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Indramat CSB Series

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Indramat CSB

The CSB Drive Controller from Indramat is a part of the Control Section in a Drive System. These controllers fall under the "BASIC" category in the Control Section Range. Options include Single-Axis control; basic scope (CSB02.1A), Single-Axis Control; extended scope (CSB02.1B), Single-Axis Control for universal inverter HMU05; extended scope (CSB02.5B).

Power sections that are compatible for use with CSB02.1: HCS02, HCS03, HCS04, HMS01, and HMS02; CSB02.5 is compatible with HMU05.

CSB Type Code Breakdown

Below is a breakdown of the various options available for the CSB drive controllers, and their respective codes.

Specification Category Details
Product CSB = Single-axis control section BASIC
Series 02 = 02
Design 1 = 1
Interface Equipment A = Basic scope
B = Extended scope
Communication ET = Multi-Ethernet
Interface 1 EC = Multi-encoder interface
Interface 2 NN = Not equipped
CN = CANopen
EC = Multi-encoder interface
EM = Encoder emulation
Interface 3 (safety technology) NN = Not equipped
L3 = STO (Safe Torque Off)
S4 = Safe Motion 2
S5 = Safe Motion 2
SB = Safe Motion Bus
Interface 4 NN = Not equipped
EC = Multi-encoder interface
EM = Encoder emulation
DA = Digital/analog I/O extension

CSB Specs

CSB Control Section Types

- CSB01.1N-FC (BASIC OPEN LOOP): This type is a non-configurable single-axis control designed for basic open-loop applications.

- CSB01.1N-SE (BASIC SERCOS): This variant is a non-configurable single-axis control for applications using the SERCOS interface.

- CSB01.1N-PB (BASIC PROFIBUS): A non-configurable single-axis control tailored for integration with PROFIBUS communication systems.

- CSB01.1N-AN (BASIC Analog): This type is a non-configurable single-axis control designed for basic analog applications.

Each of these types is catered to specific communication protocols and control requirements, offering a variety of options for system integration while maintaining a focus on single-axis control. The non-configurable nature indicates that they are specialized for their respective communication interfaces without the need for additional configuration.

CSB Type Specs

Feature/Specification CSB01.1N-FC CSB01.1N-SE CSB01.1N-PB CSB01.1N-AN CSB01.1C
configurable no no no no yes
configuration slots safety technology 0 1 1 1 1
operation with comfort control panel VCP01.2 yes no no no no
serial interface RS232 1 1 1 1 1
number of dig. inputs, thereof probe type 2 8 8 8 9 8
probe type 3 0 1 1 0 1
number of dig. outputs 0 3 3 4 3
number of analog inputs 2 voltage; 2 current 0 0 2 voltage 0
number of analog outputs 2 0 0 0 0
number of relay contacts 1 N/O; 2 changeover switches 1 N/O 1 N/O 1 N/O 1 N/O


The provided text warns of the dangers associated with high housing voltage and high leakage current, emphasizing the risk of electric shock which can lead to injury or death. To mitigate these risks, it is crucial to ground or connect the electric drive and control system components to the equipment grounding conductor before powering on and before commissioning. Additionally, a permanent connection of the equipment grounding conductor to the main power supply must be maintained at all times, particularly because the leakage current may exceed 3.5 mA. For the grounding connection, it is required to use a conductor with at least the minimum cross-section specified in an accompanying table. If the outer conductor's cross-section is less than 10 mm² (8 AWG), there's an allowance to use two equipment grounding conductors instead, provided they each have the same cross-section as the outer conductors. This ensures that the system has a safe and adequate grounding connection to prevent electric shock.