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  • 1. industry guide Maximum reliability for the most aggressive environments Encoders and motor feedback systems for wind power systems
  • 2. SICK – always ready to seize new technologies and make them usable for our customers... With the SICK Portfolio, we fulfill your requirements in the field of wind power to the highest of standards: we accompany you every step of the way, from the application-related consultancy and throughout the engineering process, until a continuous operation with minimal downtimes is achieved. Competent, effective and at an optimal cost. You benefit from tailor-made solutions that stand out for their efficiency, directness, sustainability and investment security. SICK‘s global presence creates a sense of security – our customers can rely on us to provide them with rapid on-site support and delivery services. 2 i n d u s t r y g u i d e w i n d p o w e r | S i ck 2010 - 09 Subject to change without notice
  • 3. Our wind power industry experts are as deeply rooted in their profession as you are. That means you are always communicating on equal terms with specialists who understand your task requirements from the word go. Conclusive solutions that can be practically implemented for your individual requirements emerge in the shortest of time frames. Whether you require pitch adjustment, azimuth control or a rotational speed measurement – put us to the test. We would be happy to prove ourselves to you! 2010 - 09 Subject to change without notice i n d u s t r y g u i d e w i n d p o w e r | S i ck 3
  • 4. Knowing which way the wind is blowing. Wind power systems must operate at near 100 % availability – hence quality and reliability are extremely important. Variable-speed, pitchcontrolled systems are the current state-of-the-art in wind energy system construction. They can be efficiently deployed in the harsh conditions prevalent in both onshore and offshore operations. Build on SICK‘s competence – a competence demonstrated by over ten years’ experience in this sector and more than 20,000 encoders installed in pitch-controlled systems. Absolute encoder A3M60 – built to last. The A3M60 is an extremely robust absolute multiturn encoder in a 60 mm housing. Even under the harshest environmental conditions both onshore and offshore, the multiturn encoder achieves maximum reliability via its magnetic, and thus extre4 industry guidE wind powEr | siCK mely robust, scanning function. The innovative and gearless multiturn technology reduces the number of moveable parts on the A3M60 to a minimum. This results in a longer service life with reduced maintenance requirements. Absolute encoder AFM60 – the wonder of precision. With 30-bit resolution and a high level of robustness, the new absolute multiturn encoder AFM60 sets a new record. Even its little brother – the absolute singleturn encoder AFS60 – impressive due to its high 18-bit resolution, counts as one of the best products in its 2010 - 09 subject to change without notice
  • 5. pitCH systEM r o tAt i o n A L s p E E d C o n t r o L L E r AZiMutH systEM market segment. The single resolution, as well as the zero point or offset are programmable. The two new product families are especially suitable for application in the harsh conditions prevalent in wind power systems – in other words, when the highest levels of accuracy and availability are called for. 2010 - 09 subject to change without notice Absolute encoder ATM60 – the classic design. The absolute multiturn encoders ATM60 are implemented using mechanical drives – they deliver the revolution information very reliably and free from interference. The principle of operation is such that a sensor scans permanent magnetic elements arranged on a magnetic scale. This makes high precision possible due to the high base resolution of 8,192 steps per revolution. industry guidE wind powEr | siCK 5
  • 6. Extremely robust and extremely precise. incremental encoder dFs60 – the rotary design. incremental encoder dgs35 – the robust design. The DFS60 is a high-resolution incremental encoder in a 60 mm design. The DFS60 is unique in its class with a maximum number of lines as high as 65,536. Excellent concentricity and exceptional robustness are achieved thanks to the large distance between the ball bearings which support the encoder shaft. The DFS60 is therefore predestined for application in wind power systems. The incremental encoders DGS35 are used in the harshest conditions across the globe. The stable design with an enclosure rating of up to IP 66 ensures for a robust but nevertheless high-resolution incremental encoder. Equipped with a through hollow shaft with a maximum diameter of 30 mm, the DGS family is suitable for use in every application. Motor feedback systems sFs60, sFM60 with HipErFACE® interface. HIPERFACE® motor feedback systems comprise a combination of incremental and absolute encoders, successfully uniting the advantages of both encoder types. They are particularly suited for absolute position finding, with the number of steps being 32,768 per revolution and with a maximum of 4,096 revolutions – that gives pitch + Azimuth Absolute multiturn encoder A3M60 Resolution: up to 31 bit A mechanical interface for all relevant electronic encoder interfaces: incremental (DFS60), absolute (AFS/AFM60) and motor feedback systems (SFS/SFM60). Mechanical interface • Face mount flange, solid shaft 10 mm • Servo flange, solid shaft 6 mm • Blind hollow shaft ø: 8, 10, 12, 15 mm Connection type Cable, screw-in system M12 Electrical interface profibus a total resolution of 134,217,728 steps in the case of the multiturn design. The speed monitoring function is enabled via sine/cosine signals. The storing of motor-specific data in the electronic type label as well as the programming function are further important features of these series. The HIPERFACE® interface, which is used in applications across the globe, facilitates the commissioning of these motor feedback systems. pitch + Azimuth Absolute singleturn/multiturn encoder AFs/AFM60 Resolution: up to 18 bit (singleturn) up to 30 bit (multiturn) Mechanical interface • Face mount flange, solid shaft 10 mm • Servo flange, solid shaft 6 mm • Blind hollow shaft ø: 8, 10, 12, 14, 15 mm and 3/8, 1/2 and 5/8“ • Through hollow shaft ø: 8, 10, 12, 14, 15 mm and 3/8, 1/2 and 5/8“ Connection type Cable, connector outlet M12 or M23 Electrical interface ssi, ssi + incremental, ssi + sine/cosine For more detailed information, please consult www.sick.com 6 industry guidE wind powEr | siCK 2010 - 09 subject to change without notice
  • 7. pitch + Azimuth Absolute multiturn encoder pitch + rotational speed incremental encoder At M 6 0 Resolution: up to 26 bit Mechanical interface • Face mount flange, solid shaft 10 mm • Servo flange, solid shaft 6 mm • Blind hollow shaft ø: 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 15 mm and 1/4, 3/8 and 1/2“ Connection type Cable, connector outlet M23 Electrical interface ssi, profibus, devicenet, CAnopen dFs60 Number of lines: 1 to 65,536 Mechanical interface • Face mount flange, solid shaft 10 mm • Servo flange, solid shaft 6 mm • Blind hollow shaft ø: 8, 10, 12, 14, 15 mm and 3/8, 1/2 and 5/8“ • Through hollow shaft ø: 8, 10, 12, 14, 15 mm and 3/8, 1/2 and 5/8“ Connection type Cable, connector outlet M12 or M23 Electrical interface ttL, HtL rotational speed incremental encoder pitch + rotational speed Motor feedback systems dgs35 sFs/sFM60 Number of lines: up to 16,384 1,024 sine/cosine periods Mechanical interface • Through hollow shaft ø: 30 mm Connection type Mechanical interface • Blind hollow shaft ø: 8, 10, 12, 14, 15 mm and 3/8, 1/2 and 5/8“ • Through hollow shaft ø: 8, 10, 12, 14, 15 mm and 3/8 and 1/2“ Connection type Cable, connector outlet Ms Cable, connector outlet M12 or M23 Electrical interface Electrical interface ttL, HtL, open Collector HipErFACE® For more detailed information, please consult www.sick.com 2010 - 09 subject to change without notice industry guidE wind powEr | siCK 7
  • 8. 8012293/2010-09 ∙ WAS/SZ (2007-10) ∙ WB USmod int-US35 Worldwide presence with subsidiaries in the following countries: Australia Belgium/Luxembourg Brasil Ceská Republika China Danmark Deutschland España France Great Britain India Österreich Polska Republic of Korea Republika Slovenija Please find detailed addresses and additional representatives and agencies in all major industrial nations at www.sick.com România Russia Schweiz Singapore Suomi Sverige Taiwan Türkiye United Arab Emirates Handed over by: USA/Canada/México Israel Italia Japan Nederland Norge Our Business Segment Expertise Factory automation Logistics automation Process automation With its intelligent sensors, safety systems, and automatic identification applications, SICK provides comprehensive solutions for factory automation. Sensors made by SICK form the basis for automating material flows and the optimization of sorting and warehousing processes. Optimized system solutions from SICK ensure efficient acquisition of environmental and process data in many industrial processes. • Non-contact detecting, counting, classifying, and positioning of any type of object • Accident protection and personal safety using sensors, as well as safety software and services • Automated identification with barcode and RFID reading devices for the purpose of sorting and target control in industrial material flow • Detecting volume, position, and contours of objects and surroundings with laser measurement systems • Precise measurement of gases, liquids and dust concentrations for continuous monitoring of emissions and the acquisition of process data in production processes • Gas flow measurements with maximum accuracy thanks to compact gas meters SICK AG | Waldkirch | Germany | www.sick.com