Pluto Gateway Mitsubishi Q Integration Manual

Original instructions
Pluto Gateway Mitsubishi Q
Integration Manual
English v1B
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Table of contents:
1 General ................................................................................................................................4 2 Hardware .............................................................................................................................5 2.1 Casing ................................................................................................................................. 5 2.2 Pluto bus ............................................................................................................................. 7 2.2.1 Connecting the Pluto bus .................................................................................................... 7 2.2.2 Baud rate detection ............................................................................................................. 7 2.2.3 Status LED for Pluto bus..................................................................................................... 7 2.2.4 Gateway Address Pluto bus settings .................................................................................. 8 2.3 Profibus ............................................................................................................................... 9 2.3.1 Connecting the Profibus...................................................................................................... 9 2.3.2 Baud rate Profibus ............................................................................................................ 10 2.3.3 Status LED for Profibus..................................................................................................... 10 2.3.4 Gateway Address Profibus setting .................................................................................... 11 3 Setup in Pluto Manager......................................................................................................12 3.1 Selecting the function library ............................................................................................. 12 3.2 Transmitting from Pluto to Mitsubishi PLC ........................................................................ 13 3.2.1 Transmit global data from Pluto ........................................................................................ 13 3.2.2 Transmit other data from Pluto.......................................................................................... 14 3.2.2.1 ToGateway_User_A:......................................................................................................... 15 3.2.2.2 ToGateway_User_B:......................................................................................................... 15 3.2.2.3 ToGateway_User_C:......................................................................................................... 16 3.2.2.4 ToGateway_ErrorCode: .................................................................................................... 16 3.2.2.5 ToGateway_B46_I20_I47: ................................................................................................ 17 3.3 Transmitting from the Mitsubishi PLC to Pluto .................................................................. 18 3.3.1 Setup External Communication in Pluto Manager ............................................................ 18 3.3.2 Receive Data in Pluto........................................................................................................ 19 3.3.2.1 Ext_Sig:............................................................................................................................. 19 3.3.2.2 Ext_Val:............................................................................................................................. 19 3.3.2.3 ExtVarBlock:...................................................................................................................... 20 4 Setup in GX Configurator DP .............................................................................................21 4.1 Setup the HW Config ........................................................................................................ 21 4.1.1 GSD-file selection and installation .................................................................................... 21 4.1.2 Gateway selection and connection ................................................................................... 22 4.1.2.1 Configuration options ........................................................................................................ 23 4.1.2.2 Req/Resp of local data...................................................................................................... 25 4.1.2.3 Additional Data 0-31 ......................................................................................................... 25 4.2 Jokab function block library............................................................................................... 26 4.2.1 Installation ......................................................................................................................... 26 4.2.2 Use.................................................................................................................................... 26 4.2.3 Description of function blocks ........................................................................................... 27 4.2.3.1 Function block - Global data from Pluto (read) ................................................................. 27 4.2.3.2 Function block - Global data from Pluto ASi (read)........................................................... 28 4.2.3.3 Function block - Global data from Pluto B42 ASi (read) ................................................... 29 4.2.3.4 Function block - Data to Pluto (write) ................................................................................ 30 4.2.3.5 Function block – Additional data – USER A (read) ........................................................... 31 4.2.3.6 Function block – Additional data – USER B (read) ........................................................... 32 4.2.3.7 Function block – Additional data – USER C (read) ........................................................... 33 4.2.3.8 Function block – Additional data – Error code (read)........................................................ 34 4.2.3.9 Function block – Additional data – B46 I20-I47 (read) ...................................................... 35 4.2.3.10 Function block – Additional data – ASi 16-31 safe (read) ................................................. 36 4.2.3.11 Function block – Additional data – ASi 1-3 non safe (read) .............................................. 37 4.2.3.12 Function block – Additional data – ASi 4-7 non safe (read) .............................................. 38 4.2.3.13 Function block – Additional data – ASi 8-11 non safe (read) ............................................ 39 2
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4.2.3.14 Function block – Additional data – ASi 12-15 non safe (read) .......................................... 40 4.2.3.15 Function block – Additional data – ASi 16-19 non safe (read) .......................................... 41 4.2.3.16 Function block – Additional data – ASi 20-23 non safe (read) .......................................... 42 4.2.3.17 Function block – Additional data – ASi 24-27 non safe (read) .......................................... 43 4.2.3.18 Function block – Additional data – ASi 28-31 non safe (read) .......................................... 44 3
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1 General
The Profibus Gateway is a unit used to transfer data between Profibus and Pluto bus.
Communication both ways is possible.
This document describes how to setup and work with the Pluto gateway Gate-P2 in Pluto Manager
and Mitsubishi GX Configurator-DP/GX IEC Developer. It also brings up how to use a number of
sample function blocks for the Mitsubishi Q CPU family for complete communication back and forth
between a Pluto unit and a Mitsubishi PLC, through the gateway. All functions are samples and are
to be used “as is”.
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2
Hardware
2.1
Casing
Below are pictures describing the Pluto GATE-P2.
Status LED for Plutobus
“K“ Button
Communication port to PC
Status LED for Profibus
Connection to Profibus
Figure 1
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Connector Pluto bus
Power 24 V DC
DIP switches
Figure 2
Power
24V DC
SW1 – DIP-Switch 1
Profibus
SW2 – DIP-Switch 2
Plutobus
Figure 3
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2.2
Pluto bus
The Pluto bus is a CAN bus which means the connection shall follow the common rules for all CAN
buses.
2.2.1
Connecting the Pluto bus
The connector for the Pluto bus is located on the upper side.
If the gateway is placed first or at the end of the bus a 120Ω end terminating resistor must be
mounted.
PIN
1
2
Label
CL
SE
3
CH
2.2.2
Description
Pluto CAN-L
Pluto CAN bus
shield
Pluto CAN-H
Baud rate detection
The gateway will automatically detect the baud rate on the Pluto bus when there is traffic on it.
2.2.3
Status LED for Pluto bus
LED – Pluto bus
Flashing
GREEN/RED
GREEN
short off flash
Flashing GREEN
40 /60 (on/off)
Continuously
RED
Description
Pluto bus baud rate search.
Remark
When bus is not connected
or no traffic on the bus.
Pluto unit detected and baud
rate is set.
In bridge function mode: Full
operation.
Gateway in full operation.
Pluto bus is running and
receiving
SYNC/POLL/OUTPUT on
the field bus.
(Not for bridge function
mode)
Fatal error detected.
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2.2.4
Gateway Address Pluto bus settings
The gateway has an address switch for giving it an address on the Pluto bus, switch ”SW2”. The
address makes it possible to receive data on the Pluto bus in the Pluto unit from up to four different
gateways.
It is not necessary to set an address if the gateway is only used to send data to the
Profibus. It is however encouraged to set an address if you use several gateways. This is
because there will be trouble for the ”Bus Status“- function in the Pluto Manager tool if
there are gateways using the same address.
Switch row 1 SW 1 - Profibus
Pluto bus address
1
2
3
4
Switch row 2 SW 2 – Pluto bus
DIP – SW2.3
0
0
1
1
DIP – SW2.4
0
1
0
1
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2.3
Profibus
The Profibus is implemented in the Gateway as a DP Slave using the DP-V0 protocol. The DP-V0
protocol is fully compatible with the DPV1 and DPV2 protocols.
2.3.1
Connecting the Profibus
The gateway uses the standard Profibus connector (D-sub 9-poles).
Pin
1
2
3
4
Signal
Shield
RxD/TxD-P
CNTR-P
5
6
7
8
9
DGND
VP
RxD/TxD-N
-
Description
Shield/functional ground
Receive/Transmit data – plus (B wire – red)
Repeater control signal (direction control), RTS
signal
Data ground (reference potential for VP)
Supply voltage – plus (P5V)
Receive/Transmit data – minus (A wire – green)
-
The PROFIBUS cable must have a termination in each end of the bus.
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2.3.2
Baud rate Profibus
The PROFIBUS speed is automatically detected. Supported speeds are:
9.6 kbits/s, 19.2 kbits/s, 93.75 kbits/s, 187.5 kbits/s, 500 kbits/s, 1.5 Mbit/s, 3 Mbit/s, 6 Mbit/s and
12 Mbit/s
2.3.3
Status LED for Profibus
LED
Fast flashing
red/green
Fast flashing
green
Description
Baud Search
Waiting Parameter
Slow flashing
green
Waiting Configuration
Fixed
green
Fixed
red
Data exchange state
Error detected
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Remark
Trying to find and set the
correct baud rate
Discovered a working/live
Profibus, waiting for the
Master to contact the slave
(Gateway)
The Master has discovered
the slave (Gateway) and the
Gateway is now receiving
the setup configuration
Profibus up and running
Bad address setting.
Internal error.
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2.3.4
Gateway Address Profibus setting
The PROFIBUS address is set by DIP-switch “SW1” in the range 00 – 99 with BCD code setting.
The singles are set on SW1:5-8 and the tens on SW1:1-4 according to the table below. If any of
the address switches is using the “not used” setting then the PROFIBUS LED will light steady red.
Switch row 1 SW 1 - Profibus
Address 10 x
Address 1 x
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Example: Address 25
DIP – SW1.1
DIP – SW1.5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Switch row 2 SW 2 – Pluto bus
DIP – SW1.2
DIP – SW1.6
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
DIP – SW1.3
DIP – SW1.7
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
DIP – SW1.4
DIP – SW1.8
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
SW 1.5 - SW1.8 = 0101
SW 1.1 - SW1.4 = 0010
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3
Setup in Pluto Manager
All global data from the Pluto units (max. 32) connected to the Pluto bus is sent constantly,
cyclically. In order to receive the global data in the Mitsubishi PLC, no function library must be
setup in Pluto Manager.
In order to send data other than the global data, and to receive data from the Mitsubishi PLC, a
function library must be setup.
3.1
Selecting the function library
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click on the user project
Click on the “Change” button
Click on “Add Standard Library“
Click and select “Ext01.fps“, then click on Open
After this procedure the ”Function Libraries” window should show (func05.fps is added by default):
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3.2
Transmitting from Pluto to Mitsubishi PLC
This chapter describes how to transmit data on the Pluto bus, through the gateway and onwards to
the super ordinate system.
Be careful to not cause unnecessary bus load on the Pluto bus. A Pluto unit can only send four
telegrams every PLC cycle. In a big network of Pluto units where every unit transmits every cycle
the load on the bus will quickly become high. For examples on how to program see the “Pluto
Gateway Manual”.
3.2.1
Transmit global data from Pluto
The global data of each Pluto unit is constantly available on the Pluto CAN bus, with or without a
connected gateway. The Pluto unit therefore does not need to be setup with any special
transmission components for sending the global data.
The global data consists of the following components:
Global inputs:
Global Memories:
Global outputs:
Ix.0 to Ix.7
Ix.10 to Ix.17
GMx.0 to GMx.11
Qx.0 to Qx.3
Where “x” is the number of the Pluto unit.
Further setup in Pluto Manager for global data is not necessary!
Note:
In Pluto B46-6 not all of the safety inputs are available as global data. The outputs
Qx.4 and Qx.5 are not sent in the global data.
In order to send these extra inputs on the Pluto bus a special function
(ToGateway_B46_I20_I47) from the “ext01.fps” library must be used. For Qx.4 and
Qx.5 the function “ToGateway_User_B” could be used to send them as bits for
example.
The global data for Pluto-AS-i varies from the other Pluto members. See the Pluto
Gateway manual.
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3.2.2
Transmit other data from Pluto
In order to transmit other data (registers, bits, inputs and outputs) in addition to the global data on
the Pluto bus, functions from the “ext01.fps” must be used. These were added under “Selecting the
function Library”.
Components of the Function library “ext01.fps”:
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Block description:
The following text describes the function blocks used to transmit data to the super ordinate system
from the Pluto bus, through the gateway, on the Profibus and to the Mitsubishi PLC.
3.2.2.1 ToGateway_User_A:
Render it possible to send two freely chosen registers.
Input variables:
Send:
No:
When “1” data is transmitted.
Number used in the “GX configurator”, slave user parameters,
(ToGateway_UserNumber_X, X=1-99) to identify the data received. It must
be unique and used only once by any “ToGateway” block in the Pluto using
the “No” pin, where “No” is a number ranging from 1-99.
Reg_0:
Reg_1:
Addressing if the 1 register (R or SR register) to be transmitted.
nd
Addressing if the 2 register (R or SR register) to be transmitted.
st
Output variables:
Q:
Output is “1” during transmission.
Inputs in the Mitsubishi PLC:
Byte0 = Reg_0 low byte
Byte1 = Reg_0 high byte
Byte2 = Reg_1 low byte
Byte3 = Reg_1 high byte
3.2.2.2 ToGateway_User_B:
Render it possible to send eight freely chosen bits and one
freely chosen Register, plus the Pluto unit’s error code.
Input variables:
Send:
No:
When “1” data is transmitted.
Number used in the “GX configurator”, slave user parameters,
(ToGateway_UserNumber_X, X=1-99) to identify the data received. It must
be unique and used only once by any “ToGateway” block in the Pluto
using the “No” pin, where “No” is a number ranging from 1-99.
Bit_0 to Bit_7:
Addressing of up to eight bit variables (I, Q, M, SM) to be transmitted.
Reg_0: Addressing if the register (R or SR register) to be transmitted.
Output variables:
Q:
Output is “1” during transmission.
Inputs in the Mitsubishi PLC:
Byte0 = Reg_0 low byte
Byte1 = Reg_0 high byte,
Byte2 = Bit_7, Bit_6, Bit_5, Bit_4, Bit_3, Bit_2, Bit_1, Bit_0
Byte3 = Error Code
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3.2.2.3 ToGateway_User_C:
Render it possible to send sixteen freely chosen bits and one
freely chosen register.
Input variables:
Send:
No:
When “1” data is transmitted.
Number used in the “GX configurator”, slave user parameters,
(ToGateway_UserNumber_X, X=1-99) to identify the data received. It must
be unique and used only once by any “ToGateway” block in the Pluto using
the “No” pin, where “No” is a number ranging from 1-99.
Bit_0 to Bit_15:
Addressing of up to sixteen bit variables (I, Q, M, SM) to be transmitted.
st
Reg_0: Addressing if the 1 register (R or SR register) to be transmitted.
Output variables:
Q:
Output is “1” during transmission.
Inputs in the Mitsubishi PLC:
Byte0 = Reg_0 low byte
Byte2 = Bit_7, Bit_6, Bit_5, Bit_4, Bit_3, Bit_2, Bit_1, Bit_0
Byte1 = Reg_0 high byte
Byte3 = Bit_15, Bit_14, Bit_13, Bit_12, Bit_11, Bit_10, Bit_9, Bit_8.
3.2.2.4 ToGateway_ErrorCode:
Render it possible to send the Pluto unit’s error code.
Input variables:
Send:
When “1” data is transmitted.
No: In GX configurator, slave user parameters, use “ToGateway_ErrorCode.
Output variables:
Q:
Output is “1” during transmission.
Inputs in the Mitsubishi PLC:
Byte0 = not used
Byte1 = not used
Byte2 = not used
Byte3 = Error Code
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3.2.2.5
ToGateway_B46_I20_I47:
Render it possible to send the inputs not included in
the global data from the B46-6.
Only used when needed when working with the B46-6!
Input variables:
Send:
When “1” data is transmitted.
No: In GX configurator, slave user parameters, use “ToGateway_B46_I20_I47.
Output variables:
Q:
Output is “1” during transmission.
Inputs in the Mitsubishi PLC:
Byte0 = Ix.27, Ix.26, Ix.25, Ix.24, Ix.23, Ix.27, Ix.21, Ix.20,
Byte1 = Ix.37, Ix.36, Ix.35, Ix.34, Ix.33, Ix.37, Ix.31, Ix.30,
Byte2 = Ix.47, Ix.46, Ix.45, Ix.44, Ix.43, Ix.42, Ix.41, Ix.40,
Byte3 = Error Code
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3.3
3.3.1
Transmitting from the Mitsubishi PLC to Pluto
Setup External Communication in Pluto Manager
In a Pluto network the maximum number of Pluto safety PLC units possible to connect is 32.
Added to that is up to four gateways. Each gateway can transmit 24 bytes of data divided into four
packets of six bytes in each. A packet that the gateway receives from the super ordinate system is
transmitted on to the Pluto bus. The Pluto that wishes to receive a certain packet must be
configured so that packet ends up in an “External Comm Block”.
The following pictures explain how to setup the Pluto unit to receive data from the super ordinate
PLC unit through the gateway.
Selecting the gateway:
Selecting the packet:
Selecting the gateway and packets
received from it.
In order to setup the Pluto PLC to receive data from a
gateway the gateway’s address must be set. Which
packet from the chosen gateway to be received must also
be chosen and mapped to the Comm Block the user wish
it to end up in.
It is possible to choose between up to four gateways, 0-3.
Each gateway can send up to four packets.
It is therefore possible to differentiate the gateways and
the packets.
After this setup no further configuration is necessary in the
Pluto to receive external data.
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3.3.2
Receive Data in Pluto
Below is described which blocks can be used to receive data from the super ordinate system, via
the Profibus, through the gateway and over the Pluto Bus.
Data transmitted to the Pluto unit is split into four External Comm Blocks, each Comm Block
containing 16 data bits and two 16 bit registers. Comm Block zero contains bits 0-15 and registers
0 and 1, Comm Block one contains bits 16-31 and registers 2 and 3, Comm Block two contains bits
32-47 and registers 4 and 5, Comm Block three contains bits 48-63 and registers 6 and 7.
Block description:
3.3.2.1 Ext_Sig:
The block reads one bit variable from the Profibus
gateway, written to the gateway by the super ordinate
system.
Input variables:
VarNo:
A number ranging from 0-63, note which bit number belongs
to which “External Comm Block” and also which packet was
configured to end up in this Block.
PostClear:
PostClear sets the output “Q” to 0 in the next PLC cycle. If it is
unconditionally set “Q” will follow what the external device
write to VarNo.
Output variables:
Q:
Q is the output and can control an M, GM or Q according to
what the external device transmit.
3.3.2.2 Ext_Val:
The block reads 16 bits from the Profibus gateway, written to
the gateway by the super ordinate system.
Input variables:
VarNo:
A number between 0-7, note which register number belongs
to which “External Comm Block” and also which packet was
configured to end up in this Block.
PostClear:
PostClear sets the output “Value” to 0 in the next PLC cycle. If
it is unconditionally set “Value” will follow what the external
device write to VarNo.
Output variables:
OK
Dummy Bit which is normally “1”. It must be connected to an
M, GM or Q.
Value
Value is the output received from the external device and
must be connected to a Register R.
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3.3.2.3 ExtVarBlock:
The block reads the whole packet received into an
“External Comm Block” from the gateway, written to the
gateway by the super ordinate system.
Input variables:
BlockNo:
A number between 0-3 corresponding to the External Comm
Block that is setup in PlutoManager.
Output variables:
OK:
Dummy Bit which is normally “1”. It must be connected to an
M, GM or Q.
Bit_0 to Bit_15:
The bits included in the Comm block, it must be connected to
an M, GM or Q.
The first register included in the Comm block. It must be
written to a register R.
The second register included in the Comm block. It must be
written to a register R.
Reg_0:
Reg_1:
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4
Setup in GX Configurator DP
This chapter will describe how to setup and use the GSD file in GX Configurator DP. The GSD-file
for the gateway is located on the disc enclosed in the package with the gateway. GSD revision 3
version 2 should do for most applications. For further information about the different versions, see
the disc.
4.1
4.1.1
Setup the HW Config
GSD-file selection and installation
Click “Add GSD file”, then browse to where the GSD file is located.
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4.1.2
Gateway selection and connection
The GSD file should be installed in the gateway folder, just drag and drop.
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4.1.2.1 Configuration options
When the GSD device is “dropped” this window should appear. Here you give the gateway a name
and a node address (FDL Adress).
Note: if you mark “Swap I/O Bytes in Master” the function blocks for GX IEC Developer will produce
faulty data.
Click next.
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This picks up a status message that
is always transmitted on the Pluto
bus. It contains information about
which Pluto units are active on the
bus. It is 32 bits long where each bit
corresponds to each Pluto unit
active. A set bit means an active
Pluto unit.
Send from the specified Pluto its
global data to the super ordinate
system.
Example:
PLUTO address 05 will send what
global data Pluto unit 5 is sending
over the Pluto bus to the gateway,
to be received by the Mitsubishi
PLC.
The four packets available that the
super ordinate system can send to
the Pluto bus through the gateway.
Note that each packet is unique and
should be used only once!
See the Gateway manual, available
e.g. under “Help->
Gateway->Pluto Gateway Manual”
in Pluto Manager,
A number of 32 Additional Data
posts available.
Note that each one is unique and
should be used only once!
It does not correspond to the Pluto
unit’s number.
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4.1.2.2 Req/Resp of local data
This requires a special procedure to be used described more thoroughly in the Gateway Manual.
4.1.2.3 Additional Data 0-31
There are 32 available slots for Addition Data that the super ordinate system can use to receive
data from the different Pluto units on the Pluto bus through the gateway. The numbers 0-31 does
not correspond to the Pluto unit’s number; it is unique and should be used only once.
It can be set to receive different types of data from the different Pluto units on the Pluto bus. It must
be specified which Pluto unit it is that is sending and what type of data.
The type can be:
• The Error code currently in the Pluto unit.
• The inputs not included in the global data transmitted on the Pluto bus inside a Pluto B46.
• A number of safe and non safe inputs from an AS-i Pluto.
• A user defined additional data block with a unique number ranging from 0-99. This number
is also used in the Pluto unit so that each system can identify the data. Note that only 32
additional data blocks are available but they can be numbered 0-99.
Pluto unit
number
Data Type
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4.2
Jokab function block library
Included on the disc provided with the Gateway there is a function library called
“ABB_Jokab_Safety.sul”. It is open and fully modifiable and provided for free. They are to be used
“as is”.
4.2.1
Installation
In GX IEC Developer project tree, mark “Library_Pool” and “right click” choose
“Install/Create user libray”. Click “Browse Lib”, select the file “ABB_Jokab_Safety.sul” and click
“OK”.
The library “ABB_Jokab_Safety” can now be viewed in the “Library_Pool”.
4.2.2
Use
The blocks will now be available in the program editor.
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4.2.3
Description of function blocks
Below follows a description of the function blocks available in the library.
4.2.3.1 Function block - Global data from Pluto (read)
This block is used with non AS-i plutos.
Input
EN:
Start_Adress:
Enables or disables the complete block.
Start address for inputs from the hardware configuration in GX configurator
DP. Array of 32 bool.
Output
Ix_0 To Ix_17:
Qx_0 To Qx_3:
GMx_0 To GMx_11:
ENO:
Inputs from Pluto, x= Pluto node nr (Boolean).
Safety outputs from Pluto, x= Pluto node nr (Boolean).
Global memories from Pluto, x= Pluto node nr (Boolean).
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.2 Function block - Global data from Pluto ASi (read)
This block is used with the pluto AS-i.
No corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
Input
EN:
Start_Adress:
Enables or disables the complete
block.
Start address for outputs from the
hardware configuration in
GX configurator DP. Array of 32
bool.
Output
Ix_0:
ASix_1 – ASix_15:
Qx_0 - Qx_3:
GMx_0 - GMx_11:
ENO:
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Input from Pluto, x= Pluto node nr
(Boolean).
Pluto AS-i local safety AS-i slave.
x= Pluto node nr (Boolean).
Safety outputs from Pluto, x= Pluto
node nr (Boolean).
Global memories from Pluto, x=
Pluto node nr (Boolean).
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.3 Function block - Global data from Pluto B42 ASi (read)
This block is used with the pluto B42 AS-i.
No corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
Input
EN:
Start_Adress:
Enables or disables the complete
block.
Start address for outputs from the
hardware configuration in
GX configurator DP. Array of 32
bool.
Output
Ix_0 – Ix_3:
GMx_0 - GMx_27:
ENO:
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Inputs from Pluto, x= Pluto node nr
(Boolean).
Global memories from Pluto, x=
Pluto node nr (Boolean).
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.4 Function block - Data to Pluto (write)
Corresponding programming is needed in Pluto. See “Transmitting from the Mitsubishi PLC to the
Pluto”.
Input
EN:
Bit_0 to Bit_15:.
Reg_0 and
Reg_1:.
Enables or disables the complete
block.
Connect to a Boolean variable and
send to Pluto. If not connected to a
variable 0 (False) is default value
(Boolean)
Connect to a integer variable and
send to Pluto. If not connected to a
variable 0 is default value (Integer).
Output
Start_Adress:
ENO:
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Start address for outputs from the
hardware configuration in
GX configurator DP. Array of 48
bool.
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.5 Function block – Additional data – USER A (read)
Corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
See “Transmit other data from the Pluto”
or Manual Pluto Gateway chapter “Additional data”.
This block will receive user defined 32 bit value from Pluto.
The variables can be used either as 32 bits or two 16 bits
register. Bits 0-15 are the same as in Reg_0, bits 16-31 are the
same as in Reg_1.
Input
Enables or disables the complete block.
EN:
Start_Adress: Start address for inputs from the hardware
configuration in GX configurator DP. Array of
32 bool.
Output
Bit0 – Bit31
Reg0, Reg1
ENO:
31
32 bits user defined data from Pluto (Boolean).
16 bits user defined data from Pluto (integer).
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.6 Function block – Additional data – USER B (read)
Corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
See “Transmit other data from the Pluto” or Manual Pluto Gateway chapter “Additional data”.
This block will receive user defined 8 bit value, 16 bits register and error code from Pluto.
Input
Enables or disables the complete block.
EN:
Start_Adress: Start address for inputs from the hardware
configuration in GX configurator DP. Array of 32
bool.
Output
Bit0 – Bit7
Reg_0
ErrorCode
ENO:
8 bits user defined data from Pluto (Boolean).
16 bits user defined register data from Pluto
(Integer).
Pluto error code value (Byte).
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.7 Function block – Additional data – USER C (read)
Corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
See “Transmit other data from the Pluto” or Manual Pluto
Gateway chapter “Additional data”.
This block will receive user defined 16 bits value and16
bits register from Pluto.
Input
Enables or disables the complete block.
EN:
Start_Adress: Start address for inputs from the
hardware configuration in GX
configurator DP. Array of 32 bool.
Output
Bit0 – Bit15
Reg_0
ENO:
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16 bits user defined data from Pluto
(Boolean).
16 bits user defined register data from
Pluto (Integer).
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.8 Function block – Additional data – Error code (read)
Corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
See “Transmit other data from the Pluto” or Manual Pluto Gateway chapter “Additional data”.
This block will receive error code from Pluto.
Input
Enables or disables the complete block.
EN:
Start_Adress: Start address for inputs from the
hardware configuration in GX configurator
DP. Array of 32 bool.
Output
Error_code
ENO:
Pluto error code value (Byte).
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.9 Function block – Additional data – B46 I20-I47 (read)
Corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
See “Transmit other data from the Pluto” or Manual Pluto
Gateway chapter “Additional data”.
This block will receive Pluto B46 local data I20 – I47 and
error code from Pluto.
Input
Enables or disables the complete block.
EN:
Start_Adress: Start address for inputs from the
hardware configuration in GX
configurator DP. Array of 32 bool.
Output
Ix_20 – Ix47
Error_code
ENO:
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Pluto B46 local inputs I20 –
I47(Boolean),
x= Pluto node nr.
Pluto error code value (Byte).
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.10 Function block – Additional data – ASi 16-31 safe (read)
Corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
See “Transmit other data from the Pluto” or Manual Pluto Gateway chapter “Additional data”.
This block will receive Pluto AS-i local inputs 1 – 13, AS-i safety slave 16 – 31 and Pluto error
code.
Input
Enables or disables the complete block.
EN:
Start_Adress: Start address for inputs from the
hardware configuration in GX configurator
DP. Array of 32 bool.
Output
Ix1 – Ix13
ASix_16 –
ASix_31
Error_code
ENO:
Pluto AS-i local inputs.
x= Pluto node nr (Boolean).
Pluto AS-i local safety AS-i slave.
x= Pluto node nr (Boolean).
Pluto error code value (Byte).
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.11 Function block – Additional data – ASi 1-3 non safe (read)
Corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
See “Transmit other data from the Pluto” or Manual Pluto
Gateway chapter “Additional data”.
This block will receive data from Pluto AS-i local non safe
AS-i slave address 1 – 3.
Input
Enables or disables the complete block.
EN:
Start_Adress: Start address for inputs from the
hardware configuration in GX
configurator DP. Array of 32 bool.
Output
ASix_1A1 –
ASix_3A4
ASix_1B1 –
ASix_3B4
ENO:
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Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i standard
and extended A slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i extended
B slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.12 Function block – Additional data – ASi 4-7 non safe (read)
Corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
See “Transmit other data from the Pluto” or Manual Pluto
Gateway chapter “Additional data”.
This block will receive data from Pluto AS-i local non safe
AS-i slave address 4 – 7.
Input
Enables or disables the complete block.
EN:
Start_Adress: Start address for inputs from the
hardware configuration in GX
configurator DP. Array of 32 bool.
Output
ASix_4A1 –
ASix_7A4
ASix_4B1 –
ASix_7B4
ENO:
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Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i standard
and extended A slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i extended
B slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.13 Function block – Additional data – ASi 8-11 non safe (read)
Corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
See “Transmit other data from the Pluto” or Manual Pluto
Gateway chapter “Additional data”.
This block will receive data from Pluto AS-i local non safe
AS-i slave address 8 – 11.
Input
Enables or disables the complete block.
EN:
Start_Adress: Start address for inputs from the
hardware configuration in GX
configurator DP. Array of 32 bool.
Output
ASix_8A1 –
ASix_11A4
ASix_8B1 –
ASix_11B4
ENO:
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Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i standard
and extended A slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i extended
B slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.14 Function block – Additional data – ASi 12-15 non safe (read)
Corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
See “Transmit other data from the Pluto” or Manual Pluto
Gateway chapter “Additional data”.
This block will receive data from Pluto AS-i local non safe
AS-i slave address 12 – 15.
Input
Enables or disables the complete block.
EN:
Start_Adress: Start address for inputs from the
hardware configuration in GX
configurator DP. Array of 32 bool.
Output
ASix_12A1 –
ASix_15A4
ASix_12B1 –
ASix_15B4
ENO:
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Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i standard
and extended A slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i extended
B slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.15 Function block – Additional data – ASi 16-19 non safe (read)
Corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
See “Transmit other data from the Pluto” or Manual Pluto
Gateway chapter “Additional data”.
This block will receive data from Pluto AS-i local non safe
AS-i slave address 16 – 19.
Input
Enables or disables the complete block.
EN:
Start_Adress: Start address for inputs from the
hardware configuration in GX
configurator DP. Array of 32 bool.
Output
ASix_16A1 –
ASix_19A4
ASix_16B1 –
ASix_19B4
ENO:
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Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i standard
and extended A slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i extended
B slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.16 Function block – Additional data – ASi 20-23 non safe (read)
Corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
See “Transmit other data from the Pluto” or Manual Pluto
Gateway chapter “Additional data”.
This block will receive data from Pluto AS-i local non safe
AS-i slave address 20 – 23.
Input
Enables or disables the complete block.
EN:
Start_Adress: Start address for inputs from the
hardware configuration in GX
configurator DP. Array of 32 bool.
Output
ASix_20A1 –
ASix_23A4
ASix_20B1 –
ASix_23B4
ENO:
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Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i standard
and extended A slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i extended
B slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.17 Function block – Additional data – ASi 24-27 non safe (read)
Corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
See “Transmit other data from the Pluto” or Manual Pluto
Gateway chapter “Additional data”.
This block will receive data from Pluto AS-i local non safe
AS-i slave address 24 – 27.
Input
Enables or disables the complete block.
EN:
Start_Adress: Start address for inputs from the
hardware configuration in GX
configurator DP. Array of 32 bool.
Output
ASix_24A1 –
ASix_27A4
ASix_24B1 –
ASix_27B4
ENO:
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Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i standard
and extended A slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i extended
B slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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4.2.3.18 Function block – Additional data – ASi 28-31 non safe (read)
Corresponding programming is needed in Pluto.
See “Transmit other data from the Pluto” or Manual Pluto
Gateway chapter “Additional data”.
This block will receive data from Pluto AS-i local non safe
AS-i slave address 28 – 31.
Input
Enables or disables the complete block.
EN:
Start_Adress: Start address for inputs from the
hardware configuration in GX
configurator DP. Array of 32 bool.
Output
ASix_28A1 –
ASix_31A4
ASix_28B1 –
ASix_31B4
ENO:
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Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i standard
and extended A slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Pluto AS-i local non safe AS-i extended
B slave (Boolean).
x= Pluto node nr.
Enable output from FB (Boolean).
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