore, cyclic communication is not possible.
How can I review the previous alarms that are not currently active on a drive?
Go to “Drive” -> ”Diagnostics” -> ”Alarms history”