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Optimum machine safety using Extended Safety Integrated functions

The picture shows the Sinamics S210 servodrive system from Siemens.

The Extended Safety functions are activated by a license in the converter and are triggered by the higher-level Simatic S7-1500F and/or S7-1500 TF controller via Profisafe. STO and SS1 are activated by terminals and/or Profisafe.
The Sinamics S210 servo drive system consists of a converter and the specially developed Simotics S-1FK2 servomotors, which are available in five performance classes from 50 to 750 watts. The motors are connected to the converters using a One Cable Connection (OCC). The Sinamics S210 is particularly suited for the dynamic control of motor axes, making sure that low loads can be moved particularly dynamically.
The converter is activated via a web server and one-button tuning.
The interaction between servomotors, quick sampling and smart control algorithms for the converters, a high-quality encoder system, low rotor inertia and high overload capacity provide this drive system with high dynamics and exceptional accuracy.

For further information on Sinamics S210, please see
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