Schneider Automation Modicon Quantum Ethernet Product data

Modicon Quantum
Ethernet I/O
automation platform
™
Catalog
2012
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Contents
Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
bb Product data website. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
bb Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
bb Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
bb Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
bb Architectures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
bb References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Unity™ Pro software
Selection guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
bb Introduction, functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
bb References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
bb Product reference index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
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features, including: System Layout, Remote I/O Components, Architecture Examples
and Ethernet I/O Benefits – Why is it important?
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The improved Modicon™
™
Quantum controller
The Modicon Quantum Ethernet
I/O (QEIO) automation platform is
designed to meet the requirements
of both the industrial automation and
process industries.
An integral part of the PlantStruxure™
architecture, Modicon Quantum
Ethernet I/O supports remote I/O
architectures that meet your physical
requirements today, as well as being
both scalable and flexible – to adapt
to future modifications of
your installation.
PlantStruxure™ is a collaborative architecture that allows industrial and
infrastructure companies to meet their automation needs and, at the same
time, deliver on growing energy management requirements. In a single
environment, measured energy and process data can be analyzed and
used to optimize your plant's performance. PlantStruxure is not only easy
to engineer and simple to maintain, it delivers a detailed snapshot of what
is happening in your process. It integrates easily with third party devices
and provides added value in the form of historian and manufacturing
execution system functionalities. In short, PlantStruxure helps you drive
increased return on assets while meeting your application needs.
Unity™ Pro
Unity™ Pro, a unique
configuration software for your
Modicon PAC architecture
Compatible
with High
End Modicon
Quantum
controller
Controllers
Ethernet
Ethernet,
the backbone of
PlantStruxure:
the choice for
a standard,
industrial network
DIO Cloud
RIO
Ring
DIO
Ring
RIO
Ring
Remote I/Os
Remote I/Os ring +
distributed I/Os on
the same cable
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Distributed I/Os
Separated distributed
I/Os and remote I/Os
Standard Available Scalable
Simple
Ethernet is an open
industrial standard.
EtherNet/IP (promoted
by ODVA) has been
chosen for QEIO as a
long-lasting universal
standard. Standard
network infrastructure
devices, tools, and
network analyzers
simplify maintenance
and training.
I/Os are managed
by one single
configuration software –
Unity™ Pro.
High operational
availability is the
requirement for many
systems today. QEIO
solutions can continue
to operate in the event
of an interrupted
connection at a single
device, helping to
keep your process
running with minimal
disruption.
When your application
evolves, the QEIO
solution grows alongside
it, adapting to the life
cycle of your installation
without extensive
modifications. The
addition of sensors/
actuators and other
devices is simplified
thanks to the versatility
of Modicon Quantum
Ethernet I/O.
Compatible with
your installed systems
Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet RIO (QEIO)
QEIO uses the same standard I/O
modules as existing Quantum S908
systems, providing migration solutions
at a lower cost.
Head End adaptor 140 CRP 31200
• Front display for diagnostics in compliance
with ODVA standard
• Port to link to Ethernet module to mix
DIO and RIO on the same cable
• Service port to connect PC, local HMI
or DIO devices
• 2 ports for Daisy chain loop
Dual ring switch (DRS)
ConneXium™ range extended manageable switch
DRS 8 ports (TCSESM083F23F1)
• 8 copper
DRS 8 ports (TCSESM063F2CU1)
• 6 copper
• 2 fiber optic multimode
- Long distance up to 2 km
DRS 8 ports (TCSESM063F2CS1)
Drop adaptor 140 CRA 31200
• Rotary switches to configure drop address
• Service port to connect a PC, local HMI
or DIO cloud
• 2 ports for Daisy chain loop
• 6 copper
• 2 fiber optic single mode
- Long distance up to 15 km
Predefined, tested, and validated
configurations save time and
increase performance...
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Choose flexibility and high perf
The QEIO solution is built around existing Modicon™ Quantum™ technology, and utilizes SE
I/O modules. This solution's flexibility allows I/O architectures to be designed to meet the
requirements of a wide range of control applications. The choice of an I/O bus architecture based
on Ethernet functionality eliminates the limitations of traditional, proprietary network topologies,
while providing a high level of performance.
Flexible
> For the design of your architecture
Choice of topologies:
• RIO: Daisy chain loop
• DIO: Ring, star and bus
> For the connection of your instrumentation
Easy addition of instrumentation thanks
to FDT / DTM technology.
C
R
P
N
O
E
Main ring RIO
Easy integration of
third-party devices in DIO
DRS
DRS
PRM
Sub ring RIO
Sub ring RIO
DIO cloud
> For the size of RIO drop and DIO
Up to 31 drops of QEIO. Each drop can be 1 or 2
racks, each rack 4 to16 slots. Future evolution of
QEIO will allow Modicon M340 to be used as I/O
drops to further expand the flexibility.
> For the future extension of DIO
No need to add cables – just connect your new
DIO island to the existing QEIO network via
service port or switch. It's possible to mix DIO
and RIO on the same media.
RIO
Size rack
flexible
DRS
Additional rack
possible in a drop
> For the online modification of your
installation
Add an I/O module without stopping your
process using the Change Configuration on the
Fly (CCOTF) function of Unity™ Pro. Benefit from
the continuity of communication with your
SCADA due to the OPC Factory Server during
the online changes.
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Easy addition
of a device as DIO
on service port of
CRA module without
extra cost of cabling
DIO
ormance in your architecture…
High Performance Fewer constraints
> The Quality of Service (QoS) function
provides deterministic operation of QEIO
• For large I/O configurations, performance is
better than many proprietary RIO busses
• Improved communications between SCADA
and the Modicon™ Quantum™ PAC are possible
thanks to the OPC Factory server.
3 Information
processed
2 Information
transmitted
Input
1 actuated
> Be connected everywhere via the embedded
service ports on the CRA/CRP modules
• Unity™ Pro: maintenance or modification
of application (connection via NOE module)
• HMI: No extra design cost to add an HMI
(connection via NOE module)
• DIO cloud to connect your IO devices without
additional hardware
>Design phase is easier
• No limit to the number of analog modules per drop
Rack CPU
RIO Drop
Output
4 transmitted
400 words IN
400 words OUT
per RIO drop
Predictable application response time
XBE
Ana
Ana
Ana
Application response
time (ART)
XBE
Input
Output
Output
5 actuated
Analog modules
RIO Drop
Increased
bandwidth
between
SCADA &
PAC
for a solution
on OPC
More I/O
capacity per
remote I/O drop
and more…
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High availability
> With hot-standby CPU
Choose the Modicon™ Quantum™ HSBY CPU
compatible with the QEIO solution.
Self-recovering
I/O Ring
RIO
sub ring
RIO
main ring
RSTP
DRS
RSTP
NOE
NOE
CRP
Redundant CPUs
NOE
NOE
High availability
solution
CRP
> With RIO Daisy chain loop
RIO communication modules include a dual
Ethernet port. These 2 copper ports provide RIO
communications and cable redundancy.
Redundant SCADA
DIO
ring
RSTP
Modicon STB
New path
RSTP function
finds a new path in
case of cable break
Drop RIO
Up to
If the network is disrupted, the network loop will
recover in < 50 ms.
Long-term
investment
• PlantStruxure™ solution
• Modicon platform
• Based on Ethernet
• Compatible with current Modicon M340™
technologies (as DIO)
10
MB
of data can be
exchanged between
HSBY Modicon
Quantum CPUs
every program scan.
Easy access
• Web page view of RIO network
• Program viewer via FactoryCast™
Quantum ERIO Statistics Available
• Easy to monitor
health of QERIO
via browser
• Both CRA and CRP
statistics available
• Rack viewer function
for Quantum
available on Ethernet
module 140 NOE
77111
> Be connected
everywhere with
mobile technology
See what your automation
architecture can do!
Thanks to PlantStruxure™ Quantum™ Ethernet solutions, your processes are efficient, whatever
the stage of your architecture development. And, you'll enjoy reliable and efficient automation
and control solutions.
>E
thernet topology: Daisy chain loop, ring, star, bus
> Continuity of communication with SCADA (OFS)
> Copper or fiber optic: EMC and distance
> CCOTF (Change Configuration on the Fly)
> ConneXium Dual ring switch (DRS), up to 2 levels of
RSTP rings, and up to 16 independant RSTP rings
> Transparent access: web view of RIO in NOE
web pages
> Unity™ Pro (DFB, 5 IEC langages, simulation)
>S
ervices port: access from anywhere or on CRA/
CRP for local HMI*, Unity*, ConneXium
(*via NOE module)
™
> High availability solutions
Design
>O
ptimally sized
modular drops
Renew
Your
process
Operate
> No limit to number of
analog modules
per drop: I/O drop
increased (400 words
IN, 400 words OUT)
> Data exchange
1.5 MB HSBY CPU
> Predictable ART
(application
response time)
> 12X bandwidth
SCADA
Maintain
>Q
EIO uses the same I/O modules as
Quantum S908, so installed base can
migrate by changing only CRA/CRP
modules and wiring CRA/CRP
> Flexible architecture
Optimize
>S
tandard Ethernet tools for maintenance:
ConneXview™, HiVision, Wireshark®
>W
eb RIO vision via the rack viewer function
in NOE module
> Program viewer
>A
ccess to standard Unity maintenance
key values
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Introduction
Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
I/O architectures
Introduction
The Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O automation platform provides an I/O
architecture solution over Ethernet.
Modicon Quantum Ethernet I/O solution includes:
bb Ethernet remote I/O (RIO)
bb Ethernet distributed devices (DIO)
bb CRP Ethernet head adaptor
bb CRA Ethernet drop adaptor
bb Three managed switches from the ConneXium™ offer (1) whose parameters can
be set using predefined configuration files for immediate use
Numerous different architectures are possible, such as:
bb Ethernet RIO architectures with or without ConneXium managed switches
bb Architectures with separate or combined Ethernet RIO and Ethernet DIO devices
bb Hot Standby (HSBY) architectures
This solution also includes numerous options and functions as standard, providing:
bb High process availability, with the option of connecting Ethernet RIO and Ethernet
DIO in a daisy chain loop
bb Deterministic data exchanges between the PLC and the Ethernet RIO
bb Remote service with a SERVICE port available on the CRP Ethernet head adaptor
and CRA Ethernet drop adaptor
Enterprise
ERP system
MES
(Manufacturing
Execution
System)
Plant
Vijeo™
Historian™
Process
Vijeo™ Citect™
SCADA
Unity™ Pro
Redundant
system
servers
Dual Ethernet ring
Hot Standby PLCs
(Primary and Standby)
Workshop
HMI
Field
ConneXium™
switch
Modicon™ STB
Ethernet DIO
Modicon™ STB
Ethernet DIO
Variable
speed
drive
Motor
protection
Motor
starter
Ethernet RIO
drops
Ethernet RIO drops
Variable
speed
drive
Motor
starter
Motor
protection
Energy
supervision
Energy
supervision
Ethernet RIO and Ethernet
DIO drops combined on the
same medium
Separate Ethernet RIO and
Ethernet DIO on separate
media
Remote site
Typical architecture
(1) The use of switches other than those detailed in these Quantum Ethernet I/O pages is not
supported.
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Introduction (continued)
Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
I/O architectures
Introduction (continued)
Advantages
Flexibility, availability of combinations and deterministic operation
bb Flexibility of Ethernet topologies provides many different options to meet the
needs of numerous applications.
bb Ability to combine Ethernet RIO and DIO devices on the same medium enables:
vv Reduced wiring costs
vv Up to 31 Ethernet RIO drops and 128 Ethernet DIO devices
bb Deterministic nature of data exchanges between the PLC and the Ethernet RIO
allows the system response time to be calculated for the Ethernet RIO, regardless
of the number of Ethernet DIO devices.
Increased process performance and availability
Cable break
bb High performance levels exceeding the current limits for Modicon™ Quantum™
architectures (S908 network) with 400 input words and 400 output words per drop
(instead of 64 input words and 64 output words for the S908 architecture)
bb High overall process availability in Hot Standby architectures with:
vv Primary ring and secondary ring topologies using the Ethernet ports on the
CRP Ethernet head adaptor and CRA Ethernet drop adaptor
vv RSTP (Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol) for the primary ring or secondary ring,
enabling a ring to self-heal in less than 50 ms if there is a cable break or a
module becomes inoperative
Remote debugging
RSTP
Communication operational again in
under 50 ms after a cable break or
module becomes inoperative
RSTP protocol
CRP Ethernet head adaptors and CRA Ethernet drop adaptors have 3 or 4
connection ports, depending on the module:
bb 2 DEVICE NETWORK ports for daisy chain loop connection of Ethernet RIO
bb 1 SERVICE port supporting a rate of 5 Mbps for connecting Ethernet DIO devices,
up to a maximum of 20 Mbps for Ethernet DIO ports:
vv Local HMI (Magelis™ terminal, etc.) (1)
vv One or more Ethernet DIO devices
vv PC with Unity Pro software (2) for debugging an application remotely
vv Network diagnostics with the ConneXview™ or HiVision software, or other
network analysis tools (Port Mirroring, etc.)
bb 1 INTERLINK port on the CRP Ethernet head adaptor (see page 16)
Online configuration modification with the CCOTF function
The CCOTF (Change Configuration On The Fly) function enables I/O modules to be
added to or removed from a Quantum PLC configuration in RUN mode.
It also enables the configuration parameters of pre-existing and new I/O modules to
be modified online.
These changes are possible on the Quantum local rack and on RIO drops (Ethernet
or S908 networks).
This CCOTF function avoids interruptions to processes and helps reduce
production costs.
Compatibility with references in the Quantum catalog
Quantum Ethernet I/O offer is fully compatible with the references in the Quantum
offer (CPUs, power supply, I/O modules, racks).
This compatibility simplifies:
bb Implementation of Ethernet I/O architectures
bb Migration from a S908 network architecture to a Quantum Ethernet I/O
architecture
Rack Viewer function
Rack Viewer function provides access to Ethernet RIO data via a web browser.
Function requires the 140NOE77111 Ethernet communication module.
Predefined configurations for ConneXium managed switches
Use of ConneXium managed switches specifically for Quantum Ethernet I/O
architectures is simplified using 7 predefined configuration files (included on the
Unity™ Pro u V6.0 DVD). These configurations are optimized to meet the
requirements of the majority of Ethernet architectures (see page 17).
(1) Please refer to the “Human-Machine Interfaces” catalog.
(2) Requires Unity Pro Extra Large software u V6.0.
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Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
Introduction (continued)
Ethernet RIO and Ethernet DIO architectures
Quantum™
Ethernet I/O
Types of Quantum™ Ethernet I/O architecture (1)
Quantum Ethernet I/O can be used in three types of architecture:
bb Ethernet RIO architectures
vv Without ConneXium™ managed switches
vv With ConneXium managed switches
bb Ethernet RIO and Ethernet DIO device architectures
vv Separate Ethernet RIO and Ethernet DIO devices
vv Combined Ethernet RIO and Ethernet DIO devices
bb Quantum Ethernet I/O Hot Standby architectures
CRA
CRA
CRP
CRA
Ethernet RIO
Ethernet network
Ethernet RIO architecture
without ConneXium managed switches
Ethernet RIO architectures
Ethernet RIO without ConneXium managed switches
Quantum
Ethernet I/O
CRA
CRA
CRA
CRP
Ethernet RIO
Ethernet RIO with ConneXium managed switches
Ethernet network
Copper link
Fiber optic link
link
Managed
switches
CRA
CRA
CRA
Ethernet RIO
Copper link
Ethernet RIO and Ethernet DIO devices (2)
Ethernet RIO architecture
with ConneXium™ managed switches
CRA
CRA
CRP
CRA
Separate Ethernet RIO and Ethernet DIO devices
Conventional architecture with Ethernet RIO and Ethernet DIO devices on two
isolated networks:
bb The Ethernet RIO are connected to the PLC via the 140CRP31200 Ethernet head
adaptor (1).
bb The Ethernet DIO devices are connected via the 140NOE771pp or
140NOC77100 Ethernet communication module (2).
Ethernet RIO
1
2
Ethernet RIO architecture specifically for applications requiring discrete or analog
I/O. Integration of ConneXium managed switches allows drops to be located
remotely using a fiber optic link:
bb Over long distances (more than 100 m)
bb In environments subject to a great deal of interference
bb Connecting sites that do not share the same earth ground point where a potential
difference between the sites may exist.
Each switch also allows the management of a secondary Ethernet RIO ring.
Ethernet network
Quantum
Ethernet I/O
Simple Ethernet RIO architecture specifically for applications requiring discrete I/O,
analog I/O or the 140ERT85410 multifunction input module.
Maximum distance between each rack is 100 m.
Combined Ethernet RIO and Ethernet DIO devices
Ethernet network
This architecture has the advantage of being able to combine Ethernet RIO and
Ethernet DIO devices on the same physical network.
Ethernet DIO device cloud (2)
It allows a ConneXium managed switch to be connected from the
140CRP31200 Ethernet head adaptor (1). This switch is used for addressing the
Ethernet RIO and the Ethernet DIO devices.
The entire network is connected to the CRP Ethernet head adaptor (1).
A TCSECN3M3M1S4/1S4U Ethernet Interlink cable (3) between the 140CRP31200
Ethernet head adaptor (1) and the 140NOE771pp Ethernet communication module
(2) is used to access the communication module functions.
Architecture with separate Ethernet RIO and Ethernet DIO
devices
CRA
1
2
CRA
Ethernet RIO
CRP
CRA
Quantum
Ethernet I/O
3
Ethernet
network
Managed
switch
Ethernet network
CRA
Ethernet DIO device cloud (2)
CRA
Ethernet RIO
Architecture with combined Ethernet RIO and Ethernet DIO
devices
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The Ethernet DIO devices (standalone devices and devices connected in a daisy
chain loop) should be connected directly to a ConneXium managed switch.
For simple architectures without switches, the Ethernet DIO devices can also be
connected directly to the SERVICE ports on the CRP Ethernet head adaptor and
CRA Ethernet drop adaptor.
This architecture features:
bb Reduced wiring costs
bb Deterministic data exchanges between the PLC and the Ethernet RIO
bb High availability of Ethernet DIO devices that can be connected in daisy chain
loop topology (limited to devices compatible with this type of architecture)
Maximum distance between each ConneXium managed switch:
bb 100 m with copper medium
bb 2 km with multimode fiber optic medium
bb 15 km with single mode fiber optic medium
(1) Requires Unity™ Pro Extra Large software u V6.0.
(2) Please refer to the relevant product catalogs on our website www.schneider-electric.com.
Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
Introduction (continued)
Ethernet Hot Standby architectures
Types of Quantum™ Ethernet I/O architecture (1) (continued)
Ethernet DIO (2)
RSTP
Ethernet network
Managed
switches
The Primary PLC executes the application program and controls the I/O, while the
Standby PLC remains in the background.
In the event that the primary PLC becomes inoperative, the standby system
switches over automatically, changing over execution of the application program
and control of the I/O to the Standby PLC with an up-to-date data context.
Once the changeover is complete, the Standby PLC becomes the Primary PLC.
Once the inoperative PLC has been repaired and reconnected to the standby
system, it takes the role of the Standby PLC.
The changeover is performed smoothly at the outputs and is completely transparent
to the process.
CRA
CRA
Ethernet network
RSTP
RSTP
(3) Ethernet RIO
The Hot Standby system with Unity™ Pro software increases productivity by
minimizing process downtime.
CRA
Fiber optic
Ethernet network
CRA
Managed
switch
Ethernet network
RSTP
Managed
switches
Local HMI
(2)
CRA
CRA
(3) Ethernet RIO
Hot Standby system based on Ethernet RIO architecture
The Hot Standby system based on the remote I/O (RIO) architecture is used for
sensitive processes that require an I/O control takeover time within the region of the
PLC scan time.
As the RIO drops are synchronized with the PLC CPU scan time, the CPU
changeover is carried out smoothly at the outputs, i.e. it is bumpless.
Maximum distance between each ConneXium managed switch:
bb 100 m with copper medium
bb 2 km with multimode fiber optic medium
bb 15 km with single mode fiber optic medium
Ethernet network
CRP
Hot Standby link
At the heart of this architecture are two PLC racks (Primary and Standby) with
identical hardware configurations, based on 140CPU67p6p Unity Hot Standby
CPUs, connected via a high-speed fiber optic cable.
The volume of data exchanged between the Primary and Standby PLCs can reach
1.5 MB depending on the CPU.
(3) Ethernet RIO
Managed
switch
Ethernet Hot Standby
The Unity Hot Standby system is used for demanding applications that require the
availability of the control/command system, as no interruption of the process can
be tolerated.
The Ethernet Hot Standby architecture helps to ensure global availability of the Hot
Standby CPU and Ethernet I/O devices.
Ethernet DIO device cloud (2)
Fiber optic
Ethernet network
Fiber optic
Ethernet network
Hot Standby link
CRP
Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
(Primary PLC)
RSTP
Quantum Ethernet I/O
(Standby PLC)
Long distance Quantum Ethernet I/O Hot Standby architecture
Hot Standby link
CRP
CRP
Quantum Ethernet I/O
(Primary PLC)
Quantum
Ethernet I/O
(Standby
PLC)
Hot Standby system based on Ethernet DIO device architecture
In this type of Hot Standby architecture with no Ethernet RIO, the CRA Ethernet drop
adaptor is not required. Only a CRP Ethernet head adaptor is needed in each PLC
(Primary and Standby).
(1) Requires Unity Pro Extra Large software u V6.0.
(2) Please refer to the relevant product catalogs on our website www.schneider-electric.com.
(3) As well as the secondary ring, an Ethernet DIO device cloud can be connected to each switch.
Ethernet network
Ethernet DIO (2)
RSTP
Ethernet DIO device cloud (2)
Quantum Ethernet I/O Hot Standby architecture with Ethernet
DIO devices, with no CRA Ethernet drop adaptor
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Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
Description
CRP Ethernet head adaptors
CRA Ethernet drop adaptors
CRP Ethernet head adaptors and CRA Ethernet drop adaptors
(1) (2)
Introduction
Ethernet I/O architecture requires the use of the following Ethernet modules:
bb 140CRP31200 Ethernet head adaptor installed in the Quantum™ rack
bb 140CRA31200 Ethernet drop adaptor installed in each Ethernet RIO drop
1
Each of these modules is connected by an Ethernet cable equipped with RJ45
connectors. The dual RJ45 port on each module simplifies daisy chain loop
connections that offer the added advantages of RSTP functionality.
Each module uses one slot in the rack.
2
3
These modules are also available in a conformal coating version for harsh
environments with the application of Humiseal 1A33.
4
Capacity of each Quantum Ethernet I/O architecture
5
6
7
140CRP31200
8
140CRA31200
9
bb 1 Quantum CPU drop that can have one primary rack and one secondary rack (3)
bb Maximum of 31 Ethernet DIO drops (each drop can comprise one primary rack
and one secondary rack) (3) (4)
bb Distance:
vv 100 m between each drop
vv 2 km between each ConneXium™ managed switch with a multimode fiber
optic cable (5)
vv 15 km between each ConneXium managed switch with a single mode fiber
optic cable (5)
bb Maximum of 15 ConneXium managed switches (4)
bb 1 secondary ring level per switch
bb Maximum of 128 Ethernet DIO devices
Description
1 Display block indicating the module status
2 On 140CRA31200 module: rotary switches for addressing Ethernet RIO drops
(00 to 159)
3 Dedicated RJ45 SERVICE port for remote service tools such as a PC with Unity
Pro (6) and/or ConneXview™ or HiVision network diagnostics tools, or with
network analysis tools (Port Mirroring, etc.), HMI terminal, etc.
This port can also be used to connect:
-- Ethernet DIO such as Modicon™ STB I/O (7)
-- Compatible devices such as Altivar™ variable speed drives
4 RJ45 INTERLINK port on 140CRP31200 module for connecting the
Interlink cable
5 RJ45 DEVICE NETWORK port for connection to the Ethernet network
6 RJ45 DEVICE NETWORK port for connection to the Ethernet network
7 Removable hinged door
Ethernet communication module and Ethernet head adaptor combination
Modicon Quantum Ethernet I/O allows for a combined Ethernet RIO and Ethernet
DIO device architecture (see page 14).
This solution simply requires the TCSECN3M3M1S4/1S4U Ethernet Interlink cable
(10) to be connected between the 140NOE771pp Ethernet communication module (8)
(RJ45 port) and the 140CRP31200 Ethernet head adaptor (9) (INTERLINK port 4).
Description
8 Ethernet communication module 140NOE771pp
9 Ethernet head adaptor 140CRP31200
10 Ethernet Interlink cable TCS ECN3M3M1S4/1S4U (1 m)
10
140NOE771 pp/140 CRP 31200
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(1) For additional specifications, see our website www.schneider-electric.com.
(2) Requires Unity™ Pro Extra Large software u V6.0.
(3) Requires two 140XBE10000 rack expansion modules (one in the primary rack and one in the
secondary rack) and a 140XCA7170p extension cable (1, 2 or 3 m) for connecting these two
modules. (see page 25).
(4) Each ConneXium switch counts as two Ethernet RIO drops.
(5) See page 17.
(6) To connect Unity Pro to the Services port 3 the 140NOE771pp Ethernet communication
module (8) and TCSECN3M3M1S4/1S4U Ethernet Interlink cable (10) are required.
(7) Please refer to the “Modicon™ STB IP 20 distributed I/O” catalog.
Description (continued)
Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
ConneXium™ managed switches
Predefined configuration files
ConneXium™ managed switches (1)
1
TCSESM083F23F1
Introduction
There are three ConneXium managed switch models available specifically for
Quantum™ Ethernet I/O architectures. They are required in the following situations:
bb For remote racks located at a distance of more than 100 m
bb Use of fiber optic media:
vv For remote racks located over long distances: 2 km (multimode optical fiber) or
15 km (single mode optical fiber)
vv In environments subject to interference
vv Between sites with different earth ground potentials
bb Architectures with combined Ethernet RIO and Ethernet DIO devices
ConneXium managed switches specific to medium
ConneXium
managed switch
2
3
TCSESM063F2CU1
TCSESM063F2CS1
Copper port
Multimode fiber
optic port
Single mode
fiber optic port
RJ45 shielded
connectors
Duplex SC connectors
TCSESM083F23F1
1: 8 ports
10/100 BASE-TX
–
TCSESM063F2CU1
3: 6 ports
10/100 BASE-TX
–
2: 2 ports
10/100 BASE-FX
TCSESM063F2CS1
3: 6 ports
10/100 BASE-TX
–
–
Distance
between
switches
100 m
2 km
15 km
2: 2 ports
10/100 BASE-FX
Predefined configuration files (2)
For ease of implementation of these switches, 7 predefined configuration files are
available for building validated and tested architectures.
These configuration files are included as standard on the Unity™ Pro V6.0 DVD. The
parameters of the switch(es) present on the Ethernet network can then be easily set
with the chosen configuration using a PC equipped with a web browser or Ethernet
Switch Configurator software. The switch is configured immediately.
Ethernet Switch Configurator software is also available on the ConneXium
Resource CD-ROM.
Each switch can have a different configuration depending on application requirements.
The table below gives the corresponding Ethernet network topology and compatible
switches for each predefined configuration.
List of configuration files and compatibility for each switch type
File (2) Ethernet network topology (1) (3)
(devices connected/medium)
Use with switches
TCSESM
083F23F1
C1
bb Primary ring/copper
bb ERIO secondary ring/copper
bb EDIO clouds/copper
C2
bb Primary ring/copper
bb EDIO secondary ring/copper
bb EDIO clouds/copper
C3
bb Primary ring/fiber optic
bb ERIO secondary ring/copper
bb EDIO clouds/copper
C4
bb Primary ring/fiber optic
bb EDIO secondary ring/copper
bb EDIO clouds/copper
C5
bb Primary ring/copper, fiber optic
bb ERIO secondary ring/copper
bb EDIO clouds/copper
C6
bb Primary ring/copper, fiber optic
bb EDIO secondary ring/copper
bb EDIO clouds/copper
C15
bb Primary ring long distance Hot Standby
link/copper and fiber optic
Compatible
TCSESM
063F2CU1
TCSESM
063F2CS1
Not compatible
(1) The functions described are only available with the three ConneXium managed switches
mentioned on this page (TCSESM083F23F1/063F2CU1/063F2CS1).
(2) These configurations can be used in Ethernet Hot Standby architectures.
(3) ERIO (Ethernet RIO); EDIO (Ethernet DIO)
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ConneXium™ managed switches
Example topologies
ConneXium™ managed switches (continued)
Predefined configuration files (continued)
Example topology with predefined configuration file C1 (1)
One of the main advantages of Quantum™ Ethernet I/O is the ability to connect the Ethernet RIO remote drops in
a secondary ring. These I/O are controlled by the PLC in the same way as those connected on the primary ring.
This type of architecture makes it possible to increase the distance between remote I/O drops while isolating the
devices located on a secondary ring from those on the primary ring.
4
3
5
5
7
C1
1
7
2
1
(2)
8
7
2
9
2
6
Ethernet link,
copper medium
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 6
6
Primary ring, copper medium
Ethernet RIO secondary ring, copper medium
Ethernet head adaptor 140CRP31200 installed in the Quantum rack
ConneXium switch TCSESM083F23F1 with predefined configuration file C1
Ethernet drop adaptor 140CRA31200 installed in each Ethernet RIO drop (3).
Connection to Ethernet DIO device cloud, copper medium
Ethernet DIO device cloud (4)
Ethernet communication module 140NOE771pp (2)
Ethernet Interlink cable TCSECN3M3M1S4/1S4U (1 m) (2)
Example topology with predefined configuration file C2 (1)
With Quantum Ethernet I/O, the Ethernet DIO can be installed to make use of daisy chain loop architecture. The
use of dedicated ConneXium managed switches specific to the predefined configurations means that Ethernet
DIO device clouds can be connected to a secondary ring that will restore communication in under 50 ms in the
event of a cable break or a module becomes inoperative.
Note: ConneXium switches apply a low priority to exchanges with Ethernet DIO devices, thus allowing deterministic data
exchanges between the PLC and the Ethernet RIO.
5
4
3
5
7
C2
1
7
2
1
7
2
8
9
2
Ethernet link,
copper medium
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 6
6
6
Primary ring, copper medium
Ethernet DIO secondary ring, copper medium
Ethernet head adaptor 140CRP31200 installed in the Quantum rack
ConneXium switch TCSESM083F23F1 with predefined configuration file C2
Modicon STB Ethernet DIO (4) (5)
Connection to Ethernet DIO device cloud, copper medium
Ethernet DIO device cloud (4)
Ethernet communication module 140NOE771pp
Ethernet Interlink cable TCSECN3M3M1S4/1S4U (1 m)
(1) Non-exhaustive example. For additional specifications, see our website www.schneider-electric.com.
(2) The Ethernet communication module 8 and Ethernet Interlink cable 9 are only required if there are Ethernet DIO devices in the
architecture.
(3) Each Ethernet RIO drop can comprise a primary and a secondary rack.
(4) Requires the Ethernet communication module 8 and Ethernet Interlink cable 9.
(5) Please refer to the “Modicon™ STB IP 20 distributed I/O” catalog.
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Architectures (continued)
ConneXium™ managed switches
Example topologies
ConneXium™ managed switches (continued)
Predefined configuration files (continued)
Example topology with predefined configuration files C3 and C5 (1)
In some applications, two consecutive Ethernet RIO drops may be located up to 15 km apart. Such distances can
be achieved, depending on the type of ConneXium managed switch, using single mode or multimode optical
fibers in the primary ring of the Quantum™ Ethernet I/O network.
5
3
6
6
8
C5
1
2
(2)
8
2
9 10
2
4
7
7
6
6
8
C3
8
2
1
8
2
2
5
7
7
7
6
6
8
C5
1
Ethernet link, fiber optic medium
Ethernet link, copper medium
2
8
2
2
7
7
1 Primary ring, copper/fiber optic medium
2 Ethernet RIO secondary ring, copper medium only
3 Ethernet head adaptor 140CRP31200 installed in the Quantum rack
4 ConneXium switch TCSESM063F2CU1/CS1 with predefined configuration file C3
5 ConneXium switch TCSESM063F2CU1/CS1 with predefined configuration file C5 (3)
6 Ethernet drop adaptor 140CRA31200 installed in each Ethernet RIO drop (4)
7 Connection to Ethernet DIO device cloud, copper medium only
8 Ethernet DIO device cloud (5)
9 Ethernet communication module 140NOE771pp (2)
10 Ethernet Interlink cable TCS ECN3M3M1S4/1S4U (1 m) (2)
(1) Non-exhaustive example. For additional specifications, see our website www.schneider-electric.com.
(2) The Ethernet communication module 9 and Ethernet Interlink cable 10 are only required if there are Ethernet DIO devices
in the architecture.
(3) Also see page 21 (C3) or pages 21 and 23 (C5).
(4) Each Ethernet RIO drop can comprise a primary and a secondary rack.
(5) Requires the Ethernet communication module 9 and Ethernet Interlink cable 10.
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Architectures (continued)
ConneXium™ managed switches
Example topologies
ConneXium™ managed switches (continued)
Predefined configuration files (continued)
Example topology with predefined configuration files C4 and C6 (1)
In some Quantum™ Ethernet I/O architectures, two consecutive Ethernet DIO devices may be located up to 15 km
apart. In others, the environment may require the use of a wiring system with low sensitivity to electromagnetic
waves. The use of single mode or multimode optical fibers in the primary ring is appropriate in such cases.
6
6
5
3
8
C6
1
2
8
2
2
9 10
4
7
7
6
6
8
C4
8
2
1
8
2
2
7
7
6
6
5
7
8
C6
2
8
1
2
Ethernet link, fiber optic medium
2
7
Ethernet link, copper medium
1 Primary ring, copper/fiber optic medium
2 Ethernet DIO secondary ring, copper medium only
3 Ethernet head adaptor 140CRP31200 installed in the Quantum rack
4 ConneXium switch TCSESM063F2CU1/CS1 with predefined configuration file C4 (2)
5 ConneXium switch TCSESM063F2CU1/CS1 with predefined configuration file C6 (2)
6 Modicon™ STB Ethernet DIO (3) (4)
7 Connection to Ethernet DIO device cloud, copper medium only
8 Ethernet DIO device cloud (3)
9 Ethernet communication module 140NOE771pp
10 Ethernet Interlink cable TCS ECN 3M3M 1S4/1S4U (1 m)
(1) Non-exhaustive example. For additional specifications, see our website www.schneider-electric.com.
(2) Also see page 22.
(3) Requires the Ethernet communication module 9 and Ethernet Interlink cable 10.
(4) Please refer to the “Modicon STB IP 20 distributed I/O” catalog.
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Architectures (continued)
ConneXium™ managed switches
Example topologies
ConneXium™ managed switches (continued)
Predefined configuration files (continued)
Example topology with predefined configuration files C5, C1 and C3 (1)
A common use of this preconfiguration is for interfacing a copper link with a fiber optic link on the primary ring or
interfacing a fiber optic link with a copper link. This type of architecture makes it possible to have Ethernet DIO or
Ethernet RIO drops some distance away from the PLC.
The switch preconfiguration also enables Ethernet RIO and/or several Ethernet DIO device clouds to be
connected to a secondary ring.
3
4
7
7
9
C1
1
2
(2)
2
10 11
5
9
2
1
5
8
8
7
7
9
C5
C5
2
9
2
2
1
1
6
8
8
7
7
9
C3
2
Ethernet link, fiber optic medium
Ethernet link, copper medium
9
2
2
8
8
1 Primary ring, copper/fiber optic medium
2 Ethernet RIO secondary ring, copper medium only
3 Ethernet head adaptor 140CRP31200 installed in the Quantum rack
4 ConneXium switch TCSESM083F23F1 with predefined configuration file C1 (3)
5 ConneXium switch TCSESM063F2CU1/CS1 with predefined configuration file C5 (3)
6 ConneXium switch TCSESM063F2CU1/CS1 with predefined configuration file C3 (3)
7 Ethernet drop adaptor 140CRA31200 installed in each Ethernet RIO drop (4)
8 Connection to Ethernet DIO device cloud, copper medium only
9 Ethernet DIO device cloud (5)
10 Ethernet communication module 140NOE771pp (2)
11 Ethernet Interlink cable TCS ECN 3M3M 1S4/1S4U (1 m) (2)
(1) Non-exhaustive example. For additional specifications, see our website www.schneider-electric.com.
(2) The Ethernet communication module 10 and Ethernet Interlink cable 11 are only required if there are Ethernet DIO devices in
the architecture.
(3) Also see page 18 (C1) or page 19 (C3 and C5).
(4) Each Ethernet RIO drop can comprise a primary and a secondary rack.
(5) Requires the Ethernet communication module 10 and Ethernet Interlink cable 11.
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Architectures (continued)
ConneXium™ managed switches
Example topologies
ConneXium™ managed switches (continued)
Predefined configuration files (continued)
Example topology with predefined configuration files C6, C2 and C4 (1)
A common use of this preconfiguration is for interfacing a copper link with a fiber optic link on the primary ring and
interfacing a fiber optic link with a copper link.
This preconfiguration of the ConneXium managed switch also enables Ethernet DIO device clouds to be
connected to the secondary ring.
Note: ConneXium switches apply a low priority to exchanges with Ethernet DIO devices, thus allowing deterministic data
exchanges between the PLC and the Ethernet RIO.
3
7
7
4
9
C2
1
2
9
2
2
10 11
5
5
1
8
8
7
7
9
C6
C6
2
9
2
2
1
1
8
7
7
6
8
9
C4
2
9
2
Ethernet link, fiber optic medium
2
8
Ethernet link, copper medium
1 Primary ring, copper/fiber optic medium
2 Ethernet DIO secondary ring, copper medium only
3 Ethernet head adaptor 140CRP31200 installed in the Quantum™ rack.
4 ConneXium switch TCSESM083F23F1 with predefined configuration file C2 (2)
5 ConneXium switch TCSESM063F2CU1/CS1 with predefined configuration file C6 (2)
6 ConneXium switch TCSESM063F2CU1/CS1 with predefined configuration file C4 (2)
7 Modicon™ STB Ethernet DIO (3) (4)
8 Connection to Ethernet DIO device cloud, copper medium only
9 Ethernet DIO device cloud (3)
10 Ethernet communication module 140NOE771pp
11 Ethernet Interlink cable TCSECN3M3M1S4/1S4U (1 m)
(1) Non-exhaustive example. For additional specifications, see our website www.schneider-electric.com.
(2) Also see page 18 (C2) or page 20 (C4 and C6).
(3) Requires the Ethernet communication module 10 and Ethernet Interlink cable 11.
(4) Please refer to the “Modicon STB IP 20 distributed I/O” catalog.
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Architectures (continued)
ConneXium™ managed switches
Example Hot Standby topologies
ConneXium™ managed switches (continued)
Predefined configuration files (continued)
Example topology with predefined configuration files C15, C5 and C6 (1)
Some Hot Standby architectures require the use of two Quantum™ Ethernet I/O PLCs located several kilometers
apart (up to 15 km with the 140CPU67261 CPU).
In tunnels, for example, the two PLCs can be located one at each end. The switches are connected by a fiber
optic link. These switches are connected to the CRP Ethernet head adaptor or CRA Ethernet drop adaptor via a
copper link.
Quantum Ethernet I/O (Primary PLC) (2)
3
14
7
1
C15
C5
1
(3)
2
1
12 13
4
5
5
7
7
1
C5
2
Quantum Ethernet I/O
(Standby PLC) (2)
2
3
4
6
2
9
C6
C15
9
8
1
(3)
12 13
Ethernet link, fiber optic medium
1
8
8
10
11
Ethernet link, copper medium
Hot Standby link, fiber optic medium
1 Primary ring, copper/fiber optic medium
2 Ethernet RIO secondary ring, copper medium only
3 Ethernet head adaptor 140CRP31200 installed in the Primary and Standby Quantum PLC racks
4 ConneXium switch TCSESM063F2CU1/CS1 with predefined configuration file C15
5 ConneXium switch TCSESM063F2CU1/CS1 with predefined configuration file C5 (4)
6 ConneXium switch TCSESM063F2CU1/CS1 with predefined configuration file C6 (4)
7 Ethernet drop adaptor 140CRA31200 installed in each Ethernet RIO drop (5)
8 Ethernet DIO secondary ring, copper medium only
9 Modicon™ STB Ethernet DIO (6) (7)
10 Connection to Ethernet DIO device cloud, copper medium only
11 Ethernet DIO device cloud (6)
12 Ethernet communication module 140NOE771pp (3)
13 Ethernet Interlink cable TCSECN3M3M1S4/1S4U (1 m) (3)
14 Local HMI terminal connected to the Ethernet drop adaptor 140CRA31200 (8)
(1) Non-exhaustive example. For additional specifications, see our website www.schneider-electric.com.
(2) Requires the Quantum 140CPU67160 or 140CPU67261 CPU.
(3) The Ethernet communication module 12 and Ethernet Interlink cable 13 are only required if there are Ethernet DIO devices in
the architecture.
(4) Also see pages 18 to 22.
(5) Each Ethernet RIO drop can comprise a primary and a secondary rack.
(6) Requires the Ethernet communication module 12 and Ethernet Interlink cable 13.
(7) Please refer to the “Modicon STB IP 20 distributed I/O” catalog.
(8) Please refer to the “Human-Machine Interfaces” catalog.
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References
Standard Ethernet topologies
Quantum™
Ethernet I/O
2
12
7
References (1)
Ethernet head and drop adaptors (2)
Ethernet RIO
10
10
11
Ethernet network
Ethernet RIO architecture
without ConneXium™ managed switches
Description
Item Reference
(3)
(4) (5)
Weight
kg
Ethernet head adaptor
1 adaptor per Quantum™ Ethernet I/O CPU rack
bb Bus current required: 1 A
bb SERVICE port: 5 Mbps max., up to 20 Mbps for
Ethernet DIO ports
1
140CRP31200
–
Ethernet drop adaptor
1 adaptor per primary rack in each Ethernet RIO drop
bb Bus current required: 1 A
bb SERVICE port: 5 Mbps max., up to 20 Mbps for
Ethernet DIO ports
2
140CRA31200
–
Dedicated ConneXium™ managed switches (8) (9)
Copper port
Multimode fiber
optic port
RJ45 shielded
connectors
Duplex SC connectors
Weight
kg
8 x 10/100
–
BASE-TX ports
–
5
TCSESM083F23F1
1.000
6 x 10/100
2 x 10/100
BASE-TX ports BASE-FX ports
–
6
TCSESM063F2CU1
1.000
2 x 10/100
BASE-FX ports
6
TCSESM063F2CS1
1.000
–
Ethernet communication modules and cables (2)
Quantum
Ethernet I/O
Description
Ethernet RIO
1
3
7
Single mode
Item Reference
fiber optic port (3)
(4) (7)
4
2
2
Managed
switch
5
2
Ethernet network
Ethernet DIO device cloud (2)
Item Reference
(3)
Ethernet TCP/IP network
communication modules
Required if there are Ethernet
DIO devices in the architecture
Weight
kg
Transparent Ready
class B30
3
140NOE77101
(4)(6)
0.345
Transparent Ready
class C30
3
140NOE77111
(4)(6)
0.345
Ethernet Interlink cables
Standard 4
Required for an architecture with combined version
Ethernet RIO and Ethernet DIO devices.
UL version 4
To be connected between the Ethernet
140NOE771 p1 communication module
and the 140CRP31200 head adaptor
Length 1 m
TCSECN3M3M1S4
–
TCSECN3M3M1S4U
–
Standard Quantum CPUs
Architecture with combined Ethernet RIO and Ethernet DIO
devices
CPU
Memory (max.)
Clock
frequency
RAM
MHz
Program
(with located
variables)
Item Reference
(3)
(4) (6)
Weight
Program with
PCMCIA card
MB
KB
KB
166 MHz
2
768
7168
7
140CPU65150
kg
–
266 MHz
2
1024
7168
7
140CPU65160
–
4
3072
7168
7
140CPU65260
–
(1) For additional specifications, see our website www.schneider-electric.com.
(2) - Requires Unity™ Pro Extra Large software u V6.0 (see page 25).
- Ethernet DIO network: 128 Ethernet DIO devices max.
(3) For items 8 to 11, see page 25.
(4) Conformal Coating version available for harsh environments with the application of Humiseal
1A33. In this case, add the letter “C” to the end of the reference.
(5) Certifications (1): e, CEI/EN 61131-2, UL 508, CSA 22.2 No. 142, CSA 22.2 No. 213
(Haz Loc Class I Div 2), EtherNet/IP (by ODVA).
(6) Certifications (1): e, UL 508, CSA 22.2 No. 142, cUL, FM Class 1 Div. 2.
(7) Certifications (1): e, IEC/EN 61131-2, IEC 61850-3, UL 508, UL 1604 class 1 division 2,
CSA 22.2 No. 214 (cUL), CSA 22.2 No. 213 class 1 division 2 (cUL), GL, C-Tick, LR, BV.
(8) ConneXium managed switches validated for Quantum Ethernet I/O architectures.
(9) Predefined configuration files included on Unity Pro u V6.0 DVD.
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References (continued)
Ethernet Hot Standby topology
Rack extension for Ethernet RIO drop
Quantum™ Ethernet
I/O (Primary PLC)
6
Hot Standby Memory (max.)
CPU
RSTP
6
Ethernet network
Managed
switches
6
9
2
Local
HMI (7)
Ethernet network
KB
7168
8
140CPU67160
–
4
3072
7168
8
140CPU67261
–
kg
Length
m
Item Reference
(2)
62.5/125 μm multimode
fiber optic cables
equipped with MT-RJ connectors
For interconnecting the Ethernet ports on
140CPU67160 Primary and Standby
CPUs (8)
3
9
490NOR00003
–
5
9
490NOR00005
–
15
9
490NOR00015
–
9/125 μm single mode
fiber optic cable
equipped with LC connectors
5
9
VDIF0646463505
–
5
–
VDIF0626463505
–
9/125 μm single mode
fiber optic cable
equipped with LC and SC connectors
Description
Ethernet RIO
12
KB
1024
Weight
kg
Rack extension for Ethernet RIO drop
Long distance Quantum Ethernet I/O Hot Standby architecture
7
MB
2
RSTP
Quantum Ethernet I/O
(Standby PLC)
Quantum
Ethernet I/O
Program with
PCMCIA card
For connecting a PC, via a ConneXium™
managed switch (6), to the Ethernet port on
the 140CPU67261 CPU (8)
(for updating the firmware, for example)
2
2
2
3
4
Weight
For interconnecting the Ethernet ports on
140CPU67261 Primary and Standby
CPUs (8)
(3) Ethernet RIO
6
8
RSTP
Fiber optic
Ethernet network
Fiber optic
Ethernet network
Hot Standby link
6
Program
(with located
variables)
Description
Ethernet network
Managed
switches
RAM
Item Reference
(2)
(3) (4)
Fiber optic cable for Hot Standby architecture
2
RSTP
266 MHz
(5)
(3) Ethernet RIO
Managed
switch
Clock
frequency
MHz
Ethernet DIO device cloud (7)
Fiber optic
Ethernet network
Fiber optic
Ethernet network
Hot Standby link
8
References (1) (continued)
Quantum™ Hot Standby CPUs
Ethernet DIO (7)
1
3
4
2
10
10
11
Ethernet network
Ethernet RIO architecture
without ConneXium™ managed switches
Length
m
Item Reference
(2)
Weight
kg
Rack expansion module
2 modules: 1 for the primary rack, 1 for the
secondary rack
–
10
140XBE10000(3)(4)
–
Cable for rack expansion module
1
11
140XCA71703
–
2
11
140XCA71706
–
3
11
140XCA71709
–
Requirements for a Quantum Ethernet I/O architecture (1)
The table below gives the minimum hardware and software requirements for setting
up a Quantum Ethernet I/O architecture.
Description of the hardware or software required
Version
Item
(2)
Unity™ Pro Extra Large software
u 6.0
–
Ethernet head adaptor 140CRP31200
–
1
Ethernet drop adaptor 140CRP31200
–
2
ConneXium managed switches
TSCESM083F23F1/063F2CU1/063F2CS1
Firmware u 6.0
5, 6
Quantum CPUs 140CPU65150/65160/65260
Firmware u 3.0
7
Quantum Hot Standby CPUs 140CPU67160/67261
Firmware u 3.0
8
Ethernet communication modules
140NOE77101
Firmware u 4.9 (6)
3
140NOE77111
Firmware u 5.0 (6)
3
(1) For additional specifications, see our website www.schneider-electric.com.
(2) For items 1 to 7, see page 24.
(3) Conformal Coating version available for harsh environments with the application of Humiseal
1A33. In this case, add the letter “C” to the end of the reference.
(4) Certifications (1): e, UL 508, CSA 22.2 No. 142, cUL, FM Class 1 Div. 2.
(5) Maximum data exchange volume:
- 140CPU67160: 1 MB
- 140CPU67261: 1.5 MB
(6) For management of Ethernet DIO devices via Ethernet communication module.
(7) Please refer to the relevant product catalogs on our website www.schneider-electric.com.
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Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
Unity™ Pro software
Unity™ Pro programming software for Modicon™ M340™ M, Premium™ P, Quantum™ Q and SIL 3 Quantum S platforms and Modicon distributed I/O D
IEC 61131-3
languages
Instruction List (IL)
Ladder (LD)
Structured Text (ST)
Function Block Diagram (FBD)
Sequential Function Chart (SFC)/Grafcet
LL984 Ladder Logic language
Programming Multitask programming (Master, fast and
services
event-triggered)
Multitask programming (Master, fast,
auxiliary and event-triggered)
Functional view and function modules
DFB editor and instances
DDT compound data editor
Data structure instances and tables
EF and EFB libraries
User-definable control loops
Programmable control loops (with process
control FB library)
Safety function block libraries
Motion function block (MFB) libraries
Hot Standby PLC redundancy system
System diagnostics
Application diagnostics
Diagnostics with location of detected error
source
M-D
M-D
M-D
M-D
M-D
M-P-D
M-P-D
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M-D
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Bus and network configuration to slave
devices (Modicon distributed I/O, etc)
Debugging and PLC simulator
display
Hypertext link animations in graphic
services
languages
Step by step execution, breakpoint
Watchpoint
Runtime screens
Diagnostic viewer
Other services Creation of hyperlinks
XML import/export
Application converters (Concept™, PL7™)
Update utilities for PLC and Advantys™
operating systems
Communication drivers for Modicon
platforms
Unity Pro servers - Openness
Online modification of configuration
Application imports (Modsoft™, Concept™,
ProWORX™) written in LL984 language
UDE support
Dynamic exchange with third-party tools,
OFS exchanges OFS
Static exchange via XML/XVM export files
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Premium CPUs P
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TSXP57204/2634/254M
TSXH5724M
Quantum CPUs Q
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M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
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P (TSX P57 5p) - Q (140 CPU 651/671) - D
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M-P-Q-D
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P (TSX P57 2p/3p/4p/5p) - D
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P (TSX H57 24/44M) - D
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M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
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M-P-Q-S-D
M-P-Q-S-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-S-D
M-P-Q-S-D
M-P-Q-S-D
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M-P-Q-S-D
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Q
M-P-Q-D
Q
Q
M-P-Q-S-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-S-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-D
M-P-Q-S-D
No exceptions
No exceptions
TSXP57Cp0244/0244M
TSXP57104/1634/154M
TSXP57204/2634/254M
TSXP57304/3634/354M
TSXP574634/454M
TSXH5724/44M
M-P-Q-D
No exceptions
TSXP57Cp0244/0244M
TSXP57104/1634/154M
TSXP57204/2634/254M
TSXP57304/3634/354M
TSXP574634/454M
TSXP575634/554M
TSXP5 6634M
TSXH5724/44M
TSXP57Cp0244/0244M
TSXP57104/1634/154M
TSXP57204/2634/254M
TSXP57304/3634/354M
TSXP574634/454M
TSXP575634/554M
TSXP576634M
TSXH5724/44M
140CPU31110
140CPU43412U
140CPU53414U
140CPU31110
140CPU43412U
140CPU53414U
140CPU65150/60
140 CPU 652 60
140CPU67160
140CPU67261
140CPU31110
140CPU43412U
140CPU53414U
140CPU65150/60
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140CPU67160S
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Unity Pro XLS
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Unity™ Pro software
Small / Medium / Large / Extra Large / XLS
Introduction
Unity™ Pro is the common programming, debugging and runtime software for
Modicon™ M340™, Premium™ and Quantum™ PLCs.
Unity Pro
Unity Pro is a robust, multi-tasking software offering the following features:
bb Five IEC 61131-3 programming languages and the LL984 editor
bb Integrated, customizable DFB library
bb PLC simulator on PC for program validation prior to installation
bb Built-in tests and diagnostics
bb Wide range of online services
FDT/DTM function
Unity Pro enables integration of fieldbus architectures into engineering control
systems using FDT/DTM technology:
bb FDT (Field Device Tool) is the container that supports the device DTMs.
bb DTM (Device Type Manager) is the configuration tool for devices with integrated
graphic interfaces. It contains the properties specific to each device.
In addition to the FDT/DTM standard, Unity Pro uses specific information from the
Master DTM created for the Profibus Remote Master (PRM) module and the
Modbus/TCP and EtherNet/IP network module BMXNOC0401.
DTM editor (Modicon STB island)
Use of the Master DTM allows Unity Pro to perform the following actions:
bb Manage the PLC I/O scan
bb Create the application variables based on the description of the process objects
from the connected DTM devices
bb Manage synchronization with the PLC configuration
bb Create a generic DTM from the description files (GSD or EDS)
The DTM configuration is stored in the PLC memory so that the application can be
downloaded in its entirety. It is also saved in the PLC project file (STU) and the
archive file (STA).
A third-party DTM can be installed in the DTM hardware catalog.
The DTM hardware catalog can be used to sort or filter the DTMs according to
various criteria such as Device, Vendor, Groups or Protocols.
DTM hardware catalog
DTM browser and DTM context menu
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The DTM Browser in Unity Pro:
bb Displays the fieldbus topologies in a tree structure
bb Allows the user to configure the DTM devices:
vv Add and delete DTMs
vv Connect and disconnect DTMs to/from their physical devices
vv Display and print the properties of a DTM
vv Transfer DTM configuration data to and from the physical device
vv Functions specific to the DTM, via the Device menu
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FDT/DTM function (continued)
The fieldbus lookup function scans the physical devices in a fieldbus network and
adds the selected devices to the DTM Browser.
Fieldbus lookup screen
The five IEC languages
The five graphical or textual languages available in Unity™ Pro are used for
programming Modicon™ M340™, Premium™ and Quantum™ automation platforms.
The three graphical languages are:
bb Ladder (LD)
bb Function Block Diagram (FBD)
bb Sequential Function Chart (SFC) or Grafcet
The two textual languages are:
bb Structured Text (ST)
bb Instruction List (IL)
FBD language editor
For these five languages, you can use the standard set of instructions compliant with
IEC standard 61131-3 to create applications that can be transferred from one
platform to another. Unity Pro software also provides extensions to this standard set
of instructions. As they are specific to Modicon M340, Premium and Quantum PLCs,
these extensions support the development of more complex applications to
maximize the potential of the specific features of each of these platforms.
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Data editor
The data editor can be accessed from the structural view of the project and provides
a single tool for performing the following editing tasks:
bb Declaration of data including variables and function blocks (declaration of their
type, instances and attributes)
bb Use and archiving of function block data types in different libraries
bb Hierarchical view of data structures
bb Searching, sorting and filtering of data
bb Creation of a hyperlink to access a description from any variable comment
Data Editor
The data is displayed under four tabs:
bb “Variables” tab for the creation and management of the following data instances:
bits, words, double words, inputs/outputs, tables and structures
bb “DDT Types” tab for the creation of derived data types (tables and structures)
bb “Function Blocks” tab for the declaration of EFBs and DFBs
bb “DFB Types” tab for the creation of DFB user function block data types
Each data element has several attributes, of which:
bb The variable name and type are mandatory
bb The comment, physical address in the memory and initial values are optional
The data editor columns can be configured (number of columns, order). The
attributes associated with a variable can be displayed in a properties window.
This editor can be accessed at any time during programming by selecting variables
for data modification or creation.
Data properties
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DFB user function blocks
Using Unity™ Pro software, users can create their own function blocks for specific
application requirements on Modicon™ M340™, Premium™ and Quantum™ platforms.
Once created and saved in the library, these user function blocks can be reused as
easily as EFBs (Elementary Function Blocks).
Design
These user function blocks can be used to structure an application. They are used
when a program sequence is repeated several times in the application or for freezing
a standard programming routine. They can be read-only or read/write. They can be
exported to other Unity Pro applications.
Using a DFB in one or more applications:
bb Simplifies program design and entry
bb Improves program readability and understanding
bb Facilitates program debugging (variables handled by the DFB are identified in the
data editor)
bb Enables the use of private variables specific to the DFBs that are independent of
the application
Creating the code
A DFB is set up in several stages:
bb DFB is designed by assigning a name, a set of parameters (inputs, outputs, public
and private internal variables) and a comment to it via the data editor.
bb Code is created in one or more sections of the program, with the following
languages selected according to requirements: Structured Text, Instruction List,
Ladder or Function Block Diagram (ST, IL, LD or FBD).
bb DFB may be stored in a library with an associated version number.
bb DFB instance is created in the data editor or when the function is called in the
program editor.
bb This instance is used in the program in the same way as an EFB (the instance can
be created from within the program).
Use within the program
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Function block libraries
The function and function block libraries manager contains the elements provided
with Unity™ Pro software. Functions and function blocks are organized into libraries
consisting of families. Depending on the type of PLC selected and the processor
model, users will have a subset of these libraries available to write their applications.
However, the "Base Lib" library contains a set of functions and function blocks with
compatibility that is independent of the platforms. In particular, it contains the blocks
compliant with IEC 61131-3.
Standard function block libraries
The "Base Lib" library is structured into families:
bb Timers and counters
bb Process control on integers
bb Table management
bb Comparison
bb Date and time management
bb Logic processing
bb Mathematical processing
bb Statistical processing
bb Character string processing
bb Type-to-type data conversion
The "Base Lib" library covers standard automation functions and is supplemented by
other, more application-specific libraries and platform-specific functions:
bb Communication library, providing an easy means of integrating programs for
communication between PLCs and HMIs, using the PLC application program. Like
other function blocks, these EFBs can be used to exchange data between PLCs
or to deliver data to be displayed on an HMI.
bb Process control library. The CONT_CTL library can be used to set up processspecific control loops. It offers controller, derivative and integral control functions
plus additional algorithms, such as EFBs for calculating mean values, selecting a
maximum value, detecting edges or assigning a hysteresis to process values, etc.
bb Diagnostics library. Can be used to monitor actuators and contains EFBs for active
diagnostics, reactive diagnostics, interlocking diagnostics, permanent process
condition diagnostics, dynamic diagnostics, and monitoring of signal groups.
bb I/O management library, providing services to handle information exchanged
with hardware modules (data formatting, scaling, etc)
bb Motion Function Blocks library, containing a set of predefined functions and
structures to manage motion controlled by drives and servo drives connected on
CANopen.
bb Motion library, for motion control and fast counting
bb System library. Provides EFBs for the execution of system functions, including
evaluation of scan time, availability of several different system clocks, SFC section
monitoring, display of system state, management of files on the memory cartridge
of the Modicon™ M340™ processor, etc.
bb Finally, a library named "obsolete", containing function blocks used by legacy
programming software needed to perform application conversions.
Management of user standards
Users can create libraries and families to store their own DFBs and DDTs. This
enhancement allows users to take advantage of programming standards adapted to
their needs, along with version management. This means that it is possible to:
bb Check the version of elements used in an application program against those
stored in the library
bb Perform an upgrade, if necessary
User libraries
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Debugging tools
Dynamic animation/adjustment
Unity™ Pro software offers a complete set of tools for debugging Modicon™ M340™,
Premium™ or Quantum™ applications. A tool palette provides direct access to the
main functions:
bb Dynamic program animation
bb Setting of watchpoints or breakpoints (not authorized in event-triggered tasks)
bb Step-by-step program execution. A function in this mode enables section-bysection execution. Instruction-by-instruction execution can be launched from the
previous breakpoint. Three execution commands are therefore possible when the
element to be processed is a subroutine (SR) or DFB user block instance:
vv Step Into: This command is used to move to the first element of the SR or DFB.
vv Step Over: This command is used to execute the entire SR or DFB.
vv Step Out: This command is used to move to the next instruction after the SR or
DFB element.
bb Independent execution of the master (MAST), fast (FAST), auxiliary (AUX) and
event-triggered (EVTi) tasks
Animation of program elements
Watchpoint
Dynamic animation is managed section by section. A button on the toolbar is used to
activate or deactivate animation for each section.
When the PLC is in RUN, this mode can be used to view, simultaneously:
bb The animation of a program section, regardless of the language used
bb The variables window containing the application objects created automatically
from the section viewed
Animation table
Tables containing the variables of the application to be monitored or modified
can be created by data entry or initialized automatically from the selected program.
These tables can be stored in the application and retrieved from there at a later date.
Debugging DFB user function blocks
Breakpoint/step-by-step
The parameters and public variables of these blocks are displayed and animated in
real time using animation tables, with the possibility of modifying and forcing the
required objects.
In exactly the same way as with other program elements, the watchpoint, breakpoint,
step-by-step execution and program code diagnostics functions can be used to
analyze the behavior of DFBs. Setting a breakpoint in a DFB instance stops
execution of the task containing this block.
Debugging in Sequential Function Chart (SFC) language
The various debugging tools are also available in SFC language. However, unlike
other sections (IL, ST, LD or FBD) a SFC section executed step-by-step does not
stop execution of the task, but instead freezes the SFC chart. Several breakpoints
can be declared simultaneously within a single SFC section.
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PLC simulator
Simulator control panel
Unity™ Pro's integrated simulator can be used to test the application program for
Modicon™ M340™, Premium™ or Quantum™ PLCs from the PC terminal without
having to connect to the PLC processor. The functions provided by the debugging
tools are available for debugging the master, fast and auxiliary tasks.
Because the simulator does not manage the PLC I/O, animation tables can be used
to simulate the state of inputs by forcing them to 0 or 1.
The simulator can be connected to third-party applications via an OPC server with
OFS (OPC Factory Server) software.
Documentation editor
Accessing the documentation editor
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The documentation editor is based on the Documentation Browser that shows the
file structure in tree form.
It allows the application file to be printed on any graphics printer accessible under
Windows® and using True Type technology, in A4 or US letter print format.
The documentation editor supports the creation of user-specific files using the
following headings:
bb Title page
bb Contents
bb General information
bb Footer
bb Configuration
bb EF, EFB and DFB type function blocks
bb User variables
bb Communication
bb Project structure
bb Program
bb Animation tables and cross-references
bb Runtime screens
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Integrated diagnostics
Diagnostics integrated in Modicon™ M340™, Premium™ and Quantum™ automation platforms
Introduction
System diagnostics
Diagnostics viewers
Vijeo™ Citect™
Thin client Magelis iPC
Processor
for system
bits and
words
In-rack I/O
modules
Remote I/O
modules on
FIPIO™ or
CANopen™
Higher-level
MES
Ethernet TCP/IP
Vijeo™ Designer™
Application diagnostics
Cell level
Magelis™ XBT
Quantum™,
Premium™,
Modicon™ M340™
Machine level
Unity™ Pro
PC
Diagnostics offer for Modicon M340, Premium and Quantum platforms is based on
the following three components:
bb System diagnostics
bb DFB and EFB diagnostic function blocks (for system and application diagnostics)
bb Error message display system, called viewers, supplied as a standard component
of Magelis XBT terminals, Vijeo Citect supervisory software and Unity Pro setup
software
System diagnostics
The system diagnostics for Modicon M340, Premium and Quantum platforms support
the monitoring of system bits/words, I/O modules and SFC minimum and maximum
step activity times. By simply choosing the relevant option during application
configuration, any event will generate time-stamped messages logged in the
diagnostic buffer of the PLC.
These events are displayed automatically in a diagnostics viewer (1) without requiring
any additional programming.
With Unity Pro integrated diagnostics, this function can be used to perform first level
diagnostics of the elements in the configuration, up to and including each I/O module
channel.
Configuration level
Module level
Viewer window (example with Unity Pro software)
Channel level
(1)Diagnostics viewers are tools for displaying and acknowledging diagnostic error messages.
They are supplied as a standard component of Unity Pro and Vijeo Designer software, with
Magelis terminals and with the PLC Web server that can be accessed via a thin client
Magelis iPC.
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Modifying the program with the PLC in RUN mode
With Unity™ Pro, changes can be made to the program when the PLC connected to
the programming terminal is in RUN mode. These modifications are performed with
the following operations:
bb The application contained in the PLC is transferred to the PC terminal running
Unity Pro, if necessary.
bb Program changes are prepared. These program modifications can be of any type
and in any language (IL, ST, LD, FBD and SFC), for example, addition or deletion
of SFC steps or actions. The code of a DFB user function block can also be
modified (however, modification of its interface is not permitted).
bb These program changes are updated in the PLC (in RUN mode).
This function makes it possible to add or modify program code and data in different
parts of the application in one single modification session (thus resulting in a unified,
consistent modification with respect to the controlled process). This increased
flexibility affects the amount of program memory required.
Cross-references function
Unity Pro's cross-references function is available in standalone mode (offline) and
when connected to the PLC in Run (online). This allows users to view the elements of
a PLC application when searching for any type of variable. This view indicates where
the declared variable is used, as well as how it is used (for writing, reading, etc). This
function also provides access to the Search/Replace function for variable names.
The variable search can be initialized from any editor (language, data, runtime
screen, animation table, etc).
Cross-references table
Import/export function
The import/export function available in Unity Pro supports the following operations
from the structural and functional project views:
bb Via the import function, reuse in the current project any part of a project created
previously
bb Via the export function, copying any part of the current project to a file for
subsequent reuse
Data export shortcut menu
The files generated during export are generally in XML format (1). However, in
addition to XML, variables can be exported and imported in the following formats:
bb .xvm format compatible with OFS data server software
bb Source format, in an .scy file compatible with PL7 development software
bb Text format with separator (TAB) in a .txt file for compatibility with any other system
During an import, a wizard can be used to reassign data to new instances of:
bb DFBs
bb DDTs
bb Simple data
In addition, when a functional module is imported, the data associated with
animation tables and runtime screens is also reassigned.
Data import wizard
The XML import function also supports the transfer of a Modicon™ M340™, Premium™
or Quantum™ PLC configuration prepared in the SIS Pro costing and configuration
tool, for use when creating a project in Unity Pro. This import function spares the
user from having to redefine the PLC configuration when the PLC has already been
configured with the SIS Pro tool.
(1) XML language is an open, text-based language that provides structural and semantic
information.
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Application converters
Unity™ Pro integrated conversion tools can be used to convert PLC applications –
created with Concept™ and PL7™ programming software – to Unity Pro applications.
Concept/Unity Pro converter (Quantum PLC)
Performed with a Concept application V2.5 or later, the conversion is accomplished
by exporting the application to an ASCII file in Concept.
The export file is converted to a Unity Pro source file automatically, and this source
file is then analyzed by Unity Pro. At the end of the procedure, a conversion report is
generated and an output window displays any detected conversion errors and
provides direct access to the part of the program to be modified.
The Concept application converter then converts the application to Unity Pro. These
converted applications should be tested and corrected if necessary, to help ensure
optimum operation
PL7/Unity Pro converter (Premium PLC)
This conversion is performed with a PL7 application V4 or later (Premium PLC).
To perform the conversion, export the source file (the application or user function
blocks) in PL7.
The conversion procedure is similar to that of the Concept conversion described
above.
Note: Applications created with Concept, Modsoft™ and ProWORX™ can be converted to LL984.
Consult your Customer Care Center.
Operating system update utilities
The OS-Loader software is designed for updating operating systems on Premium™
and Quantum™ platforms. It is supplied with Unity Pro software.
It is used to upgrade Unity processors and modules as well as to upgrade PL7 or
Concept processors and modules to make them compatible with Unity Pro.
OS-Loader software supports:
bb Premium processors
bb Quantum processors
bb Ethernet communication modules
bb EtherNet/IP communication modules
The operating system updates are performed as follows:
bb Uni-Telway™ RS 485 terminal link for Premium processors
bb Modbus™ or Modbus Plus terminal link for Quantum processors
bb Ethernet TCP/IP network for integrated Ethernet port on Premium processors and
Premium and Quantum Ethernet modules
Note: For Modicon M340, this service is provided by Unity Loader.
Online modification of the Quantum configuration
This function, also called Change Configuration On The Fly (CCOTF), is used to modify
the Quantum configuration online (with application in RUN mode), which involves:
bb Addition or removal of discrete or analog I/O modules
bb Modification of configuration parameters of discrete or analog I/O modules
(already present or newly installed)
The CCOTF function is supported by standalone CPUs for three types of I/O
architecture (local, RIO, DIO) using version 5.0 or greater of Unity Pro, and for Hot
Standby CPUs using version 4.1 or greater of Unity Pro
Validation of the CCOTF function is done using the Unity Pro configuration screen.
A confirmation screen appears when the configuration has been modified online.
Configuration screen
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Programmable process control
Process control in machines
Unity™ Pro contains CONT_CTL, a library of 36 function blocks used to create
control loops for machine control.
Requirements for closed loop control functions in machines are adequately met by
Modicon™ M340™, Premium™ and Quantum™ platforms due to the wealth of functions
in the library and the flexibility of linking function blocks together through
programming. This solution helps to eliminate the need for external controllers and
simplifies the overall control architecture of the machine, as well as its design,
installation, commissioning and operation.
The EFs or EFBs can be used in Unity Pro languages (LD, ST, IL and FBD). FBD is
particularly suitable for accessing control processing operations in Unity Pro through
its wizard for entering and viewing parameters and function block variables.
CONT_CTL, programmable process control integrated in
Unity Pro
CONT_CTL library functions
The library consists of five function families:
bb Input data conditioning
bb Controllers
bb Mathematical functions
bb Process value processing
bb Output value processing
Input data conditioning
Pure delay time
DTIME
Integrator with limiting
INTEGRATOR
First order time lag
LAG_FILTER
Lead/lag function with smoothing
LDLG
Lead function with smoothing
LEAD
Mass flow calculation based on the measurement of differential
MFLOW
pressure or flow speed with pressure and temperature
compensation
QDTIME
SCALING
TOTALIZER
TT18_PV
TT18_SP
TC18_OUT
TC18_START
TC18_PREV
TC_PARA
PV
SP
RCPY
START
PREV
PARA
TR_I
TR_S
PV_O
SP_O
PARA_C
TRI
TRS
INFO
STATUS
VEL_LIM
Controllers
PIDFF
AUTOTUNE
TC18_PARA
TC18_OUT
1
TC2_OUT
OUTD
PV
SP
FF
RCPY
MAN_AUTO MA_O
PARA
INFO
TR_I
STATUT
TR_S
OUT
OUT
PI_B
PIDFF
TC2_OUT
AUTOTUNE
TC18_OUT
IMC
MS
TC2_OUT
TC18_OUT
IN
FORC
MA_FORC
MAN_AUTO OUTD
PARA
MA_O
TR_I
STATUT
TR_S
OUT
OUT
Example: PID controller with MS manual control
SAMPLETM
STEP2
STEP3
Dead time term
Scaling
Integrator (typically of flow) until a limit (typically a volume) is
reached, with automatic reset
Velocity limiter, with manipulated variable limiting
Basic PI controller: PI algorithm with a mixed structure
(series/parallel)
Complete PID controller: PID algorithm with a parallel or mixed
structure (series/parallel)
Automatic tuner setting for the PIDFF (complete PID) controller or
the PI_B (basic PI) controller
bb Identification using Ziegler Nichols type method
bb Modelling based on first order process
bb Building of control parameters with criterion for prioritizing
either the reaction time to disturbance (dynamic) or the stability
of the process
Model-based controller. The model is a first order model with
delay. This controller is useful:
bb When there are serious delays compared with the main time
constant of the process; this scenario cannot be satisfactorily
resolved by standard PID process control
bb For regulating a non-linear process
IMC can handle any stable and aperiodic process of any order
Control of controller startup and sampling
Simple two-position controller
Three-position controller for temperature regulation
Mathematical functions
COMP_DB
K_SQRT
MULDIV_W
SUM_W
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Comparison of two values, with dead zone and hysteresis
Square root, with weighting and threshold, useful for linearization
of flow measurements
Weighted multiplication/division of 3 numerical values
Weighted summing of 3 numerical values
Functions (continued)
Setup
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Unity™ Pro software
Small / Medium / Large / Extra Large / XLS
Programmable process control
Process value processing
AVGMV
AVGMV_K
DEAD_ZONE
LOOKUP_TABLE1
Moving average with mounted number of samples (50 max.)
Moving average with constant correction factor,
10,000 samples max.
Dead zone
Linearization of characteristic curves using first-order interpolation
SAH
HYST_XXX
INDLIM_XXX
Detection of a rising edge
Detection of high threshold with hysteresis (1)
Detection of high and low thresholds with hysteresis (1)
Output value processing
Programming in Unity Pro in offline mode
MS
MS_DB
PWM1
SERVO
SPLRG
Manual control of an output
Manual control of an output with dead zone
Control via pulse width modulation
Control for servo motors
Control of two split range actuators
Setpoint management
RAMP
RATIO
SP_SEL
Ramp generator, with separate ascending and descending ramps
Ratio controller
Selection of setpoint value: local (operator) or remote (processing)
Setting up process control function blocks
Based on the sequencing of function blocks, the FBD language integrated in
Unity Pro is a programming language particularly suitable for building control loops.
Designers can use FBD to easily associate blocks from the CONT_CTL library with
their own DFB blocks written in Unity™ Pro’s ST, IL or LD language, or in C language.
Debugging, operation
Unity Pro’s standard debugging services (see page 33) are available. In particular,
the Modicon™ M340™ processor simulator can be used to check correct execution of
processing offline.
Compatibility
The CONT_CTL control function block library is available in Unity Pro. It is
compatible with processors in the Modicon M340, Premium™, and Quantum™
processors.
Optional specialized libraries
Programming in online mode
The CONT_CTL control function block library can be supplemented with optional
specialized libraries, to meet specific needs such as predictive control, fuzzy logic
controller, HVAC and mass flow calculation.
Resources
The technical documentation provides many examples of how to set up
programmable process control function blocks in FBD, LD, IL and ST languages.
The techniques for adjusting process control loops are described in the document
“Process control, Unity V3.0” available online at www.schneider-electric.com
(1)XXX according to the type of variable: DINT, INT, UINT, UDINT, REAL
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Functions (continued)
Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
Unity™ Pro software
Small / Medium / Large / Extra Large / XLS
Communication drivers
Commonly used communication drivers for M340™, Premium™ and Quantum™
platforms are installed at the same time as the Unity™ Pro software.
Unity Pro includes the following drivers that can be installed as required (1):
Protocol - Hardware
Windows® XP
Professional
Windows Vista®
Business 32-bit edition
Windows 7
32-bit and 64-bit editions
Ethway™ - Ethernet
Fip - FPC10 ISA card
Fip - FPC20 PCMCIA card
Fip adaptor - CUSBFIP
ISAway™ - PCX57 ISA card
Modbus™ Serial - COM port
Uni-Telway™ - COM port
Uni-Telway - SCP114 PCMCIA card
USB for high end PLC
XIP - XWay on TCP/IP
Driver available
Driver not available
Unity™ Developer's Edition, advanced open access
Advanced open access, intended for experienced IT engineers, supports the
development of interfaces between Unity and expert tools, as well as specific
user-defined functions.
This type of development requires experience in the following IT areas:
bb C++ or Visual Basic languages
bb Client/server architectures
bb XML and COM/DCOM technologies
bb Database synchronization
As a supplement to the Unity Pro Extra Large software (2), the UDE (Unity
Developer’s Edition) development kit UNYUDEVFUCD21E enables the
development of customized solutions. In addition to the development kit, the Unity
servers and accompanying documentation are also provided.
Unity Developer's Edition is compatible with:
bb Unity Pro Extra Large
bb Modicon™ M340™ processors
bb Premium™ Unity processors
bb Quantum™ Unity processors
(1)Also available separately under reference TLXCDDRV20M.
(2)Only the Unity Pro Extra Large version enables dynamic database management for data to
be exchanged with the OFS data server or a third-party tool.
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Functions (continued)
Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
Unity™ Pro software
Small / Medium / Large / Extra Large / XLS
Upgrade kits for Concept™, PL7™ Pro and ProWORX™ software
The Concept, PL7 Pro and ProWORX upgrade kits allow users who already have
one of these programs from the installed base and who have a current subscription
to obtain Unity™ Pro version V4.1 software at a reduced price.
These upgrades are only available for licenses of the same type (e.g. from Concept
XL group license to Unity Pro Extra Large group license).
Composition and Windows® OS compatibility
Unity Pro multilingual software packages are compatible with Windows XP (32-bit),
Windows Vista (32-bit) and Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit) operating systems.
They include:
bb Documentation in electronic format in six languages (English, French, German,
Italian, Spanish and Chinese)
bb Converters for converting applications created with Concept and PL7 Pro
programming software
bb PLC simulator
Cables for connecting the processor to the programming PC must be ordered
separately.
Unity Pro update
Customers are notified automatically when a new Unity Pro update becomes
available.
They can then access the Software Updates Manager directly, download the update
and install it locally on their workstation.
Note: The latest firmware versions are available for download from our website
www.schneider-electric.com.
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Functions (continued)
Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
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Unity™ Pro software
XLS
Unity™ Pro XLS
Unity Pro
In addition to the functions of Unity Pro Extra Large, Unity Pro XLS provides
a set of specific verification and protection function blocks to facilitate the creation
and debugging of SIL 3 Quantum™ projects.
For a description of these specifications and their setup, as well as the functional
limitations provided for within the framework of SIL 3 certifiable safety projects
according to IEC 61508 – refer to the document entitled “Quantum Safety PLC,
Safety Reference Manual” 01/2010, No. 3303879.03 – approved by TÜV Rheinland
and available at www.schneider-electric.com.
The Unity Pro XLS programming tool is certified compliant with the requirements of
IEC 61508 for managing SIL 3 applications with SIL 3 Quantum 140CPU65160S/
67160S PLCs.
It offers the complete range of functions required to program an SIL 3 project:
bb In-depth diagnostics
bb Project protection
During project creation, it is the selection of the Quantum processor that determines
whether or not the project created will be a safety project.
Unity Pro XLS is capable of processing the Unity Pro application types. No other
programming tool is needed on the computer.
To program a safety project, Unity Pro XLS provides two IEC 61131-3
programming languages:
bb Function Block Diagram (FBD)
bb Ladder language (LD)
Safety program structure
A safety project is programmed entirely in a master task (MAST).
It is not possible to:
bb Program FAST, TIMER, INTERRUPT or AUX tasks
bb Use subroutines (SR sections)
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Functions (continued)
Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
Unity™ Pro software
XLS
Unity™ Pro XLS (continued)
Language elements
Unity Pro XLS provides a set of specific, certified functions and function blocks.
These are available in the “Unity Pro safety function block library”.
Available language elements include:
bb Elementary data types (EDTs): BOOL, EBOOL, BYTE, WORD, DWORD, INT,
UINT, DINT, UDINT and TIME
bb Simple tables used exclusively for Ethernet Global Data communication
bb Direct addressing, for example, writing to %MW memory via a coil in Ladder
language (LD)
bb Located variables
Floating point instructions:
With Unity Pro XLS version 4.1 or later, numerical floating point instructions can
be used.
Project verification options
Unity Pro XLS provides the following different options for the checks performed by
the language analyzer:
bb Unused variables
bb Variables written multiple times
bb Unassigned parameters
bb FB instances used multiple times
bb Address overlapping
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Functions (continued)
Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
Unity™ Pro software
XLS
Unity™ Pro XLS (continued)
Project protection options
Unity Pro XLS provides protective functions to help prevent unauthorized access to
safety projects, to the SIL 3 Quantum™ PLC and to Unity Pro XLS.
bb The application password, defined when the project was created,
is requested:
vv When the application file is opened
vv Upon connection to the SIL 3 Quantum PLC
bb The safety editor integrated in Unity Pro XLS is used to define the access rights
and the list of authorized functions for each user, in particular:
vv Creation and modification of the application password
vv Activation of maintenance mode
bb Adjustment of the auto-lock period
Functions and function blocks for SIL 3 Quantum applications
Unity Pro XLS provides a set of elementary functions (EFs) and elementary function
blocks (EFBs) certified for use in SIL 3 applications:
bb Standard functions certified for SIL 3 applications include:
vv Mathematical functions and functions for manipulating data from the
unrestricted memory area in the safety logic
vv Comparison functions
vv Logic functions, rotations, shift operations
vv Statistical functions
vv Timer and counter setup
vv Type conversions
bb Specific functions for safety architectures include:
vv High availability setup: choice of two inputs from a redundant discrete I/O
module or a redundant analog input module
vv Hot Standby PLC redundancy setup: to cause the two processors involved in a
hot standby configuration to change roles from primary to standby and standby
to primary respectively. The objective is to verify the capacity of each processor
to take over in case the other processor becomes inoperative. With Unity Pro
XLS, this function can very easily be programmed in the application by setting
up the S_HSBY_SWAP elementary function from the library.
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Functions (continued)
Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
Unity™ Pro software
XLS
Unity™ Pro XLS (continued)
Special features and procedures
Software tool self-test
Unity Pro XLS provides the option of running a self-test to verify that the software
components installed have not been corrupted, for example, due to a hard disk
failure. This self-test is based on a CRC calculation.
Unity Pro XLS checks the version and CRC of:
bb Its DLLs
bb The safety FFB library database
bb The hardware catalog database
Unity Pro XLS self-tests are performed on a user request, for example:
bb After installing or uninstalling any program on the computer
bb Before loading the final application program onto the SIL 3 Quantum PLC
bb Before modifying the application program executed on the SIL 3 Quantum PLC
Time-stamping binary files
With Unity Pro XLS, every binary file generated for a safety project features a version
management field that provides the date and time when it was generated. This
information is useful for verifying the project.
Downloading a project to Unity Pro XLS
It is possible to download a safety project from the PLC to Unity Pro XLS under the
following conditions:
bb This must have been defined as an option for the project.
bb The user must know the application password to establish a connection to the
SIL 3 Quantum PLC.
bb The SIL 3 Quantum PLC must be placed in maintenance mode to perform
the download.
Unrestricted memory
The unrestricted memory area contains bits and words that are not protected against
write operations from external equipment such as HMI terminals and PLCs.
bb It is located at the beginning of the memory.
bb Its size can be configured with Unity Pro XLS.
bb Values cannot be used directly in the unrestricted memory area and can only
be used in conjunction with specific function blocks S_MOVE_BIT and
S_MOVE_WORD.
Unity Pro XLS checks in both the application edit and generation phases that only
data from the unrestricted memory area is used at the input of the function blocks
S_MOVE_BIT and S_MOVE_WORD.
Also, Unity Pro XLS provides a useful list of cross-references, allowing easy
identification of the way variables are used, and verification of the application of
this rule.
Note: For safety applications, it is common practice to verify the correct transfer of data by writing
the data twice (to two different variables) and then comparing it.
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References
Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
Unity™ Pro software
Small / Medium / Large / Extra Large / XLS
References
Unity™ Pro Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large and XLS software packages
Unity Pro
These software packages are for programming and setting up Unity automation
platforms. The software is available in five versions:
bb Unity Pro Small (see page 46)
bb Unity Pro Medium (see page 47)
bb Unity Pro Large (see page 47)
bb Unity Pro Extra Large (see page 48)
bb Unity Pro XLS (see page 48)
Upgrade kits for Concept™, PL7™ Pro and ProWORX™ software
These upgrade kits allow users who already have these software programs from the
installed base and who have a current subscription to obtain Unity Pro version
V4.1 software at a reduced price. These upgrades are only available for licenses of
the same type (e.g. from Concept XL group license to Unity Pro Extra Large
group license).
See pages 47 and 48.
Composition and Windows OS compatibility
Unity Pro multilingual software packages are compatible with Windows® XP (32-bit),
Windows Vista (32-bit) and Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit) operating systems.
They include:
bb Unity Pro V5.0 DVD in six languages (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
and Chinese)
bb Unity Loader V2.2 CD
bb Ethernet/IP Configuration V1.1 CD (not included with Unity Pro Small)
bb Advantys V5.5 configuration software CD
bb DVD containing the documentation in electronic format in six languages (English,
French, German, Italian, Spanish and Chinese)
bb One-year services subscription
Unity Pro Small version 6.0 software
For Modicon M340
For distributed I/O: Modicon ETB, FTB, FTM, OTB, STB, Momentum
Unity Pro Small version 6.0 software packages (1)
Description
Unity Pro Small
software packages
Software upgrades from:
- Concept S
- PL7 Micro
- ProWORX NxT/32 Lite
License type
Reference
Weight
kg
Single (1 station)
UNYSPUSFUCD60
–
Group (3 stations)
UNYSPUSFGCD60
–
Team (10 stations)
UNYSPUSFTCD60
–
Single (1 station)
UNYSPUSZUCD60
–
Group (3 stations)
UNYSPUSZGCD60
–
Team (10 stations)
UNYSPUSZTCD60
–
License type extensions for Unity Pro Small version 6.0
From
Single (1 station)
Group (3 stations)
To
Reference
Group (3 stations)
Team (10 stations)
UNYSPUSZUGCD60
UNYSPUSZGTCD60
Weight
kg
–
–
(1) For compatibility of Unity software/automation platforms and distributed I/O, refer to the
selection guide on page 26.
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References (continued)
Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
Unity™ Pro software
Medium / Large
Unity™ Pro Medium version 6.0 software
For Modicon™ M340™
For Modicon Premium™: TSX570p to 2p
For distributed I/O: Modicon ETB, FTB, FTM, OTB, STB, Momentum™
Unity Pro
Unity Pro Medium version 6.0 software packages (1)
Description
Unity Pro Medium
software packages
Software upgrades from:
- Concept S, M
- PL7 Micro, Junior
- ProWORX NxT/32 Lite
License type
Reference
Weight
kg
Single (1 station)
UNYSPUMFUCD60
–
Group (3 stations)
UNYSPUMFGCD60
–
Team (10 stations)
UNYSPUMFTCD60
–
Single (1 station)
UNYSPUMZUCD60
–
Group (3 stations)
UNYSPUMZGCD60
–
Team (10 stations)
UNYSPUMZTCD60
–
License type extensions for Unity Pro Medium version 6.0
From
To
Reference
Weight
kg
Single (1 station)
Group (3 stations)
UNYSPUMZUGCD60
–
Group (3 stations)
Team (10 stations)
UNYSPUMZGTCD60
–
Upgrade to Unity Pro Medium from Unity Pro Small
Type of upgrade
The number of stations is unchanged
Reference
Weight
kg
Small to Medium Single (1 station)
UNYSPUMZSUCD60
–
Small to Medium Group (3 stations)
UNYSPUMZSGCD60
–
Small to Medium Team (10 stations)
UNYSPUMZSTCD60
–
Unity Pro Large version 6.0 software
For Modicon M340
For Modicon Premium: TSX570p to 4p
For Modicon Quantum: 140CPU31110/43412U/53414U
For distributed I/O: Modicon ETB, FTB, FTM, OTB, STB, Momentum
Unity Pro Large version 6.0 software packages (1)
Description
Unity Pro Large
software packages
Software upgrades from:
- Concept S, M
- PL7 Micro, Junior, Pro
- ProWORX NxT/32 Lite
License type
Reference
Weight
kg
Single (1 station)
UNYSPULFUCD60
–
Group (3 stations)
UNYSPULFGCD60
–
Team (10 stations)
UNYSPULFTCD60
–
Site (y 100 users)
UNYSPULFFCD60
–
Single (1 station)
UNYSPULZUCD60
–
Group (3 stations)
UNYSPULZGCD60
–
Team (10 stations)
UNYSPULZTCD60
–
Site (y 100 users)
UNYSPULZFCD60
–
License type extensions for Unity Pro Large version 6.0
From
To
Reference
Weight
kg
Single (1 station)
Group (3 stations)
UNYSPULZUGCD60
–
Group (3 stations)
Team (10 stations)
UNYSPULZGTCD60
–
Upgrade to Unity Pro Large from Unity Pro Medium
Type of upgrade
The number of stations is unchanged
Reference
Weight
kg
Medium to Large Single (1 station)
UNYSPULZMUCD60
–
Medium to Large Group (3 stations)
UNYSPULZMGCD60
–
Medium to Large Team (10 stations)
UNYSPULZMTCD60
–
(1) For compatibility of Unity software/automation platforms and distributed I/O, refer to the
selection guide on page 26.
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References (continued)
Modicon™ Quantum™ Ethernet I/O
automation platform
Unity™ Pro software
Extra Large / XLS
Unity™ Pro Extra Large version 6.0 software
For Modicon™ M340™
For Modicon Premium™: TSX570p to 6p
For Modicon Quantum™: 140CPU31110/43412U/53414U/65150/65160/65260/67160/67261
For distributed I/O: Modicon ETB, FTB, FTM, OTB, STB, Momentum™
Unity Pro
Unity Pro Extra Large version 6.0 software packages (1)
Description
Unity Pro Extra Large
software packages
Software upgrades from:
- Concept S, M, XL
- PL7 Micro, Junior, Pro
- ProWORX NxT Lite, Full
- ProWORX 32 Lite, Full
License type
Reference
Weight
kg
Single (1 station)
UNYSPUEFUCD60
–
Group (3 stations)
UNYSPUEFGCD60
–
Team (10 stations)
UNYSPUEFTCD60
–
Site (y 100 users)
UNYSPUEFFCD60
–
Single (1 station)
UNYSPUEZUCD60
–
Group (3 stations)
UNYSPUEZGCD60
–
Team (10 stations)
UNYSPUEZTCD60
–
Site (y 100 users)
UNYSPUEZFCD60
–
License type extensions for Unity Pro Extra Large
From
To
Reference
Weight
kg
Single (1 station)
Group (3 stations)
UNYSPUEZUGCD60
–
Group (3 stations)
Team (10 stations)
UNYSPUEZGTCD60
–
Upgrade to Unity Pro Extra Large from Unity Pro Large
Type of upgrade
The number of stations is unchanged
Reference
Weight
kg
Large to Extra Large Single (1 station)
UNYSPUEZLUCD60
–
Large to Extra Large Group (3 stations)
UNYSPUEZLGCD60
–
Large to Extra Large Team (10 stations)
UNYSPUEZLTCD60
–
Unity Pro XLS version 4.1 software
For Modicon M340
For Modicon Premium: TSX570p to 6p
For Modicon Quantum: 140CPU31110/43412U/53414U/65150/65160/65260/67160/
65160S/67160S
For distributed I/O: Modicon ETB, FTB, FTM, OTB, STB, Momentum
Unity Pro XLS version 4.1 software packages (1)
Description
Unity Pro XLS
software packages
Software upgrades from:
- Concept S, M, XL
- PL7 Micro, Junior, Pro
- ProWORX NxT Lite, Full
- ProWORX 32 Lite, Full
License type
Reference
Weight
kg
Single (1 station)
UNYSPUXFUCD41
–
Group (3 stations)
UNYSPUXFGCD41
–
Team (10 stations)
UNYSPUXFTCD41
–
Site (y 100 users)
UNYSPUXFFCD41
–
Single (1 station)
UNYSPUXZUCD41
–
Group (3 stations)
UNYSPUXZGCD41
–
Team (10 stations)
UNYSPUXZTCD41
–
Site (y 100 users)
UNYSPUXZFCD41
–
(1) For compatibility of Unity software/automation platforms and distributed I/O, refer to the
selection guide on page 26.
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automation platform
Unity™ Pro software
Small / Medium / Large / Extra Large / XLS
Unity™ Pro software
Description
License type
Reference
Single (1 station)
UNYUDEVFUCD21E
Weight
kg
Unity Developer’s Edition
Unity Pro
UDE Unity Developer’s Edition
For automating repetitive tasks or generating source code
automatically from third-party applications
Available for Unity Pro Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large
and XLS
–
Unity Pro documentation, separate parts
Documentation for Unity Pro version 6.0
Description
License type
Reference
Multilingual (English, French,
German, Italian, Spanish,
Chinese)
UNYUSE909CDM
From CPU
To PC port
Reference
USB mini B port
BMXP341000/20p0/20p02
USB port
Mini-DIN port
Premium TSX571p/2p/3p/4p
Hardware and software manuals (on DVD)
Platform setup for:
- Modicon™ M340™
- Premium™
- Quantum™
- Momentum™
Electromagnetic compatibility of networks and
fieldbuses
Software setup for:
- Unity Pro
- Function block libraries
Weight
kg
–
Separate parts
Description
PC connection cables
(PC to PLC)
BMX XCA USB H0pp
Weight
kg
1.8 m
BMXXCAUSBH018
0.065
4.5 m
BMXXCAUSBH045
0.110
RS 232D
2.5 m
(9-way SUB-D
connector)
TSXPCX1031
0.170
USB port
(USB/RS 485
converter)
TSXCUSB485
0.144
0.4 m
(2)
USB port
2.5 m
(mini-DIN/RJ45
cordset)
TSXCRJMD25
(2)
0.150
Modbus port,
15-way SUB-D Quantum
140CPU31110
140CPU43412A
140CPU53414A
RS 232D
3.7 m
(9-way SUB-D 15 m
connector)
990NAA26320
0.300
990NAA26350
0.180
USB port
Premium TSX575p/6p
Quantum 140CPU6p1
USB port
3.3 m
UNYXCAUSB033
–
Modbus RJ45 connector port
Quantum 140CPU6p1
RJ45
connector
1m
110XCA28201
–
3m
110XCA28202
–
6m
110XCA28203
–
PC connection cables
(PC SUB-D to
Modicon STB I/O)
HE13 connector Modicon STB RS 232D (3)
2 m
I/O network interface module (9-way SUB-D
(NIM)
connector)
STBXCA4002
0.210
USB/SUB-D adaptor
(PC USB to Modicon STB
I/O)
HE13 connector Modicon STB USB port (4)
I/O network interface module
(NIM) with STBXCA4002 cable
(4)
SR2CBL06
0.185
TSX PCX 1031
TSX CUSB 485
Length
–
(1) For compatibility of Unity software/automation platforms and distributed I/O, refer to the selection guide on page 26.
(2) The TSXCUSB485 converter requires use of the TSXCRJMD25 mini-DIN/RJ45 cordset.
(3) For connection on a USB port, use the SR2CBL06 cable (4).
(4) Adaptor equipped with a USB connector (PC end) and a 9-way SUB-D connector (STBXCA4002 cable end); requires the
STBXCA4002 cable (9-way SUB-D/HE 13) for connection to the HE13 connector on the Modicon STBNIM.
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Product reference index
Index
110XCA28201
49
UNYSPUMZGTCD60
47
110XCA28202
49
UNYSPUMZSGCD60
47
110XCA28203
49
UNYSPUMZSTCD60
47
140CPU65150
24
UNYSPUMZSUCD60
47
140CPU65160
24
UNYSPUMZTCD60
47
140CPU65260
24
UNYSPUMZUCD60
47
140CPU67160
25
UNYSPUMZUGCD60
47
140CPU67261
25
UNYSPUSFGCD60
46
140CRA31200
24
UNYSPUSFTCD60
46
140CRP31200
24
UNYSPUSFUCD60
46
140NOE77101
24
UNYSPUSZGCD60
46
140NOE77111
24
UNYSPUSZGTCD60
46
140XBE10000
25
UNYSPUSZTCD60
46
140XCA71703
25
UNYSPUSZUCD60
46
140XCA71706
25
UNYSPUSZUGCD60
46
140XCA71709
25
UNYSPUXFFCD41
48
490NOR00003
25
UNYSPUXFGCD41
48
490NOR00005
25
UNYSPUXFTCD41
48
490NOR00015
25
UNYSPUXFUCD41
48
990NAA26320
49
UNYSPUXZFCD41
48
990NAA26350
49
UNYSPUXZGCD41
48
BMXXCAUSBH018
49
UNYSPUXZTCD41
48
BMXXCAUSBH045
49
UNYSPUXZUCD41
48
SR2CBL06
49
UNYUDEVFUCD21E
49
STBXCA4002
49
UNYUSE909CDM
49
TCSECN3M3M1S4
24
UNYXCAUSB033
49
TCSECN3M3M1S4U
24
VDIF0626463505
25
TCSESM063F2CS1
24
VDIF0646463505
25
TCSESM063F2CU1
24
TCSESM083F23F1
24
TSXCRJMD25
49
TSXCUSB485
49
TSXPCX1031
49
UNYSPUEFFCD60
48
UNYSPUEFGCD60
48
UNYSPUEFTCD60
48
UNYSPUEFUCD60
48
UNYSPUEZFCD60
48
UNYSPUEZGCD60
48
UNYSPUEZGTCD60
48
UNYSPUEZLGCD60
48
UNYSPUEZLTCD60
48
UNYSPUEZLUCD60
48
UNYSPUEZTCD60
48
UNYSPUEZUCD60
48
UNYSPUEZUGCD60
48
UNYSPULFFCD60
47
UNYSPULFGCD60
47
UNYSPULFTCD60
47
UNYSPULFUCD60
47
UNYSPULZFCD60
47
UNYSPULZGCD60
47
UNYSPULZGTCD60
47
UNYSPULZMGCD60
47
UNYSPULZMTCD60
47
UNYSPULZMUCD60
47
UNYSPULZTCD60
47
UNYSPULZUCD60
47
UNYSPULZUGCD60
47
UNYSPUMFGCD60
47
UNYSPUMFTCD60
47
UNYSPUMFUCD60
47
UNYSPUMZGCD60
47
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