Allen Bradley Servo Drive 1398

The Ultra plus PDM motion control system start with the part number 1398 and is a positioning drive system which integrates a high performance sinusoidal brushless motor velocity controller and a programmable position controller into a single package. The ultra plus PDM motion controllers use advanced microprocessor technology to control both position and velocity with a single processor, eliminating the need for any analog interface.

Allen-Bradley Servo Drives 1398

Technical Specifications

  • Servo Drives 1398 input-voltage 100-240V AC
  • Input frequency 47-63Hz
  • Peak output current range 10-150A
  • Torque range from 0.34-50.8Nm
  • Output current flow maximum 500mA

Overview

  • Simple and Convenient
    • In field upgrades with flash memory
    • Reduced component count increases dependability
    • Store set-up parameters to simplify drive replacement
  • Full Performance
    • Phase-to-ground and phase-to-phase short circuit protection
    • Multi-processor design for velocity loop bandwidth, digital current, position loops, and velocity
    • Electromagnetic compatibility
Servo Drive 1398

Allen Bradley Servo Drive 1398 Product Selection

Servo Drive 1398Description
1398-DDM-005ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE 7.5 PEAK AMAT PARAMETER FILE BRUSHLESS AB
1398-DDM-005-DNALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE 7.5AMP PEAK ULTRA 100 W/DNET AB
1398-DDM-005XALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE 7.5AMP PEAK ULTRA 100 W/INDEX 240VAC AB
1398-DDM-005X-DNALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE MODULE 2.5/7.5AMP .5KW W/DEVICENET AB
1398-DDM-009ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE ANALOG 15AMP PEAK ULTRA 100 BRUSHLESS AB
1398-DDM-009-DNALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE 15AMP PEAK ULTRA 100 W/DNET AB
1398-DDM-009XALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE ANALOG 15AMP W/INDEX ULTRA 100 AB
1398-DDM-009X-DNALLEN BRADLEY-DRIVE 15AMP PEAK ULTRA 100 W/DNET INDEX AB
1398-DDM-01ALLEN BRADLEY-DRIVE AB
1398-DDM-010ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE 10AMP PEAK ULTRA 200 AB
1398-DDM-010XALLEN BRADLEY-DRIVE,10A PEAK, ULTRA 200 W/INDE AB
1398-DDM-019ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE 120-240V 1PH 50/60HZ AB
1398-DDM-019-DNALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE 30AMP PEAK ULTRA 100W/DNET BRUSHLESS AB
1398-DDM-019XALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE 9AMP 120/240VAC 1PH 50/60HZ 0-400HZ AB
1398-DDM-019X-DNALLEN BRADLEY- SERVO DRIVE 18AMP 120/240VAC 1PH 50/60HZ INPUT AB
1398-DDM-020ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE 20AMP PEAK ULTRA 200 BRUSHLESS AB
1398-DDM-020XALLEN BRADLEY-DRIVE 20AMP PEAK ULTRA 200 W/INDE AB
1398-DDM-030ALLEN BRADLEY- SERVO DRIVE 30AMP PEAK ULTRA 200 BRUSHLESS AB
1398-DDM-030XALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE 30A PEAK ULTRA 200 W/INDEX W/INDEXER AB
1398-DDM-075ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE 75AMP PEAK ULTRA 200 BRUSHLESS AB
1398-DDM-075XALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE 75AMP PEAK ULTRA 200 BRSHLS W/INDEXING AB
1398-DDM-150ALLEN BRADLEY-DRIVE,150A,PEAK,ULTRA 200 AB
1398-DDM-150XALLEN BRADLEY-DRIVE,150A,PEAK,ULTRA 200 W/INDEXING AB
1398-DM-10ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE BRU-200 BRUSHLESS 10AMP AB
1398-DM-20ALLEN BRADLEY-DRIVE AC 20AMP BRU-200 DM-20 AB
1398-DM-25ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE BRU-500 25AMP AB
1398-DM-30ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE BRU-200 30AMP BRUSHLESS AB
1398-DM-50ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE BRU-500 BRUSHLESS 50 AMP AB
1398-DM-75ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE BRU-200 75AMP AB
1398-HMI-001ALLEN BRADLEY-TOUCHPAD INTERFACE MODULE, ULTRA AB
1398-HMI-002ALLEN BRADLEY-OPERATOR TERMINAL ULTRA PLUS AB
1398-HMI-003ALLEN BRADLEY-OPERATOR TERMINAL 24V ULTRA PLUS AB
1398-PAT-10-HRALLEN BRADLEY-POWER SUPPLY 10KVA REQ 125980 ALSO AB
1398-PCM-550ALLEN BRADLEY-POSITION CONTROL MODULE SINGLE AXIS VELOCITY/ACCEL AB
1398-PDM-010ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE 1PH 10AMP 120/240VAC 50/60HZ AB
1398-PDM-020ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE 20AMP 120/240VAC 50/60HZ 1PH AB
1398-PDM-025ALLEN BRADLEY-25ASERVODRIVE AB
1398-PDM-030ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE 30AMP AB
1398-PDM-050ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE AB
1398-PDM-075ALLEN BRADLEY-DRIVE 75AMP PEAK ULTRA SERVO AB
1398-PDM-100ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE AB
1398-PDM-150ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO CONTROLLER ULTRAPLUS AB
1398-PDM-150BALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE AB
1398-PDM-20ALLEN BRADLEY-SERVO DRIVE PEAK ULTRA 20AMP 1PH 120/240VAC 60HZ AB
1398-PDM-30ALLEN BRADLEY-POSITIONING DRIVE 30A PEAK ULTRA 30A AB
1398-PSM-125ALLEN BRADLEY-POWER SUPPLY BRU-500 125AMP AB
1398-PSM-125CALLEN BRADLEY-POWER SUPPLY BRU-500 125AMP AB
1398-PSM-50ALLEN BRADLEY-POWER SUPPLY BRU-500 50AMP AB
1398-SR3AFALLEN BRADLEY-SHUNT MODULE ACTIVE RESISTOR 120/450VDC 1PH 12FLA AB
1398-SR9PALLEN BRADLEY-PASSIVE SHUNT RESISTOR KIT FOR DDM-075 AND – 150 900W AB

Allen-Bradley Servo Drives 1398 Troubleshooting

Two indicators on the front panel continuously display the drive status:

  • The operating mode of the drive (A, F, P, etc.) is indicated by the Status display.
  • Whenever the main AC input is connected to line voltage, the DC Bus LED will be lit.

A table of problems, potential causes, and appropriate responses to resolve the problem is located below.

Error Codes

ProblemError CodePossible CausesResponse
Status display not lit.No AC power

Blown power fuse(s)

Ensure power (115/230VAC single phase or 230 VAC three phase) is applied to the drive.

Check for open circuits in the AC line fuses

DC BUS LED not lit.No Bus power

Blown power fuse(s)

Make sure AC power is connected to the drive

Check for open circuit breakers in the AC line

Motor jumps when first activatedMotor encoder wiring error

Incorrect motor selected in personality module

Inspect motor encoder wiring. Review Figure 6.36 on page 30 to verify connection of encoder power sense signals.

Choose the proper motor in ULTRA Master

Digital I/O not working correctly24V power supply disconnectedEnsure P5/P6 jumper settings are correct
+24V Fuse BlownE01F1 BlownThe fuse on the I/O isolated +24VDC power supply has tripped.

Check and replace fuse F1 if necessary.

Check for short circuits on I/O or +24VDC output

+5V Fuse BlownE02F2 BlownThe fuse on the encoder power output for the +5VDC power supply has tripped.

Check and replace fuse F2 if necessary.

Check for short circuits on Encoder output signals or +5V output.

Check that J4 pin9 or J5 pin9 is not connected to any external circuit.

Encoder Fuse BlownE03F3 Blown

Bad encoder

Check for short circuits on the motor Encoder signals and cable wiring.

Check and replace fuse F3 if necessary.

Motor over temperatureE04Motor TS+ (J2-19) and TS- (J2-20) pins open

Motor thermostat will trip due to: High motor ambient temperature and/or Excessive RMS torque

Verify TS+ (J2-19) and TS- (J2-20) connections for continuity.

Lower ambient temperature. Operate inside (not above) the continuous torque rating for the ambient temperature (40° Celsius maximum).

IPM FaultE05Motor cables shorted

Motor winding internally shorted

Drive temperature running too high

Operation above continuous power rating

Output short circuit or overcurrent

Ensure continuity of motor’s power cable and connector.

Check for short circuit on R, S, T, and Gnd windings.

Check for a clogged or deffective fan. Ensure that cooling is not restricted by insufficient space around the unit.

Ensure that ambient temperature is not too high (above 60° Celsius). Operate drive within the continuous power rating.

Driver has a bad IPM, replace drive.

Channel IM lineE06Bad connection

Bad encoder

Ensure continuity of the encoder cable. Ensure continuity of the IM+ and IM- wiring signals.

Replace the motor or Eencoder.

Channel BM lineE07Bad connection

Bad encoder

Ensure continuity of the encoder cable. Ensure continuity of the BM+ and BM- wiring signals.

Replace the motor or encoder.

Channel AM lineE08Bad connection

Bad encoder

Ensure continuity of the encoder cable. Ensure continuity of the AM+ and AM- wiring signals.

Replace the motor or encoder.

Bus under voltageE09Low AC line/AC input (100 V AC minimum for safe drive operation)Check voltage level of the incoming AC power.

Check main VAC power source for glitches or drop (below 90 VAC).

Install an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) on your VAC input.

Bus over voltageE10Excessive regeneration of power. When the drive is operated by an external mechanical power source, it may regenerate too much peak energy through the drive’s power supply. The system will fault to save itself from an overload.

Excessive AC voltage input

Output short circuit

Motor cabling wires shorted together

Internal motor winding short circuit

Change the deceleration or motion settings and/or reduce the reflected intertia of your mechanical system, or use a larger system (motor and drive).

Ensure input is below 264 VAC.

Inspect for short circuits

Inspect for short circuits

Inspect for short circuits

Illegal Hall StateE11Incorrect phasing

Bad Connections

Check the Hall phasing

Verify the Hall wiring

Excessive Average CurrentE17Excessive time at peak curent

Software parameter set too low

Insufficent bus voltage

Reduce acceleration rates. Reduce duty cycle (ON/OFF) of commanded motion. Increase time permitted for motion. Use a larger drive and motor.

Increase Average Current parameter to a more permissive setting.

Correct the under voltage condition or intermittent AC power, or install a larger size transformer.

Motor over speedE18OVERSPEED parameter in the drive may be set too low for the application

Motor commanded to run above overspeed setting

Motor phasing is incorrect

Motor encoder phasing is incorrect

Using ULTRA Master (refer to Drive Parameters section) set Overspeed parameter to an acceptable range for the application.

Reduce command from position controller or change velocity parameter in the position controller.

Inspect motor phasing

Inspect encoder phasing

Excess Following ErrorE19Software position error limit exceededIncrease the feed forward gain to 100%.

Increase the following error window (refer to ULTRA Master Drive Parameters section).

Retune the drive to reduce the following error.

Increase the slwe limit window (refer to ULTRA Master Drive Parameters).

Motor Encoder State ErrorE20Motor encoder encountered an illegal transition

Bad encoder

Replace the motor and/or encoder

Use shielded cables with twisted pair wires.

Route the feedback away from potential noise sources. Check the system grounds.

Replace motor and/or encoder

Auxilary Encoder state errorE21Auxilary encoder encountered an illegal transitionUse shielded cables with twisted pair wires

Route the encoder cable away from potential noise sources

Fauly encoder – replace the encoder

Check the ground connections

Motor Thermal Protection FailureE22Internal filter protecting the motor from overheating has trippedReduce acceleration rates. Reduce duty cycle (ON/OFF) of commanded motion. Increase time permitted for motion. Use larger drive and motor.
IPM Thermal Protection FailureE23Internal filter protecting the IPM at slow speed has tripped.Reduce acceleration rates. Reduce duty cycle (ON/OFF) of commanded motion. Increase time permitted for motion. Use larger drive and motor.
Velocity ErrorE24Velocity error exceeded specified limit and time parameters.Increase allowable error parameters.
Commutation angle errorE25Encoder index location is inconsistentReplace the encoder. Check encoder and motor power wiring.
Axis not HomedE27An absolute indexing move was attempted without previously homing the axisHome the drive before attempting an absolute indexing profile.
No Motor SelectedE28No motor was selected when the drive was enabledSelect a motor before enabling the drive
Motor Information MissingE29Motor number is referencing a motor that is not currently in the driveSelect a motor that is in the drive.

Update the motor tables in the drive.

Personality EEPROM Read Error54Personality EEPROM is not compatible with the drive firmware

Hardware is malfunctioning.

Upgrade firmware
Personality EEPROM83Personality EEPROM unable to be used with an indexing driveUse a non-indexing drive