Siemens has innovatively upgraded its highly favored SINAMICS S210 servo drive system, further expanding its application range by adopting a new hardware architecture and next-generation V6 software.
This servo drive system is suitable for high dynamic applications with a power range of 50W to 7kW, and can better support industry applications such as packaging, handling, and printing.
In order to control a single axis more conveniently, the new generation SINAMICS S210 has added an encoder interface that can connect to a direct measurement system, with full closed-loop control to compensate for mechanical looseness and tolerances. This improvement can significantly improve accuracy while further expanding the application range.
SINAMICS S210 also meets the safety requirements of SIL3 (EN 61508) and PL e (EN ISO 13849-1), fully ensuring the safe operation of the machine. Another new feature of the system is the security integration function, which can ensure industrial systems are more secure through user management and access protection functions.
SINAMICS S210 not only supports PROFINET IRT function, but also supports communication through EtherNet/IP, which means third-party controllers can also be connected to the servo system, further expanding the application range.
The new generation SINAMICS S210 adopts a new 3C3 (H2S and SO2) coating, which is sturdy and durable and can resist corrosive gases such as sulfur. It can support servo systems to maintain high system stability and productivity in production environments such as tires.
SINAMICS S210 also adds a new technical feature: EPOS single axis basic locator. Through this functional module, positioning tasks can be directly calculated in the driver, allowing high-precision motion control positioning tasks to be quickly and easily implemented in servo drives, reducing the computational pressure on the motion controller and allowing for more complex tasks or more drive axes to be calculated.
The new generation SINAMICS S210 can also simulate motion control applications. Users can now use DriveSim Advanced simulation software to create a digital twin system for SINAMICS S210 on TIA Portal. This function can be used to perform virtual debugging and engineering tasks on the drive system in advance, thereby meeting the process requirements of the transmission system at low cost and high efficiency.
Digital twins can also create virtual training courses, eliminate problems in transmission systems, and optimize actual machinery. The integrated network server of SINAMICS S210 has been validated and recognized by the market for a long time. It has now been redesigned to support a new network server platform and operating philosophy for next-generation SINAMICS products, such as SINAMICS S200 and SINAMICS G220. Network servers can be efficiently debugged, diagnosed, and maintained through various devices such as tablets and personal computers.