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IOLINK - Steppermotor Servomotor


 
Connect multiple JVL Drives to an existing Ethernet based network ?
 
Save between 10-15% in the investment costs when integrating JVL drives by using IO-Link instead of an traditional Ethernet based control network.
 
In 90% of the applications where JVL drives are used, the specific axis is used as a setup axis, only requiring a minimal of bandwith and no hard timing requirement.
 
By using IO-Link and the new JVL IO-Link gateway a JVL drive (servo or stepper) can be controlled directly from the PLC through an IO-Link Master.
 
This Master usually connects directly to the PLC via the Ethernetbus.
 
Even though the IO-Link based JVL control never was intended to be used in hard timing restrained application, reaction times an be very low.
 
For the MIS motors an added bonus, up to 5 motors can be connected to one IO-Link channel by utilizing multidrop topology on an internal JVL bus, running between the motors.
 
All normal motion functions can be controlled through the IO-Link channel.
 
For the Rockwell environment AOI’s are supported.
 
The JVL gateway is placed inside a rugged metal tube.
 
2 Leds indicates the current Link status.
 
The metal gateway screws directly into one of the IO-connectors on the motor and an IO-Link cable is connected to the other end, that goes directly into the IO-Link master.
 
The JVL Gateway is delivered with either 8, 12 or 17Pin connector depending on the type of JVL drive used.
 
For the MAC servo motor range an MAC00-B4 module is required for each motor. Observe that these drives requires one IO-Link channel per. Drive.
 
For the MIS Servo stepper series, the Gateway tube connects directly to the 17Pin connector.
 
 
 
1:1 Topology Rockwell example, One motor, one IO-Link channel:
1:1 Point to Point IO-Link Parts numbers used:
 
Rockwell IO-Link master: Armorblock 1732E-8IOLM12R
 
JVL IO-Link gateway metal tube:
MAC module
IOLINK item number
MAC00-B4 8pin
WI1425M12M5TM8T501
MAC00-B41 12pin WI1425M12M5TM12T501
MAC00-Ex41 17pin WI1425M12M5TM17T201
MISxx_MILxx_SMC66/85
Point to point. Only xQ5x
17pin WI1425M12M5TM17T201
 
MISxx_MILxx_SMC66/85 with 17pin connector with RS422
 
IO-Link cable 3 m: WI1000-M12M4TF4T03N
 
IO-Link cable 5 m: WI1000-M12M4TF4T05N
 
1:N Topology Rockwell example, 1-5 MIS motors per IO-Link Multidrop channel OBS! Only Q9 type MIS motors supported:
1:N multidrop IO-Link Parts numbers used:
 
Rockwell IO-Link master: Armorblock 1732E-8IOLM12R
 
JVL IO-Link gateway metal tube: WI1425M12M5TM17T201
 
MAC/MIS/MILxxx, with 17pin connector and 8pin connector running RS422
 
IO-Link cable 3 m: WI1000-M12M4TF4T03N
 
IO-Link cable 5 m: WI1000-M12M4TF4T05N
 
RS422 COM cable between motors(1-20 m):
1 m: WI1012-M12F8TM17T01T
5 m: WI1012-M12F8TM17T05T
 
MISxx_MILxx_SMC66/85
Multidrop Only Q9
17pin/8pin WI1425M12M5TM17T201+WI1012xx cables
 
 
 
 
 
 


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