PRO ® U130
User Manual
A91M.12-279328.00-0991
PRO ® U130
Type: PRO-U130
Version 4.0
Diskettes 1 x 31/2” and 3 x 51/4”
Configuration Guide
DOK-279467.22-0991
Translation of the German Description DOK-272872
Belongs to software kit E-No. 424-247175
Overview
Notes
Table of Contents
Part I
Configuration
Part II
DEZ 160 Parametrization
Part III
KOS 130/131
Part IV
Index
Part V
Appendix
Part VI
Part VII
Part VIII
Part IX
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Notes
Table of Contents
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Notes
Application Note
Caution The relevant regulations must be observed for control
applications involving safety requirements.
For reasons of safety and to ensure compliance with documented system data, repairs to components should be performed only by the manufacturer.
Training
AEG offers suitable training that provides further information concerning the system (see addresses).
Data, Illustrations, Alterations
Data and illustration are not binding. We reserve the right to alter our products in
line with our policy of continuous product development. If you have any suggestions for improvements or amendments or have found errors in this publication,
please notify us by using the form on the last page of this publication.
Addresses
The addresses of our Regional Sales Offices, Training Centers, Service and Engineering Sales Offices in Europe are given at the end of this publication.
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Copyright
All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted
in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including copying, processing or any information storage, without permission in writing by the AEG Aktiengesellschaft. You are not authorized to translate this document into any other
language.
Trademarks
All terms used in this user manual to denote AEG products are trademarks of
the AEG Aktiengesellschaft.
ã 1991 AEG Aktiengesellschaft.
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Terminology
Note
This symbol emphasizes very important facts.
Caution This symbol refers to frequently appearing error
sources.
Warning This symbol points to sources of danger that may
cause financial and health damages or may have other aggravating consequences.
Expert This symbol is used when a more detailed information is
given, which is intended exclusively for experts (special training required). Skipping this information does not interfere with understanding the publication and does not restrict standard application of the
product.
Path
This symbol identifies the use of paths in software menus.
Figures are given in the spelling corresponding to international practice and approved by SI (Système International d‘ Unités).
I.e. a space between the thousands and the usage of a decimal point
(e.g.: 12 345.67).
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Abbreviation
Explanation
A-byte
Address byte in SEAB-1F
A1-byte
Subaddress byte in SEAB-1F
IL
Instruction list
BGT
Subrack
D1-, D2-, D3-, D4-byte
1st - 4th data byte in SEAB-1F
DEZ
DEZ 160
DM
Double-point information
E/A-Baugruppe
Input/output module
EZM
Real-time information
F-byte
Function byte in SEAB-1F
GRW
Limit
KOS
KOS 130/131
MW
Measurand
NLQ
Near Letter Quality
PV number
Process variable number
SU
Storage upload (monitoring direction)
SD
Storage download (control direction)
TAW
Timer - actual value
TSW
Timer - setpoint value
OS
Outstation
WM
Word starting with marker
CAW
Counter - actual value
CSW
Counter - setpoint value
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Objectives
This description is intended for the designer of Geadat U130 outstations.
The designer can
install the programming panel,
install the software,
plan with the software,
document the design thus created,
transfer the created parameters,
pass the created program to the controller and start it.
Arrangement of This Guide
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General
This part contains the introduction, the use of the diskettes and the complete table of contents for the manual.
Part I
This part describes how you can design the Geadat U130
outstation with PRO ® U130.
Part II
This part describes how you can parametrize the DEZ 160
directly or with PRO ® U130.
Part III
This part describes how you can parametrize the
KOS 130/131 directly or with PRO ® U130.
Part IV
contains the index.
Part V
contains the list of addresses and the user comments.
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Related Documents
Geadat U130 User Manual
Dolog AKF ® A030/A130 User Manual
Validity Note
This description is valid for the:
Software
PRO ® U130, Version 4.0
Dolog AKF ® A030/A130, Version 2.0
Basic software versions
ALU 131
247138.02
DEZ 160
247154.00
KOS 130/131
241128.09
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Handling 3 1/2” Diskettes
No cleaning of diskettes.
Store diskettes in protective
containers and boxes.
Temperature 10 to 60 C
Humidity
8 to 80%
No water on diskettes.
Insert diskettes correctly.
No erasing on diskettes.
Don’t move the metal slide.
No heavy objects on diskettes.
Diskettes tolerate no heat
(sunshine).
Label diskettes at the
right spot.
No diskettes near magnetic fields.
No forcing diskettes into
disk drive.
Always keep in mind
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Handling 5 1/4” Diskettes
No diskettes near magnetic fields.
No cleaning of diskettes.
Insert diskettes correctly.
No erasing on diskettes.
Touch only protected parts
of diskettes.
Store diskettes in protective
containers and boxes.
No bending or folding of
diskettes.
Label diskettes at the
right spot.
Temperature 10 to 50 C
Humidity
8 to 80%
No water on diskettes.
No heavy objects on diskettes.
Diskettes tolerate no heat
(sunshine).
No painted pencils for
writing on diskettes.
No paper clips on diskettes.
No forcing diskettes into
disk drive.
Always keep in mind
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Table of Contents
Part I
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Configuration Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Chapter 1
1.1
1.2
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.3
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The PRO U130 Program Package . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chapter 2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Overview and General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Summary of Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Rough Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Keyboard Operating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Chapter 3
3.1
3.2
3.3
Overview How To Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sequence Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tree Structure of the Menues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Index Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 4
4.1
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.2.5
4.2.6
4.2.7
4.2.8
4.2.9
4.2.10
4.2.11
4.2.12
4.2.13
4.2.14
4.2.15
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Definition of the Communications Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Definition of the Data Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Monitored Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Double-point Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Return Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Real-time Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Counted Measurands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-Bit Measurand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10-Bit Measurand . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-Pole Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 1/2-Pole Commands with 8 Group Contacts . . . . . . . .
1 1/2-Pole Commands with 16 Group Contacts . . . . . .
2-Pole Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pulse Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Persistent Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Actively Cancelled Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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4.2.16
4.2.17
4.3
4.4
Digital Setpoint Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Setpoint Values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Special Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 5
5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
5.2.3
5.2.4
5.2.5
5.2.6
5.2.7
5.2.8
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Line Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starting PRO U130 E0 B1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Autosave . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data Input E1 B1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Project Data E2 B1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Datas of Outstation E2 B1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Number of Data Points E2 B1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selection of Subracks E2 B1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selection of Modules/Parameterization E2 B1 . . . . . . . .
Measurand Processing E3 B6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
List of Data Points E3 B7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Edit Library E3 B8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data Archive E1 B1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IL Generation E1 B1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transfer and Start AKF130 E1 B1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printer Output E1 B1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display the Bill of Material on the Screen E1 B1 . . . . .
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Chapter 6
6.1
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.2
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4
6.3.5
6.3.6
6.3.7
6.3.8
6.3.9
6.3.10
6.3.11
6.3.12
IL-Blocks and Macros . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
List of the IL Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
List of the Markers Used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
List of the Macro Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Organization Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Program Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.3.13
6.3.14
6.3.15
6.3.16
6.3.17
6.3.18
6.3.19
6.3.20
6.3.21
6.3.22
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
6.4.4
6.4.5
6.4.6
6.4.7
6.4.8
6.4.9
6.4.10
6.4.11
6.4.12
6.4.13
6.4.14
6.4.15
6.4.16
6.4.17
6.4.18
6.4.19
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Program Block PB13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Block PB24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Function Blocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function Block FB19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Part II
DEZ 160 - Parameterization . . . . . . . . . . . 153
Chapter 1
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155
Chapter 2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.4.1
Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Main Menu E5 B2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data Input E6 B6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Data Archiving E6 B7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EPROM - Menu E6 B8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printer Output E6 B9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 3
Structure of Transmission Port . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167
Part III
KOS 130/131 Parameterization . . . . . . . . . 171
Chapter 1
General Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173
Chapter 2
2.1
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.4
2.2.5
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Main Menu E5 B1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configure Parameter List E6 B1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Common Parameters E7 B1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEAB Parameters E7 B2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
KOS Parameters for SEAB-1F E7 B3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assignment Lists for SEAB-1F E7 B4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Logical Message Numbers for SEAB-1N E7 B5 . . . . .
Data Archive E6 B2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transfer E6 B3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Printer Output E6 B4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EPROM - Menu E6 B5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reset PUTE Memory E5 B1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Part IV
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Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199
Addresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203
Publications Comment Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 209
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Figures
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
Figure 4
Figure 5
Figure 6
Figure 7
Figure 8
Figure 9
Elements for designing and programming . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
SU-Multiplexer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Time diagram for actively cancelled commands . . . . . . 44
Time diagram for malposition suppression . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Delay time for persistent commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Data point allocation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Limit monitoring of the measurands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Excerpt of the data point list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Status word . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
Tables
Table 1
Table 2
Table 3
Table 4
Table 5
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Access to Memory Areas SU and SD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Command Assignment Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Key Definitions (US keyboard) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SU/SD Assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Part I
Configuration Instructions
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Chapter 1
Introduction
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Introduction
3
1.1
The PRO
®
U130 Program Package
comprises three 5 1/4” diskettes with 360 kbytes each, one 3 1/2” diskette with
720 kbyte and the user manual.
1.2
System Requirements
Hardware
ALU 131
Software
KOS 130/131
Basicsoftware
KOS 130/131
SPS
Basicsoftware
DEZ 160
YDL 45
YDL 37
Basicsoftware
ALU 131
EPS 2000
YDL 36.1
PADT
IBM-kompatibel
YDL 32
MS-DOS
PRO
® U130
Dolog AKF
A030/A130
®
Printer
Figure 1 Elements for designing and programming
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Introduction
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1.2.1
Hardware
PUTE
Printer
EPROM _ Programming station
1.2.2
P500
P600
Compaq 286/386
IBM AT 286
(each with parallel interface)
DRU 292/293
DRU 120
DRU 096
DRU 1200
EPS 2000
Software
MS-DOS as of version 3.2
Dolog AKF ® A030/A130
1.3
Installation
Installation PRO ® U130 from 3 x 5 1/4” diskettes.
Switch on device (operating system level) indicator “C>”.
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Step 1
Diskette 1 of 3 in diskette drive A or B
Step 2
Installation routine with call “A:INSTAL” or “B:INSTAL”, depending on selected drive, and start <Cr>.
Introduction
5
Step 3
Note
Specify drive for installation. If installation on hard disk C,
only confirm the default value with <Cr>. Otherwise enter
drive identifier (C,D) and <Cr>.
Installation begins
Step 4
After request, insert diskette 2 of 3 and press any key.
Step 5
After request, insert diskette 3 of 3 and press any key.
Step 6
Specify which drive
Dolog AKF ® A030/A130 should be (is) installed on by
entering C or D and <Cr>.
A message appears on the screen when the installation has been terminated.
Installation PRO ® U130 from 1 x 3 1/2” diskette as above except that steps 4
and 5 are omitted.
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Introduction
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Chapter 2
Overview and General
Information
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Overview and General Information
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2.1
Summary of Features
PRO ® U130 supports the user during the design and start-up of the Geadat
U130 outstation.
A subrack including the subrack assignments is automatically determined
when the data points are specified.
A certain hardware (subrack and I/O modules) and their data point assignments can be selected as required.
Special characteristics can be assigned to the data points.
An instruction list (IL) is generated based on the parameters entered.
The instruction list is transferred to Dolog AKF ® A030/A130.
The generated parameters are transferred to KOS130/131 and DEZ160 by
Eprom. (A transfer to RAM is also possible for KOS130/131).
Documentation of the system by printing the
bill of materials
hardware configuration
data point reference list
table of measurand limits
KOS130/131 parameters
DEZ160 parameters
The entered and generated files are archived on hard disk or diskette
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2.2
Rough Structure
Data input (Chap. 5.2)
Project Data
General Datas of Outstation
Number of Data Points
Selection of Subrack
Selection of Modules / Parameterization
Measurand Processing
List of Data Points
Edit Library
Data Archive (Chap. 5.3)
Read Data
Save Data
Delete File
Change Drive
Generation of IL (Chap. 5.4)
Start IL generation (German)
Start IL generation (English)
(Generate KOS130/131 parameters)
Transfer and Start AKF130 (Chap. 5.5)
Transfer IL to AKF130
Start AKF130
Printer Output (Chap. 5.6)
Bill of Materials
Hardware Configuration
List of Data Points
Table of Measurand Limits
All Lists
Selection of Printers
Display the Bill of Materials on the Screen (Chap. 5.7)
DEZ 160 Parametrization (Part II)
KOS 130/131 Parametrization (Part III)
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Overview and General Information
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2.3
Keyboard Operating
If an instruction is in pointed brackets < > in the following description, this means
that the corresponding key must be pressed.
<Cr> = Press RETURN key.
<Alt> + <Ctrl> + <Del> = Warm restart. Press all three keys simultaneously.
<F1> ® <F3> = Press the function keys F1 and F3 one after the other.
US keyboard
German keyboard
<Esc>
<Ctrl>
<Home>
<End>
<Prtsc>
<PgUp>
<PgDn>
<Ins>
<Del>
<Return>
<Eing lösch>
<Strg>
<Pos1>
<Ende>
<Druck>
<Figure >­
<Figure >¯
<Einf>
<Entf> or <Lösch>
<Übernahme> (also <Enter> or <¿ >)
Function keys
The individual submenues are selected with the function keys.
Pressing <F9> always returns to the previous menu level.
Pressing <F10> calls the help text.
Arrow keys (cursor keys)
These keys select or change the parameters in some menues.
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Overview and General Information
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Caution If your PADT does not have a separate cursor block,
make sure that the <Num Lock> key is switched off as otherwise
the number block will be active.
<Return> key
The input to the line editor is terminated or the selected parameters are entered
with this key.
<Esc> key
Pressing this key causes a return to the previous menu level.
Toggling
Pressing the <Return> key repeatedly causes different settings to be selected.
2.4
General Information
This symbol specifies how you can select the described function.
Counting always starts with the main menu.
The function keys which must be pressed in the main menu are indicated in brackets.
Example:
“Data Input”,”Selection of Subrack”
(F1 ® F4)
Note The designations Ex By in the titles are also displayed at the
lower right of the screen. They refer to the particular menu level and
menu image.
The chapter describing a certain screen page can thus be easily
found using a cross reference list.
Remark window:
If incorrect input is made when planning with PRO ® U130 or if a value limit is
exceeded, this is displayed on the screen with the corresponding message. In
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Overview and General Information
11
order to delete this remark window on the screen, press any key. You can then
correct the input and continue with your project planning.
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Overview and General Information
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Chapter 3
Overview How To Work
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Overview How To Work
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3.1
Sequence Diagram
Start
Processing a new station
Data input
Project data
Systemname and outstation
number have to be
input
General datas of outstation
Number of data points
Only the modules DAP 112, DEP 112,
ADU 116 and DAU 108 are taken into
consideration.
If other modules are used, go directly
to subrack selection.
Selection of subracks
Selection of modules
Parameterization
If DEZ 160 is used, call DEZ 160 parametrization.
Measurand Processing
A
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Overview How To Work
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A
Generation of IL
KOS-Parameterization
Program EPROM
Transfer to
Dolog AKF ® A030/A130
Edit List of data points
Archive datas
Printout datas
Dolog AKF ® A030/A130
Program EPROM
Insert EPROMs to KOS 130, DEZ 160
and ALU 131.
Set jumpers at modules.
Insert modules to subrack.
End
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Overview How To Work
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3.2
Tree Structure of the Menues
Level 0
Level 1
Level 2
Figure 1
Figure 1
Data Input
Figure 1
Select
Restart
or
Supplement
Data Archive
Transfer and
Start Dolog AKF
Printer Output
F1
F2
B1
General Datas of
Outstation
F2
B2
Number of Data Points F3
Selection of Subracks F4
B3
Modules and Subrack
Assignment
F5
B5
Measurand processing F6
F7
List of Data Points
F8
Edit Library
B6
F4
Figure 3
Display the Bill of
Materials on the
Screen
F6
B4
B7
B8
Figure 2
F3
F5
Return to DOS
F1
Read Data
Save Data
Delete File
Change Drive
Generation of IL
Switch
Monochrome/Color
Project Data
Transfer
Start AKF
Figure 4
Printer Output
Selection of Printers
Printer Output
to File
F9
B9
Figure 5
Start IL Generation (GE)
Start IL Generation (EN)
Figure 6
Output
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Level 3
Level 4
Level 5
Figure 1
B1
Input
B2
Figure 2
B3
B4
Input
B5
B6
Figure 3
Input
B7
B8
Figure 4
Select
Figure 3
Figure 5
Module Selection
Data Point Allocation
Figure 6
Input of Data Points
F1
KOS parametering
B1
DEZ parametering
B2
Input
Figure 7
B9
Input
Figure 8
Input
Figure 9
Select
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Overview How To Work
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Level 5
Level 7
Level 6
Figure 1
Common parameter
SEAB parameter
KOS parameter
List of Assignment
Logical measage
number
F1
F2
Configure parameter
lists
Archive
Transfer
Printer output
B1
EPROM Menu
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
Reset PADT Memory
Switch
monochrome/color
Input
F3
F4
Figure 2
Input
F5
Figure 3
Input
Figure 2
Figure 1
Figure 1
Read
Save
Read A030 Archive
Diskette
Figure 4
Monitoring direction
Save A030 Archive
Diskette
Control direction
Setpoint value input
Directory
Counted measurand
processing
Figure 3
Ring buffer
handling
Parameter list
from KOS
Parameter list
to KOS
Realtime Information
Edge Detection
Figure 5
Figure 4
Printer Output
F8
Input
Selection of Printers
Figure 4
Read Parameter
Program Parameter
Figure 6
Select
Read EPROM
Program EPROM
EPROM blank check
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Overview How To Work
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Ebene 5
Ebene 7
Ebene 6
Figure 6
General Parameter
Setting of Data Points
Invertation of Input
Edge Delection of
Realtime Information
Counted Measurands
F1
F2
F4
F5
Data Archive
EPROM-Menue
Printer
B2
Switch
monochrom/color
F2
F3
F4
Figure 8
Input
Figure 9
Select
Figure 7
F1
Input
F3
Figure 2
Data Input
Figure 7
Read File
Figure 10
Write File
Select
Erase File
Drive
Figure 11
Figure 8
Select
Read EPROM
Program EPROM
EPROM blank check
Figure 9
Figure 12
Start printer
Selection of Printer
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F6
Select
Overview How To Work
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3.3
Index Structure
During installation, a subindex PRO-U130 was set up. PRO ® U130 opens a
system index under this index. The individual files of the outstation are stored in
this system index.
Example:
PRO-U130
TEST.PRO
UST0.HW
UST1.HW
UST2.HW
BEISPIEL.PRO
UST1.HW
UST22.HW
The name of the system index and the outstation number are entered in the
project data menu. (see Chap. 5.2.1)
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Chapter 4
Configuration
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Configuration
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4.1
Definition of the Communications Ports
The outstation is coupled with the controller by the KOS 130/131. It is the link
between ALU 131 and the serial bus SEAB-1F.
Data is transferred between ALU 131 and KOS 130/131 using the SU/SD interface.
SU = Storage Upload
SD = Storage Download
SU transports data from ALU 131 to KOS 130/131 (monitoring direction).
SD transports data from KOS 130/131 to ALU 131 (control direction).
The transport capacity in both directions is 41 words.
The 1st word in SU (WM737) and SD (WM881) is reserved for internal control
and status transport.
Therefore only 40 words are available for the data transfer.
Note In the monitoring direction (SU), the capacity can be doubled
by a multiplexer. You need not take any special measures here.
PRO ® U130 automatically installs this multiplexer.
If real-time information is planned, the capacity is also doubled or
even tripled. However, remember that the transport time for 41 words
is 85 msec, which also affects the reaction time.
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The instruction list (IL) addresses memory areas SU and SD as follows (see
also Dolog AKF ® A030/A130 manual):
Table 1 Access to Memory Areas SU and SD
SU
SD
WM737
WM753
WM769
WM785
WM801
WM817
MW833
WM849
WM865
TAW1
.
.
TAW16
CAW1
.
.
CAW16
WM881
WM897
WM913
WM929
WM945
WM961
WM977
WM993
WM1009
TSW1
.
.
TSW16
CAW1
.
.
CSW16
WM
TAW
TSW
CAW
CSW
=
=
=
=
=
Word as of marker
Timer- actual value
Timer- setpoint value
Counter- actual value
Counter- setpoint value
These SU/SD addresses can be found in the data point list and in the
KOS 130/131 parametrization.
Data assignments in SU/SD are also homogenous and word-by-word in order to
ensure homogeneity of the 2D-telegrams in the SEAB-1F.
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Verarbeitung SU-Daten
A
A or B
no
set SU2 marker to 1
SU1-marker = 0?
acknowl. bit = 1?
yes
FB1
copy SU1 intermediate memory
set SU1 marker
reset acknowledgement bit
no
acknowl. bit = 1?
SU1 marker = 1?
SU2 marker =1?
real--time information
is present?
yes
B
no
FB2
copy real--time intermediate memory
reset acknowledgement bit
reset SU1 marker
reset SU2 marker
reset real--time intermediate
memory
no
1 Standard-SU
and
1 real--time SU
2 Standard-SU
and
1 real--time SU
SU1 marker = 1?
SU2 marker = 0?
acknowl. bit = 1?
yes
FB12
copy SU2 intermediate memory
set SU2 marker
reset acknowledgement bit
SU1 marker = 1?
SU2 marker = 1?
no real--time information
is present?
yes
FB18
reset SU1 marker
reset SU2 marker
back to OB1
Figure 2 SU-Multiplexer
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4.2
Definition of the Data Types
4.2.1
Monitored Information
Projektierbar bei
Zuordnung
Verarbeitung
4.2.2
DEP 112, DAP 102, DAP 103, DEZ 160
In groups of 8 inputs each
No special processing. Two input groups are assigned to
one word and passed on to the KOS 130/131. No transient behavior.
Double-point Information
Projektierbar bei
Zuordnung
Verarbeitung
DEP 112, DAP 102, DAP 103, DEZ 160
In groups of 8 inputs each
Inputs 1 and 2, 3 and 4, 5 and 6, 7 and 8 of an input
group are each checked for malposition. If there is a malposition (same state at both inputs), the transfer to the
KOS 130/131 is suppressed for a certain time. This time
can be parametrized per outstation. (see also Chap. 5.2.2)
Note Inputs which are not used should be alternately assigned the
level 0 and 1 as otherwise malpositions will be recognized constantly.
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4.2.3
Return Information
Projektierbar bei
Zuordnung
Verarbeitung
4.2.4
In groups of 8 inputs each
The assignment is automatic if an actively cancelled command is planned. Return information cannot be overwritten
or deleted during project planning. The first return information of an input group is assigned to the first instruction,
etc.
Return information is treated as double-point information.
1 level at the input cancels the assigned command.
Real-time Information
Projektierbar bei
Zuordnung
Verarbeitung
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DAP 102, DAP 103
Configuration
DEZ 160
In groups of 8 inputs each
Assignments must be made without a gap starting with
the 1st or 3rd input group.
The real-time information is requested by DEZ 160 and
entered in the buffer for real-time inforamation. If the buffer is full, no new real-time information is requested until
the buffer can be emptied by a transfer to the
KOS 130/131. The current process state of the information
inputs is always transferred to KOS 130/131.
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4.2.5
System Information
Projektierbar bei
Zuordnung
Verarbeitung
Cannot be planned, virtual information.
Is always assigned to the 1st word in SU (WM737).
The organization information contains the following information:
Module disturbed (1-16 binary coded) bit 20 to 24.
More than one module failed bit 25 = 1.
No return information for last actively cancelled command
bit 26 = 1.
Status of the SU bit 215 and 214:
00 = 1st standard SU
10 = 2nd standard SU
01 = real-time information SU
11 = not defined
4.2.6
Counted Measurands
Projektierbar bei
Zuordnung
Verarbeitung
DEP 112, DAP 102, DAP 103, DEZ 160
In groups of 8 inputs each. The number of actually required inputs is also specified.
DEZ 160: Counted pulses up to 50 Hz are counted in the
DEZ 160 and passed on as a 16-bit counted measurand.
In the IL, this counted measurand is only passed on to
KOS 130/131.
DEP 112, DAP 102 and DAP 103: For these modules,
the counted measurands are formed in the IL. Counted
pulses up to 2 Hz are possible. First there is an edge detection. The assigned marker word is incremented for
each gradient edge and set to 0 when the value 65535
(FFFFH) is reached.
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4.2.7
8-Bit Measurand
Projektierbar bei
Zuordnung
Verarbeitung
4.2.8
Zuordnung
Verarbeitung
Two 8-bit measurands are assigned to one word and
passed on to KOS 130/131. Only positive measurands are
transferred. Negative measurands are set to 0.
ADU 115, ADU 116, DAU 104
In groups of 8 inputs each. The number of actually required inputs is also specified.
These are 10-bit measurands plus sign. The measurand is
limited to + 1000. It is then passed on to KOS 130/131,
which “shifts” the right-justified measurands to the left-justified SEAB-1F format.
1-Pole Commands
Projektierbar bei
Zuordnung
Verarbeitung
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In groups of 8 inputs each. The number of actually required inputs is also specified.
10-Bit Measurand
Projektierbar bei
4.2.9
ADU 115, ADU 116, DAU 104
Configuration
DAP 102, DAP 103, DAP 112
per outstation
A command from the master station controls an output.
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4.2.10
1 1/2-Pole Commands with 8 Group Contacts
Projektierbar bei
Zuordnung
Verarbeitung
Beispiel
4.2.11
per outstation
The upper 8 outputs of the first DAP 103 are the group
contacts for the next 8 output groups of 8 outputs each.
The 10th output group is again the group contact block for
the next 8 output groups.
Slots 2 - 4 are equipped with DAP 103.
Command 1 controls output 2.1 and 2.9
Command 2 controls output 2.1 and 2.10
Command 3 controls output 2.1 and 2.11
Command 9 controls output 2.2 and 3.1
Command 10 controls output 2.2 and 3.2
Command 17 controls output 2.3 and 3.9
Command 25 controls output 2.4 and 4.1
1 1/2-Pole Commands with 16 Group Contacts
Projektierbar bei
Zuordnung
Verarbeitung
Beispiel
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DAP 103
DAP 103
per outstation
The group contacts for the following 16 output groups of 8
outputs each are on the 1st DAP 103.
Slots 2 - 4 are equipped with DAP 103.
Command 1 controls output 2.1 and 3.1
Command 2 controls output 2.1 and 3.2
Command 3 controls output 2.1 and 3.3
Command 9 controls output 2.2 and 3.9
Command 10 controls output 2.2 and 3.10
Command 17 controls output 2.3 and 4.1
Command 25 controls output 2.4 and 4.9
Configuration
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4.2.12
2-Pole Commands
Projektierbar bei
Zuordnung
Verarbeitung
DAP 103
per outstation
A command from the master station controls 2 outputs of
a DAP 103. Outputs 1 and 9, 2 and 10, 3 and 11 etc. form
a 2-pole command.
Note A 1-of-n check is made before each command output. No further command can be given as long as a command is executing.
Commands which arrive during command execution are lost.
There are three possibilities for processing the above-mentioned command
types:
Pulse commands (commands whose output time can be parametrized)
Persistent commands
Actively cancelled commands
The processing time can be assigned to one output group of 16 outputs.
4.2.13
Pulse Commands
The output time can be parametrized per output group. As soon as a command
is output, a timer with the parametrizable output time is set and started. The
command output is reset when the timer has expired.
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4.2.14
Persistent Commands
A time for the duration of the telegram execution is parametrized per outstation.
As soon as a command is output, a timer is set with the parametrized time and
started. The command output is reset when the timer has expired.
In contrast to pulse commands, the timer here is constantly reset and restarted
by sending the same command.
4.2.15
Actively Cancelled Commands
A cancel supervise time and a cancel link time are parametrized per outstation.
A command is output until the assigned return information arrives or the cancel
supervise time has expired. The command is reset after the cancel link time has
expired and not immediately after arrival of the return information.
If a command was reset after expiration of its supervise time and not cancelled
by its return information, the bit 26 in the organization information word is reset.
Note Actively cancelled commands can only be configured for the
“mixed” I/O modules DAP 102 and DAP 103.
The return information is assigned automatically.
Assignment is 1:1 for 1-pole commands. First command at output x.1, return information at input x.1.
Assignment is also 1:1 for 1 1/2-pole commands. Return information is omitted
for group contacts. The corresponding inputs can be assigned as required.
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For 2-pole commands, only the first 8 event inputs of a DAP 103 are used as return information. The other 8 inputs can be assigned as required.
Table 2 Command Assignment Table
Commands
1-pole
1 1/2-pole
2-pole
Pulse commands
DAP 102
DAP 103
DAP 112
DAP 103
DAP 103
Persistent commands DAP 102
DAP 103
DAP 112
DAP 103
DAP 103
DAP 103
DAP 103
Actively cancelled
commands
4.2.16
DAP 102
DAP 103
Digital Setpoint Values
Projektierbar bei
DAP 102, DAP 103, DAP 112
Zuordnung
In Groups of 16 outputs each.
Verarbeitung
4.2.17
Analog Setpoint Values
Projektierbar bei
Zuordnung
Verarbeitung
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No special processing. The 16-bit value is output on 16
outputs.
Configuration
DAU 104, DAU 108
The number of setpoint values is configured.
No special processing. KOS 130/131 “shifts” from the leftjustified SEAB-1F format to the right-justified format of the
output module.
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4.3
Configuration Limits
Table 3 Configuration Limits
Data type
Number
Structure
Monitored information
Real-time information
Counted measurand
8-bit measurand
16-bit measurand
Organization information
Commands
Digital setpoint value
Analog setpoint value
SD
SU
Real-time SU
512
256
64
128
64
16
256
32
32
40
2x40
40
Bit
Bit
Word
Byte
Word
Bit
Bit
Word
Word
Word
Word
Word
The specified numbers are single limits. The sum limits can be computed from
system limits such as the capacity of the communications port SU/SD and the
equipment conditions.
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4.4
Special Features
DEZ 160 and DAU 104 can only be used in the central subrack.
Only one KOS 130/131 can be used per outstation.
The clock antenna EM77.5 can only be used with DEZ 160 or
KOS 130c/131c.
If KOS 130/131 is equipped at slots 9 - 17, the parameter RAM is not buffered
using the batteries of the ALU 131.
ADU 115 can only be used as an ADU 116-compatible version. It is entered in
the equipment list of the ALU 131 as ADU 116.
The components DEA-H1/K1 cannot be configured for PRO ® U130.
There is no transient information in the usual sense. Instead, one uses realtime information without time-of-day notation. The exact time is set to FFFFH,
telegrams of the approximate time are not transferred.
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Chapter 5
Handling
This chapter describes design, parametrization and programming
with PRO ® U130.
It can be used as a reference manual for the project planner. Its
structure adheres to that of the menu sequence.
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5.1
General Information
The individual menu points are described in the order given below.
Data input
Data archiving
IL generating
Transfer and start of Dolog AKF ® A030/A130
Printer output
Screen output of the bill of materials
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Handling
Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
Chapter
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
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5.1.1
The Line Editor
The line editor is used for entering project data, commenting the data point list
and extending the library file.
Table 4 Key Definitions (US keyboard)
Key
Definition
¬ (Backspace)
Delete character to left
Delete character above cursor
Insert/overwrite switchover (is displayed at right
of last screen line)
Cursor to first character of input line
Cursor to last character of input line
Cursor one position to left
Cursor one position to right
Cursor to start of previous input line
Cursor to start of next input line
Terminate input
<Del>
<Ins>
<Home>
<End>
<¬ >
<® >
< >­
< >¯
<Cr>
only for data point list, library and bill of materials
<PgUp>
Previous page
<PgDn>
Next page
only for data point list
<Alt>+<M>
<Alt>+<A>
<Alt>+<E>
<Alt>+<C>
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Mark a line to copy
Mark line block, start
Mark line block, end
Copy marked line or line block to current cursor position
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Since many computers have a US keyboard, the special German letters are assigned to function keys.
<Shift>+<F1>
<Shift>+<F2>
<Shift>+<F3>
<Shift>+<F4>
<Shift>+<F5>
<Shift>+<F6>
<Shift>+<F7>
<Shift>+<F8>
<Shift>+<F9>
<Shift>+<F10>
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Ä
Ö
Ü
ä
ö
ü
ß
|
<
>
Additional columns in the column part of the data point list can be defined with
<Shift>+<F8>.
Note The complete character set can be edited with <Alt>+<ASCIIkeyboard-code>. The number string may only be input with a number
block.
The corresponding tables can be found in the user handbook of the
PADT or in the printer handbook.
Example:
The letter Ä should be entered with the keyboard code. Press the Alt-key and
then the digits 1, 4 and 2 one after the other. Then release the Alt key and the Ä
appears on the screen.
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5.1.2
Starting PRO ® U130
E0 B1
PRO ® U130 is started by the operating level with the “PRO-U130” call. A
header containing the current version of the operating software appears once after the call. The main menu appears after you have pressed any key. You can
then begin project planning.
PRO ® U130 loads the last system and station processed into user memory after the call.
Caution The system “NONAME” and the station “UUST0” are
set by the installation routine at the first start.
If the loaded station is still to be processed, you must decide whether the data
model should be regenerated or only extended. Since only a maximum of 9 extensions are possible, the data model should be regenerated as long as it has
not been transferred to a master station.
Caution Once the data model of an outstation has been accepted in a master station, one should only process with “extension” as otherwise the data model of the master station must
also be changed.
Warning Extension means that data points may be added. Data
points which already exist may not be changed or deleted as
this results in chaos in the data model. It is only possible to delete or change in “restart” mode.
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5.1.3
Autosave
Before leaving certain submenues, the data edited or generated there must be
saved on the hard disk. This is true for the following menues:
Data input
Number of data points
I/O module selection
Measurand processing
Data point list
Edit library
IL generating
Screen output of the bill of materials
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5.2
Data Input
5.2.1
Project
Data
E1 B1
E2 B1
”Data input”,”Project data”
(F1® F1)
The date of the last time a station was processed is displayed. The operator
cannot change this line.
System
E3 B1
An input of a maximum of 8 characters is required. The system name is also
the name of the subindex in which the data of the outstation are archived (see
chap. 3.3). Therefore only characters which are permitted for index names under
MS-DOS may be input.
Outstation, Comment, Operator
A maximum of 16 characters may be input. All characters which can be represented may be used. (see chap. 5.1.1)
This information specifies an outstation and is printed in a header in the documentation.
Outstation number
It is also called the outstation address or A-byte for the SEAB-1F. An outstation
number between 0 and 126 must be entered. It is also used to identify the individual files during archiving (see chap. 3.3).
Note You can copy the set station by overwriting the system name
or the outstation number. However, you must first save it with the
“data archive” menu.
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Example:
System “BEISPIEL” and outstation number “0” is loaded and should be copied to
“BEISPIEL\UST5”.
Step 1
Overwrite outstation number (UST-Nr.) “0” with a “5”.
Step 2
Leave the menu with <F9> or <Esc>.
Step 3
Answer whether outstation should be copied with <J>
<Cr>.
Step 4
Outstation is copied.
If you enter <N> <Cr> in step 3, the system “BEISPIEL” UST-Nr. “0” is not copied but “BEISPIEL\UST5” is opened as new the station.
Note If the station “BEISPIEL\UST5” already exists, this is commented on the screen. You can now decide whether the archived
data should be overwritten or loaded into user memory.
In the same manner, you can copy “BEISPIEL\UST0” to “TEST\UST3” by overwriting the system names and the UST-Nr.
You can then edit and extend the corresponding menues.
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5.2.2
General Datas of Outstation
E2 B1
”Data input”,”General Datas of Outstation”
(F1® F2)
The values set in this menu are valid for the complete outstation.
Command type
E3 B2
You can select between 1-pole, 1 1/2-pole and 2-pole command output by
toggling.
Note 1 1/2-pole and 2-pole command output is only possible with
the DAP 103 because of the isolation. There are two isolated output
groups of 8 outputs each per DAP 103.
For 1-pole command output, a command from the master station controls one
output of an output module.
For 1 1/2-pole command output, a command from the master station controls
two outputs. 8 commands always have one common group contact.
8 group contacts: The upper output group of the first DAP 103 contains the
group contacts for the next 8 output groups. As a result, the 10th output group is
again the group contact block for the next 9 output groups.
16 group contacts: The 16 group contacts for the following 16 output groups
are assigned to the first DAP 103.
Note The position of the group contacts cannot be defined by the
operator; they are automatically assigned.
For 2-pole command output, a command from the master station controls one
output of the upper and one output of the lower output group. Outputs 1 and 9, 2
and 10, 3 and 11 etc. thus each form a 2-pole command.
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Note If a group contact is defined as such but not required, it will be
included for the users’ own IL parts. This is only true for group contacts, but not for other output groups.
Cancel link time
Range of settings:
Standard setting:
E3 B2
100 msec to 99,9 sec
200 msec
The arrival of return information starts the timer for the cancel link time. After expiration of this timer, the command output to be cancelled is reset.
Cancel supervise time
Range of settings:
Standard setting:
E3 B2
100 msec to 99,9 sec
30 sec
As soon as a comand with active cancellation is output, the timer for the cancel
supervise time is also started. If no return information arrives, the command output is reset after expiration of this timer and bit 26 is set in the organization information word.
E
TV
TÜ
A
E
TV
TÜ
A
=
=
=
=
Input return information
cancel link time
cancel supervice time
Command output
Figure 3 Time diagram for actively cancelled commands
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Malposition suppression time
Range of settings:
100 msec to 99,9 sec
Standard setting:
20 sec
E3 B2
The transfer of the malposition for double-point information is suppressed for this
length of time. If both information inputs have the same state, the timer for the
malposition supervision time is started.
If another malposition occurs while the timer is running, the timer is reset and
immediately started again. After expiration of the timer, the malposition is transferred to the KOS 130/131.
The timer is reset when the malposition is corrected, i.e. a message input
changed its state. The change in information is immediately transferred to the
KOS 130/131.
If several malpositions are present at the same time, the timer can only be reset
by correcting the last malposition.
Caution Double-point information inputs which are not used
should be alternately assigned level 0 und 1. Otherwise they are
interpreted in the IL as a malposition and will constantly start
the timer for the supervise time.
E1.1
E1.2
T
M1
M2
E1 und E2 =
T
=
M1 und M2 =
Double point information inputs
Malposition suppession time
Information status wich is transfered to master station
Figure 4 Time diagram for malposition suppression
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Delay time for persistent commands
Range of settings:
100 msec to 99,9 sec
Standard setting:
2 sec
E3 B2
This delay time defines the telegram runtimes between the outstation and the
master station.
If a persistent command is sent by the master station, the timer for the delay
time is started. If the same command arrives again while the timer is executing,
the timer is reset and started again immediately. The command output is only
reset after the timer has expired.
B
T
A
B
T
A
=
=
=
Command from master station
Delay time
Command output
Figure 5 Delay time for persistent commands
Reserved wrods in SU/SD:
E3 B2
You can reserve “transport capacity” for virtual data or process data which you
manage in your own IL part. The number of words to be reserved can be specified but not their position in SU/SD. The reservation is made after the first word
required for internal control and status transport.
After your input has been terminated with <Cr>, the words which have been reserved are automatically displayed. A * next to SU means that the SU multiplexer is used because more than 40 words were reserved. (see chap. 4.1)
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5.2.3
Number of Data Points
E2 B1
”Data Input”,”Number of Data Points”
(F1® F3)
Input:
E3 B3
If you input the number of individual data points, PRO ® U130 automatically
computes the required subracks and I/O modules.
You can rework or modify this “suggestion” in the “subrack selection” or “I/O
module selection” menues.
Note It is recommended that you alrady take this suggested sequence into consideration in the first system concept and not change
it.
Input is decimal and must be terminated with <Cr>. The following upper limits
are monitored:
Maximum number of I/O modules
Exceeding the SU/SD capacity
Maximum number of data points for this data type
If one of these limits is exceeded, the corresponding comment appears on the
screen and the input is not accepted.
The number of modules required and the reserve in the SU/SD is displayed at
the lower edge of the screen.
Note The following I/O modules can be selected for this function:
ADU 116
DAU 108
DEP 112
DAP 112
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The subrack(s) are also equipped in the above order.
Since monitored information can only be assigned in groups of 8 and commands
in groups of 16, these values are automatically rounded up when leaving the
menu. Do not be surprised, therefore, if your definitions have been changed
when you select this menu again.
PRO ® U130 proceeds as follows when allocating data points to the
I/O modules:
1.
8-bit measurands
2.
10-bit measurands
3.
analog setpoint values
4.
monitored information
5.
double-point information
6.
counted measurands
7.
pulse commands
8.
digital setpoint values
Caution If you made modifications or extensions using the menues “subrack selection” or “I/O module selection”, you should
not select this function again. PRO ® U130 overwrites your entries with its “suggestion”.
5.2.4
Selection of Subracks
E2 B1
”Data Input”,”Selection of Subracks”
(F1® F4)
Selection:
E3 B4
The selected subracks are displayed inversely. You can move the arrow to the
¯ The subrack to which the arrow points is
left of the subracks with < > ­or < >.
marked with <Cr>.
The secondary subracks are optional and can be deleted with <Del>.
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If an existing selection is “reduced”, any I/O modules which were planned are
deleted.
If this is the case, a remark is output and you can annul your change.
When leaving the menu with <F9> or <Esc>, the selected subracks in the configuration of the station are entered.
5.2.5
Selection of Modules/Parameterization
E2 B1
”Data input”,”Selection of Modules/Parameterization”
(F1® F5)
Selection:
E3 B5
The subracks are represented graphically to correspond with the setting in the
menu “Selection of Subracks” or with the initial values in the menu “Number of
Data Points”.
The left side of the screen contains a list with the I/O modules, the communications processor module and the power supply modules.
If the subrack selection included a secondary subrack, the power supply modules are not offered for selection because the 2nd slot in the central subrack is
automatically assigned to BIK 112.
The first slot in the central subrack is automatically assigned to the ALU 131 and
the last slot to KOS 130/131.
The first slot of a secondary subrack is always equipped with DEA 106.
KOS 130/131 can be deleted at any time and be entered at any I/O slot location.
If a DTA 103 was selected as secondary subrack, the KOS 130/131 can also be
entered in its last slot location which cannot be assigned to I/O modules.
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Caution If the KOS 130/131 is entered in the secondary subrack, its parameter RAM is not battery-buffered.
The individual modules are selected with < >­and < >¯and the subrack slot location with <¬ > and <® >. An arrow shows the current position.
The module which was set is entered in the subrack slot location with <Cr>.
There is a plausibility check whether this entry is permitted. If this is not the
case, a remark is output and the entry is not made.
The module can be deleted from the marked slot location with <Del>.
Note Modules DEZ 160 and DAU 104can only be entered in the
central subrack.
Modules ADU 115, ADU 116 and DAU 108 should be used in the
central subrack. Otherwise greater IL runtimes must be expected because of the bit bus coupling.
ZOOM on/off
E4 B1
”Data Input”,”Selection of Modules/Parameterization”,”ZOOM on/off”
(F1® F5® F1)
Your data points can be assigned once the I/O modules have been allocated.
Zooming, i.e. displaying an I/O module in enlarged form, can be applied here.
The I/O module marked at the right in the subrack is displayed at the left of the
image.
In order to display another subrack, the slot location in the subrack must only be
swapped with <¬ > or <® >. You need not leave the “ZOOM” function.
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The particular I/O module is displayed graphically in the window opened by the
ZOOM function. The valid data point types are listed to their right. (see chap.
4.2)
These are:
monitored information
double-point information
counted measurands
8-bit measurands
10-bit measurands
actively cancelled commands
persistent commands
pulse commands with command runtime
digital setpoint value output
analog setpoint value output
The individual modules are displayed according to data groups.
Monitored information, counted measurands and measurands are assigned in
groups of 8 inputs. Monitored information and counted measurands can be entered in groups of 8 mixed as required.
Commands and digital setpoint value output are assigned in groups of 16 outputs.
Analog setpoint values are assigned module-by-module.
DEP 112 divided into 4 x 8
DAP 102 divided into 1 x 16 and 2 x 8
DAP 103 divided into 1 x 16 and 2 x 8
DAP 112 divided into 2 x 16
ADU 115 divided into in 2 x 8
ADU 116 divided into in 2 x 8
DAU 104 divided into 1 x 8 and 1 x 4
DAU 108 divided into 1 x 8
The individual connection groups are selected with <Home> and <End>.
¯
The data types are set with < >­and < >.
The selected data type is entered in the defined connection group with <Cr>.
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A data type which has been assigned can be deleted again with <Del>.
For pulse commands, a command runtime (command duration) per output group
can be defined. The times may be between 100 msec and 99,9 sec. The standard setting is 300 msec. The runtimes for persistent commands and actively
cancelled commands are asssigned in the menu “general outstation data”. (see
chap. 5.2.2)
Connection groups of 8 inputs each are defined for counted measurands and
measurands, but the number of inputs actually used must also be specified.
Setpoint value output is handled similarly.
The number or a command runtime must always be input if the last line is displayed inversely with the ? in the ZOOM window.
Caution When assigning counted measurands, measurands
and analog setpoint value output, make sure that there are no
gaps in the assignments.
ADU
115
DAU
104
MW8
8
MW8
4
MW8
4
ASW
2
DAU
104
ASW
2
wrong
ADU
115
DAU
104
DAU
104
MW8
8
free
free
ASW
4
free
MW8
8
right
Figure 6 Data point allocation
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You can process unused counted measurand inputs, measurand inputs and analog outputs in a separate IL part if required.
This is not true for monitored information input and command output since they
are always processed by the “generated IL”.
The following upper limits are checked after each assignment:
maximum number of data points per data type
SU/SD capacity
If an upper limit is exceeded, a remark appears on the screen and the assignment is not made.
The reserve in SU/SD can be displayed at any time with the function key <F8>.
For 1 1/2-pole commands, the group contacts are assigned automatically when
you leave the ZOOM function with <F9> or <Esc>. You can already activate this
assignment within the ZOOM function by pressing the <G> key.
Special features:
The modules KOS 130/131 and DEZ 160 have a special status. No data points
are assigned in the ZOOM function in this case; instead, the particular parametrization programs are called.
The call becomes active with <Cr>. If you do not want to call the parametrization
program, move the arrow in the subrack one slot on.
The descriptions for these parametrization programs can be found in parts II
and III.
You can also define here with <Home> or <End> whether a KOS 130 or a
KOS 131 is to be used.
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5.2.6
Measurand Processing
E3 B6
”Data input”,”measurand processing”
(F1® F6)
All the measurands planned in the“I/O module selection” menu are listed. An upper and lower limit to be monitored and a hysterese can assigned to each one.
Limits from --1000 to +1000 are possible. The hysterese is specified as an absolute value between 0 and 1000 and is valid for both limits.
During IL generating, two virtual items of monitored information are assigned to
each measurand to be monitored. One is assigned for the upper limit and one
for the lower limit, even if only one limit is to be monitored. The virtual information is assigned to the measurands in the order in which they occur.
If “extension” mode was selected, limits which are entered later do not change
the original order of the monitored information. The new information is appended.
The virtual information for limit monitoring can be found starting with the SEAB
subaddress 32 (20H).
During limit monitoring, all the measurands have the full range from --1000 to
+1000. This range is later reduced to 0 to 255 for 8-bit measurands.
Therefore the following is valid for all measurands:
Scale end value = 1000 or --1000 = 100%
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lower limit value
upper limit value
1
0
--1000
+1000
Hysteresis
0 - 1 edge
2. information
1 - 0 edge
2. information
0 - 1 edge
1. information
1 -- 0 edge
1. information
Figure 7 Limit monitoring of the measurands
Input of the limits:
The current input field is displayed inversely. You can skip to the next or previous input field (with line jump) with <Tab> and <Shift> + <Tab>.
You can skip to the next or previous input field of a line with <Ctrl> + <® > and
<Ctrl> + <¬ >.
Otherwise the requirements of the line editor are valid.
If a value less than --1000 or greater than +1000 is input, a remark appears on
the screen and the value must be corrected.
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5.2.7
List of Data Points
E3 B7
”Data input”,”List of Data Points”
(F1® F7)
The data point list contains a number of columns:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
A-byte
(Outstation number)
F-byte
(Function byte)
A1-byte
(Subaddress)
D1/D2-byte
(Data bytes)
SU/SD-address
Data type
Module connection (corresponding to fill-in label)
Comments
Columns 6 and 7 are defined when the modules are planned and the data points
are assigned.
Note Columns 2-5 are computed from these two definitions during
IL generating. Therefore it is of paramount importance that the IL be
generated before the data point list is processed. This is also true if
the design was extended or modified.
A maximum of 58 characters can be edited as a comment. This could be for example PV numbers or wiring remarks.
For space reasons, columns 1-5 are not displayed on the screen. The complete
data point list can be output with the printer menu.
The line editor requirements are valid when editing.
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It is possible to copy single lines or whole line blocks.
You can mark the line containing the cursor for copying with <Alt> + <M>.
A line block is marked as follows:
Cursor to 1st line to be copied and <Alt> + <A>. Cursor to last line to be copied and <Alt> + <E>.
The marked line or line block starting with the current cursor position is copied with <Alt> + <C>. The previous line contents are overwritten.
A line or line block can be copied with <Alt> + <C> until a new block or new line
is marked.
Note Line blocks can only be marked within an I/O module and only
be copied within an I/O module, i.e. not across module borders.
Correct:
Copy port 1.1 to 1.8 to port 1.16
Copy port 1.1 to 1.16 to port 2.8
Copy complete module 1 to port 4.1
Incorrect:
Copy port 1.1 to 1.16 to port 1.25
Copy complete module 1 to port 4.10
The copy is aborted as soon as the last port of an I/O module is reached.
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5.2.8
Edit Library
E3 B8
”Data Input”,”Edit Library”
(F1® F8)
All existing library files are listed alphabetically in a window. The arrow marking
¯ The lines are scrolled at
the selected library can be moved with < > ­and < >.
the start and end of the window if more library files exist than can be displayed
in the window.
When PRO ® U130 is installed, a library (PRO.BIB) containing all the necessary hardware and software components for the U130 is provided. The individual
components are listed together with their designation and part number.
You can copy this file to another one with <F1>. You will be asked to enter the
file name of the new library. It can have a maximum of 8 characters. PRO ®
U130 appends the extension .BIB and thus identifies the file as a library file.
Caution Even if you created a new library with the copy function, you are still in the library you selected when entering this
menu. If you want to process the new library, leave the menu
with <F9> or <Esc> and select it again with <F8>. The new library will then be displayed for selection in the window.
You can delete all the libraries except the one you read in for processing with
<F2>. You will be asked for the file name and the corresponding library is deleted when the input is terminated with <Cr>.
It makes sense to create several library files if PRO ® U130 is also to be used
as for calculating. You can then enter a price per item for each component in the
last column and create several files with different customer rebates.
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You can also store library files with a certain combination of components as
standard files.
The individual libraries comprise 120 positions divided into three categories.
Positions 1 - 17
are the subracks and the modules, whose number is defined during project planning (see chap. 5.2.2, 5.2.4 and
5.2.5). Only the price per item in the last column can be
edited here.
Positions 18 - 68
are hardware and software components for which you can
define whether or not and how often they should be included in the bill of materials. This is done by entering the
required number in the first column.
Positions 69 - 120
is at your disposition. You can enter for example special
modules or the cost for installation and planning. The
price per item entered here is used in the calculation and
in the bill of materials.
If an entry was made in one of the lines 69 -120, it is treated like lines 18 - 68.
Only the number and the price per item can be changed. The whole line can be
deleted with <Del>, however, if the cursor is at the start of the line.
You can skip to the previous or next line with < > ­and < >¯if the cursor is at the
start of the line.
You can skip to the first possible input position with <® >.
The line editor is valid within an input field.
From the column “number” one always skips first to the column “price per item”.
One cannot skip directly to the column “price per item” after position 18. If you
want to skip a column, simply press <Cr>.
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5.3
Data Archive
Read data
E1 B1
E2 B3
”Data Archive”, “Read Data”
(F2® F1)
All the systems processed so far are listed alphabetically in a window. The arrow
¯ The lines are
marking the selected system can be moved with < >­and < >.
scrolled at the beginning and end of the window if more systems exist than can
be displayed in the window.
The selection is confirmed with <Cr> and the outstations of this system which
have been processed so far are listed. The outstations are selected in the same
manner as described above.
The outstation is loaded into user memory after the selection has been confirmed with <Cr>.
The windows can always be left with <Esc> or <F9> without loading a new station.
Save data
E2 B2
”Data Archive”,”Save Data”
(F2® F2)
A station is saved on the drive currently set.
First a subindex is opened with the name of the system if it does not yet exist.
All files generated so far are then saved in this subindex. (see also chap. 3.3)
Several stations can be saved on one diskette.
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Delete file
E2 B2
”Data Archive”,”Delete File”
(F2® F3)
As for “read data”, first all the systems so far processed and then all the outstations are listed in a window.
All the files belonging to an outstation are deleted if the selection of this outstation is confirmed with <Cr>.
Once all the outstations of a system have been deleted, the corresponding subindex is automatically deleted.
The delete function can be aborted with <Esc> or <F9>.
Change drive
E2 B2
”Data Archive”,”Change Drive”
(F2® F4)
Drives A to D are displayed for selection in a window.
The initial value is the drive from which PRO ® U130 was started. If this setting
is changed e.g. from C to A, drive A is now accessed for the functions “read
file”, “save file” and “delete file”.
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5.4
IL Generation
Start IL generation (German)
E1 B1
E2 B5
”Generation of IL”,”Start IL generation (German)”
(F5® F1)
The generated blocks are saved in the file USTx.AWL. File USTx.AWL is opened
for writing in mode APPEND. APPEND means that additional write operations
are always appended to the current end of file.
The IL is generated as follows:
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Step 1
Determine maximum number of data points
Step 2
Write macro file for function blocks in file USTx.AWL
Step 3
Set up organization block OB1
Step 4
Read in macro for SU multiplexer and set up program
block PB1 for SU multiplexer and SU organization
Step 5
Read in timer macros and set up program blocks PB7 and
PB10 for SD organization
Step 6
Read in macro for organization information and set up
program block PB2
Step 7
Read in macro for processing monitored information and
set up program block PB4
Step 8
Read in macro for processing double-point information
and set up program block PB14
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Step 9
Read in macro for processing the process state of the
real-time information and set up program block PB21
Step 10
Read in macro for processing real-time information and
set up program block PB22
Step 11
Read in macro for processing counted measurands and
set up program block PB3
Step 12
Read in macro for processing counted measurands with
DEZ 160 and set up program block PB23
Step 13
Read in macro for processing 8-bit measurands and set
up program block PB5
Step 14
Read in macro for 10-bit measurands and set up program
block PB6
Step 15
Read in macro for monitoring the measurand limits and
set up program block PB15
Step 16
Read in macro for 1-of-n check of the commands and set
up program block PB12
Step 17
Read in macro for “command output” and set up program
block PB13
Step 18
Read in macro for “reset command output” and set up
program block PB11
Step 19
Read in macro for persistent commands and set up program block PB24
Step 20
Read in macro for command cancel and set up program
block PB19
Step 21
Generate program block PB18 for error message “command not cancelled”
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Step 22
Generate program block PB20 for message “command
was cancelled”
Step 23
Read in macro for digital setpoint value output and set up
program block PB8
Step 24
Read in macro for analog setpoint value output and set up
program block PB9
Step 25
Allocate subaddresses (A1 byte)
Step 26
Create file USTx.KOS
Steps 7 to 24 are of course only carried out if the relevant data type was
planned.
The steps described above result in the following SU/SD allocations:
Table 5 SU/SD Assignment
SU
SD
Organization information
Monitored information
Double-point information
Real-time information
Counted measurands
Counted measurands from DEZ 160
8-bit measurands
10-bit measurands
Organization command
Commands
Digital setpoint values
Analog set point values
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The processing of monitored information for 64 items of information will be
used to explain how a program block is set up:
The macro file for processing monitored information is read in. 16 items of information are processed in one macro. The macro is copied to user memory of the
PUTE depending on the number of items of monitored information. For 64 items
of information this is 4 times.
The symbolic addresses x.y and z are then replaced with the actual addresses.
The symbolic address z is replaced with the contents of the SU buffer counter.
The SU buffer counter is incremented by 1 after each assignment.
The port addresses are found in the file USTx.HW. First information with the extension index 0 is searched for. The search always starts with the first module. If
an information group is found, the symbolic address x.y is replaced with the current port address. The search is continued until either all symbolic addresses
have been replaced or the last module has been reached.
If you reach the last module and not all the symbolic addresses have been replaced, the search begins again with the first module. Information with the extension index 1 is now searched for, then with extension index 2, etc.
At the end, all the addresses have been replaced and the block is written to file
USTx.AWL.
Note During IL generating, you will be asked whether the information in SEAB-1F format should be sorted. SEAB-1F format means
that the first information input is not in the least significant bit 20. Instead it is in the most significant bit 215. This corresponds to the
D1-byte bit 27.
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Start IL Generation (English)
”Generation of IL”,”Start IL-Generation (English)”
(F5® F2)
The German IL as described above is the basis for the English ASCII-IL. This IL
is again translated into English, i.e. commands or operands which have a different name in English are replaced. In this way English macro files are not required.
5.5
Transfer and Start AKF130
E1 B1
The software Dolog AKF ® A030/A130 requires a great amount of memory. If
you have loaded storage-resident programs or operator interfaces, the remaining
main memory may not be sufficient for Dolog AKF ® A030/A130.
In this case the functions “transfer” and “start AKF130” cannot be executed.
Leave PRO ® U130 and remove these program calls from “AUTOEXEC.BAT”
or “CONFIG.SYS” and make a “warm restart” (<Ctrl> + <Alt> + <Del>).
Then start PRO ® U130 again and select “transfer” or “start AKF130”.
Transfer
E2 B3
”Transfer and Start AKF130”,”Transfer”
(F3® F1)
The IL generated by PRO ® U130 is transferred to Dolog AKF ® A030/A130.
First a system index is opened by PRO ® U130 under the AKF-index and then
an outstation index is opened underneath.
PRO ® U130 sets up the equipment list and writes it in the outstation index.
The file USTx.AWL is then copied to the outstation index under the name PROAKF.
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PRO ® U130 then calls the program Dolog AKF ® A030/A130. The parameter
/FWT, which causes Dolog AKF ® A030/A130 to read the file PRO-AKF, is
transferred in this call.
The intermediate code files are generated and stored in the outstation index during reading.
Warning Before Dolog AKF ® A030/A130 reads in the file PROAKF, all the block files are deleted from the outstation index. If
you again transfer a station to Dolog AKF ® A030/A130, remember that these are also deleted if you yourself created PB’s or
FB’s. Therefore you must first save these blocks in another index or on diskette.
Start AKF130
E2 B2
”Transfer and Start AKF130”,”Start AKF130”
(F3® F2)
You can directly start Dolog AKF ® A030/A130 from PRO ® U130 with this
call. All the Dolog AKF ® A030/A130 functions can be executed (see Dolog
AKF ® A030/A130 user handbook).
If you use only the standard IL of PRO ® U130 and do not require special IL
blocks, you can restrict yourself to the following function calls:
Load IL in the RAM of the ALU 131 and start
or
Program IL on EPROM
Print IL
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Load IL in the RAM of the ALU 131 and start
Step 1
Set up connection between COM1 and PC*
Step 2
Select “load” in main menu and <Cr>
Step 3
Select “link program” and <Cr>
Step 4
Select “program to PC*” and <Cr>
Step 5
Select “online” in main menu and <Cr>
Step 6
Select “start PC*” and <Cr>
Step 7
Answer question if start really required with yes
Note Note the display at the lower right of the screen. If the PC* is
already in the scan, it must first be stopped. Select “online” and then
“stop PC*” in the main menu.
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Program IL on EPROM
Step 1
Set up connection between COM1 and EPS 2000
Step 2
Select “load” in main menu and <Cr>
Step 3
Select “EPROM processing” and <Cr>
Step 4
Select “create EPROM file” and <Cr>
Step 5
Select “station ® EPROM file” and <Cr>
Step 6
Answer “Parameter transfer prohibit observed for FBs?”
with yes
Step 7
Set separating voltage to 12 volt by toggling
Step 8
Select “start” and <Cr>
Step 9
Insert EPROM on ALU 131 after end of programming process.
Note A special EPROM (part number 233 891) is used for the ALU
131. Therefore an adaptor socket (part number 243 216) must be
used with the EPS 2000.
Caution Set the jumpers of the ALU to EPROM operation and
“automatic start”.
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Print IL
Step 1
Select “print” in the main menu and <Cr>
Step 2
Select “program protocol” and <Cr>
Step 3
Set the following parameters:
Output mode:
Symbols and comments:
Local cross reference list:
Title block:
Title block file:
Output unit:
Block list:
Step 4
“AWL”
“EIN”
“AUS”
“AUS”
“AUS”
“printer”
“OB,PB,FB”
Select “start print” and <Cr>
Note The suitable printer drive must possibly first be set with the
menu “set up”. The parameter settings specified above are only intended as a suggestion. Of course you can also select other settings.
Further details about the settings of the paramters and the “set up”
menu can be found in the Dolog AKF ® A030/A130 user handbook.
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5.6
Printer Output
E1 B1
Each printed page contains a header text which contains:
system name
outstation identifier
date of creation
version index
comments
operator
Printout of the bill of materials
E2 B4
”Printer Output”,”Bill of Materials”
(F4® F1)
The defined bill of materials is printed. If the prices were entered in the library,
these are also printed as item price and total price.
Printout of the subrack
E2 B4
”Printer Output”,”Hardware Configuration”
(F4® F2)
The selected subrack(s) including the equipment configuration are printed in
graphic form. The I/O module slots are designated with 1 to 16 to correspond to
their slot locations.
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Printout of the Table of Measurand Limits
E2 B4
”Printer Output”,”Table of Measurand Limits”
(F4® F3)
The table contains only the measurands whose limits are to be monitored.
The limits are printed sorted according to the slot locations of the measurands.
Note Limits included later in “extension” mode are not sorted into
the table. These are appended to the end of the table. In this way the
order of the virtual information is maintained.
The table has two parts:
Monitored information data
SEAB telegram address
SU address
Measurand data
Slot address
Limit
Hysterese
Note The IL must be generated before the table of limits is printed
since the virtual information is assigned here. (see chap.
LEERER MERKER)
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Printout of the List of Data Points
E2 B4
”Printer Output”,”List of Data Points”
(F4® F4)
The data point list is printed sorted according to I/O slot locations.
The module type is printed as a header
The data point list comprises the SEAB telegram address, the SU/SD address,
the data type, the module port (location) and the comment edited in the menu
“comment data point list”.
Telegrammaddress
A
F
A1
Dn
SU/SD
Datatype
Slot
Supply
Supply
Mon. inf.
Mon. inf.
Mon. inf.
Mon. inf.
Mon. inf.
Mon. inf.
Mon. inf.
Mon. inf.
Common
Supply
Supply
Mon. inf.
Mon. inf.
Mon. inf.
Mon. inf.
.
.
.
U
U
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
M
U
U
2.9
2.10
2.11
2.12
.
.
.
Comment / Wiring
Dez Hex Hex
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8A
8A
8A
8A
8A
8A
8A
8A
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
1.7
1.6
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
WM753
WM753
WM753
WM753
WM753
WM753
WM753
WM753
1
1
1
1
.
.
.
8A
8A
8A
8A
.
.
.
00
00
00
00
.
.
.
2.7
2.6
2.5
2.4
.
.
.
WM753
WM753
WM753
WM753
.
.
.
Figure 8 Excerpt of the data point list
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Printout of the General Datas of Outstation
E2 B4
”Printer Output”,”General Datas of Outstation”
(F4® F5)
The following data are printed:
command type
output time of the pulse commands, listed according to slot address and connection group
cancel link time
cancel supervise time
malposition suppression time
delay time for persistent commands
reservations in SU and SD
Printout of All Lists
E2 B4
”Printer Output”,”All Lists”
(F4® F6)
All the lists which exist are printed.
Selection of Printer
E2 B4
A printer output is only planned for PRO ® U130 using the parallel standard interface LPT1. Output using the serial interface is not recommended since it is already used to connect the PC*, the EPROM programming panel and the mouse.
Expert If you want to use a printer with serial interface nevertheless, you can direct the output in the MS-DOS level using MODE
commands before PRO ® U130 is started. The necessary instructions can be found in the MS-DOS handbook.
Note
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DRU 292/293
E3 B9
”Printer Output”,”Selection of Printer”,”DRU 292P/293P”
(F4® F7® F1)
DRU 292
= DIN A4
matrix printer
DRU 293
= DIN A3
matrix printer
Near Letter Quality (NLQ) can be switched on and off with <F5>.
DRU 120
E3 B9
”Printer Output”,”Selection of Printer”,”DRU 120P”
(F4® F7® F2)
DRU 120
= DIN A4
matrix printer
Near Letter Quality (NLQ) can be switched on and off with <F5>.
DRU 096
E3 B9
”Printer Output”,”Selection of Printer”,”DRU 96”
(F4® F7® F3)
DRU 096
= DIN A3
Ink printer
DRU 1200
E3 B9
”Printer Output”,”Selection of Printer”,”DRU 1200”
(F4® F7® F4)
DRU 1200
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Laser printer
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Near Letter Quality
E3 B9
”Printer output”,”Selection of Printer”,”Near Letter Quality”
(F4® F7® F5)
The near letter quality mode can be switched on for the matrix printers. The
printer output is somewhat slower then.
Note The individual IL blocks are not printed under PRO ® U130.
The IL as generated by PRO ® U130 has a special format and contains control characters which are eliminated again when read into
Dolog AKF ® A030/A130. The IL blocks should therefore be printed
using the corresponding functions for Dolog AKF ® A030/A130.
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5.7
Display the Bill of Material on the Screen
E1 B1
This function gives you a quick summary of the scope and price of a planned
outstation. In order to compute the prices, the price per item for the individual
components must have been entered in the menu “edit library”. You can work
with different library files.
After entering into this menu, a window appears in which all existing libraries are
listed alphabetically. The arrow marking the selected library can be moved with
< > ­and < >.¯The lines are scrolled at the beginning and end of the window if
more libraries exist than can be displayed in the window.
The bill of materials is set up from the planned modules and subracks. The bill
of materials also includes all the positions of the library for which a number of
items was entered.
If a bill of materials was already defined for an outstation, the user is asked
whether this should be displayed or whether a new bill of materials should be
created.
Caution If a new bill of materials should be created, remember
that it is always created using the current library.
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Chapter 6
IL-Blocks and Macros
The individual IL blocks and the macros used to create them are
described in this chapter.
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6.1
Summary
Warning User-dependent PC* functions can be included in an
IL created with PRO ® U130 in accordance with the rules of
Dolog AKF ® A030/A130.
If the blocks generated by PRO ® U130 are changed, no guarantee can be made that these changed blocks will function correctly.
The organization block is generated directly by PRO ® U130. No macro file exists for it.
The final form of the function blocks is stored in the file FBS.MAC. They are only
read and copied, but not changed, by PRO ® U130.
The program blocks are divided into three categories:
Block is generated directly by PRO ® U130
Block is generated using a macro file
Block is generated partly by PRO ® U130 and partly by a macro file
The blocks PB10, PB16, PB18 and PB20 belong to the first category.
The blocks PB3 - PB6, PB8, PB9, PB13, PB15, PB19, PB21, PB23 and PB24
belong to the second category.
The blocks PB1, PB2, PB7, PB12, PB14 and PB22 belong to the third category.
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6.1.1
List of the IL Blocks
IL block
Meaning
OB1
PB1
PB2
PB3
PB4
PB5
PB6
PB7
PB8
PB9
PB10
PB11
PB12
PB13
PB14
PB15
PB16
PB17
PB18
PB19
PB20
PB21
PB22
PB23
PB24
FB1
FB2
FB3
FB4
FB5
FB6
FB7
FB8
FB9
FB10
FB11
FB12
FB13
FB14
FB15
FB16
FB17
FB18
FB19
Block organization
SU multiplexer and organization
Pre-definitions and module check
Call counted measurand processing
Call monitored information processing
8-bit measurand processing
10-bit measurand processing
SD organization, timer for commands
Digital setpoint value processing
Analog setpoint value processing
Call SD blocks
Delete SD buffer
Call check command 1-of-n
Output commands
Call double-point information processing
Call measurand limit monitoring
Set MB1 to 255 (FFH) if real-time information processing
not used
Set error message “command not cancelled”
Check if command will be cancelled
Set marker for “command is cancelled”
Call real-time information processing (process state)
Call real-time information processing (event buffer)
Counted measurand processing with DEZ 160
Check call for persistent command
Reload SU1
Reload SU with real-time information
Counted measurand processing
Information processing
8-bit measurand processing
Measurand limit monitoring
Reload SD
Check double-point information for malposition
Double-point information processing
Check 1-of-n command
Organization information processing
Reload SU2
Real-time information processing (process state)
Real-time information processing (event buffer)
DEZ 160 enable
Check persistent command and output 1-pole
Check persistent command and output 2-pole
Reset marker for SU multiplexer
Check and limit measurands to +1000
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6.1.2
List of the Markers Used
Marker
Explanation
M1*
M2*
M3*
M4*
M5*
M6*
M7*
M8*
M9 - M24
M25 - M88*
M89*
M90
M91
M92
M93
M94
M95*
M735
M736
M737 - M1024
is always set to 0
is always set to 1
1 = SU1 was reloaded
1 = real-time information is present
1 = command executing
set timer for malposition
reset timer for malposition
output timer malposition
shift for 8-bit measurands
edge detection for 64 counted measurands
edge detection for cancelled command
1 = cancelled command; 0 = pulse command
reset timer for cancelled commands
error marker for cancelled commands
code for DEZ 160 enable
switched-on marker for link time for cancelled commands
1 = SU2 was reloaded
acknowledgement bit SD
acknowledgement bit SU
SU/SD interface
MB1*
MB2*
MB3*
MB4
MB5
MB6 - MB53*
MB54*
MB55*
MB56 - MB57
MB58 - MB59
MB60*
enable byte DEZ 160
pointer to failed I/O module
pointer to failed I/O module
LOW - part of monitored information or 8-bit measurands
HIGH - part of monitored information or 8-bit measurands
marker for 48 double-point information byte malposition
transfer byte for code of current double-point information
marker which monitored information had last malposition
auxiliary byte to divide double-point information into bytes
auxiliary byte for word division
count byte for real-time information from buffer
* The markers indicated in this way may under no circumstances be used in other blocks
than those defined in
PRO ® U130.
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Marker
MW1 MW41 MW81 MW121MW161MW164
MW165
MW166
MW167
Explanation
MW40*
MW80*
MW120*
MW160*
MW163
SU1 - buffer
SU2 - buffer
SD - buffer
Real-time information buffer
Check command for cancellation
Transfer word for 10-bit measurand
Transfer word for TSW command output time
1-of-n check
Error counter for 1-of-n check
T1 - T6
T17*
T18*
T19*
SU/SD interface
Command output time
Malposition suppression time
Cancel link time
Z1 - Z16
SU/SD interface
* The markers indicated in this manner may under no circumstances be used in blocks
other than those defined by
PRO ® U130.
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6.1.3
List of the Macro Files
Macro file
Meaning
ANSW.MAC
Process analog setpoint values
BEF1.MAC
1-of-n command check
BEF2.MAC
Output pulse command
BEF3.MAC
Reset pulse command
BEF4.MAC
Output 2-pole command
BEF5.MAC
Check if 2-pole command will be cancelled
BEF6.MAC
Block call for output and reset command
BEF7.MAC
Call to set error marker for command not cancelled
BEF8.MAC
Output 1 1/2 -pole command
BEF9.MAC
Reset cancelled command (header)
BEF10.MAC
Check if 1-pole command is cancelled
BEF11.MAC
1-of-n check of 2-pole pulse command
DAUERBEF.MAC
1-pole persistent command output
DAUERBE2.MAC
1 1/2 and 2-pole persistent command output
DISW.MAC
Process digital setpoint values
DOPPEL.MAC
Process double-point information with malposition suppression
ECHT.MAC
Process real-time information (process state)
ECHTPU.MAC
Process real-time information (event buffer)
FBS.MAC
Contains all function blocks
MELD.MAC
Process monitored information
MESSW8.MAC
8-bit measurand processing
MESS_GR.MAC
Measurand limit monitoring
MW16.MAC
10-bit measurand processing
SUMULTI.MAC
SU-multiplexer
T_STOER.MAC
Timer for malposition suppression
T_BEFAUS.MAC
Timer for command output time
VERKL.MAC
Timer for link time of cancelled commands
VERW.MAC
Organization information; check if module failed
ZAEHL.MAC
Counted measurand processing (pulse inputs)
ZW16.MAC
Processing of 16-bit counted measurands from DEZ 160
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6.2
The Organization Block
Note The end-of-block instruction BE is always appended automatically by PRO ® U130 after the last network. *** are the network delimiters.
01
02
03
04
05
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
U
BCC
BC
BC
BC
***
BE
SM6
PB16
PB2
PB1
PB7
Call:
Call:
Call:
Call:
Set MB1 to 255 (FFH)
Module check
SU organization
SD organization
Lines 1 and 2 are only generated if a DEZ 160 with real-time information is configured.
Line 3 is always generated.
Line 4 is only generated if data in the monitoring direction was configured.
Line 5 is only generated if data in the control direction was configured.
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6.3
The Program Blocks
Note The end-of-block instruction BE is automatically appended by
PRO ® U130 after the last network. *** are the network delimiters.
6.3.1
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
86
Program Block PB1
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
BC
***
BC
***
BC
***
BC
***
BC
***
BC
***
BC
***
BC
***
A
BCC
AN
=
***
PB3
Call: measurand processing
PB23
Call: 16-bit measurand processing
PB4
Call: Monitored information processing
PB5
Call: 8-bit measurand processing
PB6
Call: 10-bit measurand processing
PB15
Call: measurand limit monitoring
PB14
Call: double-point information processing
PB21
Call: real-time information processing
(Process state)
Enable DEZ 160?
Call: real-time information processing
(Event buffer)
M93
PB22
M93
M93
IL-Blocks and Macros
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13
:
14
:
15
:
16
:
17 NAME:
:
18
:
19
:
20
:
21 NAME:
:
22
:
23
:
24
:
25
:
26
:
27 NAME:
:
28
:
29
:
30
:
31
:
32 NAME:
:
:
A
M3
AN
M95
A
M736
BCC FB12
SU2NORM
***
AN
M3
A
M736
BCC FB1
SU1NORM
***
A
M3
A
M4
A
M95
A
M736
BCC FB2
SUECHT
***
A
M3
A
M95
AN
M4
BCC FB18
MULT-MER
***
BE
SU1 already reloaded
SU2 not yet reloaded
Acknowledgement bit SU
Call: reload SU2 buffer
SU1 not yet reloaded
Acknowledgement bit SU
Call: reload SU1 buffer
SU1 reloaded
Real-time information from buffer exists
SU2 reloaded
Acknowledgement bit SU
Call: reload real-time information SU
SU1 reloaded
SU2 reloaded
No real-time information from the buffer
Call: reset SU-multiplexer marker
Lines 1 to 17 are generated directly by PRO ® U130. The individual processing
calls are only generated if required. If, for example, no 8-bit measurands are
configured, line 4 is omitted.
If the 2nd SU is not required because only up to 40 words are to be transmitted,
lines 13 to 17 are replaced with the following instructions:
: LD
K1
:=
M95
: ***
If the acknowledgement bit M736 is set to 1, this means that KOS 130/131 has
“fetched” the last SU and the next buffer can be copied. After copying, the IL
sets the acknowledgement bit to 0.
Lines 18 to 32 are read in as a macro. (SUMULTI.MAC)
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6.3.2
Program Block PB2
01
02
03
04
LD
V0
=
M1
LD
V1
=
M2
***
LBB
M737
A
K192
TBB
M737
***
LD
V1
=
MB2
A
SM1.1
BAB FB11
VERW.M
ZEIG: MB2
***
LD
V2
=
MB2
A
SM2.1
BCC FB11
VERW.M
ZEIG: MB2
***
LD
V0
=
MB3
***
BE
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
88
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
NAME:
:
:
:
:
:
:
NAME:
:
:
:
:
:
:
IL-Blocks and Macros
Always set marker 1 to 0
Always set marker 2 to 1
Load LOW part into 1st SU word
Delete 6 least significant bits
1 for 1st I/O module location in MB2
Module error
Call: generate organization information
Pass pointer to location 1
2 for 2nd I/O module location in MB2
Module error
Call: generate organization information
Pass pointer to location 2
Delete counter for failed I/O
modules
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Macro File VERW.MAC
* Organization information Module failure
L Kx;
= MB2;
U SMx.1;
BAB FB11;
MB2;
*;
Lines 1 to 7, 20 and 21 are directly generated by PRO ® U130.
Lines 8 to 19 were generated using the macro file. The macro is copied once for
each module location assigned. The variables x are then replaced with the addresses of the slot locations.
6.3.3
Program Block PB3
01
: BC
FB3
02 NAME: ZAEHLWER
03
EIN: I1.1
04 FLA: M25
05 OUT: MW4
: ***
06
: BC
FB3
07 NAME: ZAEHLWER
08
EIN: I1.2
09 FLA: M26
10 OUT: MW5
: ***
: BE
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Call: counted measurand processing
Pass counted measurand input to FB3
Marker for edge detection
SU address in which the ZW is stored
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Macro File ZAEHL.MAC
* Counted measurands
BA FB3;
Ex.y;
Mv;
MWz;
*;
The macro file is copied to correspond to the number of counted measurands.
x.y are then replaced with the connection address. Variable v is replaced with
the contents of the edge detection counter and the counter is incremented. Variable z is replaced with the contents of the SU counter and the counter is incremented.
6.3.4
Program Block PB4
01
: LBW I1.1
02
: TBW MB56
03
: LBW I1.1
04
: TBW MB58
05
: BC
FB4
06 NAME: MELDUNG
07
INL: MB56
08
INH: MB59
09 MWSU: MW1
: ***
10
: LD
IWA2.2
11
: TBW MB56
12
: LD
V0
13
: TBW MB58
14
: BC
FB4
15 NAME: MELDUNNG
16
INL: MB57
17
INH: MB58
18 MWSU: MW2
: ***
: BE
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IL-Blocks and Macros
Load inputs 1 to 16
and save in MB56 and MB57
Load inputs 1 to 16
and save in MB58 and MB59
Call: monitored information processing
Pass inputs 1 to 8 as LOW byte
Pass inputs 9 to 16 as HIGH byte
SU address for this monitored information
Load inputs 17 to 32 of a DEZ 160
and save in MB56 and MB57
Load constant 0
and save in MB58 and MB59
Call: monitored information processing
Pass inputs 25 to 32 as LOW byte
Pass constant 0 as HIGH byte
SU address for the monitored information
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Macro File MELD.MAC
* 16 MELDUNGEN
LBW Ex.y;
TBW MB56;
LBW Ex.y;
TBW MB58;
BA FB4;
MBlh;
MBhl;
MWz;
*;
Monitored information is always assigned byte-by-byte. However, since the DEZ
160 can only read monitored information input in groups of 16 and not singly, the
inputs are always loaded word-by-word. If PRO ® U130 recognizes that the
monitored information comes from a DEZ 160, the instruction LBW E is automatically replaced with the instruction L EWA. (line 10)
Since furthermore the 16 items of monitored information of a SEAB telegram can
occur on two different modules, 2 times 16 inputs are always loaded and assigned to 4 marker bytes. (lines 1 to 4 and 10 to 13)
Depending on which inputs are to be assigned to the SU word, the marker bytes
MB56 to MB59 are passsed to the function block. MB56 or MB57 are always assigned to the LOW byte and MB58 or MB59 are always assigned to the HIGH
byte of the SU. MB56 and MB58 always contain the first 8 assigned inputs and
MB57 and MB59 always contain the last 8 assigned inputs (lines 7, 8, 16 and
17).
If only 8 items of monitored information are left over at the end for a SU word,
the 2nd instruction LBW E is replaced with the instruction L K0, so that the HIGH
byte in the SU word is set to zero (line 12).
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6.3.5
Program Block PB5
01
:
02 NAME:
03
INL:
04
INH:
05 INKE:
06 MWSU:
:
07
:
08 NAME:
09
INL:
10
INH:
11 INKE:
13 MWSU:
:
:
BA
FB5
MESS8
IWA1.1 Pass
IWA1.2 Pass
M1
MW1
***
BA
FB5
MESS8
IWA1.3 Pass
IWA1.3 Pass
M2
MW2
***
BE
Call: 8-bit measurand processing
1st measurand input as LOW byte
2nd measurand input as HIGH byte
Pass the value 0
Pass SU address
3rd measurand input as LOW byte
3rd measurand input as HIGH byte
Pass the value 1
Pass SU address
Macro File MESS8.MAC
* 8-bit measurands
BA FB5;
EWAx.y;
EWAx.y;
M1;
MWz;
*;
A SEAB telegram comprises two 8-bit measurands. For this reason, 2 measurand inputs are passed to function block 2 for processing. (lines 3, 4, 9 and 10)
If 2 measurand inputs exist, marker M1 is passed as a code. M1 is always set to
0. (line 5)
If only 1 measurand input exists, it is passed twice and PRO ® U130 replaces
the marker M1 with M2. M2 is always set to 1. (line 11)
The HIGH byte is set to 0 in the function block by passing the value 1.
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6.3.6
Program Block PB6
01
:
02 NAME:
03 MESS:
04 MWSU:
:
05
:
06 NAME:
07 MESS:
08 MWSU:
:
:
BA
FB19
Call: limit measurand to + 1000
MESSW_16
IWA1.1 Pass 1st measurand input
MW1
Pass SU address
***
BA
FB19
MESSW_16
IWA1.2
MW2
***
BE
Macro File MW16.MAC
* 16-bit measurands
BA FB19;
EWAx.y;
MWz;
*;
The individual measurand inputs and the SU addresses are passed to the function block for further processing.
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6.3.7
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
94
Program Block PB7
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A
M 0.735
BCC PB 10
***
A
M90
BCC PB19
***
A
M 0.94
TS
T 0.19
LD
K2
AN
M 0.5
R
T 0.19
=
M 0.91
***
A
M 0.5
TEP
T 0.17
LD
TSW 0.17
A
M 0.91
R
T 0.17
=
M 0.5
***
AN
M5
A
M89
A
M90
AN
M94
BCC PB18
A
M5
=
M89
***
AN
M5
BCC PB11
AN
M5
BCC PB13
***
LD
K0
=
M 0.735
***
BE
IL-Blocks and Macros
Acknowledgement bit SD: 1 = new SD
Call: SD processing
1 = cancelled command executing
Call: cancellation check
1 = return information arrived
Cancel link time basis 100 msec
0 = command is reset, reset timer
Cancel link time expired
1 = command executing
Timer-setpoint value
1 = cancel link time expired
Reset timer
0 = reset command
0 = command was reset
1 = command output in last IL scan
1 = cancelled command
0 = command was not cancelled
Call: set error marker
Edge detection command output
0 = command should be reset
Call: delete SD memory
Call: output SD memory
Reset acknowledgement bit SD
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Macro File VERKL.MAC
* Link time for cancelled commands
U M94;
SS T19;
L Kt;
UN M5;
R T19;
= M91;
*;
Macro File T_BEFAUS.MAC
* Timer for command output time
U M5;
SV T17;
L TSW17;
U M91;
R T17;
= M5;
*;
Macro File BEF6.MAC
* Call: output and reset command (output time )
UN M5;
BABPB11;
UN M5;
BABPB13;
*;
Macro File BEF7.MAC
* Error code for cancelled commands
UN M5;
U M89;
U M90;
UN M94;
BABPB18;
U M5;
= M89;
*;
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IL-Blocks and Macros
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Lines 1 to 4 are directly generated by PRO ® U130. The macro VERKL.MAC is
read in for lines 5 to 10. Variable t is replaced with the cancel link time.
Macros T_BEFAUS.MAC, BEF7.MAC and BEF6.MAC are read in for lines 11 to
27.
Lines 28 and 29 are again directly generated by PRO ® U130.
Note Lines 3 to 10 and 17 to 23 are only generated if actively cancelled commands are configured.
6.3.8
01
02
03
04
Program Block PB8
:
:
:
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:
:
LD
TBW
***
LD
TBW
***
BE
MW 0.84
Q 4.17
MW 0.85
Q 5.1
Load word from SD buffer
and output binary coded at outputs 17 - 32
of the 4th I/O module
Load word from SD buffer
and output binary coded at outputs 1 - 16
of the 5th I/O module
Macro File DISW.MAC
* Digital setpoint values
L MWs;
TBWAx.y;
*;
Variable s is replaced with the contents of the SD buffer counter. The counter is
then incremented. Variables x.y are replaced with the 1st of 16 outputs. The setpoint value is output here.
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6.3.9
01
02
03
04
Program Block PB9
:
:
:
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:
:
LD
=
***
LD
=
***
BE
MW 0.86
QWA 2.1
Load word from SD buffer
and output to analog output
MW 0.87
QWA 2.2
* Analog output
L MWs;
= AWAx.y;
*;
Variable s is replaced with the contents of the SD buffer counter. The counter is
then incremented. Variables x.y are replaced with the address of the analog value output.
6.3.10
Program Block PB10
01
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02 NAME:
:
03
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06
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07
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BC
FB 7
SD-UMSP
***
BC
PB 8
***
BC
PB 9
***
AN
M 0.5
BCC PB 12
***
BC
PB 24
***
BE
Call: reload SD-buffer
Call: digital setpoint value output
Call: analog setpoint value output
0 = at present no command output
Call: 1-of-n check for commands
Call: check for persistent commands
The whole block is directly generated by PRO ® U130. Lines 3 to 7 are only
generated if the corresponding data type is configured.
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6.3.11
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
Program Block PB11
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LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
***
LD
=
***
LD
=
***
BE
V0
M 0.5
V0
M 0.90
V0
M 0.91
V0
M 0.94
V0
MW 0.167
Reset command output marker
Reset the
error counter for 1-of-n
V0
MW 0.81
Reset SD buffer
Commands 1 to 16
V0
MW 0.82
Reset SD buffer
Commands 17 to 32
Macro File BEF9.MAC
* Reset cancelled command (header)
L K0;
= M5;
L K0;
= M90;
L K0;
= M91;
L K0;
= M94;
L K0;
= MW167;
*;
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Macro File BEF3.MAC
* Reset SD buffer
L K0;
= MWs;
*;
Lines 1 to 10 are read from the macro file BEF9.MAC. The macro BEF3.MAC is
copied once for each 16 commands. Variable s is replaced with the contents of
the SD buffer counter and the counter is incremented by 1.
6.3.12
Program Block PB12
1-of-n command output check for 1-pole commands or 1 1/2-pole commands with 16 group contacts.
01
: LD
V0
Set reset marker for command output timer
02
:=
M 0.91
to 0
: ***
03
: LD
V3
Load value for timer setpoint value (300 msec) in
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
21
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:
NAME:
INPU:
OUTP:
BEFT:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
=
MW 0.165
LD
MW 0.81
=
MW 0.161
BC
FB 10
UP1AUSN
MW 0.161
MW 0.167
MW 0.165
LD
MW 0.167
GT
V1
BCC PB 11
LD
MW 0.167
EQ
V1
=
M 0.5
NOP
NOP
NOP
NOP
***
transfer marker word
Load commands 1 to 16 in transfer word
Call: 1-of-n check
Pass command word
Pass error counter for 1-of-n check
Pass timer setpoint value
Load error counter
0 = no command, 1 = ok, >1 = error
Call: delete SD buffer
Load error counter
1 = ok,
Set marker for command output
IL-Blocks and Macros
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22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
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NAME:
INPU:
OUTP:
BEFT:
:
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41
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100
LD
K 300
=
MW 0.165
LD
MW 0.82
=
MW 0.161
BC
FB 10
UP1AUSN
MW 0.161
MW 0.167
MW 0.165
LD
MW 0.167
GT
V1
BCC PB 11
LD
MW 0.167
EQ
V1
=
M 0.5
LD
MW 0.161
NE
K0
O
M 0.90
=
M 0.90
***
BC
PB 13
***
BE
IL-Blocks and Macros
Load value for timer setpoint value (30 sec) in
transfer word
Load commands 17 - 32 in transfer word
Call: 1-of-n check
Load transfer word for commands 17 - 32
Not equal to 0 = command entered
or marker for cancelled command already
set; enter result in M90
Call: output command
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Macro File BEF1.MAC
* Check command 1-of-n
L Kt;
= MW165;
L MWs;
= MW161;
BA FB10;
MW 161;
MW167;
MW165;
L MW167;
GR K1;
BABPBbl;
L MW167;
G K1;
= M5;
L MW161;
UGL K0;
O M90;
= M90;
*;
Lines 1, 2 and 41 are directly generated by PRO ® U130.
Lines 3 to 40 are generated by copying the macro file BEF1.MAC twice.
A pulse command or persistent command is processed in lines 3 to 21. Instructions 18 to 21 therefore are overwritten by NOPs because they are only required
by actively cancelled commands.
Variable t is replaced by the output time configured for this command group
(pulse command). The trailer time is entered for persistent commands and the
cancel supervise time is entered for actively cancelled commands. Constants
cannot be directly passed to the function blocks. Therefore the timer setpoint value must be loaded into a marker word (MW165).
Variable s is replaced with the contents of the SD counter, which is incremented
after each allocation.
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IL-Blocks and Macros
101
If the value of the marker word MW167 is equal to 0 after the function block
FB10 has been processed, this means that no command is entered in the
passed SD word.
The function block FB10 actually only carries out a 1-of-16 check. The individual
bits 20 to 215 are checked sequentially for 1. The error counter word MW167 is
incremented each time it does not agree. Since the MW167 keeps its value and
is passed each time FB10 is called, a 1-of-n check is automatically implemented.
The MW167 is only set to 0 if a command which is executing is reset. This prevents a second command sent by the master station in a correct telegram from
being output during execution.
If an error occurs (MW167 greater than 1), the program block PB11, which deletes all the command words in the SD buffer, is called.
1-of-n command output check command for 2-pole commands or 11/2-pole
commands with 8 group contacts
01
: LD
V0
Set reset marker for command output timer
02
:=
M 0.91
time to 0
: ***
03
: LD
MW81
Transport SD buffer word in bytes
04
: TBW MB4
MB4 and MB5
05
: LD
V0
MB5 = Fade out HIGH byte
06
:=
MB5
07
: LBW MB4
Load MB4 and MB5 as word and
08
:=
MW161
assign marker word MW161
09
: LD
V 30
Load value for timer setpoint value (3 sec) in
10
= MW 0.165
transfer marker word
11
: BC
FB 10
Call: 1-of-n check
12 NAME: 1UP1AUSN
13 INPU: MW 0.161
Pass command word
14 OUTP: MW 0.167
Pass error counter for 1-of-n check
15 BEFT: MW 0.165
Pass timer setpoint value
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16
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18
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25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
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38
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40
41
42
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45
46
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48
49
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NAME:
INPU:
OUTP:
BEFT:
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Ld
MW 0.167
GT
V1
BCC PB 11
LD
MW 0.167
EQ
V1
=
M 0.5
NOP
NOP
NOP
NOP
***
LD
MW81
TBW MB4
LD
V0
=
MB4
LBW MB4
=
MW161
LD
V 300
=
MW 0.165
BC
FB 10
UP1AUSN
MW 0.161
MW 0.167
MW 0.165
LD
MW 0.167
GT
V1
BCC PB 11
LD
MW 0.167
EQ
V1
=
M 0.5
LD
MW 0.161
NE
V0
O
M 0.90
=
M 0.90
***
BC
PB 13
***
BE
Load error counter
0 = no command, 1 = ok, >1 = error
Call: delete SD buffer
Load error counter
1 = ok,
Set marker for command output
Transport SD buffer word in bytes
MB4 and MB5
MB4 = fade out LOW byte
Load MB4 and MB5 as word and
assign marker word MW161
Load value for timer setpoint value (30 sec) in
transfer word
Load transfer word for commands 9 - 16
Not equal to 0 = enter command
or marker for cancelled command already
set; enter result in M90
Call: output command
IL-Blocks and Macros
103
Macro File BEF11.MAC
* 2-pole command output
L MWs;
TBWMB4;
L K0;
= MBlh;
LBWMB4;
= MW161;
L Kt;
= MW165;
BA FB10;
MW161;
MW167;
MW165;
L MW167;
GR K1;
BABPBbl;
L MW167;
G K1;
= M5;
L MW161;
UGL K0;
O M90;
= M90;
*;
Commands with different command output times or processing types can be
contained in an SD-word with 2-pole commands and 11/2-pole commands with 8
group contacts.
The SD-word is assigned to marker bytes MB4 and MB5 and during generating
the variable lh is replaced with the byte to be faded out.
Commands 1 to 8 are processed in the 2nd network (lines 3 to 25) as pulse
commands or persistent commands with an execution time of 3 seconds.
Coommands 9 to 16 are processed in the 3rd network (lines 26 to 48) as actively cancelled commands with a cancel supervision time of 30 seconds.
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6.3.13
Program Block PB13
The commands are output to the module outputs in program block PB13. Depending on the command type selected, it is generated using the macro files
BEF2.MAC, BEF4.MAC or BEF8.MAC.
All command words from the SD buffer are output to the corresponding outputs.
A check in PB12 ensures that more than one bit is never set. Therefore more
than one command cannot be output, even if all the command words are output
simultaneously.
This means: for 1-pole commands, 1 output is set to 1, for 1 1/2-pole and 2-pole
commands 2 outputs are set to 1.
Output 1-pole commands
01
: LD
MW 0.81
02
: TBW Q 4.1
: ***
03
: LD
MW 0.82
04
: TBW Q 4.17
: ***
05
: LD
MW 0.83
06
: TBW Q 5.1
: ***
: BE
Load word from SD buffer
and output to outputs 1 - 16 of the 4th I/O
module
Macro File BEF2.MAC
* Output command
L MWs;
TBWAx.y;
*;
Variable s is replaced with the contents of the SD buffer counter. The counter is
then incremented. Variables x.y are replaced with the calculated module connections.
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IL-Blocks and Macros
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Output 11/2-pole
01
: LD
02
: TBW
03
: LD
04
: TBW
05
: LD
06
: GT
07
:=
: ***
08
: LD
09
: TBW
10
: LD
11
: TBW
12
: LD
13
: GT
14
:=
: ***
15
: LD
16
: TBW
17
: LD
18
: TBW
19
: LD
20
: GT
21
:=
: ***
: BE
commands
MW 0.81
MB 4
MB 4
Q1.9
MB4
V0
Q1.1
Load word from SD buffer
Assign to MB4 and MB5
Load the LOW byte and
output to outputs 9 - 16
If the output byte is greater
than 0,
set corresponding group contact to 1
MW 0.81
MB 4
MB 5
Q2.1
MB5
V0
Q1.2
Load word from SD buffer
Assign to MB4 and MB5
Load the HIGH byte and
output to outputs 1 - 8
MW 0.82
MB 4
MB 4
Q2.9
MB5
V0
Q1.3
Load word from SD buffer
Assign to MB4 and MB5
Load the LOW byte and
output to outputs 9 - 16
Macro File BEF8.MAC
* Output 1.5-pole command
L MWs;
TBWMB4;
L MBlh;
TBBAx.y;
L MBlh;
GR K0;
= Ax.y;
*;
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For 11/2-pole commands, output to the individual networks is bytewise since 8
commands are always assigned to a common group contact. Therefore the SD
buffer word is assigned to two bytes. Variable lh is replaced alternately with 4 or
5 per network so that the LOW byte and the HIGH byte are each output once.
Variables x.y are replaced with the calculated module connections and variable s
is assigned the contents of the SD buffer counter. However, this time the counter
is only incremented with every second assignment.
In the first network (lines 1 to 7), commands 1 to 8, which are contained in the
LOW byte of the first SD buffer word, are processed.
The 2nd network (lines 8 to 14) processes commands 9 to 16 in the HIGH byte
of the 1st SD buffer word.
The 3rd network (lines 15 to 21) processes commands 17 to 24 in the LOW byte
of the 2nd SD buffer word.
Lines 5 to 7, 12 to 14 and 19 to 21 are used to check whether a bit is set in the
corresponding output byte. If this is the case, i.e. the result is 1, this 1 is assigned to the output of the group contact.
Output 2-pole commands
01
: LD
MW 0.81
02
: TBW MB 4
03
: LD
MB 4
04
: TBW Q1.1
05
: LD
MB 4
06
: TBB
Q1.9
: ***
07
: LD
MW 0.81
08
: TBW MB 4
09
: LD
MB 5
10
: TBW Q2.1
11
: LD
MB 5
12
: TBB
Q2.9
: ***
21
Load word from SD buffer
Assign to MB4 and MB5
Load the LOW byte and
output the outputs 1 - 8
Load the LOW byte and
output the outputs 9 - 16
Load word from SD buffer
Assign to MB4 and MB5
Load the HIGH byte and
output the outputs 1 - 8
Load the HIGH byte and
output the outputs 9 - 16
IL-Blocks and Macros
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13
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LD
TBW
LD
TBW
LD
TBB
***
BE
MW 0.82
MB 4
MB 4
Q3.1
MB 4
Q3.9
Load word from SD buffer
Assign to MB4 and MB5
Load the LOW byte and
output the outputs 1 - 8
Load the LOW byte and
output to outputs 9 - 16
Macro File BEF4.MAC
* Output 2-pole commands
L MWs;
TBWMB 0.4;
L MBlh;
TBBAx.y;
L MBlh;
TBBAx.y;
*;
Output to the individual networks is bytewise since 8 commands can always be
output 2-pole per DAP 103. The SD buffer word is assigned to two bytes. In the
individual networks, variable lh is alternately replaced with 4 (LOW byte) or 5
(HIGH byte). The corresponding byte is output in each network once at the upper and once at the lower 8 outputs. Variable s is replaced with the contents of
the SD buffer counter. The counter is incremented after every second assignment.
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6.3.14
Program Block PB14
01
02
03
04
LD
V0
=
M 0.6
LD
V0
=
M 0.7
***
LBW E 3.17
TBW MB 0.56
LD
V0
=
MB 0.4
BC
FB 8
DOPPELM
MB 0.56
MB 0.6
MB 0.4
LD
MB 0.6
EQ
V0
O
M 0.8
BCC FB 9
DM-UMSP
MB 0.56
M 0.1
MW 0.1
MB 0.6
***
LD
IWA 6.1
TBW MB 0.56
LD
V4
=
MB 0.4
BC
FB 8
DOPPELM
MB 0.57
MB 0.7
MB 0.4
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07
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08
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09
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10 NAME:
11
IN:
12 DMNR:
13 DMMB:
14
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15
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16
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17
:
18 NAME:
19
IN:
20 INKE:
21 MWSU:
22 MERK:
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28 NAME:
29
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30 DMNR:
31 DMMB:
21
Reset marker for malposition timer
start
Reset marker for malposition timer
stop
Load inputs 17 - 32 from DAP 112
Assign to MB56 and MB57
Load double-point information code in MB4
Call: check malposition
LOW byte = transfer inputs 17 - 24
Transfer double-point information marker byte
Transfer double-point information code
If double-point information marker byte
is equal to 0,
or the timer has expired
then call: reload DM
Pass double-point information
M1 means: DM in LOW byte of SU word
Transfer SU buffer word
Transfer double-point information marker byte
Load inputs 1 - 16 from DEZ 160
Assign and MB56 and MB57
Transfer HIGH byte (input) 9 - 16
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32
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35
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36 NAME:
37
IN:
38 INKE:
39 MWSU:
40 MERK:
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41
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47
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49
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LD
MB 0.7
EQ
V0
O
M 0.8
BCC FB 9
DM-UMSP
MB 0.57
M 0.2
MW 0.1
MB 0.7
***
A
M 0.6
TS
T 0.18
LD
V 200
A
M 0.7
R
T 0.18
=
M 0.8
A
M 0.7
O
M 0.8
=
M 0.8
***
BE
Transfer double-point information
M2 means: DM in HIGH part of SU word
SU buffer word
M6 = 1 starts the timer
Malposition suppression time x 100 msec
M7 = 1 = timer reset
Output timer
If timer reset = 1,
then the timer output is also timer output 1
Macro File DOPPEL.MAC
* Double-point information with malposition suppression
LBWEx.y;
TBWMB 0.56;
L K k;
= MB 0.4;
BA FB 8;
MB 0.lh;
MB 0.m;
MB 0.4;
L MB m;
G K 0;
O M 0.8;
BABFB 9;
MB 0.lh;
M t;
MW z;
MB m;
*;
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Macro File T_STOER.MAC
* Timer for malposition suppression
U M6;
SS T18;
L Kt;
U M7;
R T18;
= M8;
U M7;
O M8;
= M8;
*;
BE ;
$;
The markers which start or stop the malposition timer are reset in lines 1 to 4. If
a malposition is recognized, marker M6 is set to 1 and thus starts the timer in
the last network. If the malposition no longer occurs, marker M7 is set to 1 and
thus stops the timer in the lst network. If the timer has expired or stopped, the
monitored information is entered in the SU buffer.
The monitored information is always loaded as one word and then divided into 2
bytes (MB56 and MB57). This is necessary because data can only be read
wordwise from the DEZ 160. Either MB56 or MB57 is transferred to the function
block, depending on whether the LOW or HIGH byte is to be processed.
Each byte contains 4 x 2 items of monitored information which are to be
checked for malposition. Every second group has a code from 0 to n. The code
for the first group within the information byte is passed to the function block. The
first information byte contains groups 0, 1, 2 and 3, so that a 0 is transferred.
The second information byte contains groups 4 to 8, so that the 4 is transferred,
etc. The code is required to determine which malposition last started the timer,
because the timer may only be reset when this malposition no longer exists.
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In order to determine whether a malposition was recognized, a double-point information byte exists parallel to each monitored information byte. This is necessary so that the same malposition does not start the timer for the suppression
time again in the next IL scan. A bit is reserved in this marker byte for each
group of two. The corresponding bit is set as soon as a malposition is recognized.
After the function block FB8 has been called, there is a check whether the double-point information marker byte is 0. 0 means that no bit is set, i.e. there is no
malposition. If this is the case or if the timer for the suppression time has expired
(marker M8 = 1), the monitoerd information in the function block FB9 is reloaded.
The monitored information byte, the SU buffer word and the double-point information marker byte are transferred to the function block FB9. The marker byte is
reset in the FB and the monitored information byte is entered in the SU word. If
marker M1 is transferred to the FB, the monitored information is entered in the
LOW byte of the SU word; if marker M2 is transferred, it is entered in the HIGH
byte. M1 is always set to 0 and M2 is always set to 1.
Lines 1 to 4 are directly generated by PRO ® U130. Lines 5 to 40 are generated using the macro DOPPEL.MAC and lines 41 to 49 using macro T_STOER.MAC. The command LBW E is replaced with the command L EWA if the
double-point information comes from a DEZ 160. See line 23.
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6.3.15
Program Block PB15
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
LD
V 1000
=
MW 161
LD
V 100
=
MW 162
LD
V1
=
MW 163
BC
FB 6
GRENZW.
M2
IWA 5.1
MW 161
MW 162
MW 36
MW 163
***
LD
V -1000
=
MW 161
LD
V 100
=
MW162
LD
V2
=
MW 163
BC
FB 6
GRENZW.
M1
IWA 5.1
MW 161
MW 162
MW 36
MW 163
***
BE
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
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NAME:
KENN:
EING:
GREN:
HYST:
MELD:
BIT:
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NAME:
KENN:
EING:
GREN:
HYST:
MELD:
BIT:
:
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Assign upper limit for marker word MW161
Assign hysterese for marker word MW162
Load value for 1st bit set in marker word
MW163
Call: limit monitoring
Transfer code for upper limit
measurand input
Transfer upper limit
Transfer hysterese
Transfer SU word for virtual information
Transfer information bit
Assign lower limit for marker word MW161
Load value for 2nd bit set in marker word
MW163
Code for lower limit
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Macro File MESS_GR.MAC
* Measurand limit monitoring
L K gr;
= MW 0.161;
L K hy;
= MW 0.162;
L K bit;
= MW 0.163;
BA FB6;
M 0.1;
EWA x.y;
MW 0.161;
MW 0.162;
MW z;
MW 0.163;
*;
The upper limit for the measurand EWA 5.1 is monitored in the first network. The
lower limit for this measurand is monitored in the second network.
The constants for the limits, the hysterese and the information bit must be
loaded in MW since it is not possible to transfer constants to FBs (lines 1 to 6
and 15 to 20).
Marker M1 is always set to 0 and marker M2 to 1 in PB2. These markers (target
9 and 23) tell the function block whether the upper or lower limit is to be monitored. M2 = upper limit, M1 = lower limit.
Virtual information for 8 measurands can be stored in one word of monitored information = 16 bits. One word of monitored information is required for the upper
and one for the lower limit. The value of the monitored information bits to be set
in the SU buffer word (lines 13 and 27) when the limit is reached is passed to
the function block (lines 14 and 28). 1st bit = 20 = 1, 2nd bit = 21 = 2 etc.
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6.3.16
01
02
Program Block PB16
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LD
=
***
BE
K 255
MB 0.1
The PB16 is directly generated by PRO ® U130. It is only executed in the 1st
IL scan and sets the enable byte for the DEZ 160 to 255 (FFH).
Real-time information is requested from the DEZ 160 by resetting the corresponding bits. DEZ 160 at location 1 = 1st bit, DEZ 160 at location 5 = 5th bit
etc.
The real-time information may only be requested when the DEZ 160 has synchronized itself. The enable bit must be set to 255 (FFH) in the first IL scan because it is 0 after a cold restart.
6.3.17
01
02
Program Block PB18
:
:
:
:
LD
=
***
BE
K1
M92
The block PB18 is called when a command to be cancelled has not had return
information. The error marker for cancelled commands is set to 1 in PB18. The
block is directly generated by PRO ® U130.
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6.3.18
Program Block PB19
Check command for cancellation for 1-pole commands and 11/2--pole commands with 16 group contacts
01
: LBW Q 7.1
Load 16 outputs and
02
:=
MW 0.161 assign to MW161
03
: LBW I 7.1
Load 16 inputs and
04
:=
MW 0.162 assign to MW162
05
: LD
MW 0.161 If result of logical UND
06
:A
MW 0.162 on outputs and inputs
07
: NE
V0
is not equal to NULL, then
08
: BCC PB 20
call: command is cancelled
: ***
: BE
Macro File BEF10.MAC
* Check command for cancellation 1-pole
LBWAx.y;
= MW161;
LBWEx.y;
= MW162;
L MW161;
U MW162;
UGL K0;
BABPB 20;
*;
The 16 outputs and 16 inputs are assigned to two marker words and checked for
agreement with a logical UND. If the result of the UND operation is greater than
NULL, the return information has arrived and the command can be cancelled after expiration of the link time.
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Check command for cancellation for 2-pole commands and 11/2-pole commands with 8 group contacts
01
: LBB
Q 1.9
Load 8 outputs and
02
:=
MB 56
assign to MB56
03
: LBB
I 1.9
Load 8 inputs and
04
:=
MB 57
assign to MB57
05
: LD
MB 56
If result of logical UND on
06
:A
MB 57
outputs and inputs is
07
: NE
K0
not equal to NULL, then
08
: BCC PB 20
call: command is cancelled
: ***
: BE
Macro File BEF5.MAC
* Check command for cancellation 2-pole
LBBAx.y;
= MB56;
LBBEx.y;
= MB57;
L MB56;
U MB57;
UGL K0;
BABPB 20;
*;
The 8 outputs and 8 inputs are assigned to two marker bytes and checked for
agreement with a logical UND. If the result of the UND operation is greater than
NULL, the return information has arrived and the command can be cancelled after expiration of the link time.
Program Block PB20
01
: LD
K1
02
:=
M94
: ***
: BE
Block PB20 is directly generated by PRO-U130. It is called whenever the return
information for an actively cancelled command arrives. The switched-on marker
for the link time is set to 1 here.
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6.3.19
Program Block PB21
01
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03 NAME:
03
IN:
05 INKE:
04 MWSU:
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05
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06 NAME:
07
IN:
07 INKE:
08 MWSU:
:
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BC
FB 13
EZM-PROZ
IWA 1.1
M 0.1
MW1
***
BC
FB 13
EZM-PROZ
IWA 1.2
M 0.2
MW2
***
BE
Call: Process the process state of the
real-time information
Transfer monitored information 1 - 16
Code for 16 items of real-time information
SU buffer address
Code for 8 items of real-time information
Macro File ECHT.MAC
* Real-time information for process states
BA FB 13;
EWA x.y;
M 0.1;
MWz;
*;
The current process state of the inputs of a DEZ 160 is transferred to the input
words EWA 1.1 (input 1 - 16) and EWA 1.2 (input 17 - 32). The input word to be
processed and the SU buffer word are calculated and transferred to the function
block FB13. Marker M1 is set as a code that both the LOW byte and the HIGH
byte contain real-time information. If only the LOW byte contains real-time information, marker M2 is passed as code. The generator replaces the command M
0.1 with M 0.2.
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6.3.20
Program Block PB22
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
LD
V0
=
M 0.9
LD
IWA 1.11
A
V 128
EQ
V 128
=
M 0.10
LD
MB 0.60
LT
V 11
=
M 0.11
A
M 0.10
A
M 0.11
BCC FB 14
EZM-PU
IWA 1.11
IWA 1.12
IWA 1.13
MB 0.60
M 0.2
LD
IWA 1.14
A
V 128
EQ
V 128
A
M 0.9
BCC FB 14
EZM-PU
IWA 1.14
IWA 1.15
IWA 1.16
MB 0.60
M 0.2
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NAME:
IN1:
IN2:
IN3:
ZBYT:
MERK:
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NAME:
IN2:
IN2:
IN3:
ZBYT:
MERK:
Set marker M9 to NULL
Load 1st status word EZM
Check if bit 27 is set
Result in marker M10
Load counter byte for EZM buffer,
and check whether the contents are less than 11
Result in marker M11
Real-time information present,
Enough space in buffer
Call: EZM-processing
Transfer status word
Transfer real-time information
Transfer exact time
Transfer EZM buffer counter byte
Transfer constant 1
Load 2nd status word EZM
Check if bit 27 is set
M9 = 1 if 1st EZM was reloaded
Call: EZM processing
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30
: LD
V 254
31
:=
MB 0.56
32
: LD
IWA 1.11
33
:O
IWA 1.14
34
:A
V 128
35
: EQ
V0
36
: AN
SM1.2
37
:O
M 0.9
38
: BCC FB 15
39 NAME: DEZ-FR
40 RSET: MB 0.56
41 MB1: MB 0.1
: ***
42
: LD
MB60
43
: GT
V0
44
:=
M4
45
: ***
46
: BE
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IL-Blocks and Macros
Set bit 20 to 0, set all other
bits to 1
If in the 1st and 2nd EZM-status words
bit 27 is not set,
and the DEZ 160 is functioning properly,
or if the EZM was reloaded,
then call: enable DEZ 160
1st bit in MB56 = 0 for DEZ 160 at location 1
Enable byte DEZ 160
If the counter byte is greater than NULL,
i.e. EZM exists,
marker M4 is set to 1
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Macro File ECHTPU.MAC
* Real-time information from the buffer
L K 0;
= M 0.9;
L EWA x.11;
U K 128;
G K 128;
= M 0.10;
L MB 0.60;
KL K 11;
= M 0.11;
U M 0.10;
U M 0.11;
BABFB 14;
EWA x.11;
EWA x.12;
EWA x.13;
MB 0.60;
M 0.2;
L EWA x.14;
U K 128;
G K 128;
U M 0.9;
BABFB 14;
EWA x.14;
EWA x.15;
EWA x.16;
MB 0.60;
M 0.2;
L K k;
= MB 0.56;
L EWA x.11;
O EWA x.14;
U K 128;
G K 0;
UN SMx.2;
O M 0.9;
BABFB 15;
MB 0.56;
MB 0.1;
*;
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A maximum of 2 items of real-time information can be read from each DEZ 160
in one IL scan. The first EZM lies in the EWA x.12, the corresponding exact time
in the EWA x.13 and the status word in EWA x.11. The second EZM lies in EWA
x.15, the exact time in EWA x.16 and the status word in EWA x.14. Bit 27 in the
status word shows whether an EZM exists or not in the subsequent word. If the
bit is set, this means that the EZM exists. (lines 3 to 6 and 19 to 21)
A maximum of 13 EZM can be written in the buffer. The EZM-processing is only
called if at least 2 EZM can be entered in the SU real-time buffer (lines 7-9). If
this is not the case, the DEZ 160 is not enabled until the buffer is empty.
The 2nd EZM is only processed if the 1st EZM already is entered in the SD realtime buffer. This is true if the marker M9 = 1 (line 22).
If the EZM have been reloaded (M9 = 1) or if no EZM are present in this IL scan
(bit 27 in both status words = 0), the DEZ 160 processed in this network are enabled.
The DEZ 160 are enabled by resetting the corresponding bits in the marker byte
MB1. For DEZ 160 at location 1 the 1st bit, for DEZ 160 at location 2 the 2nd bit
etc. (lines 30, 31 and 40).
The last network contains a check whether EZM are entered in the SU real-time
buffer. If this is the case, the marker M4 is set to 1 (lines 42 to 44). Marker M4
informs the SU multiplexer that EZM exist and must be reloaded. This last network is directly generated by PRO ® U130.
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6.3.21
01
02
03
04
Program Block PB23
:
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:
:
:
LD
=
***
LD
=
***
BE
IWA 6.3
MW 0.8
IWA 6.4
MW 0.9
Macro File ZW16.MAC
* 16-bit counted measurand from the DEZ 160
L EWAx.y;
= MWz;
*;
The counted measurands are read by the DEZ 160 starting with EWAX.3 and
assigned to the SU buffer word. Variable x is replaced with the slot location of
the module, Variable y is replaced with 3 to 16, depending on the number of
configured counted measurands. Variable z is replaced with the contents of the
SU buffer counter and the counter is then incremented.
6.3.22
Program Block PB24
Check whether persistent commands should still be output, for 1-pole
commands and 11/2-pole commands with 16 group contacts.
01
: BC
FB 16
02 NAME: DAUERBE1
03 MWSD: MW 0.82
04 AUS: Q 5.17
: ***
: BE
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Macro File DAUERBEF.MAC
* Check whether a persistent command should still be output
BA FB16;
MWs;
Ax.y;
*;
Variable s is replaced with the contents of the SD buffer counter and the counter
is then incremented. Variables x.y are replaced with the calculated connection
addresses. The buffer word and the module outputs are passed to function block
FB 16 for checking.
Check whether persistent commands should still be output, for 2-pole
commmands and 1 1/2-pole commands with 8 group contacts.
01
: LD
MW 81
02
: TBW MB 4
03
BC
FB 16
04 NAME: DAUERBE1
05 MWSD: MW 0.82
06 AUS Q 5.17
: ***
: BE
Macro File DAUERBE2.MAC
* Check whether 2-pole or 11/2-pole persistent command is still present
L MWs;
TBWMB4;
BA FB17;
MBlh;
Ax.y;
*;
The commands are checked here bytewise and not wordwise since commands
from a SD buffer word are output divided into 2 modules. The buffer word is assigned to the marker bytes MB4 and MB5 in lines 1 and 2. Marker byte MB4 or
MB5 is transferred to the function block, depending on whether the LOW byte or
the HIGH byte is to be checked.
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6.4
The Function Blocks
The function blocks are all in the macro file FBS.MAC. They contain no variables
which must be replaced by the generator.
All the function blocks are written to the file USTx.AWL, whether or not they are
required. This does not cause an unnecessarily large instruction list since only
those blocks which are called are linked during PC* linkage with Dolog AKF ®
A030/A130.
6.4.1
NAME
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Function Block FB1
:SU1NORM
***
LD
V0
=
M 0.751
LD
V0
=
M 0.752
LD
MW 0.1
TBW M 0.753
LD
MW 0.2
TBW M 0.769
LD
MW 0.3
TBW M 0.785
LD
MW 0.4
TBW M 0.801
LD
MW 0.5
TBW M 0.817
LD
MW 0.6
TBW M 0.833
LD
MW 0.7
TBW M 0.849
LD
MW 0.8
TBW M 0.865
LD
MW 0.9
=
TAW 0.1
LD
MW 0.10
=
TAW 0.2
The two most significant bits
in the 1st SU word (organization information)
are set to 00
The SU1 buffer from marker word
MW1 to MW40 is loaded into
SU memory
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LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
MW 0.11
TAW 0.3
MW 0.12
TAW 0.4
MW 0.13
TAW 0.5
MW 0.14
TAW 0.6
MW 0.15
TAW 0.7
MW 0.16
TAW 0.8
MW 0.17
TAW 0.9
MW 0.18
TAW 0.10
MW 0.19
TAW 0.11
MW 0.20
TAW 0.12
MW 0.21
TAW 0.13
MW 0.22
TAW 0.14
MW 0.23
TAW 0.15
MW 0.24
TAW 0.16
MW 0.25
CAW 0.1
MW 0.26
CAW 0.2
MW 0.27
CAW 0.3
MW 0.28
CAW 0.4
MW 0.29
CAW 0.5
MW 0.30
CAW 0.6
MW 0.31
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=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
***
LD
=
LD
=
***
A
=
LD
=
***
BE
CAW 0.7
MW 0.32
CAW 0.8
MW 0.33
CAW 0.9
MW 0.34
CAW 0.10
MW 0.35
CAW 0.11
MW 0.36
CAW 0.12
MW 0.37
CAW 0.13
MW 0.38
CAW 0.14
MW 0.39
CAW 0.15
MW 0.40
CAW 0.16
V1
M 0.3
V0
M 0.736
M 0.92
M 0.743
V0
M 0.92
Set marker for SU1 reloaded
Reset SU acknowledgement bit
Write marker for command not cancelled
in bit 27 of the organization information
Reset marker
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6.4.2
Function Block FB2
NAME:
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128
SUECHT
***
LD
V1
=
M 0.751
LD
V0
=
M 0.752
LD
MW 0.121
TBW M 0.753
LD
MW 0.122
TBW M 0.769
LD
MW 0.123
TBW M 0.785
LD
MW 0.124
TBW M 0.801
LD
MW 0.125
TBW M 0.817
LD
MW 0.126
TBW M 0.833
LD
MW 0.127
TBW M 0.849
LD
MW 0.128
TBW M 0.865
LD
MW 0.129
=
TAW 0.1
LD
MW 0.130
=
TAW 0.2
LD
MW 0.131
=
TAW 0.3
LD
MW 0.132
=
TAW 0.4
LD
MW 0.133
=
TAW 0.5
LD
MW 0.134
=
TAW 0.6
LD
MW 0.135
=
TAW 0.7
LD
MW 0.136
=
TAW 0.8
IL-Blocks and Macros
The two most significant bits in
the 1st SU word (organization information)
are set to 01
The real-time buffer time of
marker words MW121 to MW160 is
loaded into SU store
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LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
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LD
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LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
MW 0.137
TAW 0.9
MW 0.138
TAW 0.10
MW 0.139
TAW 0.11
MW 0.140
TAW 0.12
MW 0.141
TAW 0.13
MW 0.142
TAW 0.14
MW 0.143
TAW 0.15
MW 0.144
TAW 0.16
MW 0.145
CAW 0.1
MW 0.146
CAW 0.2
MW 0.147
CAW 0.3
MW 0.148
CAW 0.4
MW 0.149
CAW 0.5
MW 0.150
CAW 0.6
MW 0.151
CAW 0.7
MW 0.152
CAW 0.8
MW 0.153
CAW 0.9
MW 0.154
CAW 0.10
MW 0.155
CAW 0.11
MW 0.156
CAW 0.12
MW 0.157
IL-Blocks and Macros
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CAW 0.13
MW 0.158
CAW 0.14
MW 0.159
CAW 0.15
MW 0.160
CAW 0.16
V0
M 0.3
V0
M 0.4
V0
M 0.95
V0
M 0.736
V0
MB 0.60
All markers are normed since the real-time
SU was the last one to be reloaded
Marker SU1 reloaded
Marker EZM exists
Marker SU2 reloaded
Reset SU acknowledgement bit
Reset counter byte for EZM
Function Block FB3
NAME:
BEZ:
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=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
***
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
***
BE
ZAEHLWER
EIN
FLA
OUT
***
LD
=EIN
AN
=FLA
JF
=ENDE
LD
=OUT
ADD V 1
=
=OUT
NOP
LD
=EIN
=
=FLA
***
BE
IL-Blocks and Macros
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) I
L
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) M
L
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) MW R
If pulse input now 1
and in last IL scan 0,
then counted measurand word is incremented
Store state of pulse input
in edge detection marker
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6.4.4
NAME:
BEZ:
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NAME:
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Function Block FB4
MELDUNG
INLB
INHB
MWSU
***
LD
=INLB
=
MB 0.4
LD
=INHB
=
MB 0.5
LBW MB 0.4
=
=MWSU
***
BE
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (I/R) MB L
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (I/R) MB L
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (I/R) MW R
Load monitored information LOW
byte in marker byte MB4
Load monitored information HIGH
byte in marker byte MB5
Load marker byte MB4 and MB5 as
word and store in SU buffer memory
Function Block FB5
MESS8
INLB
INHB
INKE
MWSU
***
LD
=INLB
TBW M 0.9
LD
M 0.19
JF
=OK1
LD
V0
TBW M 0.9
LBB
M 0.11
=
MB 0.4
LD
=INKE
JF
=ZWEI
LD
V0
=
MB 0.5
JI
=UMJI
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(L/R)
(L/R)
(L/R)
(L/R)
MW
MW
M
MW
L
L
L
R
Load 1st measurand for LOW byte
and transfer to bit string as of marker 9
Load sign bit
If sign bit = 1 (negative MW),
then measurand is set to NULL
The 8-bit measurand is loaded starting with
3rd bit and stored in LOW byte
If code bit = 1, then only one
8-bit measurand was transferred
and the HIGH byte is set to NULL
Jump to reload the measurands
IL-Blocks and Macros
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6.4.6
=INHB
M 0.9
M 0.19
=OK2
V0
M 0.9
M 0.11
MB 0.5
MB 0.4
=MWSU
Load 2nd measurand for HIGH byte
and transfer to bit string starting with marker M9
Check sign
If measurand negative, it is set to NULL
Load 8-bit measurand starting with 3rd bit
and store in HIGH byte
Load LOW and HIGH byte as word
and store in SU buffer
Function Block FB6
NAME:
BEZ:
BEZ:
BEZ:
BEZ:
BEZ:
BEZ:
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LD
TBW
LD
JF
LD
TBW
LBB
=
LBW
=
***
BE
GRENZW.
KENN
EINEQ
GREN
HYST
MELD
BIT
***
LD
=KENN
JF
=U-GR
LD
=EINEQ
GE
=GREN
JF
=LAB1
LD
=MELD
O
=BIT
=
=MELD
JI
=ENDE
LD
=EINEQ
LE
=HYST
JF
=ENDE
LD
=BIT
X
V -1
=
=BIT
LD
=MELD
IL-Blocks and Macros
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(L/R)
(L/R)
(L/R)
(L/R)
(L/R)
(L/R)
M
MW
MW
MW
MW
MW
L
L
L
L
R
R
If code = 0, jump to
process lower limits
Monitor upper limits:
Compare measurand with limit
MW < GRW, jump to check hysterese
Limit reached, load monitored information word
Set monitored information bit for
limit exceeded
Jump to end of block
Check if measurand reached threshold
limit minus hysterese
If no, jump to end of block
If yes, load monitored information bit of limit
and invert
Reset monitored information bit
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A
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JF
LD
LE
JF
LD
O
=
JI
LD
GE
JF
LD
X
=
LD
A
=
***
BE
=BIT
=MELD
=ENDE
=EINEQ
=GREN
=LAB2
=MELD
=BIT
=MELD
=ENDE
=EINEQ
=HYST
=ENDE
=BIT
V -1
=BIT
=MELD
=BIT
=MELD
limit exceeded
Jump to end of block
Monitor lower limit:
Compare measurand with limit
MW > GRW, jump to hysterese check
Limit reached, load monitored information word
and set monitored information bit
for limit exceeded
Jump to end of block
Check if measurand reached threshold
limit plus hysterese
If no, jump to end of block
If yes, load monitored information bit of limit
and invert
Reset monitored information bit
for limit exceeded
Function Block FB7
SD-UMSP
***
LBW M 0.897
=
MW 0.81
LBW M 0.913
=
MW 0.82
LBW M 0.929
=
MW 0.83
LBW M 0.945
=
MW 0.84
LBW M 0.961
=
MW 0.85
LBW M 0.977
=
MW 0.86
LBW M 0.993
The SD store is loaded into
the SD buffer of marker word
MW81 to MW120
IL-Blocks and Macros
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LBW
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
MW 0.87
M 0.1009
MW 0.88
TSW 0.1
MW 0.89
TSW 0.2
MW 0.90
TSW 0.3
MW 0.91
TSW 0.4
MW 0.92
TSW 0.5
MW 0.93
TSW 0.6
MW 0.94
TSW 0.7
MW 0.95
TSW 0.8
MW 0.96
TSW 0.9
MW 0.97
TSW 0.10
MW 0.98
TSW 0.11
MW 0.99
TSW 0.12
MW 0.100
TSW 0.13
MW 0.101
TSW 0.14
MW 0.102
TSW 0.15
MW 0.103
TSW 0.16
MW 0.104
CSW 0.1
MW 0.105
CSW 0.2
MW 0.106
CSW 0.3
MW 0.107
IL-Blocks and Macros
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LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
LD
=
***
BE
CSW 0.4
MW 0.108
CSW 0.5
MW 0.109
CSW 0.6
MW 0.110
CSW 0.7
MW 0.111
CSW 0.8
MW 0.112
CSW 0.9
MW 0.113
CSW 0.10
MW 0.114
CSW 0.11
MW 0.115
CSW 0.12
MW 0.116
CSW 0.13
MW 0.117
CSW 0.14
MW 0.118
CSW 0.15
MW 0.119
CSW 0.16
MW 0.120
IL-Blocks and Macros
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6.4.8
Function Block FB8
NAME:
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DOPPELM
IN
DMNR
DMMB
***
LD
=IN
TBB
M 0.10
LD
=DMMB
ADD V 1
=
MB 0.54
A
M 0.10
X
M 0.11
JT
=ME11
LD
=DMNR
A
V1
EQ
V1
JT
=ME2
LD
V1
=
M 0.6
LD
=DMNR
O
V1
=
=DMNR
LD
MB 0.54
=
MB 0.55
JI
=ENDE
LD
=DMNR
A
V1
EQ
V1
JF
=ME2
LD
=DMNR
A
V 254
=
=DMNR
LD
MB 0.54
EQ
MB 0.55
JF
=ME2
LD
V1
=
M 0.7
LD
V0
IL-Blocks and Macros
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) MB
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) MB
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) MB
L
R
R
Load 8 double-point information inputs
and copy to the bit string starting at marker M10
Check 1st double-point information
For 1st double point information add constant 1
to DMMB and store result in MB54
Check 1st and 2nd DP-input for inequality
No malposition, jump to label ME11
If equal, check if malposition
already recognized
1st bit set = malposition recognized
Jump to 2nd malposition check
Set input for malposition timer
Set malposition in DMNR as recognized
Enter malposition code in marker word for
last malposition which occurred
Jump to end of block
Was this malposition set in
the last IL scan
If no, check 2nd malposition
If yes, delete malposition bit from DMNR
Was this malposition the last one to occur
If no, check 2nd malposition
If yes, set marker for malposition timer reset
Delete marker byte for last malposition
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LD
ADD
=
A
X
JT
LD
A
EQ
JT
LD
=
LD
O
=
LD
=
JI
LD
A
EQ
JF
LD
A
=
LD
EQ
JF
LD
=
LD
=
LD
ADD
=
A
X
JT
LD
A
MB 0.55
=DMMB
V2
MB 0.54
M 0.12
M 0.13
=ME22
=DMNR
V2
V2
=ME3
V1
M 0.6
=DMNR
V2
=DMNR
MB 0.54
MB 0.55
=ENDE
=DMNR
V2
V2
=ME3
=DMNR
V 253
=DMNR
MB 0.54
MB 0.55
=ME3
V1
M 0.7
V0
MB 0.55
=DMMB
V3
MB 0.54
M 0.14
M 0.15
=ME33
=DMNR
V4
Check 2nd double-point information
Add constant 2 to DMMB for 2nd
double-point information and store in MB54
Check inputs 3 and 4 for inequality
Further processing and checks
in the same manner as for the
1st double-point information
Check 3rd double-point information
Add constant 3 to DMMB for 3rd
double-point information and store result in MB54
Check inputs 5 and 6 for inequality
Further processing and checking
in the same manner as for
1st double-point information
IL-Blocks and Macros
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EQ
JT
LD
=
LD
O
=
LD
=
LD
A
EQ
JF
LD
A
=
LD
EQ
JF
LD
=
LD
=
LD
ADD
=
A
X
JT
LD
A
EQ
JT
LD
=
LD
O
=
LD
=
V4
=ME4
V1
M 0.6
=DMNR
V4
=DMNR
MB 0.54
MB 0.55
=ENDE
=DMNR
V4
V4
=ME4
=DMNR
V 251
=DMNR
MB 0.54
MB 0.55
=ME4
V1
M 0.7
V0
MB 0.55
=DMMB
V4
MB 0.54
M 0.16
M 0.17
=ME44
=DMNR
V8
V8
=ENDE
V1
M 0.6
=DMNR
V8
=DMNR
MB 0.54
MB 0.55
IL-Blocks and Macros
Check 4th double-point information
Add constant 4 to DMMB for 4th
double-point information, store result in MB54
Check inputs 7 and 8 for inequality
Further processing and checking
in the same manner as for
1st double-point information
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ENDE:
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JI
LD
V
EQ
JF
LD
A
=
LD
EQ
JF
LD
=
LD
=
***
BE
=ENDE
=DMNR
V8
V8
=ENDE
=DMNR
V 247
=DMNR
MB 0.54
MB 0.55
=ENDE
V1
M 0.7
V0
MB 0.55
Note Each group of double-point information with 8 inputs has its
own DMNR in which the first 4 bits are used as a marker for the malposition. 1 bit for malposition at inputs 1 and 2, 2 bits for malposition
at inputs 3 and 4 etc. The 5th to 8th bits are not used.
The last malposition to occur is entered in marker byte MB55. The 4
possible malpositions in the 1st group of double-point information has
the code 1 to 4, the next 4 malpositions in the 2nd group of doublepoint information the code 5 to 8 etc. The base (0, 4, 8 etc.) from
which counting starts is always transferred in DMMB by the calling
program block.
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IL-Blocks and Macros
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6.4.9
Function Block FB9
NAME:
BEZ:
BEZ:
BEZ:
BEZ:
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DM-UMSP
IN
INKE
MWSU
MERK
***
LD
V0
=
=MERK
LD
=MWSU
TBW MB 0.4
A
=INKE
JT
=HIGH
LD
=IN
=
MB 0.4
JI
=UMJI
LD
=IN
=
MB 0.5
LBW MB 0.4
=
=MWSU
***
BE
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
NAME:
BEZ:
BEZ:
BEZ:
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MW166
:
:
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LAB1:
UP1AUSN
INPU
OUTP
BEFT
***
LD
V1
=
MW 0.166
LD
=INPU
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IL-Blocks and Macros
L
L
R
R
Load LOW and HIGH byte as word
and assign to SU buffer word
Function Block FB10
MW 0.166
V0
=LAB2
MW 0.166
MB
M
MW
MB
The double-point information byte is transferred
in MERK and set to NULL
The SU buffer word is loaded
and assigned to MB4 and MB5
Code if LOW byte or HIGH byte
If code = 1, reload HIGH byte
If code = 0, store monitored information inputs in
LOW byte
Jump to reload
Store monitored information inputs in HIGH byte
6.4.10
A
EQ
JF
LD
(L/R)
(L/R)
(L/R)
(L/R)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) MW L
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) MW R
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) MW L
Set 1st bit to 1 and all other
bits to 0 in marker word MW166
Compare transferred command word with
using logical UND
If they agree, jump to label LAB2
Check if last bit in marker word MW166
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EQ
JT
LD
MULD
=
LD
V -32768
=LAB3
MW 0.166
V2
MW 0.166
=INPU
is already set
If yes, jump to end of block
If no, set next bit in MW166
A
EQ
JT
LD
ADD
=
LD
=
JI
***
BE
MW 0.166
V0
=LAB1
=OUTP
V1
=OUTP
=BEFT
TSW 0.17
=LAB1
using logical AND
If they do not agree, jump to
label LAB1 and check next bit
Load error counter for 1-of-n and
add constant 1
Compare transferred command word with
MW166
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6.4.11
NAME:
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Assign transferred command runtime
to timer setpoint value 17
Jump to label LAB1
Function Block FB11
VERW.M
ZEIEQ
***
LBB
M 0.737
A
=ZEIEQ
TBB
M 0.737
LD
MB 0.3
ADD V 1
=
MB 0.3
LD
MB 0.3
GT
V1
JF
=ENDE
LD
V1
=
M 0.742
***
BE
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) MB
L
Enter the transferred slot address of
the failed module binary coded
in 1st SU word of markers M737 to M752
Increment counter byte for
failed modules
Load counter byte.
Counter byte = 1, jump to end of block
Counter greater than 1,
set 6th bit in 1st SU word to 1
IL-Blocks and Macros
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6.4.12
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Function Block FB12
SU2NORM
***
LD
K0
=
M 0.751
LD
K1
=
M 0.752
LD
MW 0.41
TBW M 0.753
LD
MW 0.42
TBW M 0.769
LD
MW 0.43
TBW M 0.785
LD
MW 0.44
TBW M 0.801
LD
MW 0.45
TBW M 0.817
LD
MW 0.46
TBW M 0.833
LD
MW 0.47
TBW M 0.849
LD
MW 0.48
TBW M 0.865
LD
MW 0.49
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TAW 0.1
LD
MW 0.50
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TAW 0.2
LD
MW 0.51
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TAW 0.3
LD
MW 0.52
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TAW 0.4
LD
MW 0.53
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TAW 0.5
LD
MW 0.54
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TAW 0.6
LD
MW 0.55
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TAW 0.7
LD
MW 0.56
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TAW 0.8
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1st SU word (organization information)
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SU2 buffer of marker words
MW41 to MW80 is copied to SU store
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MW 0.57
TAW 0.9
MW 0.58
TAW 0.10
MW 0.59
TAW 0.11
MW 0.60
TAW 0.12
MW 0.61
TAW 0.13
MW 0.62
TAW 0.14
MW 0.63
TAW 0.15
MW 0.64
TAW 0.16
MW 0.65
CAW 0.1
MW 0.66
CAW 0.2
MW 0.67
CAW 0.3
MW 0.68
CAW 0.4
MW 0.69
CAW 0.5
MW 0.70
CAW 0.6
MW 0.71
CAW 0.7
MW 0.72
CAW 0.8
MW 0.73
CAW 0.9
MW 0.74
CAW 0.10
MW 0.75
CAW 0.11
MW 0.76
CAW 0.12
MW 0.77
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CAW 0.13
MW 0.78
CAW 0.14
MW 0.79
CAW 0.15
MW 0.80
CAW 0.16
V1
M 0.95
V0
M 0.736
Set marker for SU2 reloaded
Reset SU acknowledgement bit
Function Block FB13
EZM-PROZ
IN
INKE
MWSU
***
LD
=IN
TBW MB 0.4
LD
=INKE
JF
=LAB1
LD
V0
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MB 0.5
LBW MB 0.4
=
=MWSU
***
BE
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) MW L
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) M
L
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) MW R
Assign the 16 passed inputs
to marker bytes MB4 and MB5
If code = 0,
then jump: reload both bytes.
If code = 1, set HIGH byte to NULL
Load LOW and HIGH byte as word
and assign to SU buffer word.
Note If code 0 is transferred, this means that all 16 inputs are parametrized as real-time information. If code = 1, the 8 inputs in the
HIGH byte were not parametrized as real-time information and therefore must be faded out.
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Function Block FB14
EZM-PU
IN1
IN2
IN3
ZBYT
MERK
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A
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M 0.9
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LD
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EQ
V0
JF
=LAB1
LD
=IN1
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MW 0.121
LD
=IN2
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MW 0.122
LD
=IN3
=
MW 0.123
LD
V0
=
MW 0.124
***
LD
=ZBYT
EQ
V1
JF
=LAB2
LD
=IN1
=
MW 0.124
LD
=IN2
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MW 0.125
LD
=IN3
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MW 0.126
LD
V0
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MW 0.127
***
LD
=ZBYT
EQ
V2
JF
=LAB3
LD
=IN1
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C)
(L/R)
(L/R)
(L/R)
(L/R)
(L/R)
MW
MW
MW
MB
M
L
L
L
R
R
Set marker M9 to contents of MERK
Load buffer pointer
Pointer > 0, jump to next group.
Pointer = 0, assign the 3 real-time information
words to the first 3 real-time buffer words
Set 4th real-time buffer word as
end code to NULL
Pointer = 1, assign real-time information
to 4th to 6th buffer words
Set end code
Pointer = 2, assign real-time information
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LD
EQ
JF
LD
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LD
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LD
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LD
EQ
JF
LD
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LD
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LD
EQ
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LD
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LD
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MW 0.127
=IN2
MW 0.128
=IN3
MW 0.129
V0
MW 0.130
=ZBYT
V3
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=IN1
MW 0.130
=IN2
MW 0.131
=IN3
MW 0.132
V0
MW 0.133
=ZBYT
V4
=LAB5
=IN1
MW 0.133
=IN2
MW 0.134
=IN3
MW 0.135
V0
MW 0.136
=ZBYT
V5
=LAB6
=IN1
MW 0.136
=IN2
MW 0.137
=IN3
MW 0.138
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to 7th to 9th buffer words
Set end code
Pointer = 3, assign real-time information
to 10th to 12th buffer words
Set end code
Pointer = 4, assign real-time information
to 13th to 15th buffer words
Set end code
Pointer = 5, assign real-time information
to 16th to 18th buffer words
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LD
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JF
LD
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LD
EQ
JF
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LD
EQ
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EQ
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MW 0.139
=ZBYT
V6
=LAB7
=IN1
MW 0.139
=IN2
MW 0.140
=IN3
MW 0.141
V0
MW 0.142
=ZBYT
V7
=LAB8
=IN1
MW 0.142
=IN2
MW 0.143
=IN3
MW 0.144
V0
MW 0.145
=ZBYT
V8
=LAB9
=IN1
MW 0.145
=IN2
MW 0.146
=IN3
MW 0.147
K0
MW 0.148
Set end code
Pointer = 6, assign real-time information
to 19th to 21st buffer words
Set end code
Pointer = 7, assign real-time information
to 22nd to 24th buffer words
Set end code
Pointer = 8, assign real-time information
to 25th to 26th buffer words
Set end code
=ZBYT
V9
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MW 0.148
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MW 0.149
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MW 0.150
V0
MW 0.151
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V 10
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MW 0.151
=IN2
MW 0.152
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MW 0.153
V0
MW 0.154
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V 11
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MW 0.154
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MW 0.155
=IN3
MW 0.156
V0
MW 0.157
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Pointer = 9, assign real-time information
to 27th to 29th buffer words
Set end code
Pointer = 10, assign real-time information
to 30th to 32nd buffer words
Set end code
Pointer = 11, assign real-time information
to 33rd to 35th buffer words
Set end code
Increment buffer pointer
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Function Block FB15
DEZ-FR
RSET
MB1
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LD
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A
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BE
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) MB
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) MB
L
R
Load transferred bit string
Logical UND with marker byte MB1
Assign result to MB1 again
Function Block FB16
DAUERBE1
MWSD
AUS
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LBW =AUS
EQ
V0
JT
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LBW =AUS
EQ
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JF
=ENDE
LD
V0
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TAW 0.17
***
BE
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) MW L
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) M
L
Load 16 outputs
If all outputs are NULL
jump to end of block.
If outputs and command word are not
identical, jump to end of block.
If equal, the actual timer value
is set to NULL, the time scan begins again
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Function Block FB17
DAUERBE2
MWSD
AUS
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LBB
=AUS
EQ
V0
JT
=ENDE
LBB
=AUS
EQ
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JF
=ENDE
LD
V0
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TAW 0.17
***
BE
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) MB
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) M
L
L
Load 8 outputs
If all outputs are NULL
jump to end of block.
If outputs and command byte are not
identical, jump to end of block.
If equal, the actual timer value
is set to NULL, the time scan begins again
Function Block FB18
MULT-MER
***
LD
V0
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M 0.3
LD
V0
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M 0.95
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BE
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Reset marker SU1 for reloaded
Reset marker SU2 for reloaded
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MESSW_16
MESS
MWSU
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LD
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MW 0.164
LD
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GT
V 1000
JF
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LD
V 1000
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MW 0.164
LD
=MESS
LT
V -1000
JF
=UMJI
LD
V -1000
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MW 0.164
LD
MW 0.164
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=MWSU
***
BE
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/X) (L/R) MW L
(I/Q/M/MB/MW/SM/SMB/SMW/T/C) (L/R) MW R
Assign transferred measurand to
marker word MW164.
Check if measurand is greater than 1000
If no, check negative measurand
If yes, limit measurand to 1000
Check if measurand is less than --1000
If no, jump to reload measurand
If yes, limit measurand to --1000
Write measurand to SU buffer
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DEZ 160 - Parameterization
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General Information
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You can start the DEZ160 parametrization software directly from the operating
system level (call: C:\PRO-U130\DEZ160P) or call it from PRO ® U130.
Note when calling from PRO ® U130:
The data are automatically saved on the hard disk and transferred to the
PRO ® U130 main program when you leave the DEZ parametrization. Therefore the “archive” menu is not provided for selection in a call from PRO ® U130.
You can only set whether or not the DCF 775 real-time receiver should be connected in the “General Parameters” menu. PRO ® U130 defines all other values and these cannot be changed.
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2.1
Main Menu
E5 B2
You can call the following functions from the main menu:
<F1> Data Input
<F2> Data Archive
<F3> EPROM Menu
<F4> Printer Output
<F8> Switch Monochrome/color
2.2
Data Input
General Parameters
E6 B6
E7 B7
”Data Input”,”General Parameters”
( F1 ® F1 )
The date when a DEZ 160 was last processed is displayed. The user cannot
change this display.
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System
Outstation
Comments
Operator
Type of Module
Slot
DCF 775
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A maximum of 8 characters may be input. The system
name is also the name of the subindex in which the data
of the DEZ 160 are archived. Therefore only characters
which are also valid for index names under MS-DOS may
be input.
The input may have a maximum length of 16 characters
but is not compulsory. All characters which can be represented may be input. This is printed in the documentation
as a header.
The DEZ 160 can also be driven like a DEP 112. The
module can be set here by toggling. If the DEZ 160 is
also parametrized as a DEZ 160, the inputs are addressed as 16-bit words (IWA x.1 to IWA x.16) in the instruction list. The inputs are addressed as bits (I x.1 to I
x.32) in DEP 112 mode.
The slot address with which the DEZ 160 is addressed in
the instruction list must be entered here. The firmware
checks whether the DEZ 160 is inserted in the correct slot
of the subrack using this address. If this is not so, a DEZ
160 failure is reported. This is necessary because it
would have serious consequences if for example a DEZ
160 for which counted measurands are parametrized were
inserted into the slot of a DEZ 160 with real-time information. The real-time information would then be processed
as counted measurands.
You can set whether or not a real-time receiver is connected to the DEZ 160. It is set with <J> or <N> or by
toggling.
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Setting of Data Type
E7 B8
”Data Input”,”Setting of Data Type”
( F1 ® F2 )
The DEZ 160 is displayed divided into 4 times 8 inputs. 4 different data types
can be assigned to the groups selected with <Home> or <End>. These are:
counted measurands
real-time information
single point information
double-point information
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The data type is set with < >­or < >.
You can allocate a different software debouncing time to each group. The debouncing times can be defined between 1 msec and 255 msec. They are directly
entered by inputting the digits. The line “debouncing time” is not selected with
the cursor.
The data type and debouncing time of an input group is allocated with <Cr>. The
assignment of a group can be deleted with <Del>.
Invertation of Input
E7 B9
”Data Input”,”Invertation of Input”
( F1 ® F3 )
Each individual input signal can be inverted with the DEZ 160. The individual inputs are displayed on the screen as switches which you can switch on and off
by toggling. The inputs are selected with <® > or <¬ >.
Switch upwards = 0 = do not invert (default)
Switch downwards = 1 = invert.
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Edge detection for real-time information
E7 B10
”Data Input”,”Edge Detection for Real-time Information”
( F1 ® F4)
For real-time information you can set whether the incoming and outgoing information or only the incoming information should be entered in the ring buffer.
Only the real-time information input is displayed as a switch. These can be
switched on and off by toggling. The individual inputs are selected with <® > or
<¬ >.
Switch upwards = off = only LOW/HIGH edge
Switch downwards = on = LOW/HIGH and HIGH/LOW edges (default)
Counted measurand
E7 B11
”Data input”,”Counted Measurand”
( F1 ® F5 )
The 16-bit counted measurands are generated in the DEZ 160 and can be read
out as a word. Since a total of only 16 words can be read out for the DEZ 160
and the first two words transfer the process state of the inputs, only 14 words
are available for the counted measurand transfer. This number is reduced to 8
transfer words if real-time information is parametrized.
You must allocate the counter measurand registers 1 to 14 or 1 to 8 to the individual pulse inputs. Input 0 means that this input is not counted. If incorrect input
is made, a comment appears on the screen and the input is not accepted.
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You can also form summed counted measurands by allocating the same counted
measurand register to several pulse inputs. Theoretically you can allocate 32
pulse inputs to 14 counted measurand registers in this way.
Counted measurand registers can only be allocated to inputs which were defined
as counted measurand inputs in the “data allocation” menu.
Selection is with the cursor keys.
2.3
Data Archiving
E6 B7
The archive function is only provided if the DEZ parametrization is called directly.
If it is called from PRO ® U130, the “Data Archive” function is not provided in
the main menu since the main program archives the DEZ parameters.
Read file
”Data Archive”,”Read File”
(F2 ® F1 )
All the DEZ parameter files already created are listed alphabetically in a window.
The extension .DZ1 , .DZ2 to .DZ8 defines the slot for which the DEZ 160 was
parametrized.
¯ The lines
The arrow marking the selected file can be moved with < >­or < >.
are scrolled at the start and end of the window if more files exist than can be
displayed in the window.
The selection is confirmed with <Cr> and the file is loaded into the user memory
of the PUTE.
You can leave the window with <F9> or <Esc> without reading a file.
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Write file
”Data Archive”,”Write File”
( F2 ® F2 )
The DEZ parameters are stored on the defined drive in “intel-hex” format. The
system name entered in the menu “General Parameters” is used as file name.
The module address is appended as extension to distinguish the different
DEZ 160 of an outstation.
Example: MUSTER.DZ1 and MUSTER.DZ2
The station MUSTER contains two DEZ 160 at I/O slots 1 and 2.
Erase file
”Data Archive”,”Erase File”
( F2 ® F3 )
All the DEZ parameter files are listed in a window. The file to be deleted can be
¯ The file is deleted after the selection has been conselected with < >­or < >.
firmed with <Cr>.
The delete function can be aborted with <F9> or <Esc>.
Drive
”Data Archive”,”Drive”
( F2 ® F4 )
Drives A, B, C and D are provided for selection in a window.
The drive from which the DEZ parametrization program was started is the default
value. If this is changed for example from C to A, access is now to drive A for
the functions “Read File”, “Write File” and “Erase File”.
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2.4
EPROM - Menu
E6 B8
Only the EPROM programming station EPS 2000 can be addressed with this
menu. It is linked with the serial interface COM1.
The EPROM used is a 27C256.
Read EPROM
”EPROM Menu”,”Read Eprom”
( F3 ® F1 )
EPROM reads the parameters, which can be displayed in the individual submenues of the “Data Input” by switching the display with <F8>. The parameters
read in by EPROM are designated “module 0”. You can compare for example an
EPROM with an archived file by reading in both parameter sets and switching
the display back and forth with <F8>.
Program EPROM
”EPROM Menu”,”Program Eprom”
( F3 ® F2 )
The parameters are programmed on the EPROM starting with address 6000H.
Delete test
”EPROM Menu”,”EPROM blank check”
( F3 ® F3 )
You can check whether an EPROM is empty with this function.
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2.4.1
Printer Output
E6 B9
Start Printer
”Printer Output”,”Start Printer”
( F4 ® F1 )
The list with the DEZ parameters is printed.
Printer selection
”Printer Output”,”Selection of Printer”
( F4 ® F2 )
The printers DRU 096, DRU 120, DRU 292, DRU 293 or DRU 1200 can be selected.
Near letter quality mode (NLQ) can be set for the DRU 120, DRU 292 and DRU
293 with <F5>.
Note
The printers must be set to IBM graphic character set 2.
The printer output uses the Centronics interface (LPT1). Output using the serial
interface is not advisable since it is already used to connect the PC*, the Eprom
programming panel and the mouse.
Expert If you want to use a printer with serial interface nevertheless, you can detour the output in the MS-DOS level with MODE
commands before starting the DEZ parametrization. The necessary
instructions can be found in the MS-DOS handbook.
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Structure of Transmission
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IWAx.1
I16
I1 process state of input 1 -16
IWAx.2
I32
I17 process state of input 17 - 32
IWAx.3
1
IWAx.4
2
IWAx.5
3
IWAx.6
4
IWAx.7
5
IWAx.8
6
IWAx.9
7
IWAx.10
8
IWAx.11
9
IWAx.12
10
IWAx.13
IWAx.14
Real-time information
counted measurand
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12
IWAx.15
13
IWAx.16
14
IWAx.11 to IWAx.16 are provided for counted measurands when parametrizing
without real-time information.
Parametrizing with real-time information:
IWAx.11 and IWAx.14 = Status word
IWAx.12 and IWAx.15 = Real-time information/approx. time
IWAx.13 and IWAx.16 = Exact time/approx. time
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0
0
Subadresse 0 = Input 1 - 16
1 = Input 17 - 32
slot
^ 0-7
1-8=
not detined
0 = ok
1 = error
0 = real-time information
1= approx. time
0 = no datas
1= datas are present
Figure 9 Status word
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KOS 130/131 Parameterization
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There are two ways to input the parameters for the KOS 130/131.
user input to the KOS 130/131 data model in the corresponding menues.
transfer of the data model generated in PRO ® U130 to the KOS 130/131
parametrization.
KOS 130P installed with COM ® KOS130
The KOS parametrization program is started from the operating system level
with C:\COM KOS130 or C:\KOS130P.
KOS 130P installed with PRO ® U130
If you want to use the KOS parametrization program without PRO ® U130, you
can start it directly from the operating system level with the call C:\PROU130\KOS130P.
If the data model is generated by PRO ® U130 and transferred in the KOS parametrization call, the tables “data for monitoring direction” and “data for control
direction” as well as the general parameters are already filled in. The KOS- and
SEAB-parameters are set to the default values (see chap. LEERER MERKER).
The setpoint values are initialized to 0 and the pulse threshold for counted measurands is 255. The code A for “set transfer bit” is already entered for monitored
information and measurands. You only need to give further input about ring buffer handling if you will require this type of processing.
Of course you can also change the initial values defined by PRO ® U130 for
the KOS parametrization.
Note Remember that changes in the SU and SD assignments also
must be taken into consideration in the instruction list.
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No other changes have any effect on the instruction list. The changed parameters are stored in the file USTx.KOS.
Caution If an IL is generated in PRO ® U130 after the KOS parametrization has been changed, the file USTx.KOS is overwritten with the values defined by PRO ® U130. Therefore you must
enter your changes again at the end.
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2.1
Main Menu
E5 B1
The main menu appears after the KOS parametrization call. You can go to the
individual submenues using the function keys <F1> - <F6>.
<F1> Configure Parameter Lists
<F2> Data Archive
<F3> Transfer
<F4> Printer Output
<F5> EPROM Menu
<F6> Reset of PADT Memory
<F8> Switch Monochrom/Color
<F9> End
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2.2
Configure Parameter List
E6 B1
A menu from which you can branch to the particular submenues appears.
2.2.1
Common Parameters
E7 B1
”Configure Parameter Lists”,”Common parameters”
(F1 ® F1)
The current date is displayed if this outstation is being processed for the first
time. The date of the last time it was processed is displayed if an existing parametrization of diskette, hard disk, EPROM or KOS-RAM was read in.
If a complete EPROM was read in before the “process parameter list” call or the
parameters were transferred from the KOS-RAM, the part number of the KOS
firmware is displayed. The display of the firmware number and the date cannot
be changed.
System
A maximum of 8 characters can be entered. All characters
are permitted. Backwards deletion is with the backspace
key and input is terminated with <Cr>. However, input
must not necessarily be made. If a system name was terminated or confirmed with <Cr>, it is faded into the upper
right of each menu.
Comments
Operator
SEAB version
No. of Outstation
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Handled as for system but with a maximum of 16 characters.
The SEAB version displayed in the inverse field can be
toggled with <Cr>. The default value is SEAB-1F.
A number between 0 and 126 can be entered. Always terminate with <Cr>.
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2.2.2
SEAB Parameters
E7 B2
”Configure Parameter Lists”,”SEAB Parameters”
( F1 ® F2 )
First the baud rate is interrogated. The default value is 600 Bd. A different baud
rate can be selected by toggling with <Cr>.
The subsequent times are entered in tbit. Values between 1 and 255 or 60 and
65635 are permitted. Default value, see chap. 2.7.
Note If a telephone connection is used, you must set the wait time
for an answer (Quit LM) to 600 tbit.
Note If an outstation U130 is driven on a line mixed with U120 outstations, the parameters must be entered as follows:
Lead time:
15 tbit
M5 lead time:
12 tbit
M5 trailer time:
12 tbit
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2.2.3
KOS Parameters for SEAB-1F
E7 B3
”Configure Parameter Lists”,”KOS Parameters”
( F1 ® F3 )
The KOS parameters are only required for operations with SEAB-1F. Therefore
this menu cannot be called if SEAB-1N is selected.
The deviation time integral (AZI) for 8-bit measurands (default = 64) and
10-bit measurands (default = 1024) is specified.
You are asked how many event entries should occur before a buffer overflow
warning is output. A maximum of 4096 events can be entered in the ring buffer. Default = 3072.
The input must always be terminated with <Cr>.
You can specify whether reading of the ring buffer should be activated after
each short polling (SP) or only after a previous general polling (GP). Default =
SP. This can be set with the keys <J> or <N> or by toggling.
Monitored information is stored in the SEAB telegram as converted by the
KOS.
1. D-Byte
2. D-Byte
Bit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Information
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
You can parametrize that this is not required in the KOS. Monitored information
1 would then lie in D2.0, monitored information 2 in D2.1 etc. You can set this
with the keys <J> or <N> or by toggling.
You can choose between two measurands scales. The default is a range from
0 - 1023, but this can be switched to 0 - 1000. Set by toggling.
You are asked whether a DCF receiver will be connected. Set with the keys
<J> or <N> or by toggling.
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You can set whether SEAB-1F telegrams should be transferred with 4 data
bytes. Some master stations (A350, GD 80-STAZ) cannot process these telegrams, however. In this case set “no”. This means that no telegrams can be
transferred from the ring buffer (e.g. real-time information). Furthermore, organization information is sent in a 2D special format. (See also chapter 3.1.14,
U130 user handbook)
2.2.4
Assignment Lists for SEAB-1F
E7 B4
”Configure Parameter Lists”, “Assignment lists”
( F1 ® F4 )
A menu appears from which you can call the submenues. The assignment lists
are only required when operating with SEAB-1F. This menu therefore cannot be
called if SEAB-1N was selected.
The inversely displayed fields always show which specifications are active.
You can select the data word in the table you want to define with <¬ > and
<® > in all the submenues. In order to reassign a word, you must simply select
the corresponding word, define the new data and set <Cr>.
Data for Monitoring Direction
E8 B1
”Configure Parameter Lists”,”Assignment Lists”,”Data for Monitoring
Direction”
( F1 ® F4 ® F1)
The data type can be changed with <® > and <¬ >. The group numbers are incremented with <PgUp> and decremented with <PgDn>.
If a data word was selected, the display shows at the lower right whether a
transfer bit (A) is set and whether a ring buffer entry (R) should be made.
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You can specify for real-time information whether the current process state of the
information inputs should be transferred for a GP (G).
You can switch back and forth between yes and no by pressing the keys <A>,
<G> or <R>.
For each assignment with <Cr> there is an automatic check whether the selected group number is still available and whether the maximum values for the
data types are not exceeded. A remark is displayed if this is the case.
An SU multiplexer was included in order to double the transmission capacity of
the sending direction. You can switch back and forth between the two SU ranges
with <F7> and <F8>. If 2 SU are required, organization information with group
number 0 must always be entered for WM737.
The following data types are processed:
128
64
64
512
512
256
16
8-bit measurands
10-bit measurands
counted measurands
monitored information
transient information
real-time information only with Geadat U130
system information
(max.
(max.
(max.
(max.
(max.
(max.
(max.
64 words)
64 words)
64 words)
32 words)
32 words)
16 words)
1 word)
These limits refer to the SU multiplexer, for which a total of 80 words can be
transferred. The limit for Geadat U030 is a maximum of 41 words.
Caution The time a monitoring information has to be set to be
detected as an transient information, contains the SU transmission time and the IL-cycle time.
If the SU multiplexer is used, the SU transmission time will be
longer.
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Data for Control Direction
E8 B2
”Configure Paramter Lists”,”Assignment lists”,”Data for Control Direction”
( F1 ® F4 ® F2 )
The data type and group number are selected and entered in the same manner
as for the data for the monitoring direction.
The following data types are processed:
256 Single commands
32
Digital or analog setpoint values
(max. 16 words)
(max. 32 words)
However, a total of only 41 words can be transferred.
Set Value Input
E8 B3
”Configure Parameter Lists”,”Assignment Lists”,”Set Value Input”
( F1 ® F4 ® F3 )
If setpoint values were entered in the menu for the control direction, these are
also set in the menu for set value input. You can assign the data words a value
between --32767 and +32767 (the sign must always be specified). The value parametrized here is output by the KOS after a power failure until a new setpoint
value arrives from the master station. Default = 0.
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Counter Value Processing
E8 B4
”Cofigure Parameter Lists”,”Assignment Lists”,”Counter Value Processing”
( F1 ® F4 ® F4 )
If counted measurands were entered in the menu for the monitoring direction,
these are also set in the menu for counted measurand processing. You can define whether or not a transfer bit should be set for reloaded counted measurands
by entering <A>. If you want to define pulse thresholds for the individual counted
measurands, enter <I> and then a decimal number between 0 and 255. The input must be terminated with <Cr>. Default = 0.
Example:
“Set transfer bit” was set for a counted measurand in the “Data for Monitoring direction” menu. The pulse threshold was set to 100. The counted measurand is
always transferred after a short polling if the difference betwen the last transferred counted measurand and the current counted measurand is 100 count
pulses.
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Ring Buffer Handling
E8 B5
”Configure Parameter Lists”,”Assignment List”,”Ring Buffer Handling”
( F1 ® F4 ® F5 )
If you defined that data should be written to the ring buffer in the menu for the
monitoring direction, you can define when the entry is to be made in this menu.
Default is that the entry is made after each event. Times of 1, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30
minutes and 1, 2, 4, 8, 12, 24 hours can be defined as reload periods. The selection is made with <® > and <¬ > and set with <Cr>.
The following are defined as events:
change in monitored information
pulse threshold reached for counted measurands
AZI reached for measurands
Note Ring buffer entries can only be made if the KOS is equipped
with a 32 KB RAM at position E (see module description) and jumpers S43-S45 are inserted accordingly.
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Real-time Information
E8 B6
”Comfigure Parameter Lists”,”Assignment Lists”,”Real-time Information”
( F1 ® F4 ® F6 )
Real-time information can be generated for GEADAT-U130 with a DEZ 160.
4D telegram
2D telegram
= monitored information + exact time
= only monitored information
The group numbers (A1 byte) of the real-time information (4D telegram) of the
individual DEZ 160 are specified in this menu. The group number must agree
with that of the real-time information (2D telegram) in the SU1 or SU2.
The real-time information in the 2D telegram always represents the current state
of the information inputs at the moment of the polling.
Note In order to be able to transfer real-time information with a time
stamp (4D telegram), the 32 KB RAM (position E) and the jumpers
S43-S45 must be inserted on the KOS 130/131. (See module description).
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2.2.5
Logical Message Numbers for SEAB-1N
E7 B5
”Configure Parameter List”,”Logical message number”
( F1 ® F5 )
The logical message number is entered as a decimal number between 256 and
9999. There is one logical message number each for the monitoring and the
control direction. This is only true for SEAB-1N.
Monitoring direction = data from A130/U130
Control direction = data to A130/U130
2.3
Data Archive
E6 B2
If the KOS parametrization is called from PRO ® U130, you need not archive
the parameters with this menu. The data are automatically saved in the file
USTx.KOS when you end parametrization and return to the PRO ® U130 main
program. If a station is archived on diskette in the PRO ® U130 main program,
this file is also saved.
Read
”Data Archive”,”Read”
( F2 ® F1 )
You are requested to enter with the path instruction the name of the file to be
read. If the path instruction is omitted, the current index is read. You can also
enter the drive designation.
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Store
”Data Archive”,”Store”
( F2 ® F2 )
You are rqeuested to enter with the path instruction the name of the file into
which you want to save. If the path instruction is omitted, you will save in the
current index. You can also enter the drive designation.
Read A030 archive diskette
”Archiving”,”Read A030 archive diskette”
( F2 ® F3 )
Store to A030 archive diskette
”Archiving”,”Store to A030 archive diskette”
( F2 ® F4 )
Archive diskette:
An A030 archive diskette in drive A is accessed. Only the system name should
be specified here. This name may have a mximum of 8 characters and corresponds to the system directory on the archive diskette. The program appends
the extension .030. The file itself is written to the directory with the name PARKOS.
Directory
”Data Archive”,”Directory”
( F2 ® F5 )
You can enter the path instruction for the table of contents to be displayed. If you
enter only <Cr>, the subindex of the current drive set before the program was
called is displayed.
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Note When a parameter list is saved, there is a check whether a
file with the same name already exists. A remark is displayed if this is
the case and you are asked whether the file should be overwritten.
The data are stored in ”intel-hex” format. The program enters the current date in
the parameter file before saving.
2.4
Transfer
E6 B3
Parameter Lists from KOS
”Transfer”,”Parameter Lists from KOS”
( F3 ® F1 )
Before the data is transferred from the KOS to the PADT, you will be asked
again whether this function should really be carried out. Confirmation with <J>
starts the transfer.
Parameter Lists to KOS
”Transfer”,”Parameter Lists to KOS”
( F3 ® F2 )
Before the data is transferred from the PADT to the KOS, you will be asked
again whether this function should really be carried out. Confirmation with <J>
starts the transfer.
The KOS is stopped before parameters are transferred there, i.e. the telegram
transfer to the master station is interrupted. The KOS is started again and the
telegram transfer continued when the parameters have been transmitted.
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The current date is transferred to the parameter RAM of the KOS when the data
are transported. Thus you can always find out when data were last transferred to
the KOS-RAM.
A remark on the screen shows whether the data transfer is running or whether it
has been terminated. A message appears on the screen if there is an error.
The serial interface is initialized as follows:
9600 baud
no parity bit
1 stop bit
8 data bits
2.5
Printer Output
E6 B4
The printer output is used to log the entered parameters. Output is in DIN A4
format.
Start Printer
”Printer output”,”Start Printer”
( F4 ® F1 )
The following lists are printed:
general parameters
SEAB parameters
KOS parameters only for SEAB-1F
assignment lists only for SEAB-1F
logical message number only for SEAB-1N
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Selection of Printer
”Printer Output”,”Selection of Printer”
( F4 ® F2 )
One of the printers DRU 096, DRU 120, DRU 292, DRU 293 or DRU 1200 can
be selected.
Near letter quality (NLQ) mode can be set with <F5> for DRU 120, DRU 292
and DRU 293.
Note
The printers must be set to IBM graphic character set 2.
A message appears on the screen if the printer is not ready.
The printer output is sent to the Centronics interface (LPT1). Output via the serial interface is not advisable since this is already used to connect the operator interface of the KOS, the EPROM programming panel and the mouse.
Expert If you want to use a printer with serial interface nevertheless, you can detour the output in the MS-DOS level using MODE
commands before starting the KOS parametrization. The necessary
instructions can be found in the MS-DOS manual.
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2.6
EPROM - Menu
E6 B5
Only the EPROM programming station EPS 2000 can be addressed with this
menu. It is linked with the serial interface COM1.
The EPROM used is a 27C256.
The firmware EPROM is a component of the KOS 130/131 module.
Reading Parameter Lists
”EPROM Menu”,”Reading Parameter Lists”
( F5 ® F1 )
The range from 7A00H to 7FFFH containing the parameter lists is read in.
Program Parameter Lists
”EPROM Menu”,”Program Parameter Lists”
( F5 ® F2 )
The range from 7A00H to 7FFFH which is to contain the parameter lists is defined.
Read EPROM
”EPROM Menu”,”Read EPROM”
( F5 ® F3 )
The range from 0000H to 7FFFH is read in.
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Program EPROM
”EPROM Menu”,”Program EPROM”
( F5 0® F4 )
The range from 0000H to 7FFFH is described.
EPROM blank check
”EPROM Menu”,”EPROM blank check”
( F5 ® F5 )
The “EPROM blank check” function can be used to check whether the EPROM
to be programmed is empty.
There is a check whether the EPROM was correctly inserted before each access
to the EPROM. A message appears on the screen if this is not the case.
The EPROM is read or programmed in steps of 256 bytes. The area which was
processed is displayed on the screen.
Only an empty range may be programmed, i.e. the range from 7A00H to 7FFFH
must be deleted for the call <F2> “program parameter list”, and the whole
EPROM must be deleted for the call <F4> ”program complete EPROM”.
You have several possibilities for EPROM creation:
Create new EPROM
Read in the KOS firmware from the firmware EPROM with the call <F3>, create
or read in new parameter data with the corresponding menu and then write to an
empty EPROM with <F4>.
Duplicate EPROM
Read in EPROM with the call <F3> and copy to an empty EPROM with the call
<F4>.
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Program parameter lists
Read in a parameter list from diskette, KOS or EPROM or create a new parameter list and then program on an EPROM already containing the KOS firmware
with the call <F2>.
Change EPROM
Read in data with the call <F3>, change it with the menu ”process parameter
lists” and program to an empty EPROM with the call <F4>.
Note If you do not have ring buffer processing, you can also insert
the parameter-EPROM in an unused slot (position E) (see Geadat
U130 user handbook). In this case only the parameters in the range
from 7A00h to 7FFFH are stored. The firmware is not copied.
Caution You cannot copy the firmware EPROMs with this
menu. Parameters are always also written to the new EPROM
during programming. The default parameters are programmed if
no changes were made.
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2.7
Reset PUTE Memory
E5 B1
After the “reset memory in P500” call, you are again asked whether you are sure
that this function should be carried out. If yes, all the data are deleted and the
default parameters are set.
Default parameters:
SEAB version:
outstation number:
Baud rate:
Lead time:
Trailer time:
Pause time:
Quit LT
M5 lead time:
M5 trailer time:
AZI for MW8:
AZI for MW10:
Buffer overflow warning at:
Read ring buffer only to GP:
Convert monitored information:
Measurand scaling:
DCF-receiver:
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0
600 Bd
5 tbit
5 tbit
5 tbit
60 tbit
12 tbit
12 tbit
64
1024
3072
no
yes
0 - 1023
no
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Index
A
Archiving: Part I 60
Arrow keys: Part I 10
Autosave: Part I 40
B
Bill of materials: Part I 77
C
Cancel link time: Part I 31, 44
Cancel supervise time: Part I 31, 44
Cursor keys: Part I 10
D
Data Archive: Part II 162; Part III 188
Data archive: Part I 60--61
Read data: Part I 60
Data input: Part I 41--52
Edit library: Part I 58
General Datas of Outstation:
Part I 43--46
List of Data Points: Part I 56
Measurand processing: Part I 54
Number of data points: Part I 47
Project data: Part I 41
Selection of
Modules/Parameterization:
Part I 49
Selection of Subracks: Part I 48
Data model: Part I 39
Data tpye, Counted measurand:
Part I 27
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10--bit measurand: Part I 28
8--bit measurand: Part I 28
Actively cancelled command:
Part I 31
Analog setpoint value: Part I 32
Command
1 1/2--pole: Part I 43
1--pole: Part I 43
2--pole: Part I 43
Command type: Part I 43
Commands: Part I 28--30
Digital setpoint values: Part I 32
Double--point information: Part I 25
Monitored information: Part I 25
Organization information: Part I 27
Persistent command: Part I 31
Pulse command: Part I 30, 52
Real--time information: Part I 26
Return information: Part I 26, 31
Transient information: Part I 34
Delay time for persistent commands:
Part I 46
DEZ160 parametrization
Counted measurand: Part II 161
Data Archive: Part II 162
Data input: Part II 158
General parameters: Part II 158
Edge detection: Part II 161
EPROM menu: Part II 164
Invertation of Input: Part II 160
Main menu: Part II 158
Printer output: Part II 165
Setting of Data Type: Part II 160
Index
199
E
Extension: Part I 39
F
Funciton block, FB11: Part I 141
Function block
FB1: Part I 125
FB10: Part I 140
FB12: Part I 142
FB13: Part I 144
FB14: Part I 145
FB15: Part I 149
FB16: Part I 149
FB17: Part I 150
FB18: Part I 150
FB19: Part I 151
FB2: Part I 128
FB3: Part I 130
FB4: Part I 131
FB5: Part I 131
FB6: Part I 132
FB7: Part I 133
FB8: Part I 136
FB9: Part I 140
G
Group contacts: Part I 43
I
IL blocks: Part I 81
IL Generation: Part I 62--66
K
KOS default parameters: Part III 196
KOS parameters: Part III 181
KOS parametrization
Assignment lists: Part III 182
Control Direction: Part III 184
Counted value: Part III 185
Default set value: Part III 184
Monitoring direction: Part III 182
Real--time information:
Part III 187
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Ring buffer handling: Part III 186
Common Parameters: Part III 179
Data Archive: Part III 188
EPROM menu: Part III 193
Logical message number:
Part III 188
Main menu: Part III 178
Reset P500: Part III 196
SEAB parameters: Part III 180
L
Level/image
E0 B1: Part I 39
E1 B1: Part I 41, 43, 60, 62, 66,
71, 77
E2 B1: Part I 41, 47, 48, 49
E2 B2: Part I 60, 61, 67
E2 B3: Part I 60, 66
E2 B4: Part I 71, 72, 73, 74
E2 B5: Part I 62
E2 B6: Part I 77
E3 B1: Part I 41
E3 B2: Part I 44, 45, 46
E3 B3: Part I 43, 47
E3 B4: Part I 48
E3 B5: Part I 49
E3 B6: Part I 54--55
E3 B7: Part I 56
E3 B8: Part I 58
E3 B9: Part I 75, 76
E4 B1: Part I 50
E5 B1: Part III 178, 196
E5 B2: Part II 158
E6 B1: Part III 179
E6 B2: Part III 188
E6 B3: Part III 190
E6 B4: Part III 191
E6 B5: Part III 193
E6 B6: Part II 158, 162
E6 B8: Part II 164
E6 B9: Part II 165
E7 B1: Part III 179
E7 B10: Part II 161
E7 B11: Part II 161
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E7 B2: Part III 180
E7 B3: Part III 181
E7 B4: Part III 182
E7 B5: Part III 188
E7 B7: Part II 158
E7 B8: Part II 160
E7 B9: Part II 160
E8 B1: Part III 182
E8 B2: Part III 184
E8 B3: Part III 184
E8 B4: Part III 185
E8 B5: Part III 186
E8 B6: Part III 187
Ex By: Part I 11
Library: Part I 58--78
Limits: Part I 33
List of Data Points: Part I 56--57
M
Malposition suppression time:
Part I 25, 45
Measurand processing: Part I 54
Modules
ADU 115: Part I 50, 51
ADU 116: Part I 47, 51
ALU 131: Part I 49
BIK 112: Part I 49
DAP 102: Part I 51
DAP 103: Part I 51
DAP 112: Part I 47, 51
DAU 104: Part I 50, 51
DAU 108: Part I 47, 50, 51
DEP 112: Part I 47, 51
DEZ 160: Part I 50
KOS 130/131: Part I 49
N
Number of data points: Part I 47--48
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O
Organization block: Part I 85
Outstation number: Part I 41;
Part III 179
P
Printer output: Part I 71--78;
Part II 165; Part III 191
Bill of materials: Part I 71
General Datas of Outstation:
Part I 74
Hardware Configuration: Part I 71
Instruction list: Part I 76
List of Data Points: Part I 73
Table of measurand limits:
Part I 72
Printer selection: Part I 74;
Part II 165; Part III 192
Program blocks
PB1: Part I 86
PB10: Part I 97
PB11: Part I 98
PB12: Part I 99
PB13: Part I 105
PB14: Part I 109
PB15: Part I 113
PB16: Part I 115
PB18: Part I 115
PB19: Part I 116
PB2: Part I 88
PB20: Part I 117
PB21: Part I 118
PB22: Part I 119
PB23: Part I 123
PB24: Part I 123
PB3: Part I 89
PB4: Part I 90
PB5: Part I 92
PB6: Part I 93
PB7: Part I 94
PB8: Part I 96
PB9: Part I 97
Project data: Part I 41--42
Comment: Part I 41
Index
201
Operator: Part I 41
Outstation: Part I 41
Outstation number: Part I 41
R
Reservation SU/SD: Part I 46
Restart: Part I 39
S
SD: Part I 22
Selection of
Modules/Parameterization:
Part I 49--52
Selection of Subracks: Part I 48--49
Start AKF130: Part I 66, 67
Station, Copy: Part I 41
SU: Part I 22
Cancel link time: Part I 44
Cancel supervise time: Part I 44
Command duration: Part I 52
Command runtime: Part I 52
Delay time for persistent
commands: Part I 46
Malposition suppression time:
Part I 45
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Index
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Addresses
04
Addresses
203
Technical Offices and Sales Points
of AEG in the Federal Republic of Germany
Aachen
Grüner Weg 22/24
W-5100 Aachen
Tel. (02 41) 1 08-0
Fax (02 41) 1 08-1 05
Dortmund
Rheinlanddamm
W-4600 Dortmund 1
Tel. (02 31) 12 00-0
Fax (02 31) 12 00-3 31
Hannover
Max-Müller-Straße 50-60
W-3000 Hannover 1
Tel. (05 11) 63 04-0
Fax (05 11) 63 04-2 13
Augsburg-Lechhausen
Raiffeisenstraße 13
W-8900 Augsburg-Lechhausen
Tel. (08 21) 79 03-130
Fax (08 21) 79 03-1 45
Dresden
An der Eisenbahn
O-8060 Dresden
Tel. (00 37 51) 5 90-26 63
Fax (00 37 51) 51 51-5 57
Heilbronn
Weinsberger Straße 18
W-7100 Heilbronn*
Tel. (0 71 31) 6 16-0
Fax (0 71 31) 6 16-49
Bayreuth
Opernstraße 24/26
W-8580 Bayreuth 2
Tel. (09 21) 88 03-0
Fax (09 21) 88 03-33
Düsseldorf
Wiesenstraße 21
W-4000 Düsseldorf 11
Tel. (02 11) 50 80-01
Fax (02 11) 50 80-3 07
Karlsruhe
Neureuther Straße 5-7
W-7500 Karlsruhe 21
Tel. (07 21) 59 69-0
Fax (07 21) 59 69-3 00
Berlin
Hohenzollerndamm 150
W-1000 Berlin 33
Tel. (0 30) 8 28-0
Fax (0 30) 8 23 36 18
Erfurt
Klement-Gottwald-Straße 28
O-5082 Erfurt
Tel. (00 37 61) 34 96
Fax (00 37 61) 3 60 72
Kassel-Bettenhausen
Lilienthalstraße 150
W-3500 Kassel-Bettenhausen
Tel. (05 61) 5 02-1
Fax (05 61) 5 02-28 05
Bielefeld
Schillerstraße 44
W-4800 Bielefeld 1
Tel. (05 21) 8 05-0
Fax (05 21) 8 05-2 46
Essen
Kruppstraße 6
W-4300 Essen 1
Tel. (02 01) 2 44-1
Fax (02 01) 2 44-2 85
Kempten
Kronenstraße 21
W-8960 Kempten*
Tel. (08 31) 2 40 49
Fax (08 31) 1 89 39
Braunschweig
Campestraße 7
W-3300 Braunschweig
Tel. (05 31) 70 02-0
Fax (05 31) 70 02-2 55
Frankfurt
Mainzer Landstraße 351-367
W-6000 Frankfurt 1
Tel. (0 69) 75 07-0
Fax (0 69) 75 07-4 40
Kiel
Seekoppelweg 7
W-2300 Kiel 1
Tel. (04 31) 68 96-0
Fax (04 31) 68 96-2 52
Bremen
Stresemannstraße 29
W-2800 Bremen 1
Tel. (04 21) 44 94-0
Fax (04 21) 44 94-3 45
Freiburg
Tullastraße 84
W-7800 Freiburg
Tel. (07 61) 51 01-1
Fax (07 61) 51 01-5 76
Koblenz
Rheinstraße 17
W-5400 Koblenz
Tel. (02 61) 3 94-0
Fax (02 61) 3 94-2 16
Bremerhaven
Löningstraße 6
W-2850 Bremerhaven*
Tel. (04 71) 4 00 92
Fax (04 71) 4 00 96
Gießen
Schanzenstraße 1-5
W-6300 Gießen
Tel. (06 41) 7 06-2 12
Fax (06 41) 7 06-2 15
Köln
Oskar-Jäger-Straße 125-143
W-5000 Köln 30
Tel. (02 21) 54 91-0
Fax (02 21) 54 91-3 16
Chemnitz
Altchemnitzer Straße 46
O-9048 Chemnitz*
Tel. (00 37 71) 57 52 32
Fax (00 37 71) 57 52 07
Hamburg
Stadthausbrücke 9
W-2000 Hamburg 36
Tel. (0 40) 34 98-0
Fax (0 40) 34 98-2 32
Leipzig
Holzhäuser Straße 120
O-7027 Leipzig*
Tel. (00 37 41) 68 14-511
Fax (00 37 41) 68 14-5 16
* Sales Point
204
Addresses
04
Magdeburg
Otto-von-Guericke-Straße 25
O-3010 Magdeburg 1
Tel. (00 37 91) 3 10 77
Fax (00 37 91) 3 28 60
Osnabrück
Pferdestraße 23
W-4500 Osnabrück*
Tel. (05 41) 5 84 92-0
Fax (05 41) 5 84 92-31
Siegen
Sandstraße 173
W-5900 Siegen 1
Tel. (02 71) 47 55
Fax (02 71) 47 56
Mainz
Fischtorplatz 14
W-6500 Mainz 1
Tel. (0 61 31) 2 06-0
Fax (0 61 31) 2 06-2 00
Ravensburg
Henri-Dunant-Straße 6
W-7980 Ravensburg*
Tel. (07 51) 95 58
Fax (07 51) 9 47 56
Böblingen
Dornierstraße 7
W-7030 Böblingen
Tel. (0 70 31) 66 68-1
Fax (0 70 31) 66 68-3 90
Mannheim
N 7, 5-6 Kunststraße
W-6800 Mannheim 1
Tel. (06 21) 2 97-1
Fax (06 21) 2 97-3 22
Regensburg
Bukarester Straße 12
W-8400 Regensburg 1
Tel. (09 41) 79 66-0
Fax (09 41) 79 66-1 23
Ulm
Neue Straße 113/115
W-7900 Ulm*
Tel. (07 31) 1 72-0
Fax (07 31) 1 72-1 23
München
Arnulfstraße 205
W-8000 München 19
Tel. (0 89) 13 05-0
Fax (0 89) 13 05-6 14
Rostock
Hermann-Duncker-Platz 1
O-2500 Rostock
Tel. (00 37 81) 3 83-5 19
Fax (00 37 81) 3 83 22 01
Wesel
Delogstraße 2
W-4320 Wesel*
Tel. (02 81) 2 50 91
Fax (02 81) 2 50 95
Münster
Friedrich-Ebert-Straße 7
W-4400 Münster
Tel. (02 51) 53 06-0
Fax (02 51) 53 06-1 74
Saarbrücken
Mainzer Straße 176
W-6600 Saarbrücken 3
Tel. (06 81) 81 03-0
Wilhelmshaven
Zedeliusstraße 28
W-2940 Wilhelmshaven*
Tel. (0 44 21) 78-0
Fax (0 44 21) 78-25 22
Nordhorn
Ootmarsumer Weg 8
W-4460 Nordhorn*
Tel. (0 59 21) 50 45
Fax (0 59 21) 60 50
Schwerin
Fax (06 81) 81 03-2 10
Wismarsche Straße 290
O-2759 Schwerin*
Tel. (00 37 84) 54 01
Würzburg
Gneisenaustraße 20
W-8700 Würzburg 1
Tel. (09 31) 7 20 41
Fax (09 31) 88 75 40
Nürnberg
Gutenstetter Straße 12
W-8500 Nürnberg 60
Tel. (09 11) 65 97-0
Fax (09 11) 65 97-7 54
* Sales Point
04
Addresses
205
Subsidiaries, Representatives and MODICON Distributors
of AEG in Europe
Albania
Pauwels Contracting N.V.
Antwerpse Steenweg 167-169
B-2800 Mechelen
Austria
AEG Austria GmbH, Dept. TKM
Brünner Straße 52
A-1210 Vienna
Tel. (0043 1) 2 77 11-65 04
Fax (0043 1) 2 77 11-65 06
Roßmähder 1
A-6851 Dornbirn
Tel. (0043 55 72) 6 36 12-0
Fax (0043 55 72) 6 36 12-4
Asperngasse 2
A-8020 Graz
Tel. (0043 3 16) 57 25 70-0
Fax (0043 3 16) 57 25 70-80
Amraser Straße 118
A-6020 Innsbruck
Tel. (0043 5 12) 49 21 50-0
Fax (0043 5 12) 49 21 50-47
Rosentalerstraße 189
A-9023 Klagenfurt
Tel. (0043 4 63) 28 27 00-0
Fax (0043 4 63) 28 27 00-44
Fürbergstraße 44
A-5020 Salzburg
Tel. (0043 6 62) 6 42 77-2
Fax (0043 6 62) 6 42 77-0 13
Europaplatz 6/2
A-3100 St. Pölten
Tel. (0043 27 42) 6 76 46
Fax (0043 27 42) 6 74 07
Rubensstraße 40
A-4050 Traun
Tel. (0043 7 32) 8 30 31-0
Fax (0043 7 32) 8 30 31-80
Belgium
S.A. belge - Belgische N.V. AEG
Divisie Modicon
Rue de Stalle 65
B-1180 Brussels
Tel. (0032 2) 3 70 06 11
Fax (0032 2) 3 76 36 53
S.A. belge - Belgische N.V. AEG
Divisie Modicon
Bisschoppenhoflaan 637
B-2100 Antwerp (Deurne)
Tel. (0032 3) 3 26 01 70
Fax (0032 3) 3 26 03 99
France
AEG Modicon Automation S.N.C.
Rue Einstein, ZI Vaux le Pénil
F-77015 Melun Cédex
Tel. (0033 1) 64 37 16 06
Fax (0033 1) 64 39 14 50
Bulgaria
RILA/ Interpred
Bulgaro-Savetska druzhba, 16
1057 Sofia
Tel. (0035 92) 70 81 51
Great Britain
AEG (UK) Ltd.- Eng. Division
Eskdale Road, Berkshire
GB-Winnersh RG 11 5 PF
Tel. (0044 7 34) 69 83 30
Fax (0044 7 34) 69 96 07
Czechoslovakia
AEG Ceskoslovensko spol. s r. o.
Sázavská, 1
CS-12000 Prague 2
Tel. (0042 2) 25 00 38
Fax (0042 2) 25 05 13
AEG Ceskoslovensko spol. s r. o.
Panenska 30
CS-81103 Bratislava
Tel. (0042 7) 31 55 48
Fax (0042 7) 31 12 83
MODICON Electronics Ltd.
The Business Centre,
GB-Wokingham, Berks
Tel. (0044 7 34) 78 68 08
Fax (0044 7 34) 77 63 99*
MODICON Electronics Ltd.
Molly Millar’s Lane*
RG 11 2 JQ*
AEG Ceskoslovensko spol. s r. o.
Botanická 68a
CS-60200 Brno
Tel. (0042 5) 74 32 87
Greece
AEG Hellas A.E.
Florinis 15
GR-18346 Moschaton (Athens)
Tel. (0030 1) 4 89 21 11
Fax (0030 1) 4 82 36 43
Denmark
AEG Dansk Aktieselskab
Roskildevej 8-10
DK-2620 Albertslund
Tel. (0045 42) 64 85 22
Fax (0045 42) 64 89 49
Hungary
AEG Húngaria kft.
Istenhegyi út 29-33
H-1125 Budapest
Tel. (0036 1) 1 55 65 66
Fax (0036 1) 1 55 83 85
Finland
Sähköliikkeiden Oy
Sähkömetsä
SF-01301 Vantaa 30
Tel. (0035 80) 83 81
Fax (0035 80) 83 59 51
Iceland
Braedurnier Ormsson H/F
Lágmúla 9
IS-108 Reykjavik
Tel. (0035 41) 3 88 20
Fax (0035 41) 68 00 18
Oy E. Sarlin AB
Kalvokselantie 3-5, Vantaa
SF-00101 Helsinki 10
Tel. (0035 80) 53 50 22
Fax (0035 80) 5 63 32 27
Ireland
Process Control & Automation
Systems Ltd.
Strawhall Industrial Estate
IRL-Carlow
Tel. (0035 35 03) 4 23 77
Fax (0035 35 03) 4 26 20
* (from June ’91)
206
Addresses
04
taly
AEG Italiana S.p.A.
Via Stephenson, 94
I-20157 Milan
Tel. (0039 2) 3 32 12-1
Fax (0039 2) 3 32 12-2 01
MODICON Italiana S.r.L.
Via Stephenson, 94
I-20157 Milan
Tel. (0039 2) 3 32 12-1
Fax (0039 2) 3 32 12-2 09
Elettronucleonica S.p.A.
Piazza de Angeli 7
I-20146 Milan
Tel. (0039 2) 4 98 24 51
Fax (0039 2) 4 81 61 29
Luxembourg
AEG Luxembourg S.à.r.L.
2, Rue Albert Borschette
L-1246 Luxembourg-Kirchberg
Tel. (0035 2) 43 88 8-1
Fax (0035 2) 43 88 8-2 15
Netherlands
AEG Nederland N.V.
Aletta Jacobslaan 7
NL-1066 BP Amsterdam
Tel. (0031 20) 5 10 5-9 11
Fax (0031 20) 5 10 5-2 40
MODICON B.V.
Haarlemmerstraatweg 113
NL-1165 MK Halfweg (N.H.)
Tel. (0031 29 07) 79 11
Fax (0031 29 07) 61 77
Norway
AEG Norge A/S
Stanseveien 6
N-0902 Oslo 9
Tel. (0047 2) 16 11 11
Fax (0047 2) 16 29 05
Solberg & Andersen A/S
Brynsveien 5
N-0611 Oslo 6
Tel. (0047 2) 65 70 00
Fax (0047 2) 65 73 03
Poland
AEG Aktiengesellschaft
ul. Mokotowska 4/6
PL-00-641 Warsaw
Tel. (0048 22) 25 72 76
Fax (0048 22) 25 62 59
Tel. + Fax (0048) 39 12 05 33
AEG Aktiengesellschaft
ul. Czerwinskiego 6
PL-40-123 Katowice
Tel. (0048 32) 58 62 91
Fax (0048 32) 58 35 47
Portugal
AEG Portuguesa S.A.
Rua João Saraiva 4/6
P-1799 Lisbon
Tel. (0035 11) 89 11 71
Fax (0035 11) 89 71 28
Romania
AEG Liaison Office Bukarest
Str. Sevastopol No.13-17, Ap. 404
RO-78118 Bukarest
Tel. (0040 0) 59 20 22
Soviet Union
AEG Liaison Office Moskow
Pokrovskij Boulevard 4/17
Korpus 3, 1. Floor
SU-101000 Moskow
Tel. (0070 95) 2 08 54 13
Fax (0070 95) 2 30 23 13
Spain
AEG Ibérica de Electricidad S.A.
c/Principe de Vergara, 112
E-28002 Madrid
Tel. (0034 1) 2 62 76 00
Fax (0034 1) 2 62 75 14
Avda. Roma, 2y4, Planta 12
E-08014 Barcelona
Tel. (0034 3) 4 23 41 51
Fax (0034 3) 4 23 44 95
Avda. del Ejército, 11, Planta 3
E-48014 Bilbao
Tel. (0034 4) 4 47 68 12
Fax (0034 4) 4 76 14 79
Sweden
AEG Elektriska AB
Dalvägen 10
S-17136 Solna
Tel. (0046 8) 7 05 45 00
Fax (0046 8) 7 30 16 10
Instrumentfirman INOR AB
Slipstensgatan 6
S-20039 Malmö
Tel. (0046 40) 22 25 00
Fax (0046 40) 22 92 43
Switzerland
Elektron AG
Riedhofstraße 11
CH-8804 Au ZH
Tel. (0041 1) 7 81 01 11
Fax (0041 1) 7 81 02 02
GSY Industrieautomation AG
Biberiststraße 24
CH-4501 Solothurn
Tel. (0041 65) 21 81 21
Fax (0041 65) 22 12 69
Turkey
AEG Genel Elektrik T.A.S.
Timlo Is Hani, Kat.3-6
TR-80280 Esentepe/ Istanbul
Tel. (0090 1) 1 74 58 10...17
Fax (0090 1) 1 67 44 15
Yugoslavia
INTEREXPORT
27. Marta 69/XII
YU-11000 Belgrade
Tel. (0038 11) 62 00 55
Fax (0038 11) 63 11 82
INTEREXPORT
Veselina Maslese 6
YU-71000 Sarajevo
Tel. (0038 71) 3 55 62
Fax (0038 71) 65 00 27
INTEREXPORT
Gajeva 35
YU-41000 Zagreb
Tel. (0038 41) 27 39 11
Fax (0038 41) 42 50 99
General Urrutia, 1
E-46006 Valencia
Tel. (0034 6) 3 74 83 00
Fax (0034 6) 3 33 10 39
* (from June ’91)
04
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Company
Name
Street
City
Phone
AEG Aktiengesellschaft
Fachbereich Automatisierungstechnik
MODICON Europa / Abt. A91 M22
Postfach 1162
D-6453 Seligenstadt
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