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48 mm sq. contactless type
• Features
• Names and functions
Rated voltage
DVMB481L
DVMB481Y
DVMB48RL
DVMB48RY
DVMB48BL
DVMB48BY
Single-phase
100 VAC
Single-phase
200 VAC
Single-phase
100 VAC
Single-phase
200 VAC
Single-phase
100 VAC
Single-phase
200 VAC
Operating voltage
±10% at rated voltage
Power frequency
50/60 Hz
Applicable motor
Selection of
applicable motor
Reversible motor
Induction motor
Selectable from changeover switch
• 1 W to 25 W
• 40 W to 90 W
• LOW
Functional description
Indicates that the motor output shaft is rotating CW.
Name
CW lamp
1
For electromagnetic brake motor
2
CCWlamp
3
BRAKElamp
4
RUNlamp
5
BRAKE RELEASElamp
6
BRAKE TIME selector
7
BRAKE TORQUE selector
(selection of motor output)
Indicates that the motor output shaft is rotating CCW.
Indicates that the electric brake is being applied.
Indicates that the motor is operating.
Indicates that current is flowing through the electromagnetic brake.
(Brake is released as the electromagnetic brake is energized.)
Adjust the application time of electric brake according to inertia of the load.
Standard setting is 0.2 sec (recommended)
1 W to 25 W
40 W to 90 W
Low
For motor of 1 W to 25 W
For motor of 40 W to 90 W
To reduce impact during braking with motor of 1 W to 90 W
• Outline drawing
69.2(2.72)
5.5(0.22)
48 mm sq.
(1.89 inch sq.)
14.5(0.57)
Unit: mm (inch)
44.5 mm sq.
(1.75 inch sq.)
Part No.
For reversible motor
Index
Item
For induction motor
Options
• Specification
Brake Unit
• Maintenance-free
Unlike a relay control panel, wiring is not necessary.
Contactless configuration requires no maintenance.
• Various motor capacities can be selected.
Can support 1 W to 90 W motors. With 40 W or larger
motors, selection can be made with the brake torque
switch.
Brake resistor is not required and wiring is simplified.
• Easier standardization of panel design
Control panel can be sized to DIN standard at lower total
cost.
• Various options
One option, mounting frame, for example, allows
installation of the unit on the panel.
• Soft-braking capability
The brake torque switch has “LOW” position. In this
position, the brake torque is reduced.
• Braking time
Time is simply adjustable from the selector switch.
Speed controller
Brake Unit
Electromagnetic brake motor
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(For recommended terminals, refer to page D-5.)
Electric brake
operating time
Selectable from changeover switch
2/0.5/0.2 sec
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• Fundamental electrical wiring diagram (induction motor)
<Wiring diagram>
Normal/reverse
rotation
<Operating method>
Fuse
Electric brake
Electromagnetic
brake drive
DVMB481L : AC100V
DVMB481Y : AC200V
Control voltage input
DC12 to 24 V (±10%)
Operating temperature
–10˚C to 40˚C
Storage temperature
–20˚C to 60˚C
RUN input signal
1 White
2 Brown
3 Black
Operating humidity
85% RH or below (no dewing)
[Notes]
1. Electric braking system has no holding torque.
2. Reversible motor is provided with a simple constant sliding brake with slight holding force. For application requiring larger holding force, use Panasonic
electromagnetic brake motor.
3. When braking a load with excessively large inertia, related issues are strength and life of motor shaft and gear. For these subjects, consult us.
4. When using motor other than compact geared motor, consult us.
* Please read your User's manual carefully so that you will understand the operation and safety precautions before attempting to operate the system.
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Switch
Brake unit
Motor
4 Gray
Capacitor DC12 to 24V
Control
power supply
RUN
Notes:
1) 1 2 3 4 indicate terminal number of terminal
box on a motor.
2) Exchange brown and
gray leads to rotate
CCW.
Alternately, exchange
leads to terminal 2 and
4 on the terminal box (if
provided on the motor).
ON : Run
OFF : Brake (w/ BRAKE ON)
BRAKE ON : Brake
OFF : Free run
ON
BRAKE input signal
ON
Operation
RUN
Run
ON
RUN
Stop Run
Brake
Free run
: Electric braking applied
[Notes]
1. Connect the brake unit only to a single motor.
2. The thick continuous lines represent main circuit.
Use conductor of size approx. 0.75 mm2.
3. Never input RUN signal while electric braking is
applied.
* Please read your User's manual carefully so that you will understand the operation and safety precautions before attempting to operate the system.
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Brake Unit
48 mm sq. contactless type
• Fundamental electrical wiring diagram (reversible motor)
<Wiring diagram>
<Operating method>
Fuse
Switch
Brake unit
CW input signal
DVMB48RL : AC100V
DVMB48RY : AC200V
1 White
Motor
Gray
2
3 Black
Capacitor
ON
ON
CCW input signal
DC12 to 24V
Control power supply
Note:
1 , 2 , 3 indicate
terminal number of
terminal box on a
motor.
ON
ON
BRAKE input signal
Operation
CW
CW
CCW
Run Stop
CW
Run
Brake
ON : Run CW
OFF: Brake (with BRAKE ON)
Stop Run
Brake
Free run
:Electric braking applied
BRAKE ON : Brake
OFF: Free run
CCW
ON : Run CCW
OFF: Brake (with BRAKE ON)
[Notes]
1. Connect the brake unit only to a single motor.
2. The thick continuous lines represent main circuit.
Use conductor of size approx. 0.75 mm2.
3. Never input CW and CCW signals simultaneously.
The motor won't turn and may be damaged (burnt)
by excessive current.
4. Do not apply the direction change and run signal
while electric braking is being applied.
• Fundamental electrical wiring diagram (electromagnetic brake motor)
<Wiring diagram>
<Operating method>
Fuse
Switch
Brake unit
CW input signal
DVMB48BL : AC100V
DVMB48BY : AC200V
White
Gray
Motor
Black
Yellow
Yellow
Capacitor
ON
ON
CCW input signal
ON
BRAKE RELEASE
input signal
Operation
ON
CW
CW
Electromagnetic
brake
DC12 to 24 V
Control power supply
CCW
Run Stop
Run
Brake
CW
Stop Run
Brake
Free run
: Electric braking applied
ON : CW
OFF: Brake
(BRAKE RELEASE at OFF)
BRAKE RELEASE
ON : ON: Free run
OFF: Brake
CCW ON : CCW
OFF: Brake
(BRAKE RELEASE at OFF)
[Notes]
1. Connect the brake unit only to a single motor.
2. The thick continuous lines represent main circuit.
Use conductor of size approx. 0.75 mm2.
3. Never input CW and CCW signals simultaneously.
The motor won’t turn and may be damaged
(burnt) by excessive current.
* Please read your User's manual carefully so that you will understand the operation and safety precautions before attempting to operate the system.
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